Tampa News Monday, May 28
- Georgia family loses custody of son after giving him marijuana to treat seizures
- HCSO detectives search for ‘armed and dangerous’ man accused of murder
- Tropical Storm warning discontinued for Tampa Bay as Alberto continues west in the Gulf
- GEORGIA — Last month, Georgia Division of Family and Children Services took custody of Suzeanna and Matthew Brill’s son after Twiggs County Sheriff’s Office deputies arrested them for giving him marijuana.
- We openly admitted to them in front of Twiggs County sheriff’s deputies, said Matthew Brill.
- Their son, who we’re not identifying because he is a minor and because of the sensitive nature of this case, was taken from the Brill’s custody.
- The Brills say their son suffered from several seizures every day, seven days a week, 24 hours a day.
- VIDEO – The Brills say their son began smoking several times a day and when he did, it kicked off a 71-day stretch without a single seizure.
@10NewsWTSP: Georgia family loses custody of son after giving him marijuana to treat seizures https://t.co/1sO7QObTox https://t.co/MV1m3vnJA6
- TAMPA,Fla. The Hillsborough County Sheriff’s Office is asking for the public’s help in locating a potentially armed and dangerous man accused of murdering a Tampa man in January.
- RELATED:Homicide investigation underway after man found dead at Tampa home – Detectives say Turnerisknown to frequent the Grant Park area and should be considered armed dangerous.
- Crime Stoppers of Tampa Bay is offering a reward of up to $3,000 for information that leads to the location and arrest of Turner for this outstanding warrant.
- Anyone with any information regarding this fugitive and who wants to be eligible for a cash reward is asked to call Crime Stoppers at 1-800-873-TIPS (8477), report anonymously online at www.crimestopperstb.com or send a mobile tip using the P3 Tips Mobile application.
- Crime Stoppers must be contacted first in order to be eligible for a cash reward.
@abcactionnews: HCSO detectives search for ‘armed and dangerous’ man accused of murder https://t.co/zMrS7HFLeB https://t.co/6Atob5PEHm
- ST. PETERSBURG, Fla. — Although the worst of Subtropical Storm Alberto will remain west of Tampa Bay, the storm’s impacts still will be felt.
- For Tampa Bay, this means the area has a shot at tropical storm force winds in excess of 39 mph with gusts toward 50 mph.
- However, a tropical storm warning is discontinued for Pinellas County along the west coast of Florida south of the Anclote River.
- More: Track Subtropical Storm Alberto: Spaghetti models, forecast cone and satellite – Get breaking news, weather alerts: Download the 10News app – – The Florida Highway Patrol asks drivers to take it easy on the Sunshine Skyway Bridge, where a travel advisory is in effect.
- Watch: Light rain, surf on St. Pete Beach away from Subtropical Storm Alberto – Storm surge – Higher surf is a concern along Florida’s Gulf coast.
@10NewsWTSP: Subtropical Storm Alberto turns northwest, remains 50 mph storm https://t.co/eaLJgwMMT0 #EyeOnTheStorm #Alberto https://t.co/Kw8Ytq6U4l