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EDGEWATER COPS: Monday-Tuesday Police Patrols

Please click the attachment to read the Monday-Tuesday Edgewater police patrols, including a stolen motor vehicle:

EDGEWATER COPS: Friday-Monday Police Patrols

Please click the attachment to read the Friday-Monday Edgewater police patrols, including several burglaries:

Stetson University recognized for excellence in new Fiske Guide to Colleges

DELAND -- Stetson University has again been recognized for its academic excellence by being included in the 2011 revised and updated edition of The Fiske Guide to Colleges, which is in bookstore shelves.

Stetson is one of eight Florida colleges and universities and more than 300 nationwide included in this year's guide. Publishers of the Fiske Guide say they include "the country's best and most interesting colleges and universities." An overview for each school is given, covering subjects including student body, academics, social life and financial aid.

Jail Docket

The following New Smyrna Beach-area residents booked into the Volusia Branch Jail are presumed innocent: George F. Warren, 21, Edgewater, possession of burglary tools, grand theft, burglary to an automobile, dealing in stolen property; Corey Alan Sarchiz, 27, New Smyrna Beach, possession of ammunition by a convicted felon.

NSB COPS: Wednesday-Thursday Police Patrol Reports

Please click the attachment to read the NSB police patrols for Wednesday-Thursday:

Two more shark bite attacks heading into labor Day weekend in New Smyrna Beach


NEW SMYRNA BEACH -- Two surfers were bitten by sharks Friday morning near the South Jetty, bringing to four the number of such attacks so far this year, the Volusia County Beach Patrol confirmed.

NSB cops looking for three men who beat and robbed a city man last month


Courtesy photos / NSBPD

If you recognize the men in each of these surveillance photos, then you are asked to please call the New Smyrna Beach police at 424-2248. They are wanted by police in the Aug. 3 beating and robbery of a city man.

NEW SMYRNA BEACH -- A 41-year-old city man was beaten and robbed early last month resulting in treatment at Bert Fish Medical Center for head injuries and police are asking the public's help in capturing his three attackers whose images were captured on surveillance video from a local business.

Jail Docket

The following New Smyrna Beach-area residents booked into the Volusia Branch Jail are presumed innocent:

Sept. 3, 2010: Randi Aguila Valdes, 33, New Smyrna Beach, trafficking in marijuana, maintaining a drug dwelling; Mackenzie James Brown, 22, New Smyrna Beach, violation of probation (4); Robert Allen Little, 46, New Smyrna Beach, grand theft.

Sept. 2, 2010: Chelsey Jo Pell, 22, Oak Hill, violation of probation; Dana M. Hastings, 38, Edgewater, battery on a law enforcement officer; Tommie Lee Devaux, 25, New Smyrna Beach, failure to appear;

Congresswoman Kosmas to hold "Congress on Your Corner" at New Smyrna Beach Farmers' Market

NEW SMYRNA BEACH -- Congresswoman Suzanne Kosmas, D-New Smyrna Beach (FL-24), will continue her "Congress on Your Corner" program Saturday morning at the New Smyrna Beach Farmers' Market, 110 Canal St.

"Congress on Your Corner" is Kosmas' community outreach program developed to help her stay in touch with constituents throughout Florida's 24th Congressional District. She will be at the Farmers' Market from 9:30 to 10:30 a.m.

NSB to hold city-wide cleanup Sept. 18-19

NEW SMYRNA BEACH -- The City of New Smyrna Beach and Waste Pro are sponsoring a city-wide cleanup on Sept. 18-19.

For the convenience of the residents, Waste Pro will provide dumpsters at various locations. The dumpsters will be designated lawn and tree debris, and bulk items and appliances. The dumpsters will be monitored and replaced as needed.

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