Two Newberry High School students will be tried as adults in connection to the recent bomb threats at Alachua County Public schools. The two were transferred to the Alachua County Jail Wednesday.
Isabella Douglas is a second-year journalism major and the criminal justice reporter for The Alligator's Metro desk. She previously worked as a news assistant for The Alligator's University team and as a contributing writer for the New Tampa & Wesley Chapel Neighborhood News. When she isn't reporting, she can be found reorganizing her bookshelf and adding books to her ever-growing TBR.
El Departamento de Policía de Gainesville destruirá las armas recolectadas a través del programa de recompraBy Valeria Pagnani and Isabella Douglas | Oct. 20
Solo este año, 45 personas han recibido disparos o han resultado heridas por disparos, según muestran las estadísticas de GPD. Como forma de mitigación, GPD formó consejos de respuesta compuestos por miembros del vecindario y de la comunidad para hacer recomendaciones sobre cómo GPD puede reducir los homicidios y tiroteos en Gainesville.
The Gainesville Police Department released data and discussed updates to its “One Community” plan during a city commission meeting Monday amid increasing gun violence.
Gainesville Police Department responded to reports of multiple shots fired at the intersection of Northeast 16th Avenue and Northeast Waldo Road around 3:30 p.m., a GPD release read. As of Oct. 15, two suspects have been identified.
The chiropractic center, located on 1405 NW 13th St., permanently closed Oct. 11 following sexual abuse allegations made against 67-year-old owner John Johnston.
A Gainesville man died from gunshot wounds early Sunday morning after attending a party near Copeland Park in the city of Alachua.
A man died after being transported from Ben Hill Griffin Stadium to the hospital during the first quarter of the Florida vs. Vanderbilt game Saturday.
Daniel Campbell, 45, was charged Sept. 28 with 12 counts of possession and two counts of distribution of child pornography on Kik Messenger. The app has long been used by child predators despite efforts to bolster security.
Gainesville has seen a 26% increase in gun-related crimes that resulted in injury or death since 2019, according to a Gainesville Police Department spreadsheet.