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Man charged in cigarette crime spree

A Hollywood, Florida man is facing multiple theft charges arising out of a string of burglaries from Broward County convenience stores. The 35-year-old man allegedly broke into at least eight stores earlier this year and stole cartons of cigarettes. When police arrested the man he was already in custody on other charges.

Man charged in cigarette crime spree

A Hollywood, Florida man is facing multiple theft charges arising out of a string of burglaries from Broward County convenience stores. The 35-year-old man allegedly broke into at least eight stores earlier this year and stole cartons of cigarettes. When police arrested the man he was already in custody on other charges.

Felony conviction bars activist from running for office

In Florida, those convicted of a felony face serious penalties, often including prison time and probation. But a conviction on felony charges carries other far reaching consequences, including loss of the right to vote. A man who attempted to run for a position on the Fort Lauderdale City Commission recently found this out the hard way.

Felony conviction bars activist from running for office

In Florida, those convicted of a felony face serious penalties, often including prison time and probation. But a conviction on felony charges carries other far reaching consequences, including loss of the right to vote. A man who attempted to run for a position on the Fort Lauderdale City Commission recently found this out the hard way.

Catcher charged with felony assault on umpire

In recent years there has been growing concern over attacks by athletes and parents on sports officials. Recently in Coral Springs, Florida, an incident at a baseball game led to felony charges against one of the players. The 21-year-old catcher at an adult amateur game was arrested and charged with felony battery on a sports official.

Catcher charged with felony assault on umpire

In recent years there has been growing concern over attacks by athletes and parents on sports officials. Recently in Coral Springs, Florida, an incident at a baseball game led to felony charges against one of the players. The 21-year-old catcher at an adult amateur game was arrested and charged with felony battery on a sports official.

Teen gets 20 years in middle school beating case

In a highly publicized case, a South Florida teenager who viciously beat a 15-year-old girl at a middle school bus stop was sentenced to 20 years in prison recently. The judge imposed the stiff sentence despite evidence the defendant, who was 15 at the time of the attack, is severely mentally ill. The case is a tragic example of what can happen when juvenile crimes end up in adult court.

Teen gets 20 years in middle school beating case

In a highly publicized case, a South Florida teenager who viciously beat a 15-year-old girl at a middle school bus stop was sentenced to 20 years in prison recently. The judge imposed the stiff sentence despite evidence the defendant, who was 15 at the time of the attack, is severely mentally ill. The case is a tragic example of what can happen when juvenile crimes end up in adult court.

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