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Sheriff’s investigators arrest mother’s boyfriend in death of 10-year-old Lancaster boy Anthony Avalos, the 10-year-old boy who died last week in Lancaster. (Family photo) Los Angeles County sheriff’s detectives have arrested a woman’s boyfriend in the death of her 10-year-old son, who was found unresponsive at their Lancaster home a week ago. Kareem Leiva, 32, was arrested on suspicion of murder after he “made statements” during an interview at the Lancaster station that led detectives to believe he was involved in the boy’s death, Sheriff Jim McDonnell told reporters at a Wednesday afternoon news conference. He did not elaborate. Leiva, who lived with the family on and off and had three children with the boy’s mother, Heather Barron, was being treated for a self-inflicted laceration to his upper chest. After he is medically cleared, he will be booked on a murder charge and held on $2-million bail, McDonnell said. Barron was interviewed but not arrested. Anthony Avalos died at a hospital the morning after he was found, and investigators classified the death as suspicious. In a statement Tuesday, the Department of Children and Family Services director, Bobby Cagle, said the boy was taken to a hospital and appeared to have been malnourished and severely beaten. But McDonnell disputed those initial reports, saying Wednesday that the extent of Anthony’s injuries had been “grossly overstated.” He said detectives did not find cigarette burns on Anthony’s body, as reported, but he did not elaborate on the injuries the boy had sustained. Sheriff Jim McDonnell announces an arrest in the death of Anthony Avalos.
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Secretary of State Mike Pompeo arrives at Brussels Airport in Zaventem, Belgium, July 10, 2018. Andrew Harnik/Pool via Reuters “We must cut off all funding the regime uses to fund terrorism & proxy wars,” Pompeo said in a Twitter post ahead of a scheduled meeting with the European Union’s foreign affairs and security policy representative, Federica Mogherini, in Brussels. In May, the United States pulled out of a multinational deal that lifted many sanctions against Iran in return for curbs to its nuclear program. Washington has since told countries they must halt all imports of Iranian oil from Nov. 4 or face U.S. financial measures, with no exemptions. Since President Donald Trump’s decision to withdraw from the agreement, European states have been scrambling to ensure Iran gets enough economic benefits to persuade it to maintain the nuclear curbs required in the deal. But so far it has proven difficult to offset the impact of U.S. sanctions, with European firms reluctant to risk far-reaching U.S. financial penalties to do business in Iran. Pompeo, who has been attending a NATO summit in Brussels flew in from Abu Dhabi, where he discussed Iran with leaders of the United Arab Emirates.