Port St. Lucie Police Detective Arrest Suspect on 5 Counts of Animal Cruelty
Post Date: 12/01/2017
On December 1, 2017, Port St. Lucie Police Detectives arrested a female suspect pursuant to an outstanding warrant on 5 five counts of animal cruelty after it was discovered that there were five Pit Bull dogs left in her home on N.W. Ever Road. These animals were severely malnourished and neglected by the female suspect.
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This afternoon, Assistant Chief Richard Del Toro and Lieutenant John Scott met with Cathy Allore, M.Ed, from the Florida Atlantic University Center for Autism and Related Disabilities to discuss new programs and partnership opportunities to raise awareness for autism. #AutismSpeaks
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We are pleased to announce that we have been recognized as a Safest City in the United States by Safe Home. Port St. Lucie ranked third in the state of Florida and in the top 100 across the nation. Safe Home states that a Safe City is built by communities working together toward everyone's safety and protection.
We are proud to add this accolade to our growing list! See them all here:
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UPDATE..all lanes of traffic now open
PSLPD investigating traffic crash, motorcycle vs car at the intersection of SE Walton Rd and SE Lennard Rd. Preliminary investigation revealed that the motorcyclist was traveling north on SE Lennard Rd turning west on to SE Walton Rd. At the same time a car was traveling south on SE Lennard Rd at the intersection of SE Walton Rd. The two vehicles collided in the intersection. The motorcyclist was airlifted to a local hospital with unknown injuries. Expect traffic delays at this intersection as the S/B lanes on Lennard Rd from Walton Rd are temporarily closed during the investigation.