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Criminals use telephone numbers that mimic IRS Taxpayer Assistance Centers (TACs) to trick taxpayers into paying non-existent tax bills. The scam artists have programmed their computers to display a local TAC telephone number, which appears on the taxpayer’s Caller ID when the call is made. If the...
The DeLand Police Department is pleased to announce the results of the annual Drug Take Back program this past Saturday. The total weight of the drugs collected was 111 pounds and 4 ounces turned in. The drugs collected will be shipped by the DEA to a area incinerator and destroyed. This bi-annual...
An anonymous caller advised that the defendant was at Florida Hospital DeLand, with an active open warrant. Officers arrived and located the defendant who was confirmed to have an open warrant. She was arrested.
Officers responded to a Motor Vehicle Accident at Church St and Alabama Avenue. There, they came in contact with the driver of one of the vehicles and it was determined that she only had a Florida ID Card. She was arrested for No Valid License, and was also issued a citation for the accident
The defendant entered the store and was observed by the store owner selecting multiple bottles of wine. The store owner then confronted the defendant, the defendant handed one bottle over to the store owner and fled the store with the rest of the wine. Police made contact with the defendant a short...
Law Enforcement received a call about a subject asleep under a tree behind a business. When officers arrived, they discovered it was one of the local homeless. The male was asked to leave the property several times and a trespass was issued. He still refused to leave after the trespass, therefore...
While officers were on routine patrol, they made contact with a suspicious subject. Once contact was made and his personal information was obtained; it was discovered that there was an open warrant out of Volusia County for his arrest. Subject was taken into custody at that time without incident.
Law Enforcement received a call about a male inside Publix that was hiding merchandise in his pants. Subject ran out of the store after being approached by Loss Prevention. Subject was located hiding behind a trash dumpster at a local car dealership, taken into custody without incident.
On 11/03/2017 the defendant was observed by Loss Prevention entering the Publix located 299 E International Speedway, Deland. The defendant then selected and concealed coffee products in her purse and exited the store passing all points of sale. The defendant was arrested.