Top stories: Week of September 9-13

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UPDATE: Search for Sarasota Co. burglary suspect ends with arrest

According to the Sarasota County Sheriff's Office, this is not Lawrence's first run in with the law. He has been arrested for burglary 23 times before.

17 arrested in prostitution sting on North Trail

A two-day undercover operation in North Sarasota led to the arrest of 17 people on prostitution and drug charges.

Girl, 12, found dead at abandoned cement plant

They say Rebecca left her home on Arizona Avenue in Lakeland around 6:45 a.m. Monday to walk to a bus stop for school. She never got on board. It was later discovered she had left home without her school books.

Robber to clerk: 'Don't call the cops. I'll pay you back later, bro.'

An Ocala man has turned himself in after admitting to the robbery of a 7-Eleven store in which he told the clerk he would "pay you back later."

Sarasota County Sheriff's Office on Premiere of COPS

A crew from COPS rode along with deputies in May and June of this year and created nearly a dozen segments that will air during different episodes of COPS, beginning September 14th at 8 p.m., and throughout the season.

North Port Police investigating teenager's death

Approximately 12:30pm Saturday, North Port Police officers responded to the 6800 block of Kappa Place in reference to the death of a 15-year-old male.

None injured in shots fired incident in Sarasota

Authorities responded to a report of shots fired in a Sarasota neighborhood Thursday to find bullet holes in two vehicles

Dramatic dashcam video shows trooper's vehicle hit a motorcycle

An Ohio trooper is not talking after a dramatic collision with a motorcycle that was caught on video. That accident sent two people to the hospital; now they are talking about the painful moment of impact.

Police: Olympic medal stolen from vehicle in Bradenton

Pinder told police he always locks his vehicle and that there were no signs of forced entry.

Bar owners to pay for off-duty officer to crack down on noise

"It's a bar, it's a bar area, it's where people socialize," said Sunday Feriozzi who likes to socialize on Main Street. He doesn't like the idea of any noise ordinance.