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Tuesday,
August 19, 2014.
posted in Drunk Driving

2 Florida women taken into custody for DUI

Police in Pembroke Pines were recently contacted by a concerned grandmother who reportedly told them that her daughter and another woman were driving while impaired with a minor in the backseat. Both women were later detained at a beauty supply store after allegedly causing a disturbance. They reportedly failed sobriety tests administered by officers at...

Friday,
August 01, 2014.
posted in Drunk Driving

Man accused of DUI with minor in vehicle

Central Florida authorities say they took a 44-year-old man into custody for allegedly driving while drunk in Palm Coast after they were notified of a wrong-way driver. The man reportedly had his 7-year-old grandson in the vehicle. The man was subsequently charged with child neglect and DUI. According to a report from the Flagler County...

Wednesday,
July 16, 2014.
posted in Felonies

Felony grand theft charges for Florida State football player

Jesus Wilson, a football player at Florida State University, has been charged with grand theft of a motor vehicle following an incident on June 17. On that day, Wilson was stopped by police while driving a damaged scooter that he said he had borrowed from a fellow student. However, the scooter had previously been reported...

Monday,
July 07, 2014.
posted in Drunk Driving

Florida politician take plea deal, avoids DUI conviction

Authorities reported that a Florida lawmaker accused of DUI after an April traffic stop in Tallahassee recently faced a reduced charge in accordance with a plea agreement. Reportedly, the state representative pleaded no contest to reckless driving. The April 21 traffic stop occurred after the lawmaker left a Taco Bell restaurant and ran a red...

Tuesday,
June 17, 2014.
posted in Felonies

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 22, 2014.
posted in Misdemeanors

Another Florida Resident Charged After Twitter Statements

Recently, this blog highlighted a story where a Florida man was facing criminal charges after sharing pictures on Twitter. According to police, the man had shared child pornography by sharing images of underage girls on his account. The man says he did not know the girls were minors. Now, another Miami resident is in trouble...

Friday,
May 16, 2014.
posted in Felonies

Florida teenager facing felony charges for alleged cheating

Florida high school seniors can have their share of fun before entering the real world. But, fun and games can cross the line into criminal behavior, especially when fraud is involved. For those students, real-life criminal consequences can result. An 18-year-old high school senior in south Florida has recently been arrested after serious cheating allegations...

Monday,
April 28, 2014.
posted in Drunk Driving

Off-duty Florida police officer facing DUI charges

A Miami-Dade police officer has been charged with four DUI-related charges. According to reports, the 41-year-old man was off duty at the time but had hit a parked car outside of a grocery store before hitting a shopping cart containing two young girls. Specifically, the man is facing charges for DUI with property damage, two counts...

Wednesday,
April 09, 2014.
posted in Misdemeanors

Florida Man Faces Misdemeanor For Allegedly Fake Burglary

People typically think of things like simple assault, driving without a license or shoplifting when they think of misdemeanor charges. A much larger variety of behavior can result in misdemeanor charges. While these charges are not as serious as felonies, they are still criminal charges with punishments that include jail time. Recently, a Florida man...

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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