A Boca Raton man tried to sneak his girlfriend into the half-way house he was staying at by stuffing her into a duffel bag, like that tiny Chinese dude in the Ocean Eleven movies. The man, Jared Mustrat, had been staying at the Boca House, a sober living half-way house for men. Per the rules, Boca ... More >>
New Belgium beers are coming to officially coming to South Florida and when they officially do on July 29, they will be as commonplace as Coors Light. It brings a whole new meaning to "tap the Rockies." But that is to be expected of America's third largest production craft brewery, which joined for ... More >>
On August 10th, 2007, Broward Sheriff's Sgt. Chris Reyka was gunned down with a semi-automatic handgun as he sat in his cruiser at a Walgreens parking lot in Pompano. Today, the Broward County Sheriff's Office has announced that they have a suspect. Broward Sheriff Scott Israel announced Shawn Lab ... More >>
Calvin Butler is in Palm Beach County Jail on a $100,000 bond, after being arrested Tuesday night and charged with practicing medicine without a license. The medicine Butler practiced?Injecting silicone into patients' asses in a West Palm Beach motel and closing the wounds with Krazy Glue. Because ... More >>
Christopher Petterson, a 67-year-old Jupiter dentist, is facing drug trafficking and fraud charges for writing up fake prescriptions under his patients' names and then filling them at pharmacies for himself, according to police. Palm Beach County Sheriff's Office says the jig was up when the office ... More >>
A Walgreens receipt for a box of condoms and a head-butt inside a Smart Car have led the Dolphins to end the Chad Ochocinco/Johnson era in Miami. Just two months after joining his hometown team as a free agent, Johnson was released by the Miami Dolphins following his Saturday night arrest on a domes ... More >>
"The city should pay people back for spending Christmas money on bottled water," said a Walgreen's employee on Sunrise at the checkout. People snaked in lines throughout this store hoarding cases of water in anticipation of days without it. At 10 p.m. over at The Hut, patrons joked about hurrican ... More >>
It's the round-up time of the year. To kick off the a.m., we've culled the national stories on Clean Plate Charlie that got the most clicks for 2011. Read on for everything from the riveting to the ridiculous!
splicetoday.comThat would be Santa puffin' on a cancer stick.Boynton Beach police are looking for a guy who made an ass out of himself stealing $1,300 worth of cigarettes from a Walgreens on Monday.The cops say the man went into the store with a woman who distracted the clerk of the store by ... More >>
LambertiBroward Sheriff Al Lamberti was scheduled to be a celebrity judge for the chili cook-off at a benefit car show held over the weekend for the late Sgt. Chris Reyka, who was shot to death behind a Walgreens store in Pompano Beach while on duty two and half years ago. But ... More >>
Digging into the Florida Elections Commission reports on Broward County Commissioner Stacy Ritter's campaign case and a few things quite literally don't add up. Then again, nothing about Ritter's campaign makes sense. It appears to have been a big-spending free-for-all.   ... More >>
Turnabout is a bitch. Or is it fair play?Whatever. In response to last week's post about the various circles of restaurant critic hell inhabited by legions of Yelpers, Spooners, Chowhounders and other bloggy types, an astute reader pointed out that there are plenty of annoying, ignorant dic ... More >>
The accident on Congress Avenue happened an hour ago. The 10-year-old, who wasn't named in the Boynton Beach Police Department release, has been taken to the trauma center in Delray Beach. It's not safe for adults to be pedestrians in Florida, much less kids.From police spokeswoman Stephanie Slater: ... More >>
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Once a leading gay activist, CenterOne cofounder Gary Steinsmith has fallen on hard times
West Palm planner Joe Minicozzi sure doesn't sound like a bureaucrat
Developer Milton Jones confronts Sistrunk's segregation-induced funk
He's traveled from Appalachia to the Andes and back, but FAU professor Johnny Payne's moral compass always points due South
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Partially paralyzed Michael Creedon depended on Kristina Lewis for everything, including sexual favors. But when he turned his attention to other female employees, she went for his wallet.