|Inmate: Reid Anderson
Jail / Facility: Manatee County Central Jail
Location: Palmetto Florida
Hey Babe' Whats Up ???Do You Miss me yetttt~ Thats what I thought~hows your hands??? I hope they are taking good care of You now~ Take Care my Love ~Lisa
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03, Jun 2013 - Palmetto First Slice 5/30/13: No rail at downtown train terminal?
Freight rail executives say there's simply not enough room to accommodate trains carrying cargo and passenger choo choos that Georgia Department of Transportation officials hope will serve the proposed downtown train terminal. ( AJC was first to report the setback, but the piece is behind a paywall.… [ Read more ] [ Subscribe to the comments on this story ]
09, May 2013 - Wisconsin Rapids Wednesday police, fire reports
A 29-year-old Marshfield man was arrested at 11:41 p.m. Tuesday in the 1400 block of South Palmetto for battery, strangulation, false imprisonment, endangering safety and domestic abuse. The man was booked and transported to Wood County Jail.
24, Apr 2013 - Columbia Woman arrested after stripping during news conference
Getting half-naked is one way to grab attention. Motives are strictly optional. Authorities in Columbia, S.C., arrested Monica Dixon on Tuesday afternoon after she apparently stripped down to her underwear during a news conference being held on the State House steps. The news conference was promoting Palmetto Pride’s Zero Tolerance for Litter Campaign, a statewide... [Read More...]
20, Apr 2013 - South Carolina needs to take violence against women more seriously
By Jan Collins In September 2012, South Carolina was ranked second-worst in the nation in the rate of women murdered by men – which, unfortunately, is nothing new. For years, the Palmetto State has ranked in the Top 10 when it comes to violence against women. (Only Nevada ranked higher in 2012.) read more