We do not see anything in the AM news cycle, this MAY have been a hoax call, it originated from a Google Voice number and is untraceable to it’s originator at this time. We will update here if anything comes to light.
Police activity in the area of Diamondback on Grissom in Cocoa was heard on the scanner tonight. Police are searching for a suspect.
A call came into dispatch from a male that said he was gong to kill his wife and then himself and gave an address that came back as Diamondback. Officers on location suspect gunfire from the building on arrival.
The original call was found to come in from a Google Voice number, and is very hard to trace.
At this time, we are unaware of the outcome of this call. No closing details were broadcasted on the scanner or found in the AM news cycle.
two-car crash occurred after a driver stopped her vehicle in the travel
lane of Grissom Parkway to assist a turtle crossing the two-lane
roadway, just after 11AM on Friday, June 28th 2019.
Diane Dillard, 65, of Titusville, driving a 2018 Nissan Rouge
southbound on Grissom Parkway, stopped her vehicle in the roadway to
move a turtle from the street –which she did.
Lynn Campbell, 41, of Cocoa, driving a 2017 GMC Terrain SUV southbound
on Grissom Parkway, struck the rear of the stopped vehicle.
strongly urge against driver’s stopping their vehicles in the middle of
a travel lane because it creates a significant risk to public safety”,
said Deputy Chief Todd Hutchinson. “Fortunately, nobody was seriously
injured in this incident”, added Hutchinson.
Cocoa police are investigating a report of gunfire on Clearlake Road Friday morning.
Officers responded to the 1500 block of Clearlake Road just after 9 a.m. after reports of shots fired in the area.
No injuries or victims have been reported, according to Cocoa Police Department spokeswoman Yvonne Martinez.
officers arrived at the apartment complex where the shooting occurred
after witnesses saw a man shooting at a vehicle with a rifle, according
to police reports.
Soon after the vehicle sped away from the scene, police obtained a
search warrant for the apartment where the shooter was last seen. Police
did not release any information about the victim or a possible arrest
in the case.
Driskell has lived in the Clearlake Villas apartments where the
shooting was reported since February. He said he’s never felt unsafe
there, even after the shooting and police presence earlier this
had the crime scene unit out here and they asked me if I heard gunshots
around 8:30 this morning, but I was asleep,” Driskell said. “I did hear
the helicopter overhead, but I didn’t go outside.”
“You might think this would be a rough place,” he said. “It might be for
people who are disrespectful to each other, but me and my dogs are
said officers are continuing to investigate. Cocoa police are asking
anyone with information related to the case to call CRIMELINE at