A circuit judge in Orange County will decide whether James “Bob” Ward, whose conviction of murdering his wife in their Isleworth home was thrown out because of ineffective counsel, can be released on bond while he waits for a new trial. Ward, a 67-year-old former real-estate developer, will be held in the Orange County Jail in the meantime. “I’ve lost so much time with him already," said his daughter, Sarah Ward, who along with her sister and maternal aunt argued for his release Thursday.
A Howey-in-the-Hills man came home Wednesday to find four masked people running out of his home, Lake County deputies said. The homeowner got home just after 5 p.m. and saw a car he did not recognize in his driveway, Lake County Sheriff’s Office spokesman Sgt. Fred Jones said. He opened his garage and saw four people in masks run out of his house, get into the unfamiliar car, and take off, Jones said. The man quickly took photos of the car and called deputies.
Two people accused of car burglaries near Winter Park in Seminole County were "visibly shaking, stuttering, and sweating" when deputies approached them, records show. James Kirk, 19 of Apopka, and Desire Negron, 20 of Casselberry, are facing seven counts each of burglary of a conveyance. Deputies got a call Monday morning from a man who said he saw two people breaking into a car on Sun Valley Circle, southeast of Howell Branch Road and Lake Howell Road, records show.
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