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  • FloriDUH: Accused thong thief busted

    Valentine's Day is around the corner. And it looks as though one women is getting ready to celebrate. Jahaneil Jamelia Thompson, 19, selected nine pairs of thong panties valued at $74.50 from a Macy's in Jensen Beach and walked out of the store...
  • Cleaning woman accused of stealing $350,000 ring, deputies say

    It looks as though this cleaning service worker really took a client to the cleaners. Martin County Sheriff's deputies say Cody Mejias, 26, swiped a $350,000 diamond ring from a home she was hired to clean, reports TCPalm.com in Stuart. The Jensen...
  • Dorothy Lee 'Dot' Warfield, homemaker, dies

    Dorothy Lee "Dot" Warfield, a homemaker and longtime Annapolis resident, died July 28 of cancer at Martin Memorial Hospital in Stuart, Fla. She was 79. Dorothy Lee Davis, the daughter of a Baltimore & Ohio railroader and a waitress, was born in...
  • Dorothy Lee "Dot" Warfield, homemaker, dies

    Dorothy Lee "Dot" Warfield, a homemaker and former Annapolis resident, died July 28 of cancer at Martin Memorial Hospital in Stuart, Fla. She was 79. Dorothy Lee "Dot" Davis, the daughter of a Baltimore & Ohio railroader and a waitress, was born in...
  • Bluegrass Great Earl Scruggs Dead at 88

    Bluegrass Great Earl Scruggs Dead at 88
    Earl Scruggs, whose distinctive picking style and association with Lester Flatt cemented bluegrass music's place in popular culture, died Wednesday of natural causes at a Nashville hospital, his son Gary Scruggs said. He was 88. "I realize his popularity...
  • They won't forget Colby

    They won't forget Colby
    There isn't a day that goes by that Dave Perkins doesn't think about Matt Colby. Perkins sees him every day. In his living room, there's a photo of his former high school football player. Colby played for Perkins at Estancia and Costa Mesa. Perkins...
  • Fire Rescue lieutenant resigns after arrest on lewd exhibition charge

    Brad Shelt's $72,000 per year job as a as a Martin County Fire Rescue lieutenant just went up in flames. Now he's in hot trouble. Shelt, of Stuart, came under fire after allegedly performing a lewd act on himself via a webcam to an Orange County...
  • Man accused of trying to bribe cop -- on friend's behalf

    What a pal. Robert Grant, 47, tried to get his buddy out of a DUI charge by offering a Stuart cop $300 twice to let his friend go, reports TCPalm in Stuart. However, during his friend's arrest, cops found out Grant had a warrant for contempt of...
  • Thomson Reuters list of top 100 hospitals

    Thomson Reuters has released its top 100 U.S. hospitals based on overall performance. The hospitals were ranked on 10 key areas: mortality, medical complications, patient safety, average patient stay, expenses, profitability, patient satisfaction,...
  • Man reeled in for stealing salmon

    Ian Arthur Mulvanerton was apparently trolling for trouble when he was reportedly caught stealing six bags of frozen salmon — the other pink meat — from a Publix in Stuart, reports Will Greenlee in his Off the Beat blog for TCPalm.com in...
  • 'Prophet' destroyed psychic store, smashed glass, left blood-smeared message, cops say

    The devil made him do it! Michael Novatka allegedly told Stuart cops he was a 'prophet' sent by God "to get rid of the devil's evil doings," reports TCPalm in Stuart. Apparently psychic shops and cars fall into the 'evil doings' category for this...