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Chief Simmons press release comes back to bite him

Chief Simmons press release comes back to bite him

Cops and athletes are a superstitious lot. No baseball pitcher wants to hear the press box announce that he is pitching a no-hitter. A basketball player dreads the announcer mentioning that he hasn't missed a free throw, because surely the next one will clank off the rim. Homicide detectives [...]

Weekend Buzz: PPD may have problem, Found Money and Smartest Answer

Weekend Buzz: PPD may have problem, Found Money and Smartest Answer

Courthouse rumblings Criminal defense lawyers are watching closely the case of Herchel Royals, who was arrested in July 2013 on drug charges. His case is one of those possibly impacted by the current FDLE lab investigation of a supervisor allegedly stealing drugs from the lab. Royals’ trial is [...]

Crime creeps into east Pensacola, more like roars into the area

Crime creeps into east Pensacola, more like roars into the area

The daily newspaper reports that there were 526 residential burglaries in the city in 2012 --300 in last nine month of the year. This i a 15-percent increase over up from 455 reported in 2011. Based on emails and phone calls that I've received, January 2013 hasn't been much better. Police [...]

Thomas says school marshals may be in the future for Escambia elementary schools

Thomas says school marshals may be in the future for Escambia elementary schools

Escambia County School Superintendent Malcolm Thomas told his school board at special workshop on Thursday that he has talked with local law enforcement about establishing a school marshal program to provide security for the elementary schools. The marshals would be primarily retired military, [...]

No Statement from Mayor on FOP’s Accusations

A day after the local police union requested that the Pensacola City Council investigate Mayor Ashton Hayward for misusing his office to intimidate officers, a city spokesman said that there would be no statement issued regarding the matter. City of Pensacola Public Information Officer Derek [...]

Myers, LBJ motions: more council staff, chief of staff not target

Myers, LBJ motions: more council staff, chief of staff not target

Pensacola City Council members explain their motions to amend the 2012-13 city budget Pensacola City Councilwoman Sherri Myers said she would like to use the money city council recently moved out of marketing budgets and into their own for hiring a staff to assist the board. “I think that we [...]

Bell to retire from PPD

Press Release: When Pensacola Police Sgt. When Pensacola Police Sgt. Robert Bell retires Wednesday (Dec. 1), the local Fraternal Order of Police Lodge will lose its longest serving president. Bell, 54, is retiring after 25 years with the Pensacola Police Department. Among his assignments have [...]

Steen press conference

By IN reporter Sean Boone Steen Press Conference Aaron Watson, the attorney for the family of Victor Steen, held a press conference today outside the Federal Courthouse to speak about yesterday’s coroner’s inquest decision. “A young boy subsequently was hit by a vehicle [...]

What can one council member do?

What can one council member do?

What can a council member do about crime in her district? Ask Maren DeWeese. For years, her neighborhoods have avoided the Bluffs park on Scenic Highway because of sexual activity happening at that park. It was a known "hook up" spot for homosexual men, who openly had sex in the park. Like the [...]

#1 Pensacola Drug Dealer Spot

#1 Pensacola Drug Dealer Spot

The corner of A and Jackson streets is where drugs are sold daily openly on the street. It's not secret. Everyone in that community knows it. You can drive by there at all hours of the day and see young black males waiting for customers, making deals. On IN Your Head TV, I had a caller on [...]

Steen Coroner’s Inquest: Ard video

Here is the video of Pensacola Policeman Jerald Ard chasing and running over Victor Steen, The video has been made public by the State Attorney's office:

Protest today

By Sean Boone It started as a few dozen young adults outraged over the death of 17-year-old Victor Steen. But by the end of the informal meeting held at The End of The Line Cafe on Wednesday evening, an organized group had emerged--ready to speak out against what many believe was an act of [...]

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