Bay County Arrest Report: September 2019

Bay County man convicted of attempted manslaughter

Defuniak Springs man arrested for attempting to lure a minor for sex

Nearly 2,000 grams of meth seized in Destin

Sex offender caught by Jackson County Sheriff's Office after fleeing Marianna in July

Felonies committed at two local cemeteries

Crestview Police look for vehicle in connection with shooting

Two face federal charges after seizure of 10 pounds of meth in Walton County

Man accused of stabbing five co-workers in Tallahassee makes court appearance

OCSO: Drunk driver arrested after going more than 100 miles per hour

Second suspect arrested in connection with drive-by shooting

Man arrested after providing false ID of man with active warrant

Teens arrested in connection with deadly shooting at Wendy's

North Florida school district held hostage by hackers

Tallahassee man arrested after homicide investigation on Panama City Beach

Man accused vandalizing 20 cars, causing $30,000 worth of damage

More than $20,000 worth of meth removed from streets

Man arrested in Marianna for attempting to shoplift from a local Winn-Dixie

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