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Orange County Sheriff's Office

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Top Orange County Sheriff's Office Articles

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  • Elderly man to robber: 'You aren't going to get my wallet'

     Elderly man to robber: 'You aren't going to get my wallet'
    If the would-be robber thought 79-year-old Marvin Lail was an easy victim, he was quickly proven wrong. Lail told deputies he had just started pumping gas at the 7-Eleven on Lee Road around 7 a.m. Saturday when he was approached by a man with a scarf...
  • Gerald Miner: Ex-Marine was a man for all seasons

    Gerald Miner: Ex-Marine was a man for all seasons
    Gerald "G.W." Miner was a Renaissance man, his family said, who served his country as a Marine and his community as a police officer, earned a college degree while working full time and loved jazz and good jokes. He could also fix a computer, make...
  • Friends of transgender woman who was found dead gather in Santa Ana

    Friends of transgender woman who was found dead gather in Santa Ana
    On Friday evening, Macrina Reyes addressed a crowd of 120 people in Santa Ana, referring to them as her daughter’s family. They had gathered to honor Zoraida “Ale” Reyes, a 28-year-old transgender woman whose body was found in a...
  • Orlando man arrested in case of missing Georgia girl

    Orlando man arrested in case of missing Georgia girl
    Authorities arrested a 36-year-old man Tuesday who they linked to a missing Georgia girl. Robert Louis Coggins, of Orlando, is being held at Orange County Jail. He is charged with interstate interference with custody and enticing a minor for indecent...
  • WNBA player gains strength after losing mom to cancer, dad to prison

    WNBA player gains strength after losing mom to cancer, dad to prison
    The amount of peanut butter must be perfectly equal to jelly when Krystal Thomas makes a sandwich. "I have to make it the same way my mom did," said the 6-foot-5 center for the WNBA's Phoenix Mercury. "I eat oatmeal every single morning because she used...
  • UCF area is No. 1 for growing underage-DUI problem, cops say

    UCF area is No. 1 for growing underage-DUI problem, cops say
    They're not old enough to legally buy $1 vodka shots, but young adults walk out of bars near the University of Central Florida every night and get behind the wheel. Officers who patrol the area say they're seeing an alarming spike in the number of...
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  • Blackstone chief blames Brancheau for own death, contradicting Seaworld

    Blackstone chief blames Brancheau for own death, contradicting Seaworld
    The top executive at SeaWorld Entertainment Inc.'s largest shareholder suggested that former SeaWorld Orlando trainer Dawn Brancheau should be blamed for her own death, claiming that the veteran animal trainer broke multiple safety rules before she was...
  • Guns n' Hoses hockey game is for charity, along with bragging rights

    Guns n' Hoses hockey game is for charity, along with bragging rights
    Three-and-a-half hours before the Orlando Solar Bears play Saturday night, a hockey game will break out at Amway Center. The players' names won't be found in any statistics released by the ECHL, but they are professionals and take risks far greater than...
  • Local cops send mixed messages on 'perp walks'

    Local cops send mixed messages on 'perp walks'
    It's a familiar sight if you follow the news in Central Florida: Someone accused of a crime is led in handcuffs through a gantlet of reporters and cameras into a patrol vehicle waiting to drive the suspect to the county jail. Defense lawyers say these...