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Ten-year-old Madison girl victimized, 24-year-old man arrested

A Central Florida man has been arrested by the Florida Department of Law Enforcement (FDLE) after a one-month investigation into accusations of obscene communication with a minor, from Madison County. Reports state that FDLE began its investigation in July when the 10-year-old victim told agents she received a sexually-explicit photo from an adult male through a live video-streaming social media app, BIGO Live. During the investigation, an undercover agent, posing as the victim, began communicating with 24-year-old Michale Richard Allison, of Zolfo Springs, Fla. FDLE states that Allison repeatedly tried…

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Jury: “Guilty as charged” : Mutch to be sentenced for aggravated manslaughter of a child

John Willoughby: Greene Publishing, Inc. After trial and deliberation that spanned over two days, a Greenville man has been found guilty as charged and is set to be sentenced at the end of September. The guilty verdict comes after an incident that occurred on Thursday, May 18, 2017, resulting in the death of a child, in Greenville. Following months of investigation, the case was presented to a grand jury in November of 2017, resulting in the indictment of 25-year-old Kelvin Antonio Mutch III, who charged with aggravated manslaughter of a…

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Deputy dragged during traffic stop, chase ensues

A deputy with the Madison County Sheriff’s Office (MCSO) was battered after initiating a traffic stop due to an obscured tag, before the suspect began to flee and elude law enforcement officials through the City of Madison. The MCSO reports that on Saturday, July 20, at approximately 12:01 a.m., Corporal R. Tavares was traveling south on Colin Kelly Hwy., in Madison, when he observed a blue Ford Ranger truck with an obscured tag. Cpl. Tavares initiated a traffic stop on the Ford Ranger near the intersection of CR 150 to…

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Ragans family revamps campground

Mickey Starling: Greene Publishing, Inc. Now that the dust has settled from the Fourth of July debacle over the pig scramble at the former Yogi Bear’s Jellystone Park, owners Jimmie and Latrelle Ragans are moving forward. The Yogi Bear franchise ended their partnership with the Ragans family after numerous complaints surfaced on Facebook, accusing the business of animal cruelty, among other allegations. The complaints began shortly after photos of their annual pig scramble were posted to their Facebook page. Yogi Bear executives admitted they had no idea what a pig…

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