Osceola County, Florida – Continuous rain has caused flooding on local roads. Signs have been placed throughout Osceola County to inform the community of standing water. Stay inside until the conditions improve. If you must go out into the rain drive safely.
The following roads have been posted; Pixie Lane, Blackberry Creek Blvd, Commerce Blvd, Pemberly Pines, Orangewood Avenue, Packard Avenue, Crab Grass Road, 441 from Holopaw to Kenansville, Canoe Creek Road, Chardonnay, and Marsh Road.
Osceola County (October 6, 2011) – On October 5, Osceola County Sheriff's deputies discovered a methamphetamine lab at 313 E. Drury Avenue in Kissimmee. The investigation began when patrol deputies received an anonymous tip of a methamphetamine lab at the residence. Deputies made contact with the owner, who indicated she was renting a storage shed in the backyard to John Guthman.
Deputies went into the backyard and located Guthman in the shed. When he opened the door, they could smell a strong odor consistent with an active methamphetamine lab. Guthman allowed deputies into the shed and they discovered materials consistent with a methamphetamine lab.
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Osceola County (October 3, 2011) -- On Saturday, October 29, the Osceola County
Sheriff's Office, in conjunction with the Drug Enforcement Administration (DEA) and
other local law enforcement agencies will participate in a program to remove potentially
dangerous prescription drugs from homes.
The initiative provides an opportunity for citizens to safely turn over expired, unwanted or unused pharmaceutical controlled substances or other medications to law enforcement for destruction. This one-day effort brings national attention to the issue of pharmaceutical controlled substance abuse. This initiative addresses a vital public safety and public health issue. More than seven million Americans currently abuse prescription drugs, according to the 2009 Substance Abuse and Mental Health Administration's National Survey on Drug Use and Health.