Palm Bay police detectives have identified the man in the domestic violence shooting on Fallon Boulevard as Robert Joseph Franklin, 42, of Palm Bay.
The Palm Bay Police Department is seeking the public’s help in solving the murder of Casey Cheney, who was found dead on September 10, 2018, inside his RV in a rural area south of Micco Road.
Palm Bay police investigators are seeking the arsonist that torched the playground equipment at Twin Lakes Park in the early morning hours of Thursday. Police said that the playground equipment at the park located on Bianca NE was set ablaze around 3 a.m. and completely destroyed.
Palm Bay police officers responded to a house party late Saturday night at 1498 Port Malabar Boulevard and discovered two gunshot victims.
Palm Bay police officers responded Sunday to the report of a shooting at The Wet Spot, a drinking establishment located at 3650 Dixie Hwy. NE. According to Palm Bay Police Public Information Officer Lt. Mike Bandish, three people were shot. Lt. Bandish said an investigation into the circumstances of the shooting is underway.
The Palm Bay police are seeking assistance in locating missing runaway Christopher Michael Wright. Wright was last seen on April 9, 2019. He is known to frequent both skate parks in Palm Bay and West Melbourne. If you have any information on his whereabouts contact the Palm Bay Police Department at 321-925-3456.
After over 30 years on the force, Palm Bay Police Chief Jim Rogers retired. Chief Rogers leadership, professionalism and compassion inspired those serving under his command, as well as many members of the Palm Bay community.
Palm Bay Police Chief Jim Rogers sworn in Palm Bay’s newest officer Nicole Brown during a ceremony last week.
Palm Bay Police Detectives arrested two juveniles in connection with a robbery that occurred on March 3 near the intersection of Norman Street and Vienna Street NE. The Palm Bay Police Department has two locations in Palm Bay to serve as a “Safe Exchange Zone” for residents to utilize for child custody, private property and e-commerce transactions.
There are many ways to protect yourself from porch pirates and Grinches that look to steal packages and mail from the front of your homes and mailboxes during the holiday season.
The Palm Bay Police Department’s Emergency dispatchers have the lives of the city’s officers and citizens in their hands every day. Training Officer Kimberly Meade loves what she does and trains others on how to be that calming voice at the other end of the line when someone calls 9-1-1.
The Palm Bay Police Department Motorcycle Division currently consists of two motorcycle officers, Sergeant Chris Van Zandt and Officer Jeff Reardon. Sgt. Van Zandt talks about the benefits of the motorcycle unit and tells us why he’s proud to be part of the Palm Bay Police Department.
Palm Bay Police Detectives are currently investigating a shooting incident in the 100 block of Pelican Drive NE. The shooting happened around 1:45 p.m. Sunday.
Palm Bay police detectives are now investigating the death of a man as a homicide after his body was found Monday in a business trailer at 9400 Babcock Street SE.
Det. Reed Caswell knows the importance of mitigating chaos which is why he decided to become a member of the Palm Bay Police Department.
Palm Bay Police and Florida Highway Patrol are on the scene of fatal crash Wednesday night at the intersection of Minton Rd. and Hield Rd. in South Brevard.
Palm Bay Police have arrested a woman for failing to properly secure her firearm and resulted in her 13-year-old son taking her firearm and using it to shoot two children on Saturday.
Palm Bay police have reported that officers are currently investigating a reported shooting incident in the 1400 block of Rila Street SE. According to the Palm Bay police, two victims are being transported to local hospitals in serious but stable condition. Police report that the shooting suspect is in custody, but the circumstances of the shooting have not yet been released.
The Palm Bay Police Department has teamed up with Disability Independence Group to offer the Wallet Card Project, a program developed through a partnership with Coral Gables Police Department and UM-NSU Center for Autism and Related Disabilities.
In remembrance of two Palm Bay Police Officers that were killed in the line of duty 31 years ago during a shooting rampage, the Palm Bay Police Department place a wreath in honor of their memory at the Officer Memorial located at Sacrifice Park in Palm Bay Friday afternoon.