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Cold Cases

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Attempt to identify this suspect : One personal credit card and two business cards belonging to Sachs Media were stolen and used at local Targets,

Cold Cases

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The Wakulla County Sheriff’s Office and the Florida Department of Law Enforcement are seeking information regarding the homicide of George “Jody” Kilgore. On the morning

Cold Cases

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In partnership with Big Bend Crime Stoppers, the Tallahassee Police Department is announcing a $4000.00 reward for information which leads to the arrest of the

Wanted Kelvin Sweet
Wanted Persons

Kelvin Sweet

Kelvin Sweet, B/M, 6’02/190, DOB 1/23/1996 Dealing in stolen property, Defrauding a pawn broker and Grand Theft.

Wanted Phillip Strickland
Wanted Persons

Phillip Strickland

Phillip Strickland, W/M, 5’9/135, DOB: 3/27/1985 Criminal use of Credit Card (6 counts) and Grand Theft

Wanted Tinara Spears
Wanted Persons

Tinara Spears

Tinara Spears, B/F, 5’3/120, DOB: 3/15/1998 Fraudulent use of another persons Identity (11 Counts), Fraudulent use of a credit card (10 counts) and Grand Theft

Wanted Laurance McGriff
Wanted Persons

Laurance McGriff

Laurance McGriff, B/M, 5’10/200, DOB: 5/14/1967 Grand Theft By Passing Worthless  Bank Checks

Wanted Andre Kelly
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Andre Kelly

Andre Kelly, B/M ,6’0/190, DOB: 2/20/1985 Felony Burglary, Violation of probation tampering with a witness, Violation of probation

Wanted Persons

Mitzi Ward

Mitzi Ward, W/F, 5’2/128, DOB: 6/30/1980 Failure to appear driving while license revoked (habitual offender), Failure to appear attaching  improper license plate

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Since the start of Crime Stoppers, many calls have been received resulting in thousands of arrests and recovery of substantial amounts of property. Calls have included information about murder, robbery, rape, assaults, drug and firearm offenses.

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