Posted in Crime Escambia County

EMS personnel arrested for falsification of training records

State Attorney Bill Eddins has announced the arrest of James Bonoyer, Katherine Kenney, Lawrence Salter Jr., and Stephen White. These arrests are the result of…

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Posted in Crime Pensacola

PPD presser: After so long, ‘relief’

DNA Technology Leads to Cold Case Arrest By Jeremy Morrison, Inweekly On New Year’s Day in 1985, Tonya McKinley’s body was found at the corner…

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PPD warns of Coronavirus scams

Press Release: Scammers are taking advantage of fears surrounding the Coronavirus.  They are setting up websites to sell bogus products, and using fake emails, texts, and…

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Posted in Crime Escambia County Pensacola

Buzz: Drug dealers set bounties

Sources have shared that a new frightening wrinkle has developed in the escalating gun violence in Pensacola and Escambia County. Drug dealers have begun to…

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Posted in Crime Escambia County

Breaking news: Eddins asks court to reinstate death penalty for Gonzalez

We received this notice from State Attorney Bill Eddins minutes ago: State Attorney Bill Eddins announced today that his office has filed a Motion for…

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Posted in Crime Pensacola

Gun violence continues

Pensacola Police have released photographs of two men wanted in connection with a shooting that occurred Wednesday night at a local business on West Garden…

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Posted in Crime State & National News

AG Barr reports on DOJ investigation into NAS shooting

Yesterday Attorney General William Barr had a press conference to reported on the Department of Justice investigation into the shooting at NAS Pensacola in early…

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NAS Pensacola on lockdown, shooter dead, casualties reported

Inweekly received news this morning that NAS Pensacola is under lockdown because of an active shooter incident. The Pensacola News Journal reports ECSO spokeswoman Amber…

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Posted in Crime Pensacola

Gun Violence Task Force wraps up Phase I

A collective of local, state and federal law enforcement agencies have been working together for the past three months in an effort to address the…

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