On January 15, three men allegedly drew guns and shot into and around a car in Alachua, attempting to kill the people inside. Five people were injured, including two toddlers.
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Alachua County Sheriff’s Office and Gainesville Police arrested two Gainesville residents July 11 for allegedly committing multiple burglaries.
Gainesville Police arrested a local resident Monday evening for allegedly kicking and scratching officers when they arrested him for earlier domestic battery charges.
When Gainesville Police officer Ed Ratliff and his K-9 partner, Ace, patrolled along Southeast Eighth Avenue, they weren’t expecting to find their first suspect as a solo team.
Gainesville Police arrested a 19-year-old Lake City man Thursday for allegedly sexually battering a minor at The Oaks Mall.
Eight men sat along a wooden table. In front of them, 96 hot dogs waited. Behind them, a golden trophy and a belt fit for a champion motivated them. They were eating to win.
She protested separation of immigrant families. Hours later, she feared being separated from her own family.
Sofia Palacios was petrified. No one had come to ask for her side of the story as she sat inside a cell of an immigration detention center.
Alachua County Sheriff’s Office arrested a couple Sunday morning for allegedly smoking crack cocaine while their child was in the car.
Gainesville Police arrested a man Tuesday for allegedly raping a woman in May.
Gainesville Police arrested a man in their station lobby Thursday night after he allegedly threatened to kill the officers.
Gainesville Police arrested a man Monday night for threatening to throw a large rock at an officer and later threatening a nurse.
Gainesville Police arrested a man Tuesday night for beating a man with a milk crate.
Gainesville police arrested a man late Saturday for driving under the influence and spitting on a nurse who was treating him.James Rogers, 33, was driving while allegedly under the influence of alcohol at around 11:30 p.m. According to the arrest report, a GPD officer stopped Rogers’ car because he was driving at night with no headlights. Rogers was also drifting and hitting his brakes for no apparent reason.Instead of pulling into nearby parking lots, the officer noted that Rogers stopped his car in the road and drove touching the curb. He called for another officer after noting the smell of alcohol and Rogers’ slow and lethargic movements, bloodshot watery eyes, slurred speech and drooling.
An overnight search led to the arrest of a man who is allegedly involved in a child homicide investigation Monday morning.
High Springs Police arrested a woman Friday afternoon for allegedly trying to stab a man for mowing her neighbor’s lawn.
An Allegiant Air flight made an emergency landing Thursday morning in Gainesville due to a medical emergency.Flight 1304 landed at the Gainesville Regional Airport at 8:39 a.m. The plane departed from Cincinnati/Northern Kentucky International Airport about two hours prior, according to FlightAware, a flight-tracking website. The original destination was headed to Punta Gorda, Florida.Gainesville Fire Rescue received a call at 8:24 a.m. and were told that a crew member was having a medical emergency. According to Gainesville Fire’s Twitter, the pilot suffered from a seizure. GFR District Chief Don Campbell declined to elaborate on the patient’s condition.
Gainesville police arrested two young men on Memorial Day for allegedly breaking into someone’s home and stealing their dog.A witness saw Kaylan Gandy, 22, and Deven Collins, 21, allegedly knocking on the front door of a house along Northwest Eighth Avenue. According to the report, they tried to turn the door knob, but it seemed to be locked.The witness stated she lost sight of Gandy and Collins when they walked around to the back of the house. While they were out of sight, she reportedly heard four “pops” that sounded like glass breaking.
A man and woman were arrested Friday afternoon for allegedly committing a string of car burglaries around Alachua County in late April.
High Springs Police arrested a Gainesville native Wednesday night for allegedly stabbing someone in an argument.
Update: This story has been updated to reflect that the charges against Anthony Gaylor were dropped as of Feb. 12, 2020.