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Another nominee for News of the Weird: When all else fails, blame Obama

Another nominee for News of the Weird: When all else fails, blame Obama

John Henry Shiffner, 18, of Century, Fla., blamed his battery arrest for allegedly attacking his pregnant girlfriend on President Barack Obama, telling a sheriff’s deputy that, “Obama said cops always listen to women.” He is facing charges of aggravated battery and disorderly intoxication [...]

Reputed Mississippi Gang Leader that was caught in Pensacola pleas not guilty

Jason Marshall Bullock, the alleged Mississippi gang leader known as "Sir J-Mac," changed his mind in U.S. District Court in Hattiesburg, Miss. and decided to plea not guilty in his racketeering case. Bullock is charged with racketeering conspiracy for alleged offenses including attempted murder, [...]

Deputies will not be charged in Middleton shooting

Deputies will not be charged in Middleton shooting

The Grand Jury reviewing the shooting death of James W. McGlothlin and the wounding of Roy Middleton by Escambia County deputies has returned No True Bills in both cases. “This means that the Grand Jury has found insufficient evidence to establish that any criminal violations were [...]

Free shotguns…right, who thinks that is a good idea

Free shotguns…right, who thinks that is a good idea

The Armed Citizen Project of Florida has been dropping leaflets on doorsteps in the Sunshine Gardens community near Orlando, Fla., offering to “arm volunteer households,” for free. Apparently a firearms retailer has agreed to gives the shotguns and ammunition and transfer ownership once the [...]

Disconnect is catching up with Hayward

The daily newspaper is calling out on their editorial page Mayor Ashton Hayward for his lack of leadership in dealing with crime in the community. The editorial board was particularly upset how, after the death of a 14-year-old Pensacola High School student, the only word from the mayor's office [...]

Gunshots heard at memorial service for PHS student

A planned vigil for a slain 14-year-old Pensacola High student has been canceled after gunfire was heard in the neighborhood at another memorial service held on Sunday. Kenteyanna Anderson was killed last Thursday in the Maxwell Street area, a few blocks from her high school. On Sunday, [...]

Buzz: In wake of last night’s shooting, cars at PHS being searched

We have heard that the cars at Pensacola High School are being searched this morning. Last night, Kenteyonna Anderson, 14, of Pensacola was shot and killed last night shortly before 9:00 pm on Maxwell Street, just blocks from the high school.

Man allegedly beats juvenile to song Blurred Lines

Man allegedly beats juvenile to song Blurred Lines

This is another one for our "News of the Weird" column. NorthEscambia.com is reporting a Molino man is facing multiple child abuse charges after allegedly beating a juvenile girl on video to the tune of the Robin Thicke song “Blurred Lines”. The victim told deputies that she was being [...]

Work Release tales

Work Release tales

We've gotten several phone calls from people who have been enrolled in the Escambia County Work Release program. The lack of supervision and no follow-up on the actual jobs are the themes of the calls. The Sept. 5 cover story, "Get Out Of Jail Free," investigates the program that is being run [...]

Search for Tiffany Daniels continues

Search for Tiffany Daniels continues

Pensacola Police are continuing their investigation into the disappearance of a woman who hasn’t been seen for almost a month. Tiffany Daniels, 25, was last seen Aug. 12 when she left her job early. She is a theater department technician at Pensacola State College. Her 1999 Toyota 4Runner was [...]

Another Pensacola child pornography arrest, third in last two months, 12th over the past 12 months. Should we be concerned?

Another Pensacola child pornography arrest, third in last two months, 12th over the past 12 months. Should we be concerned?

A Pensacola man, Walter L. Burket, 68, was arrested by Pensacola Police Thursday on child pornography charges after investigators determined he downloaded sexually explicit pictures and movies of children from the internet onto his computer. He was charged with 10 counts of possession of child [...]

Priest removed from church, accused of sexual abuse

Priest removed from church, accused of sexual abuse

Monsignor Michael Cherup, pastor of St. Mary's Church in Fort Walton Beach, has been removed by the Diocese of Pensacola-Tallahassee, pending the outcome of an investigation into alleged sexual abuse. Parishioners were notified over the weekend. On July 19, the Diocese was notified that alleged [...]

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