Recent Crime News
15 hrs ago | via Northwest Florida Daily News
A Destin man is charged with burglarizing a car after allegedly setting off a car alarm and being seen by a witness. Comment?
18 hrs ago | via Northwest Florida Daily News
Okaloosa County Sheriff's Office is looking for a two individuals after a rash of "smash and grab" car burglaries in Destin Tuesday evening. Comment?
Wednesday | via Seven Days
David Fanuelsen, 39, and Dean Brown, 22, stole construction equipment worth $8,000 from their employer, according to police in Key West, Fla. The boss, Stace Valenzuela, identified the workers as the thieves because he had overheard them planning the theft after Fanuelsen unintentionally butt-dialed him. Comment?
Saturday Mar 14 | via Northwest Florida Daily News
A 51-year-old Destin man is accused of trying to sell a stolen piece of art on Craigslist for $2,000. Comment?
Friday Mar 13 | via Digital Game Developer
"Mary Koch Polson, a child kidnapper and child abuser! Judge Polson abuses her power to make money by destroying families! She is a corrupt and sick judge who needs to be removed from her office." Judge Polson has REMOVED a German child who is NOT a legal resident in the USA from his German father and the fathers "unauthorized association" with his own child is now a crime. Comment?
Wednesday Mar 11 | via WLOS
Dense fog, a misty rain and darkness hampered search efforts for the UH-60 Black Hawk helicopter that crashed over water in Florida's Panhandle. The helicopter went down Tuesday night off Navarre Beach on Santa Rosa Island, which is a barrier island in the Gulf of Mexico between Pensacola and Destin. Comment?
Monday Mar 9 | via LivePressWorld
Destin, Florida, USA - Mary Koch Polson is a corrupt judge of the First Circuit Court in Florida. Polson allegedly manipulated her election to this position in 2012, effective in January of 2013, and her current term expires in 2019 if she does not get removed for corruption and abuse of power earlier. Comment?
Friday Feb 27 | via Northwest Florida Daily News
Ray Sansom has won his case to have the state pay the attorney's fees he incurred during his two-year battle against criminal charges. Comment?
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