Over the course of the past week our agency has been pleasantly bombarded with requests for our team to accept the “National Law Enforcement Lip Sync Challenge” that is being thrown down by Law Enforcement Agencies across the country!!
The challenge is a really cool way to show agency pride, team unity, inter-agency camaraderie, and community support for each agency that accepts the challenge of lip syncing to a favorite song or one that is well known for people to sing along with!!
Well folks we have gladly accepted the challenge and had fun working with our Media Unit today to put ours together!!
Get ready cause we will be launching our version of the “National Law Enforcement Lip Sync Challenge” very soon, in fact sources close to the Media Unit said it could be as early as tomorrow night at 8:00!!
We greatly appreciate all of our citizens who have encouraged us to accept the challenge so we can take part in this fun event for Law Enforcement Officers across the country!!
I wonder what song we selected? Care to take a guess?
Police say a 25-year-old Rockledge man arranged to purchase an AR-15 online but instead snatched the weapon and fled the scene Monday.
Justin Dunham contacted the person selling the firearm on floridaguntrader.com when he saw an ad for the AR-15, 700 rounds of ammunition and some accessories. Dunham agreed to buy the items from the alleged victims for a total of $1,300, according to police reports.
During the scheduled meeting between Dunham and the seller, Dunham was able to get the gun, ammunition and accessories from the trunk of the seller’s vehicle and leave the scene, police said.
He then hopped into a car driven by an unidentified black male who has not yet been arrested.
Police reported the seller received minor injuries to his right elbow and wrist during the robbery.
Dunham was arrested and charged with grand theft of a firearm, robbery by sudden snatching and possession of a concealed weapon by a convicted felon. He is being held at the Brevard County Jail Complex in lieu of $35,000 bond.