FIND ‘EM FRIDAY: The Melbourne Police Department is seeking Rashad Mohamed Sharp, 27, for the sale of and possession with intent to sell of cocaine.Terry is 5-feet-5 inches tall and known to frequent the South Melbourne area.
Melbourne police responded to a shooting Saturday at about 3:45 p.m. at the intersection of Carver Street and Walls Street. Melbourne Police Lt. Shawn Eising said that an officer heard the sound of gunshots and located a victim who had been struck by a bullet at the intersection.
Guettie Belizaire, 40, of Melbourne, has been charged with Lewd and Lascivious Molestation of an Elderly Person and Abuse of an Elderly Person.
On March 17, 2019 at approximately 7:30 p.m., an unknown subject removed a shopper’s purse from her shopping cart while inside the store and fled on foot.
The Melbourne Police Department recently held its 11th annual awards ceremony to recognize the police officers, the communications officers and the civilian employees for their outstanding performance, dedication, courage and professionalism during 2018.
Keenan Corey Lawson, 27, is wanted by the Melbourne Police Department for False Imprisonment, Grand Theft and Battery Domestic Violence.
Kadihra Lashay Robinson, 25, is wanted by the Melbourne Police Department for Exploitation of an Elderly Person and Theft from a Person 65 or older. Robinson, 25, is 5-feet-3 inches tall and frequents the Clearlake Road area in Cocoa and the Agora Circle area in Palm Bay.
Students from Croton Elementary School presented certificates of appreciation to the Melbourne Police Department to thank them for providing School Resource Officers and assistance with extra security this school year while the county security plan was being finalized.
Alert Melbourne police officers arrested Quincy Pratt, 23, of Cocoa, who was charged with carrying a concealed firearm after a traffic stop about 1 a.m. Sunday.
The Melbourne Police Department is actively investigating several significant retail thefts from the Macy’s Department Store at the Melbourne Square Mall.
Melbourne voters have approved financing a new police headquarters facility with general obligation bonds. The funds will be used to construct a centralized, efficient, 21st-century police station that will consolidate the all police operations — including the 911-Communications Center and the city’s Emergency Operations Center (EOC) — that are currently split between two buildings located 1.8 miles apart.
The Melbourne Police Department is currently investigating a fatal shooting as a homicide, which occurred Thursday at 2:40 a.m. at 1405 Stewart Avenue.
The Melbourne Police Department and Brevard County Sheriff’s Office have actively researched a claim of a sexual battery that allegedly occurred in the area of Lime Street and Croton Road Saturday night into Sunday morning.
At 5:15 p.m. on Wednesday, Melbourne Fire Rescue units responded to a commercial structure fire at the Old Time Pottery store, located at 1270 N. Wickham Road.
The Melbourne Police Department has open charges on and is seeking Clarence Lakeman who is wanted on charges of Burglary of a Conveyance, Grand Theft, False Verification of Ownership and Dealing in Stolen Property.
The Melbourne Police Department is seeking Archibal Bertfield Clarke, 24, for Violation of Probation Reference Possession of Cocaine. Clarke is 5-feet-6 inches tall and is known to frequent the south Melbourne area. Police urge you to not approach or apprehend Clarke, and if you have any information about his location call CRIMELINE at 1-800-423 TIPS.
Melbourne Police Commander Marc Claycomb was among 228 law enforcement officers that recently graduated from the 273rd Session of the FBI National Academy Program at Quantico, Virginia.
The Melbourne Police Department is seeking James A. Terry, 53, for the sale and possession of cocaine. Terry is 6-feet-1 inches tall and known to frequent the South Melbourne area. Police urge you to not approach or apprehend Terry, and if you have any information about the location of Terry please call CRIMELINE at 1-800-423 TIPS.
The Melbourne Police Department has issued an alert that counterfeit bills are being passed in the Melbourne and neighboring areas.
Melbourne police arrested 29-year-old Dean Beolet of the 900 block of Gannet Avenue in Palm Bay on Thursday after the truck he was driving crashed into two vehicles, one of which overturned, injuring a woman who is 6-months pregnant.