Titusville Police have issued a SILVER ALERT for a Lewis Thomas Sharp, 88, of Titusville.
At approximately 10:30 on Thursday, August 22nd 2019, Titusville Police responded to a report that Sharp was missing and a SILVER ALERT was subsequently issued.
Sharp was last seen traveling westbound at the intersection of SR 405 and Barna Avenue, driving a white Lexus 570 SUV, tag # DOLPHIN, and wearing a white long sleeve shirt and blue jeans. In addition, he traveling with two Boston terriers.
If you encounter Lewis Thomas Sharp, immediately contact the Titusville Police Department at (321) 264-7800.
A Titusville man was arrested Wednesday night after an investigation by Detectives into the unintentional shooting of a juvenile.
Just before 7PM on Wednesday, August 21, 2019, Titusville Police responded to a report of a 13 year-old boy being accidentally shot at a home on Yorkshire Drive. The boy had been shot in the torso area and was transported to a trauma center by helicopter with serious injuries.
The preliminary investigation revealed that Bryan Gabriel Kelly, 40, of Yorkshire Drive Titusville, was in his home attempting to unload a handgun. He unintentionally discharged the weapon that subsequently struck a 13 year-old child in the home.
Witness statements corroborate the suspect’s description of the incident and investigators found no evidence of a willful or intentional act.
The suspect was booked into Brevard County Jail: Aggravated Child Neglect with Great Bodily Harm, (Felony) $2000.00 bond.
The condition of the child at the time of this release was listed as stable.
Boaters, Brian McCluney and Justin Walker left from Christopher Columbus boat ramp Friday in a 24-foot center console heading toward “8A” reef.
Coast Guard Station Port Canaveral watchstanders were notified by a family member of the boaters not returning as expected Friday evening.
Coast Guard Sector Jacksonville Command Center watchstanders launched assets including a 45-foot Response Boat-Medium from Station Canaveral, an HC-130 Hercules search plane from Air Station Clearwater and the Coast Guard Cutter Ridley, an 87-foot Patrol Boat to conduct searches.