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The following felony cases have either been tried in a court of law or have been settled without trial and are considered closed. more
OKEECHOBEE – April 23-29 is National Crime Victims’ Rights Week in Okeechobee County. more
James Howling IV was sentenced on March 16 to one year in county jail after pleading no contest to threatening to injure or kill and making a threat of mass destruction. more
Okeechobee County Fire Rescue responded to 278 incidents between April 10 and April 23. more
Retired but not ready to sit around. How about giving back to your community. more
On Tuesday, April 25, members of the Glades County Sheriff’s Office, along with the Okeechobee Narcotics Task Force... more
On April 25, 2023, Detective Torres was assigned a case regarding a victim making allegations against... more
On April 25, 2023, Detective Torres was assigned a case regarding a victim making allegations ... more
A 68-year-old man was transported to HCA Florida Raulerson Hospital Sunday, April 16  after his oxygen tank exploded in his face.  more
Okeechobee City police officers report they were forced to shoot a dog during an arrest last week. more
The following individuals were arrested on felony or driving under the influence (DUI) charges... more
An Okeechobee man was arrested Friday after allegedly making multiple harassing phone calls to a jobsite. more
Sheriff Noel E. Stephen, Police Chief Donald Hagan, and Fire Chief Earl Wooten rolled out a program that will save lives and assist the public and all of Okeechobee's Emergency … more
Wednesday evening, a jury of his peers found Kevin Hughes guilty of the first-degree murder of Jennifer Benson-Hughes. more
True Okee is a podcast featuring true crime and weird stories from the forgotten heartland of South Florida. more
In 1959, Okeechobee is hoping the new Florida School for Boys will help rebuild the shrinking local economy. Fifty years later, sheriff deputies gather to search the property more
In this bonus episode of True Okee, we examine the death of Okeechobee County Sheriff John Collier more
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