Solutions for Navarre’s traffic woes are moving forward, but not as quickly as originally hoped.
The cameras that were ordered to connect two lights on U.S. Highway 98 to a traffic management system were back ordered for 10 weeks.
A 9-month old child who'd been left in a locked vehicle for several hours on June 9 could not be revived. The Santa Rosa Sheriff's Office got the call on June 9 at 7:45 p.m. about an unresponsive child in the 4600 block of Ephrem Lane in Pace. Deputies arrived and immediately began life saving measures. Shortly after, EMS assumed advanced life support efforts. The child was subsequently pronounced deceased.
Major Crimes Detectives and Crime Scene arrived to begin an investigation and the case remains active, according to a Santa Rosa Sheriff's Office press release.
The father of a 1-year-old who was found drowned in a Navarre Beach canal Sunday night is responsible for her death, according to his Santa Rosa Sheriff's Office arrest report. Through "culpable negligence," he failed to supervise his daughter, the report said.
Although his daughter, Makennah Potter, who turned 1 last week, was found in the evening, the failure of supervision took place between 9:30 a.m. and 1 p.m. that afternoon.
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