A 68-year old Flagler County man was arrested by St Johns County detectives late Friday afternoon. He has been charged with several sex-related crimes following a three-day investigation.
At about 10:30 p.m. last night, Historic City News was informed that the Florida Highway Patrol was investigating a traffic homicide on SR-A1A near Gnarled Oaks Drive in St Johns County.
While investigating a traffic crash at 601 Anastasia Boulevard at about 1:04 a.m. Friday morning, the St Augustine Police Department reported to Historic City News that Corporal Chris Miller was injured after a drunk driver […]
Earlier this evening the US Marshal Service reported to Historic City News that they have arrested one of the intruders involved in the home invasion robbery and kidnapping which occurred earlier this week in Ponte […]
Historic City News learned that a 21-year-old Flagler County man was arrested on several felony charges yesterday following incidents at two Outlet Mall Boulevard businesses.
Sheriff’s Commander Chuck Mulligan reported to Historic City News this hour that 16-year-old Marcus Anthony Hatch, taken from a residence in Ponte Vedra Beach overnight, has been located in Jacksonville, and is in good health.
Historic City News has learned that a suspect in an area burglary apparently left his blue PT Cruiser in “drive” at a retention pond behind the St Augustine Outlet Mall.
Florida Highway Patrol Traffic Homicide Investigator, Leonard Yuknavage, reported to Historic City News that he is trying to notify the next-of-kin of a 55-year-old St Augustine man who was killed in a three-vehicle crash on […]
The city’s inaugural effort at providing a multi-week, park-and-ride operation drew to a close last Saturday, December 31 after a very busy 13-day schedule. The cost to taxpayers to keep about 3,700 vehicles out of […]
Historic City News was alerted that the Historic Downtown Parking Garage has been closed temporarily while police investigate a suspicious vehicle. The unoccupied vehicle, parked inside the garage, may present a hazard, so police are […]