The Tallahassee Reports Daily Briefs: Wednesday, July 5

The Tallahassee Reports Daily Briefs: Wednesday, July 5


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A 16-year-old has been charged with murder in connection to a shooting in a Tallahassee McDonald’s parking lot that left two dead. Kylen Welch was charged with second-degree murder and felony murder Monday in Leon County Court. It comes just days after prosecutors decided to charge him as an adult on lesser charges, including possession of a firearm by a delinquent and tampering with evidence.

Berneice Cox will continue to serve as the CEO of the United Way of the Big Bend. She has rescinded the resignation announcement she made in early May.


A $1.25 million book deal helped drive up Gov. Ron DeSantis’ net worth in 2022, according to an annual financial-disclosure report posted Friday on the Florida Commission on Ethics website. DeSantis listed a net worth of $1,174,331 as of Dec. 31, up from $318,986 a year earlier.

Saying the case “arises from Florida’s latest assault on the right to vote,” a federal judge Monday blocked parts of a new elections law challenged by voter-registration groups.


5 Responses to "The Tallahassee Reports Daily Briefs: Wednesday, July 5"

  1. …and speaking of, “The WCTV News Crew shows up”, the only reporter that is being honest is Rob Nucatola and he’s guessing. Do you think they could run a few less commercials from our local Slip and Fall attorneys? Pro Insite: when the lawyers boast how Kimmy always calls and updates her clients, note that call cost the client, give or take, $300.00/hour. Dishonesty from politicians and lawyers is damaging our community. Look back over the last 10 years and note how your property taxes and home insurance premiums have increase. Mine has increased about $5000.00/year. Until those in charge spend more time getting to the root of the communities problems and less time trying to make the area a sanctuary for Gender Pretender and Electric Bus capital of the world, our problems are going to get worse.

  2. I am beginning to believe that, TPD does NOT need more Cops, they need better Training and better organizing for Crime Scenes. Last Night Two people were shot at a Gas Station by Wal-Mart on the Parkway just after 9:00pm. The WCTV News Crew shows up at around 10:00pm and reported that OVER a Dozen Police Cars were there. At least HALF of those Officers didn’t need to to be there. You have to ask yourself, with all those Cops in one place, Who’s minding the Store?

  3. You can’t say that. If you start telling the trutrh about these things.. well the country could collapse.

  4. So, this is black intercity crime getting out of control. All liberal run cities embracing community policing. It ain’t a gun problem.

    In Tallahasse, “A 16-year-old has been charged with murder in connection to a shooting in a Tallahassee” he is black.

    July 2, 2023, a mass shooting occurred in the Brooklyn neighborhood of Baltimore…shooter is black

    On July 3, 2023, a mass shooting occurred in the Kingsessing neighborhood of Philadelphia…shooter is black

    Nine wounded in shooting while celebrating Fourth, D.C. police say.
    I’m betting another black shooter.

    You can choose only one: a safe intercity community or liberal run government. The problem in the black community are all self-induced. Every day the vast majority of arrests in Leon Co and Gadsden Co are black folks.

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