Reckless Driver/StopSticks Deployed/Car Blacked out. Has eluded the police at this time. No description or DOT at this time..
Come on now, call into 911 because teen will not take out trash. I shit you not. I didn’t hear WHO the caller was, Child or adult, but THIS is NOT a reason to dial 911!
Attempted burglary, on Canaveral Groves Blvd, Black Mazda seen leaving the scene. Glass on area of front door shattered.
TPD is involved in a pursuit in the area of Roosevelt Street. Please avoid the area.
Two trashcans were found set ablaze. Fire alarm was sounded and the fire was under control before any damage occurred..
ORLANDO, Fla. – The 2-year-old Orlando boy who was taken from his home at gunpoint by his mother and a man late Tuesday was found safe Wednesday afternoon in DeLand, according to Orlando police.
The boy’s mother, Sugey Perez Diaz, 33, was taken into custody on a warrant for armed burglary and aggravated assault, police said.
Florida authorities issued an Amber Alert Tuesday morning for Jenzell Cintron Perez, who has last been seen late in the 1900 block of South Conway Road in Orlando.
Family members told News 6 that Diaz and a man forced their way into an apartment and took Jenzell from his stepmother at gunpoint. Police later said another woman was with the pair. It’s unclear if they will face the same charges.
Diaz and the man drove away with Jenzell in a silver Lexus SUV and possibly headed toward Ormond Beach, according to police.
Police had said the boy could be with Diaz, the unknown man and another woman, Angelica Melendez, 23.
U.S. marshals located the mother and son around 1 p.m. at the Enclave at Pine Oaks Apartments in DeLand, city spokesman Chris Graham said. Diaz is in DeLand police custody, and she will be taken to the Volusia County Jail, Graham said. Diaz will have to be extradited back to Orange County.
Jenzell is in good health and will be reunited with loved ones, the U.S. Marshals Service said.
Police said Diaz has a minor criminal history, but she doesn’t have a violent past.
Orlando Chief of Police Orlando Rolon said, however, that the means in which Jenzell was abducted is “concerning to us.”
The detective said the DCF has received reports of injuries to the child in the past, but authorities said nothing was ever substantiated.
The detective said the Amber Alert was issued about five hours after Jenzell was abducted because police were working active leads about Diaz’s whereabouts and didn’t want to jeopardize the investigation.
Orlando police said they are also trying to find out why the Amber Alert did not automatically send alerts to cellphones.
According to the timeline provided by the Florida Department of Law Enforcement, Orlando police contacted FDLE at 12:32 a.m. regarding an Amber Alert for Jenzell, which was authorized at 12:50 a.m.
Titusville Police have arrested a 60-year-old man for attempted first-degree murder and arson.
Barrett Antoine Bickers, 60, of Cocoa, was charged with Attempted First Degree Premediated Murder, Arson to a Structure or Vehicle and Intentional or Reckless Burning of Lands.
At approximately 10:30 PM on Friday October 4th 2019, the Titusville Police Department and the Titusville Fire Department responded at a report of a fire in a wooded area near the 4200 block of Hopkins Avenue.
The preliminary investigation revealed that a fire engulfed a campsite where a victim was sleeping. The victim was able to escape just as flames reached his dwelling.
Witness statements revealed that the campsite fire was intentional set by the suspect.
Investigative leads helped detectives identify the suspect, who was located on Tuesday morning, October 8th 2019, and taken into custody without incident.
The victim was not injured.
Bickers was booked into the Brevard County Jail and is being held without bond.
Star is up assisting in the pursuit of an individual in Cocoa in the area of Fisk.
Caller sties they witnessed some kids in a parking lot ‘playing’ with a gun, passing it around, etc. Units responding, undisclosed location.