RSS feeds allow Web site content to be gathered via feed reader software. Click the subscribe link to obtain the feed URL for this page. The feed will update when new content appears on this page.

Seminole County Sheriff's Office

A collection of news and information related to Seminole County Sheriff's Office published by this site and its partners.

Top Seminole County Sheriff's Office Articles see all

Displaying items 1-5
  • Put yourself in Trayvon Martin's shoes ... if you dare [Commentary]

    Put yourself in Trayvon Martin's shoes ... if you dare [Commentary]
    I would like every adult reader out there who is old enough to have a 17-year-old boy imagine him walking in the dark on the way to your house, after going to the grocery store. Or to the snack shop at the nearby gas station. Or returning home after hanging out with a friend.
  • State, Seminole County Sheriff agree to $10 million settlement with defendant

    State, Seminole County Sheriff agree to $10 million settlement with defendant
    SANFORD – The Oklahoma cattleman and software designer who helped build Allied Veterans of the World into a $300 million Internet cafĂ© empire has agreed to pay $10 million to settle a cash forfeiture lawsuit, records show. In return, Chase Burns,...

    Lamar Hawkins suicide: 'Our hearts are broken,' mother says

    Lamar Hawkins suicide: 'Our hearts are broken,' mother says
    Shaniqua Hawkins' voice trembled as she spoke publicly for the first time about the death of her son, Lamar Hawkins III. At times, she even rocked back and forth, taking long pauses in between sentences — an attempt to fight back tears....

    Seminole school wrestles with new discipline rules

    Seminole school wrestles with new discipline rules
    SANFORD — A spate of student arrests and threats against teachers and other staffers has marred the rollout of a kinder, gentler approach to discipline this fall at Journeys Academy, Seminole County's largest alternative school. "It's a free-for-...

    Student's family blames suicide on bullying, attorney says

    Student's family blames suicide on bullying, attorney says
    Wearing a T-shirt that read "RIP Lamar ... We love you," Nicole Saylor remembered 14-year-old Lamar Jazz Hawkins III for the way he lived rather than the way he died. "He was always so happy," said Nicole, a classmate of Lamar's at Greenwood Lakes...