A former Cocoa-area church youth director entered a plea deal after being arrested for molesting a 14-year-old girl. Jon Schils, 29, barely made eye contact with his parents sitting in a Brevard County courtroom. Schils was being fingerprinted -- the final step before heading to state prison. His parents had supported him in a courtroom before.
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Veteran puts up sign after home is robbed in MelbourneThieves robbed a Brevard County veteran's home, and while he lost his TV, he found his voice. He's using a unique method to get his message out. And worth every penny, he said. That's what it cost Herring to have a sign made after he was burglarized recently. Herring said he discovered the crime when returning home from a medical appointment. "My door had been pried open and my TV was gone," he said.
Former Bethel Baptist Church youth director pleads no contest to one count of lewd and lascivious molestation and battery after originally being charged with 14 counts. Victim: 14-year-old church youth group member. https://t.co/WtAso3wwWp
State Rep. Randy Fine: Brevard must do $12-million in repairs to sewer pipes that have leaked millions of gallons into the Indian River Lagoon. Says it's affordable if county stops wasting money on tourism projects.
So a cable TV tech's working in his truck; it starts moving. Jumps out. Dude is stealing his truck! It's connected to the lines up on the power poles. Cable and internet knocked out to 7000 in Cocoa and Rockledge. Police dept radio systems out.
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