Four men have been charged following an investigation into alleged indecent activity at two Calhoun County parks. The case unfolded Tuesday afternoon at Four Mile Creek Park in Clarksville and Chipola River Park off SR 20 between Blountstown and Clarksville. Arrested were William Henry Rowell, 60, of Marianna, Larry Wayne Webb, 65, of Fountain, Patrick James Foley, 72, of Altha and Jacob Gunter, 85, of Marianna. All were charged with indecent exposure. Rowell was also charged with solicitation of prostitution. Check out next week's print edition for the full story.
Tune in or set your DVR to WFSU-TV, Channel 11, Sunday as the Panhandle Pioneer Settlement in Blountstown is featured on the current edition of the "Dimensions" program. The segment is set to air at 9 a.m. CT. Check local listings to confirm channel for your cable or satellite provider. For more, go to http://www.wfsu.org.
The Calhoun County Sheriff's Office has confirmed that a suspect has been located, but evidence is still being gathered to determine if the man is the gunman who was allegedly shooting at vehicles earlier this morning on CR 167. No injuries have been reported. More details as they become available.
Law enforcement officers and K-9 tracking teams from area agencies are trailing a gunman who was allegedly shooting at cars earlier this morning around the County Road 167 area. The alleged shooter was reportedly on foot and has fled. According to Lt. Emory Godwin of the Calhoun County Sheriff's Office, the identity of the shooter is unknown at this time. More details as they become available.