Garrett Dunn, 31, had built a following on YouTube as Baby Dyce, with over 3,200 subscribers, reviewing music and comedy clips on his channel with affable humor and raw language.
The Florida Police Chiefs Association has issued a report calling for a series of steps, ranging from largely banning chokeholds and other neck-related restraints to stepping up recruitment of police officers who would better reflect communities.
Nathaniel Shimmel has been waiting three years for his murder trial, Tammy Almond two, Benjamin Allen one, and all three must wait until at least November as Covid restrictions are hampering Circuit Judge Terence Perkins, to his dismay, from going forward.
Joseph Colon, 37, pleaded to 30 years in prison in the death of Savannah Deangelis, 23, in 2017, after she took delivery of two $40 bags of heroin from him.
After a Palm Coast resident complained that deputy Dedorius Varnes, 28, had shrugged off a criminal complaint, Varnes allegedly and anonymously told the man he was having an affair with his wife, taunting and bullying him with threats.
A 26-year-old Ormond Beach woman was killed early Friday morning in a two-vehicle crash on I-95 south of the State Road 100 interchange.
After the motorized march wends its way into the parking lot, speakers on the steps of the Flagler County courthouse commemorating the 1963 March on Washington will talk on criminal justice issues, voting rights and police reform.”
Sheriff Rick Staly spent some of his “Addressing Crime Together” presentation in campaign mode, appealing to Second Amendment advocates, though the greater majority of his presentation focused on more factual accomplishments, initiatives and developments to come.
Savannah Deangelis was 23 and had been clean and in rehab for months when she took delivery of a $40 dose of heroin from Joseph Colon, and overdosed at her parents’ home in Grand Haven. Colon was indicted on capital felony murder.
A socially distanced jury found Brian Johnson, 22, guilty of car theft and fleeing police in a 2019 incident in which Sheriff Staly was involved, after a two-day trial that excluded the public and press but was entirely webcast on YouTube for the first time ever.