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The Florida Highway Patrol is seeking the driver accused of hitting a pedestrian, then driving off.
Yesterday• Crime
The father kidnapped his 2-year-old child and fled Georgia. Then he spent hours in an armed standoff at the Interstate 4/Interstate 75 interchange. The child is safe and the father was taken into...
Apr. 1• Crime
The police department is encouraging anyone experiencing virus-related emotional distress to call a newly formed emotional support line at (727) 525-4464, ext. 1001.
Mar. 31• Health
The 43-year-old pedestrian laid down on State Road 60 this weekend. He was hit by two cars. The driver who didn’t stop faces charges, according to the Florida Highway Patrol.
Mar. 31• Breaking News


  1. Police investigate the scene where a motorcycle collided with a bicycle along Bayshore Boulevard near Rome Avenue on Saturday, killing both riders. [Spectrum Bay News 9]
  2. George Morariu is charged with second degree murder. [St. Petersburg Police Department]
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  5. Talance Callins, 18, was fatally shot March 20 in Tampa. [Tampa Police Department]
  6. Caesar Zamien Lamar Crockett Jr., 29, is involved in an armed standoff with Tampa Bay law enforcement at the Interstate 4/Interstate 75 interchange on Wednesday afternoon. He is wanted on three counts of murder and one count of kidnapping in Georgia. He fled with his 2-year-old son, who was safely recovered, authorities say. [Bibb County Sheriff's Office | Florida Highway Patrol]
  7. Tampa Police Chief Brian Dugan, center, is flanked by State Representative Dianne Hart (left) and Councilman Orlando Gudes during a news conference Tuesday, March 31, 2020 in Tampa. [Tampa Police Department]
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  9. State and federal officials warn consumers against text and email messages from scammers promising help getting coronavirus relief payments in exchange for your personal or banking information. Investigators also are targeting frauds involving fake charities, fake testing and cures and cyber extortion. (Times file) [MATT ROURKE  |  AP]
  10. Carol Lewis, now known as Carole Baskin, left, and Don Lewis, her husband who disappeared, both seen in 1997, the year Don Lewis disappeared. [Tampa Bay Times]
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  12. A newspaper clipping from the Tampa Bay Times, then named the St. Petersburg Times, from Aug. 31, 1998 featuring a story on Don Lewis. [Tampa Bay Times]
  1. Big Cat Rescue CEO Carole Baskin walks the property in Tampa in 2017. With the release of the Netflix documentary "Tiger King," old speculations about her husband's disappearance have reemerged. [ELLIOTT, LOREN  |  Tampa Bay Times]
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  3. The Pinellas County jail population has decreased by about 500 people in seven days thanks to the concerted effort of Pinellas public defenders, prosecutors and judges. Jails and prisons across the country are grappling with concerns that the coronavirus could infect incarcerated populations. [Times]
  4. Nicholas Cocola, 36, of Tampa, faces charges of capital sexual battery on a child under the age of 12 and lewd and lascivious molestation, according to the Pinellas County Sheriff's Office. [Hillsborough County Sheriff's Office]
  5. A July 7, 2019 surveillance photo that captures the suspects wanted in a series of ATM explosions in the Tampa Bay region. Federal agents arrested two men Sunday who they say are responsible. [Hillsborough County Sheriff's Office]
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  11. Audrey Flack’s “Lady Justice” sculpture stands in front of the Thirteenth Judicial Circuit Court.
  12. Tommy Zeigler, photographed on death row, has spent years hoping that Florida will allow for DNA testing of the evidence in his case. [CHERIE DIEZ   |   Times]