State Representative Randy Fine (Republican-Melbourne Beach) up till now been silent on the George Floyd murder on May 25th that sparked protests all around the world. He took to Facebook today referencing several scheduled peaceful protests around...
Brevard County Commission Chair Bryan Lober (R-Rockledge) was served a notice from The Florida Bar dated March 5, 2020. The complaint was filed by a private citizen in response to a Facebook post in which Lober publicly...
Referenced several times throughout the FBI/FDLE Investigative report is a 22 page document written by former Palm Bay City Attorney Andrew Lannon. This letter goes into great detail about how we got to where we are with...
Yesterday we reported on the false claims of Melbourne Vice Mayor Paul Alfrey's representations of being a retired police officer. Despite is vehement denial, we still stand by that reporting. According to the city's Human Resources and...
Over the past week we have been releasing segments of the FBI/FDLE Investigative Report of the David Isnardi case. The report is quite lengthy (120 pages). Today we are releasing the report in it's entirety.
Palm Bay City Councilman Brian Anderson agreed to wear a wire for the FBI in an attempt to capture then Palm Bay City Manager Greg Lynk attempting to bribe him for favorable votes. On...
Current Melbourne District 5 City Councilman Paul Alfrey (Republican) frequently states that he retired from the City of Melbourne's Police Department back in July of 2012. This claim is made on his official bio on the City...
At a local healthcare facility, FBI/FDLE agents met with current Palm Bay City Councilman Brian Anderson on May 12, 2017. During the nearly 2 hour interview, Councilman Anderson confesses to taking $10,000 cash in campaign finance contributions...
In an interview conducted at a Starbucks in Palm Bay, former City Councilman Tres Holton is questioned about his role in providing and using prostitutes, and activities at Palm Bay strip club known as Pin Ups.
Updated 9:27am 1/16 to include Commissioner Tobia Response In the January 7 County Commission meeting, Commissioner Bryan Lober (R-District 2) presented recommended changes to the County's policies on processing public records requests.

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