The Tallahassee Reports Morning Briefs: Monday, Feb. 6

The Tallahassee Reports Morning Briefs: Monday, Feb. 6


Tallahassee police responded to a shooting Saturday morning where one person was injured. The shooting occurred around 3:15 a.m. on Volusia Street. No arrests have yet been made and the one injured man was transported to the hospital with non-life-threatening wounds.

A major cyber attack at TMH forced to send some emergency patients to facilities outside of the organization’s network. All non-emergency elective procedures scheduled for Monday were canceled because of the hacking incident. The organization of the cyber attack seems to be an “IT security issue” but more information has not been released.

On Friday Feb. 3, the Tallahassee Police Department (TPD) arrested three people following a shooting that occurred on May 21, 2022, in the 2400 block of Wintergreen Road. Get the details.

Tallahassee Fire Department responded to two fires early Sunday. The first was on the 500 block of North Martin Luther King Jr. Boulevard where TFD was able to put out the fire quickly. The second fire occurred on the 1700 block of De Saix Boulevard at 8:20 a.m. The first fire is being investigated and the second is believed to have originated from the kitchen.


Florida Gov. Ron DeSantis filed a complaint against Orlando Philharmonic for hosting a “Drag Queen Christmas” back in December where minors were allowed to attend. The complaint stated the Orlando Philharmonic Plaza Foundation violated state law in allowing for a person to “commit lewd or lascivious exhibition” in the presence of an individual who is less than 16 years old.


Over the weekend, FSU basketball defeated the Louisville Cardinals on the road 81-78. Cameron Corhen scored a team-high 16 points on seven made field goals and two free throws, and led the Noles in scoring for the second game in a row. The Noles’ next game is Wednesday at 7:00 p.m. against the Syracuse Orange.


4 Responses to "The Tallahassee Reports Morning Briefs: Monday, Feb. 6"

  1. Police reform is key to reducing crime Pat. union thugs with no accountability, bad deal for taxpayers and residents every time

  2. I’m glad the Governor is doing what he can to protect minors from those who are corrupting them. But, I wonder if there was an outcry from Christians regarding the profane behavior of mocking Christmas and Christians? I didn’t hear of it. Are the Christians too bullied to complain? Isn’t this a hate crime?

  3. Another day another shooting.

    On the Florida Channel a Florida Asst State Attorney spoke in favor of lower to age 10 that a youth can be charged as an adult for Murder and Manslaughter. Too bad the elected officials, sheriffs and police chiefs are more interested in police reform than reducing crime.

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