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Candice Cooper Sales Christmas - Couple at home with their two-year-old son tied up and beaten by armed robbers after opening door to give Halloween candy to trick-or-treatersThe robbers pistol-whipped the husband after he refused an order before the couple were then bound at the hands and feet with duct tapeThe home in Farmingdale, Long Island was ransacked on Friday nightThe couple's Candice Cooper Sales Christmas two-year-old son was at home but wasn't tied up or harmed  ByAssociated Press Published: 17:08 GMT, 3 November 2014 | Updated: 17:20 GMT, 3 November 2014 28 shares 3 View comments A married couple were tied up and the husband pistol-whipped during a robbery on Long Island on Halloween, police said today.The 34-year-old mother opened her door Candice Cooper Sales Christmas in Farmingdale, Long Island on Friday around 8.45pm expecting trick-or-treaters out for candy. Instead she was confronted by three masked robbers, two of them armed with guns, who barged inside the home. A mother of two-year-old boy opened her door to give candy to trick-or-treaters on Friday night on this street in Farmingdale, Long Island (pictured) only to Candice Cooper Sales Christmas have five armed men barge in and rob the home The robbers pistol-whipped the husband, 48, after he refused an order to sit down before the couple  were bound at the hands and feet with duct tape.The couple's two-year-old son was not tied up and was not harmed. Two additional subjects joined the group and all began to Candice Cooper Sales Christmas ransack the home. RELATED ARTICLES Previous 1 2 Next Girl, three, in critical condition 'after being shot in the... Fire captain arrested for attacking four boys with a golf... 'Jeremy Meeks has competition': Handsome man arrested in... Share this article Share Police said the woman freed herself and ran next door with her son where she called Candice Cooper Sales Christmas 911 while the robbers were still in the home.A total of five robbers fled the scene. The husband was treated for head lacerations at a local hospital.According to detectives at Nassau County Police Department, the value of items stolen from the house are undetermined at this time.The suspects were described as one black male, 5’8” 200lbs with a Candice Cooper Sales Christmas white mask and dark clothes; one black male, 5’9', 180 pounds with a werewolf mask, black clothes and armed with a handgun; another male, possibly white, 5'9', 200lb, with a gun and a third black male wearing a wool hat and mask. The fifth suspect is believed to be a black female; 5'8' with a thin build, afro Candice Cooper Sales Christmas hair and wearing goggles.  Police said anyone with information can call Crime Stoppers anonymously at 1-800-244-TIPS. .

The 2015 fantasy football picture became a bit clearer and more familiar after Week 2’s first batch of games. Owners saw some encouraging signs from expected top performers like Vikings running back Adrian Peterson, Giants receiver Odell Beckham Jr., and Bengals receiver A.J. Green. But others like Bills quarterback Tyrod Taylor and Titans running back Bishop Sankey experienced Candice Cooper Sales Christmas plenty of regression after their solid to excellent Week 1 production.So, just like most experts predicted, those top Week 1 scorers that owners prematurely thought would carry them to an early lead in their leagues can at best be called complementary or bye-week subs.Instead, owners should work the waiver-wire prior to Week 3 for some consistent Candice Cooper Sales Christmas contributors who are still available after posting a second-straight week of good to excellent production.With five games remaining in Week 2, other players will emerge as waiver-wire fodder, but for now here are five players to consider for a waiver-wire claim and several others to monitor. And of course add and drop at your Candice Cooper Sales Christmas own discretion.Darrius Heyward-Bey, WR, SteelersWill this production keep up after Martavius Bryant comes back from his suspension? Heyward-Bey’s become Pittsburgh’s No. 2 receiving threat, even surpassing Markus Wheaton, and he’s now topped five or more targets in two straight games. With his speed he’s a great complement to Antonio Brown, and is owned in only Candice Cooper Sales Christmas 1 percent of Yahoo and 0.4 percent of ESPN leagues.Karlos Williams, RB, Buffalo BillsLeSean McCoy played against New England and is still the Bills top back, but Williams has sucked away a touchdown in back-to-back weeks and is the clear-cut No. 2 or red zone back for Buffalo. He’s owned in 21 percent of Candice Cooper Sales Christmas both Yahoo and ESPN leagues, which will undoubtedly change in Week 3.Jeremy Langford, RB, Chicago BearsFacing a stacked Arizona D, the Bears split up carries between Matt Forte and the rookie Langford. The move served both as preservation of Forte as well as allowing him to work in the receiving game more, and Langford Candice Cooper Sales Christmas benefitted with Arizona worried about where Forte was lined up. At this point, if you find yourself in a very deep 12 or 14-team league, Langford’s a pickup and stash player who can provide some relief when byes start as a RB3 or FLEX2.Matt Jones, RB, Washington RedskinsJust like Langford, Jones excelled for 123 yards Candice Cooper Sales Christmas and two scores because of his Week 2 matchup. He and Alfred Morris shared carries to keep the tough Rams D on its toes, and it worked wonders with the rookie Jones actually more than doubling Morris' yards. Owners might hesitate to pick up Jones, especially with Morris the true No. 1 rusher, but over the next Candice Cooper Sales Christmas three games Washington faces the questionable Giants, Eagles, and Falcons defenses.Kyle Rudolph, TE, Minnesota VikingsOwned in 73 percent of Yahoo but only 36.4 percent of ESPN leagues, Rudolph posted his second straight week of good TE1 to TE2 production and has solidified his place as the Vikes No. 1 or 2 receiving option. Comparisons to Panthers Candice Cooper Sales Christmas TE Greg Olsen should follow Rudolph as the season progresses, especially if Minnesota's receiving corps continues to struggle. Rudolph accounted for seven targets in Week 2, and no other Vikings receiver garnered more than three.Others to monitor: David Johnson, RB, Cardinals; Carson Palmer, QB, Cardinals; Jacob Tamme, TE, Falcons; Travis Benjamin, WR, Browns; Larry Donnell, TE, Candice Cooper Sales Christmas Giants; Louis Murphy, WR, Buccaneers; Marvin Jones, WR, Bengals, Stevie Johnson, WR, Chargers .