Posted in Escambia County

Local gun violence continues

The Escambia County Sheriff’s Office is asking for your help, according to its Facebook page. At 2:10 p.m. Monday, the Raceway Gas Station at 7271…

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Posted in Crime Pensacola

Miami Gardens tackles its 25 homicides in 2012

Pensacola and its population of 52,197 has had one homicide since the first of the year- the 18-year-old that was beaten in Morris Court and…

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Street Buzz: Another home invasion and shooting

I was awakened this morning by a phone call from a source. According to him, Victor Rome was shot twice last night after armed men…

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New Warrington Road Shooting

ECSO Release: Escambia Sheriff’s deputies are investigating an afternoon shooting on New Warrington Rd. Deputies responded to a call of a shooting victim in the…

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Posted in Escambia County Pensacola Politics

Video: Hot Stove Politics in Escambia and Pensacola

On Jan. 8, I was invited to sit in with attorney Bill Rankin on his television show “Within Reason.” Segment One – Ernie Lee Magaha…

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News Journal has interactive map of 23 homicides in 2012

Catch this before the paywall goes up. The Pensacola News Journal has an interactive map of the area’s 23 homicides last year. Good work –…

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Follow up to Jan. 3: Arrest made in Matthew Cox murder

Press Release: Investigators have charged a Pensacola man with a Homicide that occurred on July 28, 2012. Bennie Robbins III, 18, was charged yesterday after…

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WTF: City of Pensacola has higher murder rate than NYC

Last Friday, New York City Mayor Michael Bloomberg praised his Police Department for newly released 2012 homicide statistics, which showed 414 murders in the city—the…

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Posted in Crime Escambia County Pensacola

The escalating violence in crimes committed in Pensacola is troubling

The violent crime in Pensacola is escalating to a much more dangerous level. In 2009, I was writing about drive-by shootings. Shots were fired over…

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