A Florida arms dealer convicted in a $300 million Pentagon scheme has been arrested again on weapons charges.
Efraim Diveroli, 24, was being held without bail Tuesday in Orlando on charges of firearms possession by a felon. Bureau of Alcohol, Tobacco, Firearms and Explosives agents say Diveroli tried to broker a deal for thousands of rounds of ammunition and other weapons gear with undercover informants.
Diveroli pleaded guilty last year to conspiring to illegally ship Chinese-made ammunition to Afghan soldiers under a Pentagon contract. He is to be sentenced in November for that in Miami.
Snipes to remain free for now
A federal judge has agreed to keep actor Wesley Snipes out of prison — for now. U.S. District Court Judge William Terrell Hodges on Monday approved an emergency motion from Snipes.
Hodges said Aug. 5 Snipes would have 20 days to request a new hearing before the 11th Circuit Court of Appeals. The panel last month upheld the his tax conviction and three-year prison sentence.
Prison van crashes off bridge, 1 dies
One person is dead after a Panhandle prison van crashed off a river bridge.
Authorities say the van and another vehicle collided early Tuesday and the van went into the Choctawhatchee River. Authorities say two prisoners were in the van and both were taken to an area hospital.
It couldn't immediately be confirmed whether it was the driver of the van or the second vehicle who died in the crash.
Wife shot by husband during robbery drill
A 72-year-old Florida woman was wounded by her husband during a "robbery drill" the couple staged to practice how they'd respond to an intruder.
The Brevard County Sheriff's Office says Arnold and Patricia Morris had little experience with guns, and the shooting Sunday was clearly accidental.