Osceola County (August 3, 2015) - On August 2 at approximately 9:30 p.m., Osceola County Sheriff's deputies responded to Bank of America located at 700 Celebration Avenue in Celebration. Upon arrival, deputies spoke with the victim who indicated she was at her residence in Kissimmee with her two children ages 3 and 7.
Her ex-boyfriend, Ryan Daniel Rodriguez, came to the residence and one of her children allowed him in the house. When she saw Rodriguez, she asked him to leave and he refused.
They became involved in a physical altercation.
Osceola County - On August 1, 2015 at approximately 1:02 am, Osceola County Sheriff's deputies responded to 947 Emerald Green Court in reference to an armed disturbance. Deputies were advised more than 100 people were attending a house party at the location.
Upon arrival, deputies observed at least 50 cars on the street and numerous individuals leaving the residence. As deputies were investigating this incident, they received a call that a deputy was attempting to conduct a traffic stop on a car that left the party, when occupants in the car began firing shots at his vehicle.
It was a very entertaining BOCC meeting on Monday, the 20th. Several people were in attendance when, after the meeting was underway, when someone seated in a back row (yes, it was crowded) called out and said, "we can't hear you", to the current Chairman, Brandon Arrington. He abruptly sat up in his seat and almost swallowed the microphone while speaking so loudly he couldn't be understood. As though he made his point, he simply stated people in the back shouldn't talk while matters were being discussed by the BOCC and speakers were talking. WHY he chose to make himself look badly by his actions is known ONLY to him. Audience members who were seated closer were stunned, as well as offended. Said one unidentified fellow after the meeting, "what the heck was he trying to prove?" by yelling.
After that incident, he later looked completely silly after a vote which turned down applicant Tommy Tompkins' attempt to gain approval for a senior citizen/over 55 condo unit.
Those voting in favor of the project, Commissioners Hawkins and Janeer, said they'd be concerned about what would come next. Rather than seeking the permission for the condos, the developer could possibly build 24 single family homes, which would create much more vehicular traffic, as well as creating an additional drain on public services in the area. Mr. Arrington declared a conflict of interest due to a family member's involvement.
St. Cloud, FL - On Sunday, July 26th, 2015 at 11:30am, members of the St. Cloud Police Department will take the field to play against The Home Depot’s associates (store #6350) in efforts to raise funds for local charities.
The charity event is being held at the Stephanie Leigh
Rothstein Memorial Park; located at 2701 Missouri Avenue St. Cloud, FL 34769. The goal is to raise funds towards the St. Cloud Citizen's Foundation and for the Help Hope Live Organization in honor of Angelise Maldonado, a local child in need of a heart transplant.
Each player will pay a $20.00 entry fee. 100% of all proceeds will benefit these charities. Friends, Family, the community and the local media are invited to attend the friendly competition.
Event tickets are available on game day or in advance for a $5.00 donation for adults/$1.00 for children. Kids 5 and under are free. Advance tickets can be purchased at the St. Cloud Police Department front desk (between 8:00am and 6:00pm).
So, come out and support your favorite team and the local charities within your community.
What: Charity Football Game SCPD vs. Home Depot
When: Sunday, July 26th, 2015 at 11:30am
Where: Stephanie Leigh Rothstein Memorial Park; located at 2701 Missouri Avenue St. Cloud, FL 34769.
Cost: Admission $5.00 adults/$1.00 Children donation. Kids 5 and under are free.
Misc: To learn more and to donate to Angelise and her family please visit: