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Police & Fire
A new video aims to teach people about the need to turn off their vehicles and take their keys with them, when they run into shops or stores in their neighborhood.
Here are calls handled by the St. Petersburg Police from May 1-21, 2013. Click on the icons for details on criminal activity.
Neighbors though that propane cylinders used for a grill might be the cause, but firefighters said that none had exploded.
National Police Week gets under way, with a national "virtual" roll call of the fallen officers in every state. The memorial includes a tribute page to fallen officers in St. Petersburg, Florida.
The women were at Starbucks at Tyrone Square Mall, when one of them dropped a purse, prompting a bullet to fly from a handgun she carried.
The St. Petersburg Police officer was driving at 110 mph in a 40 mph zone when his vehicle struck a curb and flipped over.
Police are asking the public to share any information that might help to identify a suspect or circumstances in the case.
The fire on 17th Avenue North broke out in a two-story building with two apartments.
The 49-year-old man admitted to allegations of engaging in "unconsensual sexual intercourse" with a minor, according to the Pinellas County Sheriff's Office.
A surveillance camera captured a suspect inside an empty home that had been the target of arson. The suspect scrawled on a wall 'Fire Starter' and 'You Never Got Me,' police say.
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