Cantonment Man Busted For Video Voyeurism At Target
A Cantonment man has been arrested for voyeurism after allegedly using a miniature camera to film up a woman’s skirt in a Target store.
Christopher Edward Dreyer, age 36 of Wiggins Lane, was charged with the felony sexual offense of video voyeurism and battery. He was released from the Escambia County Jail on a $6,000 bond.
Cantonment Man Gets 15 Years For Robbery
A Cantonment man was sentenced to prison Friday for a robbery and fleeing from police.
Daniel Ferry Lee, III, 31, entered a plea of guilty to robbery and fleeing or attempting to elude law enforcement at high speed. He was sentenced to 15 years in station prison as a prison releasee reoffender.
On November 10, 2015, Lee [...]
No Injuries In Molino Rollover Crash
There were no injuries in a midday single vehicle rollover accident on Highway 29 in Molino.
The driver lost control while northbound on Highway 29 just north of Barrineau Park Road and ran off the roadway into a low area filled with brush. Both people in the vehicle refused medical treatment.
The accident is under investigation by [...]
FHP Searching For Driver That Hit 15-Year Old
The Florida Highway Patrol is looking for a hit and run drive that struck a juvenile pedestrian early this morning.
Brianna Nicole Marks, 15, was crossing Pine Forest Road at Citation Drive about 4:25 a.m. when she was struck by a northbound vehicle that fled the scene. The vehicle should have extensive front end damage according [...]
Too Drunk To Run: Cantonment Man Charged With Attempted Stabbing
A Cantonment man too drunk to run from deputies is facing multiple felony charges after allegedly stealing a pack of cigarettes and trying to stab a man, according to the Escambia County Sheriff’s Office.
Donnie Ivory Padgett, 68, was allegedly at a house on Robinson Street when he was asked by acquaintances to leave because he [...]
Inmate Labor Saves Healthy Start $1,700
The Healthy Start Program in Century saved an estimated $1,700 by using inmate labor.
The county-owned Healthy Start location on Church Street was damaged in the February 15 E-3 tornado that struck Century. The program was moved next door to another county-owned building, and now the original building has been restored.
Over the last few days. five [...]
Century Continues Budget Setting Process
The Town of Century continued a series of budget workshops Thursday afternoon as they work toward preparing their fiscal year 2016-17 budget. The next budget workshop is scheduled for Thursday, July 28 with additional workshops to be scheduled. Pictured: (clockwise, from left) Council President Ben Boutwell; council members Sandra McMurray Jackson, Ann Brooks, Annie Savage; [...]
Northview Head Football, Baseball Coach Wheatley Resigns
Northview High School head football and baseball coach Sid Wheatley has resigned to accept a coaching position in his native Mississippi.
Wheatley said he has accepted a coaching and teaching position at Kosciusko High School in Mississippi, not far from his son in Jackson and his parents in Philadelphia, MS.
“It was the toughest decision of my [...]
No Power, A/C Late Wednesday Night For Hundreds
Hundreds of Cantonment and Cottage Hill residents spent up to about 90 minutes in the dark — and without air conditioning — Wednesday night.
Gulf Power reported 1,690 customers in the area lost power about 10:37 p.m. About half of the customers had their power restored within about an hour, while everyone was back on by [...]
Family Fights Parole To Keep Murderers Behind Bars
Several North Escambia residents are hoping to help stop the parole of two Nokomis men behind bars for the 1993 murder of a woman and 12-year old girl.
Shannon Dean Barlow, 38, and Franklin Lee Barlow, Jr., 42, are both serving life sentences with the possibility of parole for the murders of [...]