Here's a look back at the most-clicked stories of the past week on MySuncoast.com.
Just before Noon Tuesday, someone walked into the Lens Crafters store and threw an unknown substance and fled the area.
Sarasota Police announced Wednesday that the person that spread the substance was a man mourning the loss of his fiancée, and decided to spread her ashes in the LensCrafters store.
According to Sarasota Police, lobby workers at the Plaza Five Points building, located at 50 Central Avenue, received an envelope around 2pm Tuesday.
On September 19th, a man was seen purchasing two cartons of cigarettes and a Mountain Dew at the CVS on North Tamiami Trail in Nokomis with what later turned out to be a stolen credit card.
Arresting deputies say Hegwein was acting in a bizarre and hostile manner, and made hateful comments toward Jewish, Polish and homosexual people. It was also noted the he had drawn swastikas on the back of his boots.
Polk County Sheriff Grady Judd said Tuesday authorities arrested the 14-year-old girl after she admitted online over the weekend that she had harassed Rebecca Sedwick.
Police are investigating two strong armed robberies that happened an hour apart early Saturday morning.
According to the Sarasota Police Department, officers on patrol around 5pm noticed approximately 30 people in the park. An officer noticed a man face down near the center in the park and unresponsive. Almost simultaneously, three more people collapsed; two other men and a woman.
It happened around 10:45pm on Placida Road just south of South McCall Road, at the intersection with the entrances to Merchants Crossing and Palm Manor.
The bomb squad was called out in Manatee County Wednesday after they say a man threatened his family with a explosive device.