Sunday, February 19, 2017

Brevard County Arrest Mugshots February 17, 2016


 
Joseph EDWARD Brown
White/Male DOB:09/03/1990
Address:Cocoa, FLORIDA
Arrest Location:, Titusville
Out of State Fugitive

Monday, February 13, 2017

Brevard County Arrest Mugshots February 12, 2017



Crystal Michelle Bankston
White/Female DOB:09/07/1980
Address:MELBOURNE, FLORIDA
Arrest Location:, Palm Shores
Agg Battery Domestic Viol

Brevard County Arrest Mugshots February 11, 2017


Teri Fay Armstrong
White/Female DOB:09/17/1991
Address:Melbourne, FLORIDA
Arrest Location:, Cocoa
Robbery Sudden Snatch WO Firearm or Weapon
VOP On Site

Friday, February 10, 2017

Titusville Man Wins $1 Million On Florida Lottery Scratch-Off


TITUSVILLE, Florida - The Florida Lottery announced that 50-year-old Christopher Lewis of Titusville claimed a $1 million prize in the $10,000,000 FORTUNE Scratch-Off game at Florida Lottery Headquarters in Tallahassee.


Lewis chose to receive his winnings as a one-time, lump-sum payment of $792,000.00. He purchased his winning ticket from Kwik Stop Food Store, located at 530 Cheney Highway in Titusville.

"I picked up the Scratch-Off ticket last night," said Lewis. "When I realized I had a winning ticket on my hands, I knew there was no way I was going to be able to get any sleep!"

The $25 Scratch-Off game features more than $623 million in total cash prizes including 46 prizes of $1 million and four prizes of $10 million. The game's overall odds of winning are one-in-2.88.

Photo credit: Florida Lottery

Wednesday, February 1, 2017

Free Recycled Paint In Brevard County March 11

Paint can

BREVARD COUNTY, Fla. -- Recycled paint will be available to residents of Brevard County at five Richard Paint stores and one Ace Hardware store  beginning Saturday, March 11.

The paint is free to homeowners in limited quantities only. Homeowners will be able to receive up to 10 gallons of one color for the shell of the house, up to three gallons of a second color for trim.

Paint will be available on a first come first served basis only. Proof of home ownership will be required in order to obtain paint (i.e. valid driver’s license with the current residential address or property tax notice). The recycled paint is available in five colors and one floor paint.



COLORS

Off white (Misty Shores)
Gray (Mountain Hideaway)
Green (Lazy Days)
Light Beige (Florida Sunset)
Dark Beige (Love of Life)
Texture floor paint (Gray)

Available at the following locations only – Saturday, March 11, 2017.

Richard’s Paint

2900 Post Road, Melbourne
1510 Cheney Highway, Titusville
1950 Viera Boulevard, Viera
5000 Stack Road, Suite A-1, Palm Bay
230 East Merritt Island Causeway (520) Merritt Island

Ace Hardware

Ace Hardware/Beach Discount Plumbing/Supply, 866 North Highway A1A, Indialantic


For more information regarding the recycled paint call 633-1888, 633-2042 or visit www.brevardcounty.us/swr

Image Credit: English Wikipedia / Daniel Case

Titusville Man Killed In Crash On Columbia Boulevard


TITUSVILLE, Florida - A 27-year-old Titusville man has died as a result of injuries he sustained in a crash that occurred on US-1 just north of Columbia Boulevard (State Road 405).

The man was driving a 2008 Honda Civic southbound on US-1 while approaching the southbound exit ramp to Columbia Boulevard around 1 a.m. on Monday, February 1, 2017.


According to the Florida Highway Patrol, the driver failed to negotiate the curve as the Honda entered onto the exit ramp. The Honda then traveled off the paved portion of the roadway and onto a grassy shoulder before finally striking a tree. The Honda was torn apart and the driver was ejected by the force of the impact.

The driver's identity has not been released pending next-of-kin notification.

The crash remains under investigation.


Florida Institute of Technology Warns Students Not To Fly Internationally


MELBOURNE, Florida - The Florida Institute of Technology has issued an advisory warning students to not fly internationally following an Executive Order signed by President Donald J. Trump on Friday titled "Protecting the Nation From Foreign Terrorist Entry Into the United States" which temporarily bans entry of foreign nationals from seven countries that are linked to terrorism.

