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Missing and Endangered 68 year-old man from Port St. Lucie, Oscar Rodriquez, located in Fort Pierce
Post Date: 04/11/2018
The Port St. Lucie Police Department received notification that Mr. Oscar Rodriquez was located in Fort Pierce. Mr. Rodriquez walked into the Fort Pierce Police Department, said he went for a walk and became lost. Fort Pierce Police Department recovered Mr. Rodriquez and his family has been notified.
The Port St. Lucie Police Department would like to thank the public for assisting us in attempting to locate Mr. Rodriguez and the Fort Pierce Police Department in his recovery.
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Jun 24 No information for likes
For Immediate Release:
SUBJECT: Port St. Lucie Police investigating shooting at the Waterleaf Townhomes Apartments
On June 24, 2019 at around 12:30 am, Port St. Lucie Police went to the Waterleaf Townhomes Apartments (1920 -95 SE Hillmoor Drive, Port St Lucie, FL), for reports of a shooting involving two fatalities. Initial information provided to police revealed the suspect (28-year-old, Hispanic female, Alyssa Marie Torres) is involved and fled the scene in a 2005 Toyota Rav4, Silver in color bearing a Florida Tag of KPD -T14. Alyssa Marie Torres is believed to be ARMED and DANGEROUS.
St. Lucie County Fire/Rescue responded to the scene and transported one victim to a nearby hospital for non-life-threatening medical treatment.
Police Detectives are currently on scene investigating the circumstances involving the shooting. Will update as additional information becomes available.
Responding media is requested to stage across the street from the Waterleaf Townhomes Apartments- 1920-95 SE Hillmoor Drive, Port St Lucie, FL.
Police are asking the public if they have any information /whereabouts of Alyssa Marie Torres or her vehicle (2005 Toyota Rav4), to contact the Port St. Lucie Police Department at (772) 871-5001 or Treasure Coast Crime Stoppers at 1-800-273-TIPS.
Jun 24 No information for likes
GREAT ARREST PSLPD!!!
Loitering and Prowling; Auto Burglar caught and arrested by PSL Police....
On June 18, 2019, Port St. Lucie Police arrested 42-year-old Arian Jimenez Camejo (DOB 2/23/1977, 155 W 5th Street, Hialeah, FL) on charges of Auto Burglary (7cnts), Possession of a Weapon by Convicted Felon, Possession of Cocaine, Possession of Controlled Substance, and Possession of Marijuana. Police also arrested 32-year-old Nelson Anselno Cruz (DOB 8/4/1986, 3131 NW 100th Street, Miami, FL) on charges of Loitering /Prowling, Possession of Cocaine, and Possession of Controlled Substance. The auto burglaries occurred in the Hotel Parking Lot (Residence Inn Marriott -1920 SW Fountainview Blvd, PSL) during the early morning hours of June 18, at around 3:30 am.
On June 18, 2019 at around 3:10 am, police patrolled the area of 1920 SW Fountainview Blvd. and observed Arian Jimenez Camejo hiding under a Ford F250 work truck in the parking lot of the Residence Inn Marriott. Arian Jimenez Camejo fled at the sight of police but was later located in the general area; in the driver seat of a 2014 bronze Hyundai Accent; pretending to be asleep. The subsequent investigation revealed that multiple F-Series and Chevy work trucks had been burglarized and the tools taken from the vehicles were located next to each burglarized vehicle to be picked up later. Nelson Anselno Cruz was a passenger in the 2014 Hyundai Accent and appeared to have been sleeping. As police continued their investigation, they discovered drugs, a handgun and two face masks. Both Arian Jimenez Camejo and Nelson Anselno Cruz were arrested and booked into the St. Lucie County Jail.
Police are asking for residents to please secure/lock your vehicles and do not leave valuables in plain view.
Jun 22 No information for likes
The Port St Lucie Police Department sends a SPECIAL THANK YOU to Retired Police Officer Laura Tartaglione with HONORBANDS (non-profit organization) for donating badge shrouds with #352 depicted on the band to pay respect to our fallen Officer Steve Brown. We as a whole can’t thank you enough for how you touched the hearts of every member within our police department. Thank you for all you do for our fallen brothers and sisters. #HonorBands