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Road rampage: Police said motorist rams three cars in traffic in Melbourne
The road rage crashes happened along Wickham Road as the driver, Henry Nason, 39, drove north and struck cars near Post Road, Crossbow Way and the Pineda Causeway, according to his affidavit.
Police: Pink-haired man tried to rob Melbourne store with toilet tissue
MELBOURNE, Fla.- A man with pink dreadlocks who Melbourne police said attempted to rob a discount store with a torch lighter and a roll of toilet tissue, was arrested over the weekend, News 6 partnerFlorida Today reported.
Florida pharmacy robber arrested
The Osceola County Sheriff's Office says that deputies responded to a robbery at the CVS located at 3300 S. Orange Blossom Trail in Kissimmee on August 27th. The suspect was said to have entered the business, approached the counter, and snatched money from the register and the cashier's hand.
New information leads to arrest in 2014 murder of Orlando woman
COCOA BEACH, Fla.- Almost four years after 27-year-old Jessica Erausquin was found slain in a Cocoa Beach residential street, police said they have arrested a suspect with the help of new information.
Plane ticket with suspect's name found under Jessica Erausquin's body, warrant shows
Marylee Elisabeth Walker, 30, left, is charged will vehicular homicide. Cocoa Beach said she killed 27-year-old Jessica Erausquin, right, in 2014.
Interview with Sebastian doctor involved in fatal hit-and-run crash played at trial
Shelton, on trial on a charge of leaving the scene of an accident involving death, told FHP Cpl. Garrett Shuman in a recorded interview April 27, 2016, that when she arrived at her home on Drake Way, she noticed the damage to her vehicle.
Kamaree Lyons, Sebastian student-athlete who suddenly died, had 'abnormalities of the heart'
Buy PhotoA memorial is seen for Sebastian River High School student Kamaree Lyons in front of the school on Tuesday, Sept. 18, 2018, in Sebastian. Lyons, 17, collapsed after walking off the school’s basketball court Saturday night, and was taken by ambulance to Sebastian River Medical Center where h
Q&A: Owners of Tree of Life bakery in Palm Bay open second restaurant and bar in Melbourne
When Tuniesky Hurtado and his wife, Sayli Hernandez, opened their Cuban bakery in Palm Bay a couple of years ago, the couple named itTree of Lifeto reflect the growth they expected in their endeavor.
Melbourne Police Commander Marc Claycomb Graduates From FBI National Academy
BREVARD COUNTY, FLORIDA – Melbourne Police Commander Marc Claycomb was among 228 law enforcement officers that recently graduated from the 273rd Session of the FBI National Academy Program at Quantico, Virginia.
Squid Lips in Sebastian Passes Health Inspection - Sebastian Daily
SEBASTIAN, Florida – The timing of the health inspection at Squid Lips came at the worst time for the restaurant, a day before their annual employee appreciation day.
Victim's parents sue Sebastian doctor on trial in fatal hit-and-run
The parents of Nick Kenesky of Sebastian, who was struck and killed as he walked home after work on April 27, 2016, filed a wrongful death lawsuit against Dr. Angela Shelton of Sebastian, who told authorities she thought she had struck a road sign and did not exit her Buick Enclave SUV at the scene.
It's free: King Center, Symphony Orchestra host Cultural Arts Showcase Sunday in Melbourne
The King Center is having a full day of concerts and performances that will cost you and your gang a price of absolutely nothing, nada, zilch-o.
Air conditioning at several Melbourne schools goes out
"It started getting a little bit hot and she told us the A/C was not working," says fifth grader Malia Jimenez. She says that her classroom got so hot, she got a headache and went to the clinic. "When I left the classroom, it was 90 something degrees in there."
WATCH: Brevard County Sheriff’s Office Names Austin James Nasca ‘Fugitive of the Week’
BySpace Coast Daily// September 19, 2018call CRIMELINE at 800-423-TIPS (8477)ABOVE VIDEO:Brevard County Sheriff’s Office has named 21-year-old Austin James Nasca BCSO’s Fugitive of the Week in the latest installment of “Wheel of Fugitive.”BREVARD COUNTY, FLORIDA –Brevard County Sheriff’s Office has
The Boat House Pub Opening in Grant - Sebastian Daily
MICCO, Florida – The Boat House Pub, in Grant, will be opening today, September 19th, 2018 after 11:00 a.m.
AAA GAS BRIEF: Pump Prices Unaffected by Hurricane Florence, Melbourne Area Amongst Cheapest in the State
“Both the Colonial and Plantation pipelines – which are the primary suppliers of fuel to the lower Atlantic region – were reportedly unaffected by the storm and are running at full capacity,” said Mark Jenkins, spokesman, AAA – The Auto Club Group.
Palm Bay teen shot self; faces probation violation charge
Palm Bay detectives continue to investigate a shooting that left a 17-year-old with a leg wound late Monday.The shooting happened after 4 p.m. on Emerald Road. It was not immediately known how the teen got the weapon.“It was self-inflicted. He ended up being (arrested) because he was on juvenile pro
Severe thunderstorms expected for Brevard through afternoon
Buy Photo(Photo: Tim Shortt/Florida Today)National Weather Service forecasters are expecting severe weather to last in Brevard County through Wednesday afternoon.Intense lightning and heavy rain will make hazardous conditions outside throughout the entire county, according to meteorology reports.Bre
Police: Pink-haired suspect tried to rob Melbourne store with toilet tissue
Xavier Sean Kennedy, 21, described as homeless, was charged with attempted robbery with a deadly weapon and mask after Melbourne officers were called Friday to a Dollar General store to investigate reports of a disturbance. Kennedy was being held on a $15,000 bond at the Brevard County Jail Complex.
Repairs underway at 2 West Melbourne schools without A/C, working phone lines
With the lack of rain, temperatures will heat up Monday afternoon,with highs soaring well above average into the mid-90s."Feels like" temperatures will nearly reach triple digits.