A sinkhole that appeared between two homes in The Villages hasn’t grown since Tuesday, an official with The Villages Public Safety Department said today. The sinkhole, now 20 feet wide and 12 feet deep, has not caused any structural damage to the homes on Lavaca Lane in Sumter County, Lt. John Longacre said.
Deputies are looking for at least three people they believe are responsible for several burglaries early Tuesday of retail stores in Mount Dora, Tavares and Eustis, the Lake County Sheriff’s Office said today. Several people burglarized a Firehouse Subs in Tavares, Domino’s Pizza and Laptop Repair Service Center in Eustis and a Papa John’s Pizza in Mount Dora, sheriff’s Lt. John Herrell said. All of them occurred off U.S. Highway 441.
Seven starving horses resembling walking skeletons have been rescued and their owner is in custody, the Lake County Sheriff’s Office said Tuesday. The horses’ tail and hip bones jutted out in angular directions and their bodies, having used up their fat, had begun eating its muscle for fuel. Some could not stand up on hooves grown soft from decay. Deputies arrested Angel King, 46, of Eustis, on Monday on seven counts of animal cruelty for the horses’ malnourished condition, sheriff’s Sgt.
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Selecting a term
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Twitter handles (e.g. @username) — returns those who have mentioned or replied to
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Bio details (e.g. vegan, Olympics, father)
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Find results that mention multiple specified terms, use AND or
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