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Riding lawnmower with trailer goes missing from Summerfield property | Villages-News.com
The 69-year-old man told the deputy that the open, black-framed trailer and orange riding lawnmower were stolen sometime in the past week from the property he purchased recently in the 10500 block of SE 146th Lane, a sheriff’s office report states.
Head-on collision snarls traffic in Inverness
A head-on collision partially blocked westbound traffic on State Road 44 through Inverness on Monday afternoon. Around 4 p.m., a gray Nissan Maxima and a blue Chevrolet Silverado collided east of the intersection of S.R. 44 and Seminole Avenue. No serious injuries were reported in the accident, but
Woman sets underwear rack on fire at Macy's in Ocala, police say
“The safety of our shoppers, retailers and employees is our top priority. We are working closely with the Ocala Police Department as they investigate this incident further,” said the mall’s website.
Missing Massachusetts boy found safe two years later in Orange County
The Orange County Sheriff's Office says that there Missing Persons Unit was contacted by the Webster Massachusetts Police Department regarding a 2016 abduction that occurred within their jurisdiction. The biological mother, Christina Hale, abducted her then 3-year-old son, Matthew Hale.
Pasco man allegedly takes deputy's Taser during struggle, stuns him before trying to steal gun
PASCO COUNTY, Fla. — A Pasco man took a Taser from a deputy during a violent struggle, then tried to steal his firearm as well before being subdued by another deputy, authorities say.
Commission to consider taking code violators to court
Two weeks after ending a county commission meeting early to prepare for Hurricane Michael, commissioners now have to pay the piper.Tuesday’s commission agenda is long and loaded with topics, including code enforcement, zoning cases and, of course, sludge.The board meets at 1 p.m. Tuesday at the cour
Mother charged with murder for leaving baby in hot car was in trouble before for leaving kids in car
An incident report from June 23, 2018, says deputies were called after two children were left in a car outside of a gas station in Spring Hill.
Dispute over money leads to assault, drug-dealing charges for Homosassa woman
An argument over money between an alleged drug dealer and her borrower caught the attention of police and led to the Sunday arrest of a Homosassa woman for selling methamphetamine and pills.While responding Sunday afternoon to a report that a man struck a vehicle with a baseball bat, Citrus County S
TENAJ Salon Institute van rear-ends Villager’s vehicle on Rolling Acres Road | Villages-News.com
Taylor Blake Lansford, 21, of Ocala, was driving the mobile cosmetics van at 10:40 a.m. on Rolling Acres Road just south of Oak Street when the van collided with the rear end of a 2008 Hyundai four-door car driven by 63-year-old Steven Alan Greenberg of The Villages, according to an accident report
Ocala Cheddar's Scratch Kitchen opening Nov. 6
Cheddar’s Scratch Kitchenguests enjoy "made-from-scratch meals at affordable prices," the Orlando-based company says. The Ocala location, at 4065 SW College Road, will be open Monday through Sunday for lunch and dinner.
After car crash and fire, Beverly Hills neighbors keeping each other afloat
Buy NowKimberly Flood sits with her son Bailey Jackson, 8, in a Beverly Hills home where she and her family are temporarily living. Her residence was recently ravaged by a fire and through the Street Life Family Outreach she, her husband and children are being assisted with basic necessities. Bailey
Deputies taking second look at bar beating case in Pinellas County
Acevedo said he was at The Chic-A-Boom Room in Dunedin on October 7 with his fiance and a friend of hers when the suspect, who we aren't identifying, hit him in the face.
Health inspector shuts down Belleview eatery over multiple violations | Villages-News.com
During an Oct. 5 visit to Cal’s Place, located at 11007 SE 66th Terr., an inspector found live roaches in several places throughout the kitchen and food prep area. Issues were documented regarding cold food – pasta with beef, meatloaf, tuna salad and rice – being stored at higher than 41 degrees. An
Students accused of handing out cookies made of human ash to classmates
"Because of the fact that this is so unconventional, it would take more research," said Doroshov.
Spring Hill Man Killed In Early Morning Home Invasion | 970 WFLA
No arrests have been made after deputies searched the area for possible suspects, however, they say there is no immediate threat to the neighborhood.
Man arrested on DUI, manslaughter charges in connection to triple-fatal crash near Gates
David Balfour Trimble, 31, is being held without bail at Marion County Jail on three counts of first-degree manslaughter, second-degree assault, DUI and reckless driving.
Hernando festival to raise funds for historic school renovation
“The Old Hernando Elementary School currently houses a community center and the Hernando Heritage Council continues to restore the historic school, which will one day include a museum in addition to the community center,” said Kathy Turner Thompson, manager of the Citrus County Historical Resources
Wildwood woman nabbed at Dollar General store with backpack full of items | Villages-News.com
The manager told the deputy that Patricia Paige Dunn, 51, walked into the store, located at 16630 S U.S. 301 in Summerfield, shortly after 8 a.m. and “loaded approximately 15 items” valued at $30.15 into her backpack. Dunn then walked past the cash registers and left the store, a sheriff’s office re
Hernando deputies: Mom charged with murder after hot-car death said she had left kids in car before
Cami Lee Moyer, 38, faces murder and child neglect charges. She was arrested Oct. 9, nearly two months after her son, Keyton O'Callaghan, was found by his father in the backseat of a hot car outside Moyer's Elgin Boulevard home. She has been in the Hernando County jail since Oct. 1, when she was boo
Wildlife park offers two nights of haunts
Pepper Creek Trail will transform at dusk into a trail of haunting scenarios created by local groups and businesses. Scheduled for the evenings of Friday, Oct. 26 and Saturday, Oct. 27, the event will begin at 6 p.m. each evening and run until 10 p.m.