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Shoplifters Arrested After Stealing Spree

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Two women have been arrested after allegedly stealing $15,000 in merchandise on a stealing spree that covered three stores. The shoplifters allegedly filled tote bags with merchandise, dumped the merchandise in a vehicle, and then attempted to re-enter the building with empty tote bags to steal more merchandise. The stolen items included toiletries, medicine,… Read More »


Understanding DUI Probation

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Probation plays a significant role in how the State of Florida handles DUI. The probation is there to discourage the driver from driving under the influence of drugs or alcohol a second time. It also helps identify those with a serious addiction problem that may be contributing to their bad decisions. DUI probation is… Read More »


Navigating The Bathroom Bill For Transgender Floridians

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Governor Ron DeSantis passed a number of anti-transgender bills that appear to violate Title VII of the Civil Rights Act. While Donald Trump was still in office, the Supreme Court ruled that gender identity and gender nonconformity were both covered by gender protections outlined in the Civil Rights Act. Essentially, the Supreme Court ruled… Read More »


Understanding Roadside Sobriety Tests

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Police officers administer numerous types of roadside sobriety tests, but only three are officially authorized by the National Highway Traffic Safety Administration (NHTSA). Those are the Horizontal Gaze Nystagmus, the walk and turn, and the one-legged stand. Unlike breathalyzer testing, you have a right to refuse roadside sobriety tests. This is because they give… Read More »


Port St. Lucie Man Faces Federal Charges For Child Pornography

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The issues facing law enforcement efforts to stop the distribution and proliferation of child pornography have just gotten harder in recent years. Today, encrypted social media and messaging apps provide users with a means of distributing child pornography clandestinely. With the advent of AI image generation, it’s becoming more difficult for law enforcement to… Read More »


No Charges Filed Against Father-In-Law After Shooting Death

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A Fort Pierce man has escaped charges after prosecutors cited Florida’s Stand Your Ground law. However, the two men were related. The man who was shot was the son-in-law of the man who did the shooting. The shooter claimed that he discharged his weapon after a four-man family brawl broke out and one of… Read More »


Four Face Charges Over Theft Of 19 Bulldogs

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Four Port St. Lucie teenagers are facing charges related to the theft of 19 Bulldog puppies valued at over $100,000, according to police. They are facing charges related to grand theft, burglary, and dealing in stolen property after one of the dogs was sold. Police executed a search warrant of the defendant’s home and… Read More »


Couple Arrested For Burglary Of Asian-Owned Businesses

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A Port St. Lucie couple is in jail after being arrested on charges of burglarizing two homes owned by Asian-American business owners. It is unclear if the burglaries targeted the homeowners because they were Asian or if it was merely coincidental. Both houses were cased prior to the burglary attempt, according to authorities, and… Read More »


Florida Men Arrested With Stolen Catalytic Converters

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Two Port St. Lucie officers announced the arrests of two men with 13 stolen catalytic converters. It was the most stolen catalytic converters ever recovered by the department at one time, according to police. The issue underscores a growing threat to American drivers involving catalytic converter thefts. Indeed, the issue has become a growing… Read More »


St. Lucie County Woman Gets Probation For Controlled Substance Fraud

By Eighmie Law Firm, P.A. |

Attempting to acquire a controlled substance by means of fraud is a crime. In fact, it’s a felony. One woman traveled all the way from Palm Beach County to Port St. Lucie to present forged prescriptions to pharmacists. The woman was attempting to get pills for ADHD. These include notable drugs such as Ritalin,… Read More »

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