The Fernandina Beach Police Department held its annual Awards Banquet at the Fernandina Beach Golf Club on Friday night.
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Florida Highway Patrol Lieutenant Bill Leeper stopped by the Fernandina Beach Police Department to present Chief Jim Hurley with twenty mobile printers.
Fernandina Police Investigate Grand Theft at the Sun Gallery on Sadler Road
The Fernandina Beach Police Department has announced the promotion of Detective Chad Lee to the rank of Police Sergeant and newly appointed Police Officer Michael Mazuryk
Shop with Cops, benefits the under privileged children in Fernandina Beach with the experience to shop with a cop for the holidays.
The outstanding charges include Armed Robbery, Kidnapping, and Grand Theft Auto, with a bond of over $310,000.
The Fernandina Beach Police Department just released information to the press for two high profile cases they have been working.
There was an armed robbery at Food Lion on Sadler Road on Amelia Island Friday and the Fernandina Beach Police Department needs your help.
Fernandina Beach Detectives continue to work with the FBI in an attempt to connect the armed robbery with the bomb threat in Fernandina Beach.
Fernandina Beach Detectives believe that the public may have seen the suspect walking away from the area and would like you to call them if you recognized this person.
Officers responded last Friday to a Bank on Centre Street after bank employees reported that an individual attempted to defraud them with a quick change scheme.
The Fernandina Beach Police Department is announcing the retirement of Sergeant Paul Carter, a twenty-eight year veteran of the department, effective Friday, July 31, 2009. Most recently Sergeant Carter has served as a patrol supervisor on day shift, but he has also served in various other assignments, to include investigations.
The streets of Fernandina Beach and Nassau County are safer as six subjects arrested in Operation Fish-Net were sentenced today in Federal Court in Jacksonville, Florida, according to a Fernandina Beach Police Department press release. ‚ÄúOperation Fish-Net,‚Äù effectively identified and…
While taking a routine vandalism report at an elementary school in Fernandina Beach, a policeman was interrupted by a little girl about 6 years old. Looking up and down at his uniform