In 1976, James Sullivan married Atlanta socialite Lita McClinton, and the two moved to glamorous Palm Beach. Lita proved an impediment to James’s obsession with social climbing, and their marriage fell apart. One morning, a man delivering flowers shot and killed Lita. It would take 14 years to crack the case and bring her conniving husband to trial.
On November 1, 1999, Daniel Conahan was executed for a series of murder-mutilations of gay men on Florida’s Gulf Coast called the Hog Trail Murders.
Florida linebacker Antonio Morrison was arrested this week for barking at a police dog.
Miami-Dade Officer Vicki Thomas caught Jessica Robles in the parking lot of a South Florida Publix with $300 worth of unpaid for groceries. She asked “Why would you do that? What would make you do that?” The surprisingly candid reply came, “My children are hungry.”
On September 27, 2013, officers got a call about a domestic incident. They arrived to find an upset and hyperventilating Giovanna Borge, 19, outside the apartment. It didn’t take much prompting to find out that she had just shot her boyfriend of one year — with a water pistol.
Two murder convicts who orchestrated their release from prison using forged documents are back under lock and key in Florida today after an extensive manhunt.
A grieving Sarasota man caused the evacuation and temporary shutdown of the Westfield Southgate Mall when he lovingly sprinkled his fiancée’s cremains in various locations of sentimental value to the couple.
A judge’s signature forged on court a court document meant two violent convicted killers got to walk out of a Florida prison. A manhunt for the men is underway.
On returning home October 14, 2013, Roger Sartori’s daughter and her boyfriend found Sartori, 53, of Hernando County Florida, talking to himself and to people who weren’t there. So they ignored him and started getting ready for bed. Then is got crazy.
Convicted on October 10, 1990, Edward Humphrey was the prime suspect in the brutal and bloody Gainsville Ripper murders until Danny Rolling was sentenced in 1994. Until then his name was never cleared, nor did he receive any public apology for the pain and anguish inflicted on him and his family. The day Humphrey was convicted, Rolling sent his mother a Christmas card.