Hannah Winston covers crime and breaking news for The Palm Beach Post. Born and raised in South Florida, Winston started her journalism career at the Independent Florida Alligator while studying at the University of Florida. She interned at various media outlets across the country including The G...
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WEST PALM BEACH
Jevaughn Suckoo, 26, was shot and killed at a West Palm Beach apartment complex July 11. The mother of his children died Wednesday. Stephanie Caceres had been in a hospital after complications from the pregnanacy. She delivered the twins just days after Suckoo died. Police have made no arrests in Suckoo’s slaying. This is a developing story. Check back for updates.
Two girls are missing from their Lake Worth home, according to the Palm Beach County Sheriff’s Office. Sisters Latavia Austin, 13, and Lakissia Austin, 12, were last seen leaving their home on the 600 block of South E Street, just west of Dixie Highway along 6th Avenue South, and have not been heard from or seen since. The sheriff’s office said it’s unknown what the sisters were wearing when they left their home.
The Medical Examiner of Palm Beach County has ruled that Jeffrey Keenan fatally shot Lauren El-Sheikh and then himself on Saturday, June 10, 2017, at a home in suburban Boynton Beach. The two had been a couple of several years. Three notes explained what had happened that June day. Two shell casings were in the suburban Boynton Beach home, one in a garbage can, the other on the floor. A black handgun was found between the longtime boyfriend and girlfriend.
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