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Sheriff's Office looking for missing teen

Shauna Mariah Carpenter
The Citrus County Sheriff's Office is looking for a 17-year-old missing teen.
 
She is Shauna Mariah Carpenter, described as 5-foot-6 inches, weighing 135 pounds and has brown hair and hazel eyes.
 
She was last seen in the city of Hernando.
 
Anyone who has any information about her is asked to call the Citrus County Sheriff's Office at (352) 726-1121 and ask for "Major Crimes."
 
Those who wish to give information anonymously can call Citrus County Crime Stoppers at 1-888-ANY-TIPS, or go to

Search continues for missing Inverness woman

Carol McHugh, 72, was last seen wearing this walking outfit, the Sheriff's Office said.
The Citrus County Sheriff's Office and several other organizations on Saturday continued the search for 72 year old Carol McHugh from Inverness, who was reported missing on Thursday.
 
Search efforts on Saturday were hampered by severe weather with lightning.
 
From Thursday until Saturday, detectives have pursued every lead that has come in to the Sheriff's Office.
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Silver Alert issued for missing Inverness woman

Carol McHugh
Please be on the lookout for a missing endangered adult Carol McHugh.
 
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Community leader's death inspires new crime prevention initiative

LEFT: Billy Shuler of Homosassa. RIGHT: Tony Maresca.
Justice, closure and, now, a new crime prevention tool brought on by lessons learned from a 2014 missing person case involving a retired minister in Homossassa.
 
Billy Shuler, 69, of Homosassa loved collecting rare coins, but went missing after making contact with a man about a possible coin collection purchase. But Shuler never returned home.
 
He was well-known in his community and was nicknamed the “coin dealer." Those who knew Shuler said he was a man who would go out of his way to help others.
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State Fire Marshal speaks to Hurricane Season

June 1 is the official start to the 2017 Atlantic Hurricane Season, and Florida’s Chief Financial Officer and State Fire Marshal Jeff Atwater would like to remind Floridians to write down the State of Florida’s toll-free insurance helpline number (1-877-693-5236).

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