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  • Winter Garden to hold special meeting after pledge confrontation

    Winter Garden to hold special meeting after pledge confrontation
    Winter Garden city commissioners will meet in special session Friday to discuss changing their opening ceremonies following a confrontation last week in which the mayor ousted a man for refusing to stand for the Pledge of Allegiance. City Manager Mike...
  • Father booked into S.C. jail for murder charges; 5 children identified

    A South Carolina father is suspected of killing his five small children about one week before they were reported missing. Timothy Ray Jones, 32, was arrested Saturday in Mississippi and has been booked into a jail in Lexington County, S.C., on suspicion...
  • Blotter: Man in fisherman's hat robs gas station in Oak Park

    Blotter: Man in fisherman's hat robs gas station in Oak Park
    The following items were gathered from Oak Park police reports: A man 30 to 35 years old and wearing a fishermen's white floppy hat robbed the Circle K Shell, 401 Madison St., at gunpoint of $175 at 9:45 p.m. Aug. 26. The man fled east on Madison. Two...
  • Renowned youth golf instructor admits to child molestations, murder solicitations

    PLEASANTON, Calif. A nationally renowned youth golf instructor on Thursday admitted to molesting underage students and then trying to hire a hit man to silence his victims after his arrest. Andrew Nisbet, 32, of Livermore, Calif., pleaded guilty in a...
  • Coral Springs man, 19, gets five years in sextortion case

    Coral Springs man, 19, gets five years in sextortion case
    A 19-year-old Coral Springs man thought he could use nude photos as blackmail for sex and cash from three teenage girls. Instead he got five years in prison. Ricardo Antonio Carrion received that sentence Thursday after pleading no contest to three...
  • York-Poquoson Sheriff's Office arrests for week of Sept. 1 to Sept. 7

    Albert W. Dobson, 42, was arrested at 900-block Old Williamsburg Road and charged Sept. 1 with assault and battery of a family member. Nicholas Renderos, 52, was arrested at 700-block Merrimac Trail and charged Sept. 1 with driving under the influence...
  • Report released on killing of Windermere officer

    Report released on killing of Windermere officer
    A nearby drugstore's surveillance cameras were recording when Windermere police Officer Robert German was gunned down during an encounter with two teenage runaways, according to newly released documents. However, despite the video, it remains unclear...
  • Witness testifies to seeing man accused of killing teen the day of her murder

    Witness testifies to seeing man accused of killing teen the day of her murder
    A Western Springs woman who saw a man clambering out of a wooded area on the day a suburban Chicago teen was fatally stabbed said she collapsed with grief days later when she identified the man in a police lineup. Shelagh Juracic told jurors Thursday...
  • Blotter: Thousands in change stolen in Naperville

    Blotter: Thousands in change stolen in Naperville
    The following items were taken from Naperville police reports: Two vehicles were egged in the 0-99 block of West Bailey Road between 9 p.m. Sept. 4 and 9 a.m. Sept. 5. A teenager's money was stolen in the 900 block of Fairway Drive on Sept. 1....
  • Teen accepts ride from cop, arrested

    Teen accepts ride from cop, arrested
    A local teen accepted a ride from a police officer and ended up charged with a felony, according to a recently released Orland Park police report. The 18-year-old man was walking home from a concert Aug. 6 when an officer spotted him near 82nd Avenue...
  • Why Lehigh County won't have a tax hike next year

    In a major departure from the rhetoric surrounding Lehigh County's financial outlook for 2015, Executive Tom Muller announced recently that taxes will not rise next year. An impending collision of rising expenses, stagnant revenue and dwindling...