31, Jan 2015 - Volusia, FL Man gets life sentence for killing women who raised him
OCALA, Fla. (AP) — A north Florida man has been sentenced to life in prison for killing two women who helped raise him and injuring another woman.
31, Jan 2015 - Volusia, FL Judge sentences former deputy to 25 years in child sex case
A former Florida deputy is heading to prison for 25 years for his role in a child sex case.
30, Jan 2015 - Daytona Beach, FL George Zimmerman Released From Jail After Domestic Violence Arrest, Told To Stay Out Of Florida Cou
George Zimmerman, who was acquitted in 2013 of second-degree murder in the death of 17-year-old Trayvon Martin, was released Saturday morning on $5,000 bond and told to stay out of Volusia County, Florida, according to Daytona Beach, Florida's WFTV-TV. The former Sanford, Florida, neighborhood watch captain was arrested Friday night for aggravated assault and domestic violence with a weapon.
29, Jan 2015 - Volusia, FL Company's struggles highlight challenges of inmate care
Months after he landed in Florida's Manatee County Jail, Jovon Frazier's pleas for treatment of intense pain in his left shoulder were met mostly with Tylenol. "I need to see a doctor!" he wrote ...
05, Apr 2014 - Volusia, FL Man gets life for fatally shooting ex-girlfriend
A central Florida man has been sentenced to life in prison for killing his ex-girlfriend after she kicked him out of her house.
04, Apr 2014 - Volusia, FL Volusia County jury finds mentally disabled man guilty of shooting father
A mentally disabled man has been convicted of fatally shooting his adoptive father in central Florida. A Volusia County jury found 23-year-old Marcus White guilty of manslaughter Wednesday. The Daytona Beach News-journal reports that White faces up to 30 years in prison, but the judge could give him less. Authorities say White fatality shot his sleeping father, Douglas White, in June 2011 in the ...
01, Apr 2014 - Volusia, FL 5 Things to Know in Florida for March 20
Your daily look at news, upcoming events and the stories that will be talked about today. The head of Miami-Dade County's Crime Stoppers program could get jail time for contempt of court over his refusal to divulge details about an anonymous tip.