Wednesday, September 9, 2015

Why are there so many "HIT & RUNS" in Florida?


Casselberry man killed in hit-and-run identified

Posted: 8:24 a.m. Wednesday, Sept. 9, 2015

Every Day it would seem that there is at least one if not more than one, hit and run that injured or killed someone from the day or night before.

The funny thing, if one can call this disgrace funny!

Is that the media bombards the public 20 or 30 times a day as if they just cannot understand why?
Hint, Hint, Media!

Show up at any court with your camera and reporter any morning for traffic court, most have a place for you to set up.

I spent two trip days in Sanford court fighting to get this criminal arrested and one reporter show up?

Both days we were packed in like sardines!

If you are willing to spend a little time putting the pressure on our officials, we just might be better able to get more 'hit and runs' in jail "Before" they kill people?

Watch and learn our Judiciary (Judicial System) at work!

Many times you will see that most of the clients have a record of infractions, some as long as your arm!

Words from a judge not mine!

The majority, not all, have an attorney, like in my case, and do not even have to show up to court and in my case, he only got a little spanking on the wrist!

I found out, like in my case, the police officers, both of them, did not write down my complaint that he, after thinking that my car was disabled, left the scene of the accident!

Makes one wonder if the police do not want to do the extra paperwork or are just too lazy?

So, the Judges hands are tied as to the fine for the crime?

The next time someone might be left for dead on the road while this guy just drive away!
Today was a Twofer!

Firefighter accused of crashing into dozens of cars still on the job

Posted: 5:41 p.m. Tuesday, Sept. 8, 2015

He also left the scene of those accidents!

Tuesday, September 8, 2015

Coral Springs Police Officers Give Free Arby's Meal to Homeless Man

Coral Springs Police Officers Give Free Arby's Meal to Homeless Man

In response to the free meal offer, two officers with the Coral Springs Police Department took them up on the deal.

However, they gave their meal to a homeless man instead of having it for themselves.

Arby's offered free meals for police officers in South Florida on Friday, following a controversial incident involving an Pembroke Pines officer.

The free meals and CEO visit follow an incident earlier this week involving Arby's manager Angel Mirabel, clerk Kenneth Davenport and Pembroke Pines Sgt. Jennifer Martin.

Davenport allegedly refused to serve the officer.

Sgt. Martin pulled up to the drive-thru to place an order. According to the incident report, Martin said Davenport seemed slightly rude and short with his responses.

When she went up to the window, Mirabel said, "He doesn't want to serve you because you're a police officer."

Wednesday, September 2, 2015



Teen hit by stray bullet while sitting on porch at Pine Hills home?

Deputies said they believe the teen was hit by a stray bullet and was not targeted.

The other teen was not injured.

Posted: 4:41 a.m. Wednesday, Sept. 2, 2015

"Floridians Beware,"

this teen was just sitting on his porch after school talking to a friend when they hear a pop!

They heard the pop (noise) and he has relatively little damage considering, so it might have been a pistol?

Fast forward to next month when 1600 gun toting people, hell bent on killing a Black Bear.

If they do not make a mistake!

"Therein Lies The Rub!"

You should know that not many, if any, of those crazed 'Hunters' will be using a pistol, they will be using shot guns and/or high powered rifles with a scope and a silencer!

Lots of luck knowing when or where those bullets will be coming from?

A bullet coming from one of those can travel up to 5 miles or more.

As of August 21, 2015 1,430 bear hunting permits to hunt 320 bears?