Stuart (WTFF) – A homeless Florida man allegedly asked an officer if he wanted to share a joint.
Anthony D. Rocha, age 48, was going about his day like most Floridians; getting high and going to Publix.
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ROYAL PALM BEACH – A Palm Beach Gardens man allegedly started an altercation with a Publix Super Market store manager, then fought with Palm Beach County sheriff’s deputies when they attempted to handcuff him, according to an arrest report. Full Story »
One day, someone in Florida will make a rap song about Publix, and it will break the internet.
In the middle of the night on September 24, 2017, a Cape Coral officer was doing a routine check around the Publix Super Market at Santa Barbara Centre. Full Story »
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When you think of grandmas going grocery shopping, it’s normal to imagine gentle women cutting out coupons and writing checks as they hold up the line. It’s normal to imagine mild-mannered sweetness emanating from them, disarming your frustration and making you smile at the slight inconvenience of being stuck behind them at the checkout lane.
This is Florida though, and we are anything but normal. Full Story »
A woman in Key Largo thought she had a perfectly good reason to leave her toddler alone in a car at Publix while she went shopping on a Sunday night.
When deputies asked her why she left her 1-year-old baby alone in the car while she perused the produce aisle, she told them this:
“This is Key Largo. Nothing happens in Key Largo.”
After a man yelled at him in a Publix parking lot, a 70-year-old suburban Tequesta man is accused of confronting him in the check-out line and lifting his shirt to show his gun.
Tequesta police arrested Lazare Cohen on Thursday on charges of improper exhibit of a firearm and aggravated assault with a deadly weapon, a police report said. During a brief court hearing on Friday, a judge set his bond at $3,000. He remained in jail as of Friday afternoon.
A man told police that he was walking with his girlfriend through the parking lot to the Publix on 500 North US Highway 1 when a silver Dodge Caravan sped past them, nearly hitting them, the Palm Beach Post reports. The man yelled out, “slow down (explicit).”
At the checkout line, the driver came up to the man, lifting his shirt to show a pistol and said, “You are a (explicit) and that he was all talk,” according to a Tequesta Police Department arrest report. Then, the man left.
Cohen told police that he approached the man calmly to ask “if the yelling and cursing in the parking lot was necessary,” the report said. He said the man told him, “Get the (explicit) out of my face” and took a step forward. Full Story »