The grocery store chain says plexiglass will be installed at cash registers, customer service desks and pharmacies in all of their stores starting this weekend. The company says it expects every store to have plexiglass installed within the next two weeks.
From the bathroom, the maintenance man says he could hear screaming from both Margaret Kinsella and her dog and he went to the door, asking if she needed help. He says Kinsella refused, but a few minutes later heard even louder screaming.
Josephine Scheid, 36, was arrested Thursday at her home on Trails Drive on a warrant for first degree murder out of Cape May County, New Jersey. Prosecutors allege Scheid killed her mother, Gabrielle Michaelis, using a lethal amount of sedatives and painkillers in order to benefit financially.
On October 31, deputies say the teen called an Abuse Hotline and said she was thinking about killing herself because of the home she was living in and alleged physical and emotional abuse by her mother.
Edgewater police said in a news release that it was "immediately evident neither the children, nor the animals were being cared for properly" when officers arrived at the home on Royal Palm Drive on Sunday.
The sheriff’s office says around 4pm last Thursday, September 26, they were called to Starlite Lane and Ocean Boulevard in Port Charlotte where neighbors said an injured man had been seen walking along the streets.
With Hurricane Dorian approaching, many people become scared and want to make sure they have enough gas in case there is a shortage and need to evacuate or run generators for an extended period of time. Whatever your reasoning, doing this is a big, big mistake.
The sheriff's office conducted Operation Intercept VI, an operation where suspects ranging in ages from 19-65 thought they were communicating with young male and female children after responding to ads on the Internet, but they were actually talking to undercover detectives.
Shortly after midnight on June 2, Sarasota Police and the U.S. Coast Guard responded to 2 Marina Plaza in Sarasota after receiving calls from passengers aboard a charter ship saying the captain, 36-year-old Mark Bailey, was intoxicated, had fired off rounds from a handgun and was refusing to bring
Sarasota Police say the father walked into the A&F Jewelry and Loan store on North Washington Boulevard around 5:15 p.m. on Tuesday, May 7 with his infant child in a carrier and asked the clerk if he could pawn a baby.
Shortly after midnight on Wednesday, deputies were called to a bar on South McCall Road in Port Charlotte, where a man had blocked his wife's vehicle into a parking space. Inside the vehicle were their five children - a 5-year-old, a 3-year-old, an 11-month-old, and two 20-day-old infants.
Just type “Florida Man” into Google, followed by your birthday. People are posting the results all over the internet and we’re seeing an impact here in Sarasota, where older ABC7 stories are seeing a renewed interest!