Top stories: Week of April 15-19

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FBI issues photos of 2 suspects in Boston bombing

The two men - dubbed Suspect 1 (in the dark hat) and Suspect 2 (in the white hat) - are considered armed and extremely dangerous, DesLauriers said, and people who see them should not approach them.

Bradenton woman accused of having sex with teens while others watched

Interviews with the teens later revealed that Shimandle engaged in several sex sessions with different teens, often with other teens watching.

North Port man dies in interstate rollover crash

The crash happened around 3:15pm in the northbound lanes of Interstate 75 near mile marker 216, which is near the Linger Lodge overpass, north of the University Parkway exit.

Driver flees car that crashed into house

Authorities tell ABC 7 that the driver fled on foot, and a passenger in the car suffered serious injuries and was transported to Manatee Memorial Hospital.

2 women arrested after road rage incident

According to the Manatee County Sheriff’s Office, Alanna Ferris was driving northbound on U.S. 41 in Sarasota County with her passenger, Chloe Costello, when an altercation began on U.S. 41 at the Myrtle Road intersection involving two women in their vehicle.

City leaders agree on new solicitation ordinance

The City of Sarasota has moved forward with putting in place a new solicitation ordinance. It replaces an existing ordinance that was repealed last year.

Port Charlotte pedestrian dies after hit and run

According to the Florida Highway Patrol, 23-year-old Kyle Wells of Port Charlotte was walking on the southbound shoulder of Vessels Road and began crossing the street. That's when he entered the path of a northbound car and was struck by it.

Lonely swan to get new partner

A mobile home community in Venice has come together to support the park's well known, yet lonely mascot.

UPS driver fed up with trucks that don't have A/C

Summer is around the corner, but already temperatures are beginning to rise. One group not happy about that is UPS drivers, since most of their trucks don't have A/C.

Sarasota man threatens officers during standoff at apartment complex

According to the Sarasota Police Department, emergency crews were called there to assist a man who was being treated by paramedics for medical issues.