Titusville Police have arrested a 60-year-old man for attempted first-degree murder and arson. Barrett Antoine Bickers, 60, of Cocoa, was charged with Attempted First Degree Premediated Murder, Arson to a Structure or Vehicle and Intentional or Reckless Burning of Lands.
Titusville police officials have issued a SILVER ALERT for Lewis Thomas Sharp, 88, of Titusville. At approximately 10:30 on Thursday, Titusville police officers responded to a report that Sharp was missing and a SILVER ALERT was subsequently issued.
Titusville Police Chief John Lau recently swore in three new officers, Parker Landis, Brandon Soto and Zachary Blougoruas.
The Titusville Police Department is investigating a traffic crash involving a pedestrian and a vehicle. On Friday at approximately 9:45 p.m., officers responded to a report of a traffic crash with injuries at the 400 block of South Park Avenue just north of Pine Street.
According to Titusville Police PIO Amy Matthews, a 15-year-old Titusville male was arrested on Thursday and charged with Grand Theft of a Motor Vehicle, two counts of Grand Theft, three counts of Burglary and three counts of Criminal Mischief.
The Titusville Police Department has issued an Active Incident Advisory after several shots were heard coming from a home in the 4700 block of Coconut Drive.
Titusville police responded to a report of the discovery of a dead man found Saturday morning and detectives are conducting a death investigation.
Robert Eugene Hydorn, 55, above, and Joanne Patricia Hydorn, 47, have been charged with abuse of an elderly disabled person domestic violence and neglect of an elderly disabled person domestic violence.
Police in Titusville have arrested a man they say is a suspect in an armed robbery at a Sunoco gas station on the 6000 block of Sisson Road on Wednesday afternoon.
Titusville police units are on the hunt for an armed hit-and-run suspect who left the scene of multiple vehicle crashes and then fleeing with a rifle on foot.
Today is Peace Officers Memorial Day and we honor Titusville Police Officer Steve House, who was killed in the line of duty on February 15, 1989.
Titusville Police increased staffing with additional specialized units patrolling the city streets during the evening and late night hours of the 2019 Cinco de Mayo celebrations.
A bicyclist was killed in a traffic crash at approximately 9:45 p.m. Friday night near the intersection of North Washington Avenue (U.S. Hwy.1) and Malinda Lane. The victim, who was not identified, was he was pronounced deceased at the scene.
Titusville Police Detective Christopher Gallo and nearly 200 members of law enforcement from all over the state of Florida participated in the 22nd annual Florida Tour De Force.
Titusville Police will be highly visible patrolling the city streets during the 2019 St. Patrick’s Day holiday weekend celebrations as part of a proactive effort to prevent impaired driving.
Like a relentless detective, Steve Souba got crime results finding his stolen camper. He said he’s been doing his own investigating as far back as November, when he first contacted Titusville police.
An alert neighbor’s quick actions aided Titusville Police in the arrest of four juveniles, ages 15 to 17, suspected of stealing packages from a neighbor’s front porch.
Titusville police emergency 9-1-1 dispatchers play an important role as part of the fire and law enforcement response teams. These professionals are usually the first to respond to emergency calls from citizens in need, and they play a major role in dispatching help to those who need it.
Titusville Police Department’s K9 Chase will receive a bullet and stab protective vest thanks to a charitable donation from non-profit organization Vested Interest in K9s, Inc.
Titusville Police have arrested Benjamin M. Wright, 33, of Titusville, who was charged with Attempted Murder and Criminal Conspiracy.