Robeson County Sheriff's Office appeal for civility after social media users mock Orlando Lopez appearance.
Jesus Oscar Ferrer Jr., 30, is facing a felony charge after he allegedly battered a woman with "sweet and sour sauce packets" because she "bought the wrong food from McDonalds" to their motel room,
The victim's wife called 911 to ask for urgent help after her husband leapt into the water to save the family dog but never resurfaced, a local sheriff's department has said.
Joseph Corrao, 48, of Orlando, died on June 5 after being hit by a Ford F-150 on State Road 50, according to Florida Highway Patrol. His trial was set for August.
The man from Sarasota, Florida, allegedly used fake degrees to win clients to his life coaching business and gave therapy sessions on marriage, sex, and other issues.
Kyle Edward McCormick, 29, of Auburn, New York, is accused of making "unwanted advances" on the driver while traveling to Allure Gentlemen's Club in New Port Richey, police say.
Witnesses on hand at the time said that the man also ate some of the excrement.
Richard Lewis reportedly admitted to police he attempted to poison his ex-girlfriend by putting cleaning product in her juice because he was "frustrated" during their breakup.
Corey Michael Smith, 23, of Jacksonville, was detained after hitting another male, Devan Scott, on the head with the weapon, in what police were told was an unprovoked attack.
Brandon Paul Muenz, 30, of Hudson, was detained by deputies from the Pasco Sheriff's Office last Friday. His clothing had been "torn and disheveled," police said.
The arrest affidavit indicated that some residents had been burglarized multiple times, "but only reported it on the second or third burglary of their floats."
Two brothers accused of getting into altercation with woman over prank at Bradenton home.
Byron Christianoudis, 48, of New Port Richey, was detained on Tuesday after his landlord complained about his bathroom habits, a police report said.
Ronald Strouse accused of murdering his 72-year-old wife after announcing she was moving out.
Officers in Naples, Florida, arrest naked man over a bizarre dancing incident at the fast-food chain, from which he was already banned over a similar disturbance.
Terry Leon Simmons, 53, from Fort Pierce, was arrested on Friday afternoon on a felony sale and delivery of cocaine charge at his residence.
Taurus Latron Ford, 37, was detained by officers from St. Johns County Sheriff's Office in the early hours of the morning after allegedly assaulting an employee.
Edlee Jordon, 78, told officers the fight was sparked after Perry almost hit him while backing up his car. Multiple witnesses saw the brawl, deputies said.
At around 4:30 a.m. local time on Sunday, deputies from the Hillsborough County Sheriff's Office pulled over a vehicle at a traffic stop in Tampa. A female deputy immediately noticed that a passenger in the car, later identified as 20-year-old Fabricio Tueros Jimenez, had a white powdery substance on his nose.
Jesse Estep, 29, was arrested after he "intentionally swerved and drove the mail truck directly toward" deputies in Flagler County on June 8, the sheriff's office said.
John Mehne, 25, sparked a police pursuit this week after deputies found an abandoned vehicle on Interstate 81. He was later apprehended—reportedly without clothing.
Leland Crowell Arwine, of Panama City Beach, has been charged with first degree criminal charges with bonds totaling $1.2 million, police said.
Peter Wagman, 37, from Pinellas Park, was charged with domestic battery for pouring a large quantity of tomato sauce on his 41-year-old girlfriend after the couple had "been in arguments over infidelity by the victim."
The gator was reported by a member of the public, who called officials about a "weird animal."
Darwin Gordon Phillips was pronounced dead at the scene following accident in Polk County.
Luckily, the snake was not venomous.
"Knutson was the jilted lover and... set the clerk's Harley on fire," local police alleged.
Officers had stopped to talk to Shane Jensen, 22, and then he jumped into a patrol car.
The tattooed suspect paused before he told reporters he killed so many people.
Oswald Pereira was fleeing police at speeds of up to 100 miles per hour in a car resembling the iconic vehicle from "The Dukes of Hazzard."