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8/30/2016 - ATTEMPTED ABDUCTION
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Detectives seek help identifying suspect in attempted abduction
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Media release: August 26, 2016

Yesterday afternoon, a suspect who identified himself as Nikromuh Cocoa Koondo (22) of Orlando, attempted to grab and abduct a fourteen year old male subject on the west side of Gifford Middle School as the teenager was waiting to be picked up from school. The subject was dirty, not wearing shoes, and appeared to be homeless. He grabbed the boy telling others that he was there to pick up his child. The teenager pulled away from the subject and ran away. Indian River County Sheriff`s Deputy David Ragley was on scene and chased after the subject. He was apprehended by Deputy Ragley and Deputy Denton Kitchell, who was also in the area.

Detectives interviewed the subject who provided a variety of false names and was very evasive during the interview. A fingerprint check of the subject shows that he was arrested by our agency in July of 2016. Detectives still do not believe the name given is the correct one and are attempting to identify him. Detectives are also seeking the help of the public to identify where the subject has been living and any other information about this person.

Indian River County Sheriff Deryl Loar stated, "The person sitting in our jail has not told us the whole story and is not willing to cooperate. Yesterday he attempted to abduct one of our most vulnerable, our children. Fortunately, our deputies were on scene and able to take him into custody before something bad could happen. Now we need your help to put the pieces together about where this person has been and to determine if he has hurt any other children in the past."

The subject was booked into the Indian River County Jail under the name Nikromuh Koondo and received a $101,000.00 bond for the charges of kidnapping, resisting arrest without violence, and giving a false name while detained. Anyone with information about this subject should contact Detective John Clark at (772) 978-6188 reference to case number 2016-147391. You can remain anonymous and possibly be eligible for a reward of up to$1,000.00 by contacting Treasure Coast Crime Stoppers at 1-800-273-TIPS (8477) or www.tcwatch.org .

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7/18/2016 - OBSERVING 10 YEARS- HELEN MCPHERSON
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7/14/2016 - ATTEMPT TO IDENTIFY
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7/5/2016 - ATTEMPT TO IDENTIFY
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7/5/2016 - ATTEMPT TO IDENTIFY
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6/8/2016 - KOI FISH POND
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1/22/2016 - VERO BEACH SHOOTING
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1/11/2016 - INDIAN RIVER MOST WANTED

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1/6/2016 - FATAL HIT AND RUN

 

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FLORIDA HIGHWAY PATROL

PRESS RELEASE

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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.

  

The Florida Department of Highway Safety and Motor Vehicles: providing A Safer Florida by securely maintaining the records of more than 19 million registered vehicles and over 15 million licensed drivers, as well as providing safe travel along Florida’s highways.  To learn more about DHSMV and the services offered, visit www.flhsmv.gov, follow us on Twitter @FLHSMV or find us on Facebook

 

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12/24/2015 - ROBBERY SUSPECT
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12/24/2015 - VERO BEACH HIT AND RUN

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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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11/24/2015 - INDIAN RIVER MOST WANTED
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11/12/2015 - THE POLICE NEEDS YOUR HELP IN SOLVING THIS CRIME

This month marks the twenty three year anniversary of the murder of Mary Ellen Wise of Vero Beach Florida.  Mary Ellen Wise was only 39-years old when she was abducted from her Vero Beach home on November 2, 1992.  The killer forced Mary Ellen Wise to drive to a Melbourne bank that morning and then to a Vero Beach bank that early afternoon to withdraw money.  After Wise withdrew her funds she was taken to a remote area in Saint Lucie County and was brutally murdered.  Mary Ellen Wise body was found in an area known as “Peanut Lake” which is located near Angle Road, west of Kings Highway.  The killer then drove Wise’s Red 1990 Honda CRX to the area of Indian River Drive and Seaway Drive in Fort Pierce Florida.  The vehicle was left abandoned in the parking lot at this location which at that time was the Ramp Raw Bar Restaurant (now 12A Buoy Restaurant).  It is believed the killer used a pay phone in this area or the restaurant phone to call for a ride.  It is also possible that someone unknowing gave the killer a ride from this location on November 2, 1992. Below is a picture of the victim’s actual vehicle and location where it was abandoned in the parking lot.  The front license plate on the vehicle read “Mary Ellen’s Toy”.  Twenty Three years later the family and friends of Mary Ellen Wise have not lost hope and are pleading for someone with any information in this case to contact Detective Greg Farless with the Indian River County Sheriff’s Office (772) 321-0784 or the Treasure Coast Crime Stoppers.   

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10/7/2015 - TIRE SLASHING IN FELLSMERE
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