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  • Orange sheriff, MBI face lawsuit over mistaken identity

    Orange sheriff, MBI face lawsuit over mistaken identity
    Orange County Sheriff Jerry Demings and the Metropolitan Bureau of Investigation face a lawsuit in federal court over a case of mistaken identity in a neo-Nazi biker investigation, court records show.
  • Twin brothers busted for drunken fracas at The Knight's Pub, deputies say

    Twin brothers busted for drunken fracas at The Knight's Pub, deputies say
    Twin brothers led law-enforcement officers on a foot chase near the University of Central Florida campus early Sunday morning after the pair used fake IDs to get into a bar and stole a $350 sign, authorities say. Jonathan and Michael High, both 20,...

    Shooting in bowling alley parking lot leaves 1 dead, 2 injured, deputies say

    Shooting in bowling alley parking lot leaves 1 dead, 2 injured, deputies say
    The general manager of Boardwalk Bowl Entertainment Center in east Orange County said he didn't know why a group of people met in the building's parking lot on Sunday evening before an argument and a shooting ensued. In the gunfight, 24-year-old...

    Five things for Thursday, April 9, 2015

    Five things for Thursday, April 9, 2015
    Here are your stories for Thursday in Central Florida: Orlando set tourism record; special team trained for rescue on the Orlando Eye; Catholic schools in Central Florida have been growing; and new theater company Cultural Fusion. 1. Orlando welcomed 62...

    In-house tests speed up crime, DNA investigations

    In-house tests speed up crime, DNA investigations
    It used to take about 105 days for Orange County detectives to link a suspect to a violent crime through DNA found at the crime scene. That was about the time it took to collect dozens — if not hundreds — of pieces of evidence, deliver them ...