Natalie Weber, Tampa Bay Times

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Past articles by Natalie:

Largo woman accused of trying to sell home she didn’t own faces new charges

Police believe Olga Botello, 75, may have targeted at least nine people in real estate fraud cases. → Read More

Pinellas man who crashed Tesla into home at 116 mph, killing 2, pleads guilty

Vaughn Mongan, 44, could face up to 40 years in prison when he is sentenced next month. → Read More

Pinellas man convicted of Easter Sunday shooting at St. Petersburg park

Tyron Jackasal, 22, was sentenced to life in prison for shooting Emily Grot to death. He also had been arrested in a second fatal shooting. → Read More

4 accused of stealing from Pinellas assisted living facility residents, detectives say

The Pinellas County Sheriff’s Office said two women working at the facilities stole credit and debit card information from their victims and shared it with other people. → Read More

A woman tried to sell a Clearwater home. It wasn’t hers to sell, cops say.

Clearwater police said Olga Botello collected a down payment for a mobile home that she didn’t have the authority to sell. → Read More

St. Petersburg police crack down on street racing after death of teen boy

The agency is increasing its presence in areas known for street racing. → Read More

Rotary Club of St. Petersburg recognizes police detectives in annual award

Detectives Renee McKinney and Somsak Intravichit of the St. Petersburg Police Department received the 2022 Ned March/Bud Purdy Award. → Read More

Clearwater fire medics declared a man dead. But a deputy found he was still breathing.

The fire medics have been suspended from providing medical treatment while the county and Clearwater Fire & Rescue investigate. → Read More

‘My art opened up doors’: St. Pete exhibit features artists impacted by legal system

Work from five artists will be on display at the Tully-Levine Gallery through Feb. 28. → Read More

St. Petersburg police arrest second suspect in 15-year-old’s shooting death

David Moore, 18, faces a first-degree felony murder charge. → Read More

What to know about Tampa Bay street racing after child killed at race, dad arrested

Street takeovers have long been an issue locally, but law enforcement said they’ve seen an increase in interest recently. → Read More

Gulfport caretaker, 79, stole $450,000 from woman she met at ALF, police say

Police said Estella Maria Bailey gained power of attorney over a woman with dementia. → Read More

Hillsborough deputies arrest nine people in street racing crackdown

The sheriff’s office impounded 7 vehicles and took possession of 5 guns during an operation focused on street racing Saturday. → Read More

Zephyrhills woman dies after collision at Hillsborough intersection

An 18-year-old woman was driving west when she turned left at an intersection into the path of a pickup truck. → Read More

Pinellas Sheriff Bob Gualtieri named Sheriff of the Year

The Major County Sheriffs of America recognized Gualtieri for his “lasting impact” and commitment to law enforcement nationwide. → Read More

Pinellas sheriff’s office detention deputy arrested on battery charge

Corlis Moore, 38, was arrested Tuesday in Hillsborough County. → Read More

Free meal offer leads to arrest in 1987 killing of Pinellas woman, 82

Pinellas County Sheriff’s Office detectives say DNA matches their suspect to the killing. But how they got the DNA took a clever ruse. → Read More

Pinellas deputy accused of having inappropriate relations with women he met on calls

Deputy Frederick Post resigned amid an internal affairs investigation. → Read More

Tampa Bay leaders condemn fatal police beating of Tyre Nichols in Memphis

“We fear for our lives every day,” said one local NAACP leader. → Read More

See digital ads from a company called Zencity? They’re for a Clearwater police survey.

The agency is seeking feedback from city residents. The department plans to publish data from the survey on a quarterly basis. → Read More