The Tallahassee Reports Daily Briefs: Tuesday, July 18

The Tallahassee Reports Daily Briefs: Tuesday, July 18


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The Leon County Sheriff’s Office has been tapped as one of six law enforcement agencies in the country to help research and combat human trafficking. LCSO will be the only Florida law enforcement agency participating – and will share its findings with the others.

TR EXCLUSIVE: For the July 10-16 week, TPD reported 78 crime incidents. This included 28 violent crime incidents which is 28.4% more than the average number of violent crime incidents reported on a weekly basis in 2022, which was 21.8. Get the details.

Tallahassee Police confirmed a teenage boy was shot and subsequently died after a midnight shots-fired response call in the 2200 block of Horton Street. While the investigation is still underway, TPD said no foul play is suspected and there is no threat to the public.


The Florida Farmworkers Association of Florida is suing Florida Gov. Ron DeSantis’ recent illegal immigration crackdown law by way of the ACLU claiming the law in unconstitutional. The attorneys claimed the law violated the Equal Protections Clause in the 14th Amendment while also calling it “anti-immigrant” and “xenophobic.”

According tonew report, the University of Florida “explicitly lied” to Governor Ron DeSantis about the scope of its Diversity, Equity and Inclusion programs. It was originally claimed by the university that there were approximately 30 DEI programs receiving $5 million of funding, but the public records request found that there were as many as 1,000 DEI programs “embedded in every facet of the university’s programs and administration.”

On the presidential campaign, Florida Gov. Ron DeSantis said that he does not see a federal role in providing school lunches. “I don’t want the federal government coming down, And honestly, the federal government in the past, remember they used to do the food pyramid,” DeSantis said. “They said don’t eat, don’t eat fat, eat all the carbs. No, the carbs will make you fat too. And so they were wrong about that.”


While many of golf’s top talent were playing the Scottish Open ahead of The Open, former Florida State Seminole Vincent Norman earned his first PGA TOUR win in his rookie season after winning in a sudden-death playoff on Sunday evening at the Barbasol Championship.


4 Responses to "The Tallahassee Reports Daily Briefs: Tuesday, July 18"

  1. Congrats LCSO.

    When will the ACLU understand that illegal is illegal no matter how you spin it.

    Well, you saw what Mrs. Obama did to School Lunches.

  2. The ACLU suing over the crackdown on ILLEGAL immigration is laughable. I’m unaware of anyone that has claimed the foreigners can’t come into this country LEGALLY, for short term visits, years long college education, or a permanent relocation as long as the rules are followed.

    Suing to give millions of non-citizen felons 14th Amendment rights and have them financed by the 330 million people that live here legally is fraud.

  3. Immigrants are good, it is when illegal immigrants infiltrate The System and compromise our health safety welfare and National Security. I want leadership who encourages legal immigration and enforces illegal immigration.

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