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St. Lucie County (Florida)

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  • Alleged dirty laundry aired during couple's quarrel

    It was a real soap opera. John Walter Hoffman told Port St. Lucie police March 19 that he and his girlfriend bickered over laundry detergent. She said Hoffman allegedly poured the detergent on her legs during their tiff, reports Will Greenlee in his Off...
  • FloriDUH: Big beef at McDonald's

    Could it have been a Big Mac attack? Brant Goodwin Stephens, 43, is accused of hurling a hamburger at someone's vehicle at a St. Lucie County McDonald's on Saturday afternoon, reports Will Greenlee in his blog Off the Beat for TCPalm.com. The burger...
  • The scent of a woman: Woman ditches clothes to elude K-9 officer

    Angela C. Ferranti's plan didn't work. The 25-year-old Port St. Lucie woman found in her bra and panties after a Mar. 31 traffic crash told a Port St. Lucie officer she stripped off her clothes in an effort to 'conceal her scent' from a police dog,...
  • Cops: Mom threatened to kill son with knife for refusing haircut

    Donna M. Townsend, a Port St. Lucie mom, is accused of getting a 14-inch-long kitchen knife and telling her 14-year-old son 'she might as well kill him' -- all because he didn't want to sit for a haircut, reports TCPalm.com. She's also accused of...
  • Cops: Neighbor goes batty over loud music

    The feud started over loud music. Stephen D. Kurtycz, 42, cussed and asked the neighbors in an impolite manner to turn down the volume of their music, reports TCPalm.com. The Port St. Lucie man is accused of going inside his garage and getting a...
  • How safe are state's nuclear plants?

    Nuclear power critics and federal lawmakers raised questions about the nation's power supply, including Florida's five nuclear reactors and proposals to build four new ones, in light of the crisis in Japan. Florida Power & Light, the state's largest...
  • No opposition to FPL's $20m base rate increase

    No opposition to FPL's $20m base rate increase
    Florida Power & Light has proposed adding about 23 cents to a monthly bill for a customer who uses 1,000 kilowatt-hours. That’s on top of a $2.49 monthly increase next year for environmental and other costs. Public Service Commission employees...
  • Naked man allegedly caught masturbating with toy pistol in anus while driving

    A tow truck driver told cops he saw a naked man masturbating while driving a Jeep Cherokee in Fort Pierce on Monday, reports WPBF ABC News-25 in West Palm Beach. When the man, later identified as Robert Leo Casey, 49, was pulled over along I-95, he was...
  • Which elected officials from Florida are endorsing the candidates?

    Which elected officials from Florida are endorsing the candidates?
    Floridians who have endorsed Mitt Romney  - FL AG Adam Putnam is the state chairman - FL CFO Jeff Atwater is the state finance chairman - FL AG Pam Bondi is the national advisor - State Sen. John Thrasher (District 8-Jacksonville) - State Sen. JD...
  • Deputies: Man took crack pipe to courthouse

    Have a court date with the judge? Then act respectfully and dress appropriately. And leave your dope at home. As Stanley B. Ramos, 32, passed through security at the Manatee County Courthouse, guards found a crack pipe in plain view in his backpack,...
  • Report: Man busted for throwing out bag of pot at courthouse

    Heading for the courthouse? Here's a no-brainer FloriDUH tip: Leave your stash of drugs at home. Winter Haven cops say Demetrius Nickerson tossed away a bag of pot at the Polk County Courthouse shortly after setting off the security metal detector,...
  • Man accused of DUI could hardly ID his 6-year-old daughter in car

    The Florida Highway Patrol arrested Ryan Matthew Curp, 25, of Longboat Key, on Florida's Turnpike in Fort Pierce after finding him so confused "and unaware of his surroundings" that he could barely identify his 6-year old daughter, who was in the...