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1/6/2016 - FATAL HIT AND RUN


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For Immediate Release                                                             

Contact:  Sergeant Mark Wysocky

01/06/15                                                                                                          Florida Highway Patrol                                                                                            Office: 954-837-4012

Cell: 954-242-3340


Indian River County:  Florida Highway Patrol investigators are attempting to locate a hit and run vehicle from the fatal pedestrian crash that occurred on January 1, 2016 at 9:00 PM. The pedestrian was walking on 20th Avenue SW near 1st Place SW when he was struck by a vehicle that left the scene. The vehicle fled northbound and is described as a pick-up truck or SUV type vehicle that may be lifted and may be orange in color and may have minor front end damage. If anyone has information about this vehicle or the crash they are urged to contact the Florida Highway Patrol at 954-837-4012 or Crime Stoppers at 800-273-8477.


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12/19/2015 - Animal Cruelty Press Conference

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An Additional $1000 REWARD is being offered through the Vero Beach Police Department, this is in addition to any Reward from Crime Stoppers.

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Robbery Suspects

On 10/19/15, between 0258 and 0300, two Black males wearing masks and dark colored hoodies, possibly driving a dark colored Ford SUV: Excursion or Expedition, using dark color semi-automatic pistols, robbed three young adults; two White males and one White female at the corner of NW Hibiscus and NW Billiard.  Two cell phones, wallet, and keys were taken during the robbery. 

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Port St. Lucie Police are asking for the public’s help in identifying three suspects who kidnapped a Stuart man, drove him to Port St. Lucie, shot him in the head, and then left him on the side of the road

Posted: October 29, 2015

On Saturday, October 24, 2015 at around 3:15 pm, Port St. Lucie Police went to the intersection of McCarty Road and Newell Road for reports of a man shot in the head, stripped of his clothes, robbed of his money, shot in the head, and left on the side of the road.

Preliminary investigation revealed that 26 year old victim, Joseph Kiefer, was kidnapped from outside his home in Stuart, Florida.  The suspects, described as three black males, drove the victim to this rural area of Port St. Lucie, robbed him, shot him in the head, and then left him on the side of the road.  A witness who was waking her Labrador came across Kiefer who was yelling for help and asking to call 9-1-1.  As the initial witness was with the victim a pick-up truck with two men arrived on the scene and aided by calling the police.

Kiefer sustained a gunshot wound to the back of his head.  The bullet did not penetrate his head but rather traveled around his skull and exited out his cheek.  Kiefer was air lifted to Lawnwood Regional Medical Center where he was treated for his wound and later released. 

During the investigation Kiefer told police that he does not know the suspects, but described them as three black males.  The suspects are believed to have been driving a grey four door sedan.

The Port St. Lucie Police are working closely with the Stuart Police Department and are asking that if anyone has any information related to this crime to immediately call the Port St. Lucie Police Department at 772.871.5001 or Treasure Coast Crime Stoppers at 1-800-273 TIPS.

For more information, contact:
Master Sergeant Frank Sabol
Public Information Officer
Port St. Lucie Police Department
(772) 871-5032
(772) 201-6252 (cell)

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