A Kissimmee man was killed after his pickup truck collided with a light pole.

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ORANGE COUNTY, Fla. – The Florida Highway Patrol said a 33-year-old Kissimmee man was killed late Sunday when his pickup truck collided with a light pole in Orange County.

At 10:53 p.m., a fatal accident occurred on Orange Blossom Trail near Counselor Row.

According to the FHP, the guy was driving a 2008 Chevrolet pickup truck south on OBT when he hit a curb, crossed a sidewalk, and collided with a bench and a light pole.

According to the Florida Highway Patrol, the driver, who was not wearing a seat belt, was found dead on the spot.

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Murder suspect who fled the scene in search by the Orlando Police

Murder suspect who fled the scene

ORLANDO, FLORIDA- According to the Orlando Police, the suspect, Rajari Lamar is on the lookout by the department for a possible murder. The public is warned against the suspect who is dangerous and armed and who had attempted to murder the victim by shooting him multiple times.

A social media alert was put out on Saturday by the Orlando Police Department hoping that anyone with information relating to the suspect, Rajari Lamar Smith would step forward.

The victim according to the news suffered from multiple gunshot wounds as well as sustained life-threatening injuries including losing his vision. The gunshot wounds were reported to be both on the face and body of the victim.

The news release says that Smith was seen fleeing the crime scene in the Kissimmee area.

The suspect was described as a person with a crown tattoo over his right eyebrow and a large NFL logo tattoo on his neck.

Anyone with his whereabouts is requested to contact the Crime Line at 800-423-TIPS. According to police the public is warned against the suspect and advised not to approach

SunRail crash claims one life in Kissimmee

Sunrail crash claims the life

KISSIMMEE, FLORIDA- According to the Kissimmee Police Department, one person was reported dead after the SunRail train crashed into the car on Thursday evening.

A 911 caller around 6.15 p.m. reported the crash. According to the spokeswoman Samantha Scarp, the car was seen driving West on East Vine Street just before it was hit by the SunRail train.

Further reports mentioned at least one person being killed in the crash. No further details pertaining to the crash including the extent of the injuries or their identities were revealed.

With the ongoing investigations, the Westbound lanes of East Vine street are being closed.

Kissimmee, Hotels and Nonprofits teaming up to back the Homeless, Lodging Industry

Kissimmee, Hotels and Nonprofits teaming up

KISSIMMEE, FLORIDA- According to sources, the COVID-19 pandemic has hurt the lodging industry badly enough to economically drive them out of their homes. The Mayor, Olga Gonzalez who is also the founder of the nonprofit church and community assistance, is putting much-needed effort into bringing together hotels, nonprofits, and people who need help.

The pandemic has increased the homeless and the Mayor together with nonprofits is ensuring the program has enough funding.

According to Gonzalez, 80 people who were sleeping in the streets were temporarily housed in motels which would also be a favor to hurt hoteliers. He also said, “Everybody puts in a little bit of something, and it comes out to be a delicious goulash and because everybody puts in a little bit, it’s not about one person. The one person is the person that we’re working with.”

The program is also said to be paid by the monetary support of Greenway church as well as by some emergency funding from the city.

7 charged and 6 arrested for the double homicide in Kissimmee


KISSIMMEE, FLORIDA- According to the cops, six people are being arrested while the seventh is still missing. The tragedy of the double homicide which took place on New Year’s Day is under investigation, according to a spokeswoman. Samantha Scarp.

According to court records, the accused, Edward Corcino, 25; Jefferin Corsino and Fernando Baez-Soto, both 21; Sagrario Rivero, 24; Roger Regojo Torres, 22; Andrew Rodriguez, 27; and David Fernandez, 31 are each pressed with charges against home invasion and murder. While six are being arrested, the seventh, Andrew Rodriguez, 27 is still on the lookout, says the spokeswoman.

According to Police, they were called into a home in the 2200 block of San Vittorino circle for shooting around 11.30 p.m. The police found the bodies of two youngsters, Dennis Woodward, 24, and Jeremy Nicholas, 27, with gunshot wounds.

With an arrest affidavit unavailable, the spokeswoman, Scarp did not release many details pertaining to the homicide.

Public with any information on Rodriguez is requested to call on Crimeline at 407-423-8477 and assist in the investigations.

56 year old burglar threatens victim’s children

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KISSIMMEE, FLORIDA- According to the deputies, the burglar, Ramirez, 56 is faced with charges against a home invasion.

The Osceola County Sheriff’s office said the man who had broken into a house, threatened to kill the couple and their kids are now locked behind bars without bond.

In response to the Kissimmee home, the deputies managed to reach the victim’s home just by 7.30 p.m. Thursday.

According to the victim’s statement, the burglar who broke into their house demanded money with a gun pointed at them. Further, the man had also fired a “warning shot” threatening the victims to meet his demands.

Records indicate the burglar’s identity as Orlando Pileta – Ramirez of 56 who also had denied all accusations against him.

Home invasion with a firearm, a deadly missile being shot into an occupied residence, false imprisonment and aggravated assault with a deadly weapon are charges the accused is faced with, according to the news.

65-year-old man went missing in Kissimmee

65-year-old man went missing in Kissimmee

KISSIMMEE, FLORIDA: Reports say deputies are looking for a 65-year-old man who went missing on Wednesday evening.

Deputies say he left on foot. He was last seen fully dressed in his room wearing a blue and gray jacket.

According to the Osceola County deputies, Andrews has had recent bouts of memory loss that could be a sign of dementia or Alzheimer’s disease.

Andrews is wearing a hat and jeans. He is described as 6 feet, 3 inches tall, 200 pounds, bald with a gray beard and brown eyes.

Anyone with information concerning his whereabouts is asked to call the Osceola County Sheriff’s Office at 407-348-2222.

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16 year old body slammed to ground in Liberty High School, Kissimmee

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KISSIMMEE, FLORIDA- The Florida Department of Law Enforcement urged anyone with a video that clearly shows the school resource officer slamming the student to the ground.

According to a video that was uploaded on social media, Taylor Bracely, 16, of Liberty High School was slammed to the ground by the school’s resources officer, County Sheriff’s Deputy, Ethan Fournier.

The FDLE requests anyone with information related to the incident to step forward and contact the Department on 800-226-8521.

According to Sheriff Marcos Lopez, Fournier had only tried to stop a “disruption at a school function” when Bracey went after another student and wasn’t complying with his demands.

The video on social media shows that Bracey was put in handcuffs by Fournier during which she doesn’t appear to move while another Deputy stands over them.

The sheriff also included that Bracey was medically treated post-incident and doing fine.

Attorney Benjamin Crump is to represent Bracey and her family.

It was confirmed by Lopez that the agency decided to turn over the investigation to FDLE as a criminal investigation. He also added, “We will have zero, absolute zero tolerance of the use of force by any of our Deputies no matter where they are- in the schools, in the streets.”

In a news conference, Bracey’s mother, Jamesha Bracey stated that the actions of the deputy were inexcusable. She also added that her daughter, Bracey is having blurry visions, headaches, and difficulty in remembering and said the family only seek justice