Man Missing From Florida Previously Charged With Felony
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Thursday,
May 21, 2015.
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Man Missing From Florida Previously Charged With Felony

A search remains ongoing for a Florida pilot who was a flight instructor from Palo Alto.  According to reports, the case is complicated and involves previously filed felony charges, a stolen plane and a missing person. The mother of the man in question recently spoke out to say that her son is a very good man, and...

Wednesday,
May 06, 2015.
posted in Felonies

Police Respond To Florida Burglary Call, Charge Man With Felony

A 25-year-old Florida man is said to have recently called police to report a possible burglary at his apartment. The incident ended with the man who made the call being arrested. He now faces multiple felony charges. The situation unfolded on a recent Tuesday at an apartment complex in Okaloosa County. Deputies reportedly arrived at the...

Thursday,
March 19, 2015.
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Deputy Facing Felony Charge After Texting Crime-scene Photos

During a police investigation, photos are taken of the entire crime scene. Although investigators are typically the ones who take these pictures, deputies may also take photos. However, these photos must be part of the investigation and cannot ever be used for personal reasons. A deputy in Florida is currently being accused of doing just...

Wednesday,
November 19, 2014.
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Man Detained For Alleged Connection To Robberies

A 26-year-old man in Florida has been arrested for his alleged involvement in two early November robberies. The reported crimes occurred at a GameStop location on Business Circle and a Circle K location on U.S. 41 East in East Naples. Investigators say that a man, believed to be homeless, walked into the GameStop location and...

Thursday,
September 25, 2014.
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How Long Are Felony Convictions In Florida?

Under Florida law, people convicted of a capital felony may be sentenced to death or life in prison without the possibility of parole. In some cases, if a judge determines a life sentence is not appropriate because the capital offense was committed before the defendant turned 18, the term of imprisonment may be reduced to...

Thursday,
August 14, 2014.
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2 women facing felony gambling charges after investigation

Two Florida women are facing felony charges in connection with allegations of owning and operating a gambling establishment. The charges are the result of an undercover investigation, which dates back to at least January, into the establishment that one of the women owns. The Florida Division of Alcoholic Beverages and Tobacco released a report detailing...

Wednesday,
July 23, 2014.
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3 men charged for possessions of illegal firearms, drugs seized

Three Florida residents reportedly appeared in court on July 18 after they were taken into police custody and were charged for being in possession of illegal firearms. Police claimed that they also seized various amounts of drugs during their investigation into the incident. The 49-year-old man was charged for being in possession of a firearm...

Tuesday,
June 17, 2014.
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Florida store owner faces charges after drug raid

On June 11, police detained the owner of a Hollywood convenience store that was allegedly a front for criminal activity. The owner, a 36-year-old man, faces several charges, including petty larceny, drug possession and EBT card fraud, authorities reported. Police claim that the store served as a marketplace for illicit drugs, especially synthetic marijuana. According...

Thursday,
May 01, 2014.
posted in Sex Crimes

Miami Man’s Twitter Account Used As Evidence Of Sex Crimes

Floridians are living in a digital age. Much of people’s lives are in some way related to the internet including on social media sites. While many people likely believe that social media — including Facebook and Twitter — are harmless, Florida residents should know that law enforcement officials closely monitor content on these sites to...

Friday,
April 04, 2014.
posted in Felonies

Those charged in Florida shoplifting ring may face felony charges

Most Florida residents understand that crimes are divided into two main categories — misdemeanors and felonies. Felonies are those crimes with harsher penalties. A felony charge has the potential to affect a person’s life immediately. People can be immediately placed under arrest, face jail time, fines, probation and other consequences. Shoplifting may qualify as either a misdemeanor...

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