Remember the massive Mosaic sinkhole that opened over a year ago threatening the aquifer in the area? Work is running about a year behind because of the sheer size of the hole. But work should be completed sometime next year at increased cost of $83 million dollars.
911, Verizon and T-Mobile had their service interrupted by a Ruskin man who broke into the secured building and stole batteries worth $14,000. William Bingham sold them to a metal recycling company. Bingham had access codes and will face grand theft charges as well as burglary and dealing in stolen property.
The Florida Fish and Wildlife Commission has charged 21-year-old Michael Wenzel, 28-year-old Robert Benac and 23-year-old Spencer Heintz with charges that range from felony counts of animal abuse to misdemeanor counts of illegal takes. That all stems from the terrible video of the three men allegedly dragging a shark behind their boat and posting it to social media. We have more on the story from ABC Action News.