Wednesday Wanted: Abel Armando Sastre Guillen
Wednesdays Wanted: Marquis Antonio Hodge
Wednesdays Wanted: Jovonnie Jaqua Perry
Wednesdays Wanted: Jose Luis Diaz Jr.
Wednesday Wanted: Chad Christopher Moore
Wednesdays Wanted: Eric Qyshawn Stephens
Wednesdays Wanted: Theodore Lee Williams
Wednesdays Wanted: Jose Carlos Fernandez III
Wednesdays Wanted: Keuris Amir Santos
Wednesdays Wanted: Robert Lee Dixon III
Wednesdays Wanted: Jeremy Joseph Lopez
WEDNESDAYS WANTED: Michael T. Katich
WEDNESDAYS WANTED: Guadalupe Munizvega
Wednesday's Wanted: Radio host mourns daughter
Wednesdays Wanted: James Fears & James Valera
WEDNESDAY'S WANTED: Daniel Lorenzo White
WEDNESDAYS WANTED: Anthony Alfonso Chapple
WEDNESDAYS WANTED: Christopher Ponce
Crime Stoppers cold case: Eddie Ivy
Crime Stoppers cold case: Chad Elliott Lynch
Crime Stoppers cold case: Martinez-Rodriguiz
Homicide inside Brandon home overnight
Mom, possibly on flakka, charged with neglect
Spanking leads to Citrus County father's arrest
How many die each year while being arrested?
Dementia and the issue of consent
Iowa case: Dementia and the issue of consent
Feds seek help finding quadruple murder suspect
Man accused of imprisonment, strangulation
Pasco County deputies are searching for a man suspected of binding a woman with duct tape and then beating her.
At Bay Pines, remembering those who sacrificed
The Memorial Day ceremony at the Bay Pines National Cemetery is the largest in our area.
Pool safety tips for summer season
St. Pete Police has saved 6 kids from nearly drowning so far in 2015, prompting a reminder of pool-safety techniques.
Hillsborough deputy shoots at suspect near USF
A Hillsborough County deputy opened fire on a suspect Sunday night after responding to a report of shots fired near USF.
Man steals minivan with kids asleep in car seats
Deputies are looking for the suspect who stole a minivan Sunday night with two kids asleep in their car seats.
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