The Jacksonville Beach Police Department is searching for a person believed to be involved in a car theft last week. On July 12, an unknown subject stole a 1999 Lincoln Continental with Florida license plate number CCY Q04 from a parking garage at Bluewater Apartments on Beach Boulevard, according to the Jacksonville Beach Police Department.
They are injuries that caused a gash and a hole on the cheek of Miesha Dux's 14-year-old daughter. A trip to downtown St. Augustine on July 8 ended with a trip to the emergency room. "Her entire face had blood and burns and everything kind of everywhere," Dux explained to First Coast News.
The Lake City Police Department is searching for potential victims of a scammer who used a 'spoof' phone number to extort a resident. The scammer contacted the victim using the app Text Now, where the user can create a fake phone number, according to the Lake City Police Department.
First responders run in honor of JFRD captain Thomas Barber After 21 years of serving with JFRD, Barber died last month from a medical emergency. WTLV-TV Jacksonville Patrons share memories, say goodbye to landmark Jacksonville restaurant after 27 years After 27 years, the restaurant at 835 Museum Circle near the Museum of Science and History, is being shuttered, torn down and replaced by a project.
The Jacksonville Sheriff’s Office says Martin Anthony De Clementi has been found safe. ***UPDATE*** We are pleased to announce that Martin De Clementi has been located safe. Thank you to all who assisted in this search and disseminating the information to our community.
The Clay County Sheriff's Office is searching for a missing 14-year-old girl believed to be in danger. Kaydence Jolly ran away from home on Chasing Falls Road in the Oakleaf neighborhood. She was last seen Saturday about 11:19, according to the Clay County Sheriff's Office.
The Jacksonville Sheriff's Office is investigating a shooting Saturday night in the Murray Hill area. At about 8:30 p.m., officers responded to the 1100 block Edgewood Avenue South after receiving a call about a shooting, according to the JSO. When officers arrived, they found a man in his 30s suffering from a gunshot wound in his extremity, police said.
Two people are expected to be OK after being shot in the Brentwood area Saturday evening, according to the Jacksonville Sheriff's Office. Officers responded to reports of numerous gunshots heard in the area of West 23rd Street and Silver Street around 5 p.m. Upon arrival, officers found a man with multiple gunshot wounds in the 200 block of West 23rd Street.
One person was injured in a shooting reported to the Jacksonville Sheriff's Office just after midnight Saturday. At about 12:45 a.m., officers responded to a hospital where a man had checked himself in after being shot in the leg, according to JSO. Video: JSO investigating deadly overnight shooting near Jacksonville Heights (WTLV-TV Jacksonville)
A sharp increase in the number of positive COVID-19 cases in Florida brings an increase in concern among health leaders, as the number of people who've been vaccinated has dropped over the last two months. "The way we can combat this is to get vaccinated. We know these vaccines are very effective in preventing systematic infection," said Infectious Disease Specialist Dr. Mohammed Reza.
JSO urging residents to use extra caution after reports of early morning 'ambush-style' attacks on women
The Jacksonville Sheriff's Office is urging residents to be extra cautious after receiving reports of a burglary and attempted sexual battery near Dunn Avenue and Biscayne Boulevard on Jacksonville's Northside. During one of the incidents, the suspect entered a home through an unsecured window and attempted to sexually batter the victim before leaving the area.
Crews with the Jacksonville Fire and Rescue Department are responding to a fatal crash in the Woodstock area. JFRD tweeted around 11:45 a.m. that the crash happened in the 1000 block of Edgewood Avenue, involving multiple cars with multiple injuries. Crews are on scene are advising that there is one death involved, and two patients in serious condition.
You'll be able to purchase a piece of Jacksonville history before the developer tears down the River City Brewing Company on the riverfront. Luman E Beasley Auctioneers Inc. is hosting an auction where you can bid on items inside the venue including anchors, sailor themed decor, kitchen equipment, decorative ship memorabilia and more.
The Putnam County Sheriff's Office is urging residents to avoid the area of US Highway 17 following a train crash with multiple injuries Thursday night. Deputies said an Amtrak train hit a semi-truck carrying drywall near the entrance of Seminole Electric shortly before 10 p.m. There are multiple ambulances on scene as well as deputies, the Florida Highway Patrol and other first responders.
Three people were arrested for murder in connection to a deadly shooting on Shenandoah Avenue, according to the Jacksonville Sheriff's Office. Officers responded to a shooting reported in the 5000 block of Shenandoah Avenue on January 24, 2021, around 9 p.m. Upon arrival, officers found a man suffering from at least one gunshot wound.
A man formerly employed at a Jacksonville church is being accused of "grooming" and molesting a child consistently throughout her teenage years. Jeffrey Bedwell, 38, was arrested for lewd and lascivious molestation, unlawful sexual activity and lewd and lascivious battery. According to an arrest report, the crimes took place over several years starting in 2013 and ending in 2018.
Ascension St. Vincent's held a topping out ceremony for its new hospital in St. Johns County. A topping-out ceremony celebrates the completion of a building's concrete and steel structure. The new facility, located at County Road 210 and I-95, will be 150,000 square feet with 56 beds, including eight ICU beds, according to Ascension St. Vincent's.
The Lake City Police Department is asking for help from the community to find a missing 16-year-old girl. Jeanette D. Herndon Casanova was last seen at 11:30 p.m. Tuesday at 1457 NW Wayne Place, police said. She left the home wearing black pants and a black McDonald's crew shirt.
All lanes on I-95 are running smoothly after it was briefly gridlocked from demonstrators protesting the Cuban government. Several law enforcement vehicles have blocked the protesters to only a ramp onto I-95. All lanes of I-95 North appear to be open at this time. Rallies supporting protests in the small nation have been going on in Jacksonville over the past two days.