Crime

Seven arrested in conneciton with Okaloosa County teen's murder


Panama City Police search for vehicle burglary suspects


Teens charged with armed robbery, kidnapping


First anniversary of Briarwood standoff: locals and law enforcement reflect


Teenager killed: investigators calling it murder


Investigation launched into shooting during road rage incident


Okaloosa County teen dead after being shot in chest


Search for suspect continues after argument leads to stabbing


Fire chief arrested for aggravated battery against pregnant victim


Panama City man arrested after discharging firearm


Man dies from injuries, search for crash and stolen vehicle suspect


Bay County Arrest Report: May 2019


Teen arrested after flashing gun at school bus stop


Woman found unconscious on side of road, allegedly attacks first responders


Police search for men accused of using stolen credit cards to buy lottery tickets


Charges filed in Jackson County crash which seriously injured woman


Video released of fatal hit-and-run suspect


Man charged after reportedly grabbing ducks by neck and throwing them


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