Just after 1:00 a.m. this morning, Historic City News learned that 31 year-old Jose Guillermo Martinez was taken into custody by deputies with the St. Johns County Sheriff’s Office — and he remains in the County Detention Facility in lieu of $150,000 bond.
The Flagler County Sheriff’s Office reported to Historic City News that they have added a new reporting system similar to the one adopted by the St. Johns County Sheriff’s Office recently; which allows Flagler County residents the same ease of filing petit crime complaints online.
Aubrey Mulligan is hoping that Historic City News readers will pitch in and help other Keepers of the Coast volunteers during their Third Annual “Morning After” Beach Clean-Up on Tuesday, July 5th.
St. Augustine’s most famous living politician, former Senator George S. McGovern, will be out of town for a while; Historic City News has learned that, after a stop in Cuba, he is headed for his part-time office — an address in Washington, D. C., for which McGovern and former president Richard M. Nixon are best known.
Gina Busscher, FDOT District Two Public Information Director, reported to Historic City News that the westbound lane of Anastasia Boulevard at the west end of the Bridge of Lions will be closed for part of today.
SJSO Public Information Officer Chuck Mulligan alerted local Historic City News reporters that motorists should expect traffic delays on I-95 for the next 30-45 minutes while Florida Highway Patrol investigators clear a vehicle crash.
St. Johns County Cultural Council, the county’s designated local arts agency, periodically reports upcoming cultural events to local Historic City News reporters for the benefit of our readers.
As Historic City News readers start to decide what to do for the Fourth of July holiday weekend, St. Augustine Visitors and Convention Bureau Communications Director Jay Humphreys has some great local suggestions.