Florida Man Busted for Hit-and-Run with a 26-Foot Sailboat

James Sowell

Palm Beach Gardens (WTFF) – Palm Beach County Deputies say a Titusville man was driving a 26-foot sailboat when he hit another vessel in the Intracoastal Waterway near Palm Beach Gardens and fled the scene.

James Sowell was out riding his blue sailboat with a red kayak on the side on Wednesday, November 28, 2017.

He’s from Titusville, which is over 150 miles away from where he was spotted.
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Palm Beach Woman Offers to Tap Dance During Sobriety Test

Honore DUI

Palm Beach (WTFF) – A woman in Palm Beach got a DUI after downing a bottle of white wine, driving her BMW, and offering to tap dance for the arresting officers.

Honore Ryan is a 59-year-old Florida Woman.

Last week, she finished off a bottle of white wine and hopped into her 2014 BMW.

Being a typical Floridian, she was driving around after twilight with no lights on.
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Cadet Steals his Dad’s Police Car, Pulls Over Ex and her New Boyfriend

Christopher Combs

Christopher Combs is a real “son of a cop.” He’s 22 years old, lives in Boynton Beach, and works as a cadet in the Palm Beach County Sheriff’s Office… the same office his daddy works at as a lieutenant.

On Saturday, around midnight, Christopher and two of his buddies were driving in a pickup truck on Loxahatchee Road in northwestern Broward County.
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Teen accused of raping neighbor, offering yardwork to make amends

Timothy Adam Walding

BOYNTON BEACH – An 18-year-old suburban Boynton Beach man is being held at the Palm Beach County Jail without bond after he allegedly raped his neighbor, according to an arrest report.

After the assault, Timothy Adam Walding asked the woman if he could make it up to her by doing yardwork, the sheriff’s office report said.

Walding, of suburban Boynton Beach, is facing three counts of sexual assault with a weapon and one count each of burglary and false imprisonment.
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Drug Induced Hallucinations Compel Florida Couple to Call Police

Tatum Guyer James Turner

JUPITER FARMS – A woman called 911 Monday afternoon. Three men were on her Jupiter Farms driveway, she told a dispatcher. One had a rifle. Another was trying to enter the home.

What Palm Beach County Sheriff’s Office authorities first thought was a home invasion turned out to be that woman’s cocaine- and Xanax-fueled hallucination, records state. Full Story »