(September 22, 2014)- The Florida Highway Patrol has concluded its investigation into a crash involving an intoxicated pedestrian and an off-duty Cape Coral Police Officer late Thursday night. The investigation revealed that the intoxicated pedestrian failed to yield to traffic and was cited by the Florida Highway Patrol. A synopsis of the case is below
This week Escambia County Traffic Deputies joined officers from the two states at the Alabama-Florida border to pledge to work together this holiday weekend to ensure drivers are maintaining safe speeds, not drinking and driving and always using their safety belts
COLUMBIA COUNTY, FL – Just days away from jury selection and a full blown trial and a week after County Court Judge William F. Williams, III denied Mr. Kirby’s motions to dismiss the charges against him and suppress the testimony of one of the State’s key witnesses, Columbia County’s number two, Kevin Kirby, had a change of heart.
Tuesday afternoon at about 2:30 pm, in a hastily arranged court appearance, Mr. Kirby agreed to take the standard first time offender DUI plea agreement and pled guilty to driving under the influence. Mr. Kirby’s license remains suspended. He is on supervised probation.
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Eduardo Medina was southbound in the left lane on John Young Parkway at Deerfield Boulevard about 2 a.m. when his 2014 Hyundai Genesis hit the back of a 2009 Kia Spectra that was stopping for a red light, the Florida Highway Patrol said.
In November 2008, residents elected Sheriff Thomas M. Knight to become the tenth Sheriff in the agency’s history. He took office on January 6, 2009. Sheriff Knight came to the agency with more than 20 years of law enforcement experience, rising to the rank of major with the Florida Highway Patrol.
The following arrests were noted by the Collier County Sheriff’s Office; Sheriff Kevin Rambosk ROBERT […]