Lakeland Linder Airport, Sheriff Ric Bradshaw, Gary Pirates discussed on WIOD Programming


Extended ah, a warning for passengers of rideshare services after a Tampa woman was attacked by a man pretending to be her uber driver. Police. A 30 year old Gary Pirates overheard the victim calling for an uber got into his vehicle pulled up to where she was standing and called her name. Once she was inside, Pyrrhus drove to a parking lot and sexually assaulted her. Really ride share drivers offered this advice and the driver must see message. What's his name? This way? No way would be any conflict. Viruses in jail held on $135,000 bond, a South Florida share of sounding off on a mass controversy in Marion County, the sheriff there is banning employees from wearing mask while on duty. Billy would says the move is to ensure there's clear communication and for identification purposes. Palm Beach County Sheriff Ric Bradshaw disagrees with that policy, saying that pandemic must be taken seriously in the work place, especially in law enforcement. You get one employee whether it's on the road or the jail that has got this test positive you've got according to all the other people that around him and you could lose 30 or 30 people at one time. That's not good, Wood says. Exceptions to the masked and include deputies and schools, jails and courthouses to smash and grab robbery suspects are in the hospital after being shot by an employee. Lee SE two men came into the Pembroke Pines Mall jewelry store around two and immediately started smashing display cases and grabbing merchandise and employees pulled out his concealed weapon and shot both of the suspects. Their condition has not been released. Several buildings at Lakeland Linder airport were evacuated after an employee found a live missile at the facility. Lakeland firefighters, along with the Explosive Ordinance disposal team examined the missile. They determined it wasn't armed with a detonator but still contained explosive. Early voting continues this weekend and county election supervisors say a number of steps have been taken to keep both the voters and poll workers safe with Florida's news. I'm Trey Johnson. For more information about contests on this station, go to w 00 d.

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