Update: This story has been updated to reflect that the charges against Anthony Gaylor were dropped as of Feb. 12, 2020.
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A Gainesville woman was arrested Monday for allegedly possessing drugs and paraphernalia and for smuggling drugs, hidden in her pubic area, into a jail.
Florida Highway Patrol arrested a man Sunday after he allegedly collided with another car while driving under the influence with a dog in the car.Jeffery Holland, 58, was driving a gold-colored Saturn when the incident occurred on State Road 26 and NE 47th Street, according to the arrest report. At about 12:15 p.m., the front of the Saturn collided with the rear end of a gray Dodge Ram pickup truck.
A student from Gainesville was charged early Wednesday morning for allegedly stealing a scooter.According to the Gainesville Police Department report, it was around 1:45 a.m. when a Alachua County Sheriff’s Office deputy attempted to conduct a traffic stop on a red scooter. Jalen Kelsey-Patterson reportedly fled from the ASO deputy on the scooter.Kelsey-Patterson, 23, fled to Woodland Park Apartments, located on SE 20th Place, where he allegedly abandoned the scooter and continued on foot. Kelsey-Patterson was the only one on the scooter, according to the arrest report.
A homeless man was arrested Monday morning for the alleged battery of a firefighter.
Gainesville Police arrested a woman on three charges of burglary of an unoccupied conveyance unarmed and one charge of resisting an officer without violence.
Gainesville Police charged a man with allegedly attempting to introduce contraband into a county detention facility Tuesday.
Law enforcement arrested a Gainesville woman charged with robbery of the TD Bank at 7515 W. University Ave. on Tuesday morning.According to the Alachua County Sheriff’s Office, Sacoya Everts, 47, walked into the bank at around 8:50 a.m. After pausing to cover her hands with socks, Everts handed a teller a handwritten note stating, “This is a robbery.”The teller provided her with a stack of money as well as a GPS tracking device, following TD Bank protocol. Everts took the money and placed it in the front of her clothes, according to the ASO’s arrest report.The bank manager, who witnessed the transaction, and the bank teller both activated the silent alarms as Everts walked out the door, the report said. The manager then secured the doors to the bank and saw Everts walk east on West University Avenue until she was out of sight.
A man was shot early Saturday morning after reportedly being involved in a dispute near UF campus. Gainesville Police is currently searching for the shooter, according to a press release.
A collision left a man dead on the intersection of U.S. Highway 441 and County Road 234 on Sunday afternoon.
A man was shot early Saturday morning after reportedly being involved in a dispute near the UF campus. The Gainesville Police Department is currently searching for the shooter, according to the police report.
During her time as a student, Lindsay “Coco” Hames has seen fax turn into email, Tim Tebows’ career come and go and her band’s song feature in the movie “Whip It.”
Sofia Padron pinned a green ribbon to a cork board on Turlington Plaza Monday. She was thinking of her close friends who have struggled with mental illness.
This wasn’t supposed to be Mariam Mohamed’s first rally against sexual violence.
City Commissioner David Arreola remembers sitting at his college graduation ceremony surrounded by his schoolmates. They were all worried, wondering if the time and money they put into their degrees would get them jobs after.
After 12 hours under the sun, Cadet Jett Wright was exhausted. His muscles felt sore after competing in four different sports throughout the day.
Laura Uribe won’t forget her high school sister’s text about the rumor of a school shooter in May.
Da’Kinyah Smith wore her Dr. Seuss inspired paper top hat as she intently listened to classmate Brianna Smith read the book “One Fish, Two Fish, Red Fish, Blue Fish.”
To try to set a Guinness world record, engineering students crouched as they laid down pencil after pencil along the edge of a sidewalk near Plaza of the Americas on Friday.
Soft Chinese music played as a dancer in a flowy red gown and another in a white blouse leapt through the air, holding traditional umbrellas matching their outfits high above their heads.