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March 2014 Archives

Homeowner returns to discover grow house remains

CAPE CORAL, FL - It's a homeowner's rental nightmare. A Cape Coral man comes back from overseas to find his locks changed and his property damaged. Police say someone used it as a grow house and that's just the beginning. The homeowner's identity had also been stolen.

Titusville Police Officer Indicted For Participating In A Drug Deal While Carrying A Firearm

Orlando, Florida - United States Attorney A. Lee Bentley, III announces the unsealing of an indictment charging Richard Irizarry (45, Viera) with attempting to aid and abet the distribution of cocaine, possessing a firearm in furtherance of the drug distribution, and using a telephone to facilitate the drug distribution. If convicted on all counts, Irizarry faces a minimum of 10 years, up to a maximum penalty of 40 years in federal prison. According to the indictment, Irizarry allegedly committed these offenses on or about January 19, 2014. Irizarry will make his initial appearance in federal court, in Orlando, at 1:30 p.m. today before United States Magistrate Judge Karla R. Spaulding.

Florida Senate passes tougher sexual predator bills

TALLAHASSEE - The Florida Senate passed a package of bills Tuesday that will lock up child rapists longer, force sexual offenders to disclose more information and close loopholes that allow the most dangerous predators to avoid civil commitment after they're punished for their crimes.

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