Man allegedly trades narcotics for sex with a minor

Woman on probation for accessory to murder back in jail

Man arrested for allegedly sexually battering toddler

Family members of boy who died in an accident facing child neglect charges

Bay County Arrest Report: July 2017

Panama City man charged with sexual battery after allegedly raping girlfriend

Four people face drug possession charges

Southport woman allegedly hits minor for pouring out beer

Grand jury indicts man accused of killing DeFuniak Springs woman for first degree premeditated murder

Shoplifter allegedly flashes box cutter at Best Buy employee

Two Panama City Beach men facing child porn related charges

Man accused of sexually battering 14 year-old gets 30 years

Alleged drive-by shooter barricades himself inside trailer

Walton County Sheriff's Office investigating shooting, SWAT team staging at home with suspect inside

Marking your personal items to protect from theft

Man claiming to be a drug dealer calls deputies reporting stolen cocaine

Police and stabbing victim still looking for answers

BCSO on Dorthy Yarborough case: No evidence of foul play

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