Former WWE Wrestler Arrested for CVS Robbery

Former WWE Wrestler Arrested for CVS Robbery

According to a police report from the St Johns County Sheriff's Office, Travis David Tomko, 38, robbed a CVS pharmacy at 175 State Road 312. Tomko is a former American professional wrestler, known by his ring name "Tomko," according to the WWE website. 

Man Accused in Sexual Abuse of Young Girl

Man Accused in Sexual Abuse of Young Girl

A 66-year-old man is in jail in St. Johns County, accused of sexually abusing a minor.

Masked Burglary Suspects Nabbed

Masked Burglary Suspects Nabbed


According to a statement from St. Johns County Sheriff's Office spokesperson Kevin Kelshaw, three Hastings men were arrested on charges of burglary Thursday afternoon on the 4000 block of Chester Street in Flagler Estates.

Copper Thieves Leave Downtown Business Owners HOT

Copper Thieves Leave Downtown Business Owners HOT

PALATKA, FL- Over the course of the last few weeks there was a string of vandalisms/burglaries across the Downtown Palatka area. The thieves were only after one thing though, copper, and took their time taking only that, bringing the tools they needed to disassemble air-conditioning and refrigeration units and leaving business owners and residents in the area HOT.

Sometime late in the night September 21st or early in the morning the 22nd the copper thieves took their toll on The American Legion Bert Hodge Post 45. They disassembled two 5 ton air conditioning units, taking the copper from the inside and leaving the rest behind. They also stole all the copper gas lines that were used for heating and cooking at the Post according to Commander Chuck Frames.

Report Shows Inconsistencies in 96-year-old Murder Suspect's Story

ST. AUGUSTINE, Fla. -- The woman arrested for shooting her nephew to death said she had warned him earlier.

The police report from the St. Augustine Police Department details the conversation officers had with 96-year-old Amanda Rice Stevenson.

The shooting happened Sunday night on John Street.  Stevenson said she and her nephew, 57-year-old John Rice, were the only ones in the house.

The police report indicates she told officers she was sitting in her bedroom when Rice stood in her doorway with something in his hand.


Neighbors: 96-year-old Murder Suspect Didn't Want to go to a Home

ST. AUGUSTINE, Fla. -- The 96-year-old woman arrested for killing her nephew will remain in jail with no bond.

The shooting happened Sunday night at a home on John Street, though it was initially reported as a heart attack.

Police found 53-year-old John W. Rice on the floor of a bedroom with evidence of a shooting.

According to Officer Mark Samson with the St. Augustine Police Department, investigators determined Rice's aunt, 96-year-old Amanda Rice Stevenson, had shot him once with a .357 magnum.  She was in another bedroom when police were in the home.

Neighbors like Debra Dillinger are calling this a tragedy. 

"It's really sad because he's a nice man," said neighbor Debra Dillinger.  "He's helped us and we've helped him over the years."

Several people who live nearby said the family was working to put Stevenson into a nursing home because she had become combative and angry.