Man in custody accused of stealing car kidnapping 20dayold boy
UP TONIGHT. BUT IT WAS NOT BEFORE POLICE SAY HE STOLE MULTIPLE CARS . INCLUDING ONE WITH A BABY INSIDE IT DOWN IN FLORENCE. BEFORE DITCHING IT IN FORT MITCHELL. JOHNATHAN SESTER WAS ARRESTED IN NORWOOD TODAY ALLEGEDLY.
INSIDE ANOTHER STOLEN CAR . WLWT NEWS FIVE’S TAMMY MUTASA HAS THE NEW DETAILS. JONATHAN SESTER IS LOCKED UP IN THE JUSTICE CENTERCHARGED WITH UNLAWFUL TAKING OF A CAR AND KIDNAPPING A MINOR. ACCORDING TO COURT DOCUMENTSHE’S NO STRANGER.
TO DRIVING STOLEN CARS. (SOT JENNY FORD FOUND STOLEN BABY) (quot;I am more than elated I am just so excited that they have been caught.quot;) JONATHAN SESTER WAS ON THE RUN UNTIL OFFICERS SAY THEY SPOTTED HIM DRIVING ANOTHER STOLEN CAR.
IT’S DIFFERENT FROM THE CAR HE’S ACCUSED OF STEALING WITH BABY HENRY FLORES IN THE BACKSEAT ON THURSDAY. (SOT JENNY FORD FOUND STOLEN BABY) (quot;If It happened to my nieces or nephews anything, I could not imagine.quot;).
IN THIS SURVEILLANCE VIDEO YOU SEE THE BABY’S MOM AND ANOTHER CHILD HAD WALKED INTO THE SPEEDWAY STATION ON ROUTE 41 IN FLORENCELEAVING THE 20DAYOLD IN THE CAR. IN AN INSTANT. POLICE SAY SESTER JUMPED IN AND TOOK OFF. LATER ON SESTER.
DITCHED THE CAR AT A MARATHON GAS STATION. WHILE DRIVING IN SEPARATE CARS JENNY FORD AND MEGAN LEWIN RECOGNIZED THE BLUE PASSAT FROM THE NEWS AND AMBER ALERTS. BUT SESTER WAS GONE. (SOT JENNY FORD FOUND STOLEN BABY) (quot;I was aware but I didn’t.
Know that three hours later I was going to see the car and find the baby inside and Megan and I were completely excited. Of course Megan and I were complete strangers and pulled into the parking lot at the same time we hugged and cried.quot;).
The Day My Life Changed The Story of a Traumatic Brain Injury by Eileen Stefan
Hi everyone. My name is Eileen Stefan. As you all know this is the day my life changed forever. The story of a brain injury survivor and yes I have a traumatic brain injury but I survived. Before my injury I grew up in Dorchester Mass. I went to high school in Hull Massachusetts. I grew up in a single parent home, the youngest of six children. Before my injury I was educated in Hull High. I graduated in 1980. I belonged to a class in high school DECA it was for Distributive Education Clubs of America. Like a business class. I, in turn, got my job at Marshalls while I was in this class. I started out as a cashier in a grocery store and then I proceeded on to Marshalls where I worked during the.
Day then I worked at night as a waitress at the AkuAku in Worcester, which is no longer there. I believe it’s a ninetynine now. Before my injury I was married in 1987. I have two children, Hayley and Corey. Hayley came in 1988. Corey came in 1991. I was divorced in 1994. Sorry to all you men. My mom passed in 1990. This is my daughter and my great niece and these are my two silly children, Hayley and Corey. This is my great nephew. The first great niece and nephew. This is my silly children again. Kind of making me laugh. The day my life changed unexpectedly was March 18, 2002. The day after Saint Patrick’s Day, which I also had four leaf clovers stenciled on my finger nails that the s at the.
wanted my sisters to remove but they said quot; no it brought her luck. You can’t remove that. It’ll save her.quot; My typical day was just getting up, getting ready for work, and dropping my kids off at the school bus, and this day of my lovely accident it was a freak snow storm. It started out as rain then it turned into ice and I had to work because I was the assistant manager of Marshalls and I was opening the store that morning. And as I drove down route twenty, I worked at the Sturbridge Marshalls for you that are familiar with that area, I drove down route twenty and I went to take a left and it was all black ice and a truck was coming down and he couldn’t stop and I couldn’t stop.
So he hit me on the drivers side and I went up to the windshield and went straight across and as I was going up there I hit the wheel, the thing on the drivers, the directional, and broke like four ribs. One which tore my heart and one passed my lung. That’s why when I talk I sound like a little . No I’ve got to stop and suck in oxygen when I talk because if I don’t I’m done. My guardian angel I believe was my mom. I saw her in the passenger seat when I went to turn and she said turn the car around and go home. Your kids need you. I’m like but Ma I’ve got to open the store. They need me there. I don’t care your kids need you turn the car around and go home. And then boom I got hit so I think she knew.
She is my guardian angel. She saved my life. I lost so much that day. I was so confused, unsure of where I was going, unclear, very perplexed, disorientated, bewildered. I was just totally a basket case. But I also, my ability to be a mother went out the window. My exhusband took custody of my children which really tore my heart. I was like why I’m alive. I want to be the mother. I just lost total sense of myself. My selfesteem was a big fat zero. Which now I am getting back. I couldn’t work. I couldn’t be a friend to somebody. I didn’t realize that even if I have a brain injury I’m still a friend. That I just feel like I’m still human. Look at me up here. Putting the pieces back together.
Have been tough. My recovery period is like a puzzle. I’m still working on the pieces. I have gone through physical therapy, occupational therapy, speech therapy, cause at the beginning I was talking out of my nose, which sometimes you’ll hear. But that’s not holding my nose. Counseling I still receive. Thank goodness because that has helped me tremendously. The poor staff at the house, I’m constantly yapping their ear off. quot;Do I look alright? Are you sure? Do I have anything in my teeth?quot; But they are wonderful. I don’t know honestly what your training is for Seven Hills but they are very very calm and cooperative. They are just tremendous. You guys have done a great job. Collecting memories. My, lets see,.
I have a lot of old memories of what my life was like and I hope to goodness I can go back but you know what I don’t care. I feel like I’m a different person. I grew into a new person. I was reborn. I really believe that having my brain injury God made me into a new person. And I want to be an advocate for other victims of brain injury. I want to go around and talk to schools, which I’ve done at the Pharmaceutical School in Worcester. I just want to touch one life and then I know my accident was worth it. That I’ve gone through it for a reason. If I can touch anyone out here please let me touch you and wear your seatbelt. It saved my life. I did go to Braintree HealthSouth. That was my first rehab. They.