Fox News Flash top headlines for May 17 are here. Check out what's clicking on Foxnews. A Woody Harrelson lookalike was arrested for theft after New York City police ran a picture of the Hollywood actor through a facial recognition program in an attempt to identify the suspect, a recent report revealed. On April 28, , an unidentified man was caught on cameras allegedly stealing a beer at around a. The image of the suspect, taken from the surveillance footage, was extremely pixelated and turned up no results when investigators with the Facial Identification Section ran it through their systems. The result ended in a match.
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Grand Prairie police arrested year-old Dalia Jimenez and charged her with felony injury to a child. Greg Parker. Detectives would not reveal where it happened, only saying the investigation started on May 13 when someone at an apartment complex who was worried about the girl called them. On Monday, officers responded to a report about her 5-year-old stepdaughter needing medical treatment for facial burns. Originally, Jimenez told the officers the little girl was injured when she got too close to a candle two days earlier. But, police said there were inconsistences in her story. Parker said.
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Fox News Flash top headlines for August 14 are here. Check out what's clicking on FoxNews. Amazon can tell when you're afraid. In a Monday blog post, the tech giant led by CEO Jeff Bezos announced that its facial Rekognition software has added a new emotion that it can detect -- fear -- in addition to happy, sad, angry, suprised, disgusted, calm and confused.