Florida Department of Law Enforcement
The capture of two Florida inmates who were mistakenly released after providing corrections officials with phony court documents has led to the question of who made the documents.
Despite two escaped murderers released through forged documents being found and back in custody, the head of the state’s law enforcement agency said additional steps are being put in place to prevent a similar incident from happening again.
The two inmates, released from prison with bogus paperwork, were both captured Saturday night in Panama City.
The father of slain teenager Trayvon Martin was in Tallahassee Thursday to continue his fight against Florida’s “stand your ground” law.
There are more than 60,000 sex offenders and predators on the state’s Sex Offender Registry—and more than 600 have active registration involving college or high learning institutions.
The protest of the George Zimmerman verdict at the Florida Capitol cost the taxpayers of Florida approximately $173,000 in overtime expenses for security.
Dozens of graves will be exhumed at a former Panhandle reform school where horrific beatings have been reported.
A new form of technology has made its way into the Sarasota County Sheriff’s Office Wednesday, in efforts to make the fingerprinting process a little more easier.
Miami-Dade Police cancelled the statewide Amber Alert early Monday evening after a 5 year old girl, believed to have been abducted, was found safe.
A man from Trinidad who flew to Miami to reportedly have sex with children was arrested when he stepped off a plane at Miami International Airport.