Dark Web Bust: 2 Arrested And 16,000 Pills, $143K & Firearms SeizedTwo Floridians were arrested in Inverness Wednesday for racketeering and a host of other charges for their role in selling counterfeit drugs on the dark web.
Merritt Island Infant Dies From Traumatic Injuries Resulting From AbuseFlorida woman now charged with aggravated manslaughter after her 3-month-old victim tragically succumbs to his injuries.
Florida Man Arrested For Attempted Murder Days After His Prison ReleaseA Florida man is behind bars again, only five days after being released. This time he's been accused of attempted murder.
Dunnellon Man Arrested For Sexual Battery On A Victim Under 12Today, detectives of the Citrus County Sheriff's Office arrested 34-year-old Daniel Grisales of Dunnellon, Florida on charges of capital sexual battery against a juvenile victim under the age of 12.
2020 Census: Officials Urge Residents To Respond SoonThe urgency for all residents to respond quickly recently increased with the U.S. Census Bureau’s announcement that it is ending the nationwide population count a month earlier than previously expected on Sept. 30, 2020.
Citrus County Sheriff's Office Nab 55 In Operation Coin TossThe fourth and final quarter of Operation Coin Toss has concluded, resulting in the seizure of more fentanyl, heroin, methamphetamine, and cocaine off the streets of Citrus County.
Citrus County School Board Approves New School Start Date & Mask PolicyThis afternoon, during an emergency meeting of the Citrus County School Board, Superintendent Sam Himmel presented her recommendations regarding the reopening of schools for the 2020-21 school year.
Juvenile Injured By Stray Bullet On July 4th In Citrus Cty., Sheriffs Asking For AssistanceOn July 4, 2020, around 9 pm, a 12-year-old was in front of their residence with family members watching fireworks, when a stray bullet struck the child.
Florida Hospital Group To Resume Stricter Visitation Rules and Delaying Some ProceduresSome Tampa Bay region hospitals are choosing to resume stricter visitation rules amid the large spike in COVID-19 cases. One hospital group that we spoke to is HCA Healthcare Centers across the state of Florida, which have begun delaying certain in-patient surgeries and procedures in an attempt to increase bed capacity.