Crime

Bay County Arrest Report: February 2020


One arrested, one wanted in connection with nine car burglaries in Mexico Beach


Man suspected of stealing from restaurant caught by a shoe print


UPDATE: Escaped inmate has been caught


Identity theft and its victims: It could be you


Jackson County deputies searching for wanted man


UPDATE: Officials investigate officer-involved shooting in Panama City Saturday


Scam warning: caller pretends to be a member of local sheriff's office


Fort Walton Beach finance director arrested


Pensacola man arrested for trafficking cocaine in undercover case


Chipley man arrested on child sex abuse


Street Crimes Unit shows partnership is working


DeFuniak Springs man charged with child abuse


Man sentenced to close to 4 years in prison for human smuggling


Sneads woman arrested and charged with first degree arson


Former Jackson County Sheriff's deputy faces new charges


Panama City Beach police reveal more details about recent home invasion


Woman arrested after deputies respond to report of unresponsive child


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Ex-boyfriend re-arrested, charged in death of celebrity sex therapist

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MGM hack exposes data of 10 million, including government officials

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Man gets 1 year in Los Angeles Skid Row voter fraud scheme

The scheme involved giving cash and cigarettes to the homeless for signatures during the 2016 and 2018 election cycles.

Crash near Orlando kills 4 members of Massachusetts family

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Sit-in by Syracuse students to protest string of racist incidents enters day three

The activists rejected an offer from Syracuse University officials that would have reversed their suspensions if they ended the protest.