A St Johns County Sheriff’s spokesman told local Historic City News reporters that a 59-year-old St Johns County man faces at least seven felony charges following a standoff with the Sheriff’s Office early this morning.
State Attorney R. J. Larizza reported to Historic City News that his a 40-year-old Port Orange man, convicted in June of 55-counts of possessing child pornography, was sentenced today to begin serving 825 years in a Florida state prison facility; the maximum possible penalty.
Earlier today, the St. Johns County Sheriff’s Office reported to Historic City News that they had received the 70 page investigative findings from the Ninth Judicial Circuit, regarding the death of Michelle O’Connell, and it is currently reviewing those findings.
Taxpayers in the City of St Augustine have been some of the harshest critics of what they see as mismanagement, fraud, waste and abuse surrounding more than $4-million dollars in public spending; much of which was paid to employees, contractors, and those insiders who profited from “sole-source” contracts, private meetings Continue Reading →
Historic City News readers know that it was four hundred and fifty years ago, on September 8, 1565, that General Don Pedro Menendez de Aviles stepped ashore at Matanzas Bay and founded St. Augustine, Florida; the oldest continuously occupied city, port, and parish of European origin in the continental United Continue Reading →
Historic City Readers are patriotically invited to attend the General meeting of the Saint Augustine Tea Party tonight, Tuesday July 28th, at 6:30 p.m.