The Sarasota County Clerk of Courts Office handles more than 1,200 cases of domestic violence each year Carlos R. Munoz Staff Writer @readcarlos SARASOTA — Each year, the Sarasota County Clerk of Courts Office handles more than 1,200 cases of domestic violence — even more go unreported.The staff at the Clerk of Court's Office are wearing purple ribbons for Domestic Violence Awareness Month to make the public aware of the options available at their office and at other community...
A student on a bus headed to Riverview was reported to have a gun Carlos R. Munoz Staff Writer @readcarlosElizabeth Djinis Staff Writer @djinisinabottle SARASOTA COUNTY — The lockdown at six Sarasota County schools has been downgraded to a "modified" lockdown after a student on a bus headed towards Riverview High School was reported to have a gun, according to Sarasota County school district officials.The student arrived at school around 7:30 a.m. and was seen walking off campus, said the...
A student on a bus headed to Riverview was reported to have a gun
Carlos R. Munoz Staff Writer @readcarlosElizabeth Djinis Staff Writer @djinisinabottle
SARASOTA COUNTY — The student who was reported to have a gun on a bus heading towards Riverview High School has been located, according to the Sarasota County Sheriff's Office.
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Selecting a term
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