"I am aware that there are questions and concerns related to President Trump's recent executive order concerning immigration, wrote FIT President, T. Dwayne McCay. "Indeed, the university administration is monitoring this unfolding situation very closely, and will communicate with and support any affected members of our campus community as needed. At the moment, we all have more questions than answers."


" ... We are a university that embraces diversity and strives to prepare students for global citizenship. This has been fundamental to our mission dating to the earliest days of this school," McCay continued. "We have only enhanced and strengthened this commitment since then, rising now to be recognized as the most internationally diverse undergraduate population of any university in the United States."

The travel ban affects foreign nationals from Iran, Iraq, Libya, Sudan, Somalia, Syria, and Yemen.


Just last year, a former international student who attended FIT was sentenced to 18 months in federal prison for possession of a firearm and ammunition by an unlawful alien. However, that student, Hamid Mohamed Ahmed Ali Rehaif, was a United Arab Emirates national - a country that is not on the travel ban list.

According to evidence presented at trial, Rehaif was admitted into the United States in 2013 under a student visa in order to attend FIT. After completing three semesters, he was academically dismissed in December 2014.  As a result, Rehaif became an unlawful alien when he failed to immediately depart the United States.

Following an investigation by U.S. Immigration and Customs Enforcement’s Homeland Security Investigations and the Federal Bureau of Investigation, law enforcement agents made contact with Rehaif at a hotel in Melbourne where federal officials say he had been living for two months, paying more than $11,000 in cash for room fees.

During that time, Rehaif possessed firearms and ammunition at a local shooting range in Melbourne, Florida. In addition, he provided ammunition to two hotel employees as “gifts.” At the sentencing hearing, the Court found that Rehaif had illegally purchased three other firearms.

Photo credit: FIT

Brevard County Arrest Mugshots February 1, 2017




RAQUEL MELODY ARMFIELD
White/Female DOB:02/07/1996
Address:Palm Bay, FLORIDA
Arrest Location:, Cocoa
Contempt of Court Misdemeanor

Tuesday, January 31, 2017

Brevard County Arrest Mugshots January 31, 2017


Denise Elizabeth Andersen
White/Female DOB:05/24/1974
Address:Merritt Island, FLORIDA
Arrest Location:, Merritt Island
FTA Felony
VOP On Site

Monday, January 30, 2017

Brevard County Man Arrested For DUI Seven Times


MELBOURNE, Florida - A 46-year-old Brevard County man is facing his seventh DUI arrest after a Melbourne police officer observed a tan Ford SUV run a stop sign at the intersection of McClendon Avenue and Avocado Avenue just after midnight on Monday in Melbourne, Florida.

Brevard County Arrest Mugshots January 30, 2017



Yvonne Annette Baker
White/Female DOB:05/21/1973
Address:Titusville, FLORIDA
Arrest Location:, Titusville
Trespass Fail Leave Property Upon Order of Owner

Sunday, January 29, 2017

Brevard County Arrest Mugshots January 28-29, 2017



Mark Anthony Alvarez
White/Male DOB:05/27/1982
Address:Ocoee, FLORIDA
Arrest Location:, Port Canaveral
Out of County Arrest Warrant

Palm Bay Man Killed In Brevard County Crash


BREVARD COUNTY, Florida - The Florida Highway Patrol reported that a 34-year-old Palm Bay, Florida man died as a result of injuries he sustained in a crash that occurred on I-95 at 2:50 a.m. near the interchange with Palm Bay Road.


Troy Hudson was driving a 2008 Nissan northbound on I-95 when, for an unknown reason, the driver lost control and the Nissan left the roadway. The front of the Nissan struck a light pole, continued along the shoulder of the road, and then struck a cement post.

A passenger in the Nissan, 35-year-old Melissa Hudson, also of Palm Bay, is in serious condition at Holmes Regional Medical Center in Melbourne, Florida.

Both the driver and passenger were wearing their seat belts at the time of the crash.
The crash remains under investigation.

Map credit: Google

Brevard County Arrest Mugshots January 27, 206



Ron Ray Anderson
White/Male DOB:05/02/1980
Address:Merritt Island, FLORIDA
Arrest Location:, Cocoa
Remanded on Felony Charges

Thursday, January 26, 2017

Brevard County Arrest Mugshots January 26, 2017



Crystal Ellen Adams
White/Female DOB:11/08/1969
Address:Melbourne, FLORIDA
Arrest Location:, Cocoa
FTA Felony