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City of Palm Bay, Crime Reports
Violent Crime:601
Murder And Nonnegligent Manslaughter:2
Forcible Rape:22
Aggravated Assault:480
Property Crime:2,739
Larceny Theft:1,786
Motor Vehicle Theft:145
City of Palm Bay, Census Data
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Total population of residents103,190
White resident population recorded75,265
Black or African American resident population recorded18,475
American Indian and Alaska native resident population recorded474
Asian resident population recorded1,848
Native Hawaiian and other Pacific Islander resident population recorded59
Hispanic or Latino of any race resident population recorded14,572
Resident population of some other race recorded3,381
Resident population of two or more races recorded3,688
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Missing: MARIA MILO (FL)
MARIA MILO, Age Now: 15, Missing: 03/14/2014. Missing From PALM BAY, FL. ANYONE HAVING INFORMATION SHOULD CONTACT: Palm Bay Police Department (Florida) 1-321-952-3456.
March 27 2014 - Source:

FRANCISCO WARREN, Age Now: 17, Missing: 01/25/2014. Missing From MELBOURNE, FL. ANYONE HAVING INFORMATION SHOULD CONTACT: Palm Bay Police Department (Florida) 1-321-952-3456.
February 05 2014 - Source:

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Happening January 28 2014 - Source:

High Springs women vying for artistic recognition
CAROL TATE/ Photo special to Alachua County Today Officers of the High Springs Woman's Club. (L-R): Billie Jo Benedict, Sallie Milner, Windy Phillips, Barbara Miller, Katy Evens, Patti Lamneck, Vicky cox and Lillian Jenkins. HIGH SPRINGS – At the beginning of each year, members of the General Federation of Woman’s Clubs (GFWC) present their best arts and crafts projects for judging on a local level. This year, entries competing in about 50 arts and crafts categories were delivered to the 86-year-old GFWC New Century Woman’s Club meeting house for judging on Wednesday, Jan. 8.       Competitive categories include photography, water color painting, quilting and more.       The results of this year’s judging are to be announced on Thursday, Jan. 9, at the GFWC Woman’s Club monthly luncheon. This is the first step in a larger district, state and, ultimately, a national competition to determine the best arts and crafts projects from woman’s clubs throughout the country.       Brenda Hoffman, of Palm Bay, art chair of the State Convention Exhibit, talked about how much the artists contribute to their communities.       “These women give so much to their community every year, much of which is not recognized,” she said. “This is our way of giving them recognition.”       “The winners get ribbons and bragging rights for a whole year,” she said.       The top local projects will be awarded blue ribbons and will be submitted for judging at the District Five GFWC Arts and Crafts competition in Gainesville on March 1. The first place winners of the Jan. 8 judging in High Springs’ will be judged again at that time, along with the 14 other woman’s and junior woman’s clubs from Alachua, Citrus, Dixie, Gilchrist, Levy and Marion counties, for submittal into the state-level competition.       Winning District Five entrants will travel to Orlando and compete against all other districts in the state GFWC Florida Spring Convention, scheduled for April 25 through April 27.       Last year’s state-wide competition led to the awarding of a third-place ribbon to High Springs’ club member Carole Tate for her handmade crocheted doll, an item she donated to Relay for Life for their fundraising auction.       Ultimately, state-wide blue ribbon winners are chosen to go on to compete nationally at the GFWC Woman’s Club national convention, scheduled this year to be held at the Sheraton Wild Horse Pass Resort and Spa in Chandler, Ariz., on June 21 through June 24.       Judges at all levels are chosen for their artistic abilities, background and talent and cannot be chosen from the Woman’s Club roster. Each judge must be a non-club member in order to qualify.       This year’s local judge is Cootie Coo Creations’ owner Sharon Kantor, whose shop has been a hub for scrapbooking, rubber-stamping and art-related classes in High Springs for the past five years.       Kantor has a Masters in Industrial Arts from Appalachian State University, Boone, N.C., with specialization in drafting, crafts and graphic arts. She taught graphic arts, photography and drafting in Miami before traveling and finally settling in High Springs. Kantor also has been event chair for Relay for Life for the past two years and has created her own line of stamps, known as Kantorkards.       “Every month, a different service program committee conducts a meeting,” said Joyce Hallman, chairman of the Arts Community Service Program this year.       “This month is our turn.”       Kantor will be the featured speaker at the Thursday, Jan. 9, Woman’s Club luncheon and will teach participants how to make their own greeting cards using stamps, buttons and other items for embellishment.       The Arts Community Service Program is chaired by Joyce Hallman and co-chaired by Barbara Bluhm. Committee members are Marion Dolan, Ellie Hubler, Mary Sears, Carole Tate, Liz Taylor, Terry Walsh and Debbie Wolnewitz.       The Woman’s Club’s commitment to the arts dates back to 1894, when a literature committee was established. The committee rapidly grew to encompass programs focusing on arts and music. Clubwomen became known for their support of the arts and are credited with helping to establish the National Gallery of Art in Washington, DC.       The club, which has served High Springs for more than 110 years, is located in the Historic District of High Springs, next door to High Springs City Hall, and currently encourages youth and elder art projects and art shows in the community. #     #     # Email cwalker@
Happening January 15 2014 - Source:

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Happening August 27 2013 - Source:

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Statement from Palm Bay Police Chief Doug Muldoon
"The City has received a notice of intent to sue involving an incident that occurred more than one year ago, on February 26, 2013, in which a police officer, since retired, arrested two individuals on drug-related charges.  This notice, dated February 27, 2014, was the first time the City had received a complaint from anyone involved. The incident transpired in an area known for drug activity ...
April 17 2014 - Source:

Grand jury returns murder charge against Palm Bay man
Palm Bay resident Michael Maxwell, 20, has been charged with first-degree murder. / Brevard County Sheriff's Office VIEREA -- A grand jury returned a first-degree premeditated murder charge Tuesday against Palm Bay resident Michael Maxwell, 20, in the Nov. 24 shooting death of West Melbourne resident James Wynn.
March 11 2014 - Source:

Palm Bay shooting critically wounds victim's attacker at Eastern Florida State College
Posted by Scott T. Smith / CBS12 News PALM BAY, Fla. (AP) - Police say a man was shot and critically wounded at the Palm Bay Campus of Eastern Florida State College.     Palm Bay police report that two men were beating up on another man Thursday afternoon. ...
January 31 2014 - Source:

Palm Bay shooting leaves one wounded at Eastern Florida State College
Story by Victoria Price / CBS 12 News PALM BAY, Fla -- Police say a fight between two brothers and another man resulted in a shooting this afternoon at the Eastern Florida State College campus. Police say all three men were involved in a physical fight in front of the school's main building around 1:30 p. ...
January 30 2014 - Source:

Man, 20, critically wounded in EFSC Palm Bay campus shooting
A text alert was sent out to Eastern Florida students informing them of both the on-campus shooting and the lockdown. / Image: Jarrett Poore PALM BAY — Authorities say a man in his 20s was critically wounded this afternoon after a fight that led to a shooting on the Palm Bay Campus of Eastern Florida State College.
January 30 2014 - Source:

Joshua Lee Werbicki Arrested: Florida Man Allegedly Had Sex With Roommate's Dog [MUG SHOT]
A Florida man was arrested on animal cruelty charges after he allegedly was caught on video having sex with his roommate’s dog. Joshua Lee Werbicki, 22, of Palm Bay, Fla., was arrested Friday at the Papa John’s where he works after his female roommate set up surveillance cameras, Florida Today reported .
January 06 2014 - Source:

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