On August 26, 2011, Historic City News reported that, following the execution of several search warrants and review of DNA test results, detectives obtained an arrest warrant for Sean A. Bush in connection with the […]
Northeast Florida Regional Airport at St Augustine reported to Historic City News at about 3:27 p.m. Tuesday afternoon, that a 62-year-old local pilot got into trouble while trying to land his aircraft after the landing […]
Last week, Historic City News was informed that the Florida Department of Transportation, Florida Trucking Association, and the Florida Highway Patrol, partnered to provide free lunches to recognize the commitment and work of professional commercial […]
After members of the Internet Crimes Against Children unit learned that 37-year-old Joel Santos Esposito is a self-proclaimed sex addict, investigators brought the local man to the sheriff’s office for an interview. During the interview, […]
The Flagler County Sheriff’s Office Sex Offender Unit reported to Historic City News that they received information concerning 43-year-old Brian Thomas Roy, a registered sex offender who was not living at the transient residence listed […]
The City of St Augustine began accepting calls this weekend from residents who hope to qualify for a proprietary Kinsa Thermometer that tracks vital information about you for use by public health officials who are […]
Alleging that a 46-year-old Treasure Beach man violated the conditions of his release from the county jail only one day earlier, St Johns County deputies return Brian Keith Badgett to jail on Thursday.
Historic City News followed a breaking story this afternoon in Ponte Vedra Beach after an unidentified white man in his 20’s reportedly opened fire on a deputy sheriff who spotted him driving a pickup truck […]
Historic City News was informed that due to the severe damage involved, Florida Highway Patrol traffic homicide investigator Corporal Pete Young was still trying to identify the makes of vehicles and identity of all parties […]
Historic City News learned that St Johns County deputies responded on Saturday evening, April 11, 2020, to the scene of an individual who was burned in an apparent arson at a southwest district apartment complex.
Pursuant to Section 403.077, F.S., the Florida Department of Environmental Protection informed local Historic City News reporters that they have received the following Public Notice of Pollution for a reportable release that occurred within St […]
There have been a total of 1,887 COVID-19 tests administered for St Johns County. Of those, 127-patients tested positive. Of the remainder, Historic City News has learned that 1,719-patients tested negative, we are awaiting results […]
At about 7:53 p.m., Thursday, February 6, 2020, a reported stalking victim, first told her story to a deputy sheriff investigating her complaint against local dentist, 74-year-old Clemens H. Byatt. On Wednesday, April 1, 2020, […]
In response to the impacts of COVID-19 in St Johns County, Administrator Hunter S Conrad announced to Historic City News and our subscribers that County Government is taking additional measures to ensure the health, safety, […]