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Ormond Beach resident's pet tortoise stolen from yard | Ormond Beach Observer | Ormond Beach Observer
An Ormond Beach resident's five-year-old tortoise was stolen on Sunday afternoon from her residence by people in a white SUV, and her owner is asking help from the community to help find her.Melanie Cranford's African Sulcata tortoise, named Picabo, broke free from her pen and was by the street when
Woman wanted for stealing pot that washed up on Florida beach
Anyone with information about who the woman is should call deputies at 386-313-4911, email a tip to firstname.lastname@example.org, or call Crime Stoppers of Northeast Florida at 888-277-TIPS (8477).
Road Closures Will Affect Daytona Beach I-95 Access
Daytona Beach, FL- Beginning tonight, motorists will not be able to access westbound I-4 from I-95
11 drug traffickers arrested in 'Last of the Mojicas' bust, Orange County deputies say
ORANGE COUNTY, Fla.-Eleven drug traffickers were arrested in Orange County, the Sheriff’s Office said Monday.
Recognize this woman? Florida deputies think she took marijuana that washed ashore
On Thursday, even more narcotics were found. While earlier in the week beachgoers immediately reported the findings, in this instance witnesses fought over whether to turn in the drugs or keep some of the stash, according to Staly. Deputies said Thursday a 61-year-old man was arrested on a marijuana
Sinkhole opens in DeLand on Stetson University property
DELAND, Fla.- Crews in DeLand are monitoring a sinkhole, that opened up on Stetson University property sometime over the weekend.
Escaped Pit Bull Attacks and Kills Chihuahua on Palm Coast's Fortune Lane | FlaglerLive
Pit bull advocates and some experts say the dogs ‘are not inherently aggressive, but in many cases suffer at the hands of irresponsible owners drawn to the dog’s macho image who encourage aggression for fighting and protection,’ according to WebMD’s site devoted to pets.’ The the ASPCA web site desc
Coyotes may be to blame for missing pets in New Smyrna Beach
“I knew immediately that it was a coyote and not a dog. I just knew it,” said Tonja Heer, who says she saw the wild animal at around 8:45 a.m.
'Shelter in Place' notification issued for Rollins College after Winter Park shooting
Rollins Alert: A shelter in place notification is in effect. Go into nearest room and lock the door. Await further information.For further information, contact@WinterParkPD.— Rollins College (@rollinscollege)September 17, 2018
Citizens rising up against the Florida Legislature, Gov. Rick Scott, and private property zealots | Florida Phoenix
There’s a citizen uprising happening in the Panhandle’s Walton County. So far, about 8,000 people have signed sworn affidavits asserting that they use the beaches there. Probably not a single one of them thought they’d have to sign a legal document to prove they go to the beach –in their beach town.
Ormond Beach-based horse rescue dedicated to saving community's horses | Ormond Beach Observer | Ormond Beach Observer
At 12 years old, he was starved, underweight by at least 600 pounds and with soft and cracked hooves. The Raymonds didn't think he would make it, but after months of rehab and care, Glenn would prove them wrong. Now, he's put on a healthy weight and spends his days grazing with the Raymonds' other h
New Smyrna Beach man survives Wyoming bear attack that killed guide
Chubon and the guide, whothe Associated Press reportswas 37-year-old Mark Uptain, went to the woods in Jackson, Wyoming, to retrieve an elk that they had killed the day before. Chubon's father, who was on the trip but did not go with the two to get the animal, said he was told the two men were pulli
Driver in Palm Coast hit-and-run crash arrested | Palm Coast | Palm Coast Observer
A man well known to law enforcement was arrested on Saturday, Sept. 15, after fleeing from the scene of a crash in Palm Coast, according to a news release from the Flagler County Sheriff's Office.
Man shot in Daytona Beach during argument about tattoo, deputies say
DAYTONA BEACH, Fla.- An argument between two men over a tattoo in Daytona Beach ended in a shooting late Friday, the Volusia County Sheriff’s Office said.
Letter writer says stifled growth has ruined Ormond's beachside | Ormond Beach Observer | Ormond Beach Observer
Let's set the record straight and deal with the reality of growth. I'm sure all of those wanting to lynch developers and tar-and-feather our commissioners really believe your cause is righteous. Unfortunately, you’re using the Jeff Boyle playbook. You may deny it, but everything you say and do was s
Florence evacuees take refuge in Daytona Beach
DAYTONA BEACH, Fla. (WOFL FOX 35)- With Florence battering the Carolinas, lots of people have been coming down to Central Florida to get out of the rain.
Chainsaw thief crashes car while fleeing, hides behind shower curtain, deputies say
PALM COAST, Fla.- A man has been arrested after he stole over $1,000 worth of products from a Home Depot in Palm Coast, crashed his car and fled, officials from the Flagler County Sheriff's Office said.
VCSO: Man Shot & Injured After Argument About A Tattoo
The victim, a 24-year-old male from Palm Coast, was found and immediately transported to Halifax Health Medical Center. Per the report, he was treated for injuries that were considered life threatening.
Man accused of trying to take marijauna that washed onto the beach | Palm Coast | Palm Coast Observer
The woman said she saw Robert Kelley, 61, along with other people, trying to open the bundles and take packages of marijuana.
Recognize this woman? Deputies think she might have taken marijuana that washed ashore
On Thursday, even more narcotics were found. While earlier in the week beachgoers immediately reported the findings, in this instance witnesses fought over whether to turn in the drugs or keep some of the stash, according to Staly.