Here's a look back at the most-clicked stories of the past week on MySuncoast.com.
"We can't believe it because of all the houses on this street, that yellow house was my favorite, we always thought it was beautiful," said Roslyn Schindler of Longboat Key.
According to a report, a responding deputy arrived and questioned Tauber, who reportedly smelled of alcohol and nearly fell over into traffic. He claimed the crash was just a fender bender and there was no reason to stop.
Clad only in white briefs and sneakers, Ross jumped onto the field in the 5th inning of the game against the Texas Rangers and headed for 2nd base, where security guards caught up to him and took him down.
Investigators in Operation Main Pain say that 35-year-old Pedro Alcantara was the ring leader of an operation that used 220 fraudulent prescriptions for 19,980 Oxycodone pills.
The incident began on Monday, when deputies say 54-year-old David Edward Benes took the batteries out of the house phones to keep his girlfriend from calling for help, and then he took her car keys.
On Thursday around 9 p.m., North Port police officers responded to Narramore Athletic and Sports Park in reference to a missing adult female.
According to Sarasota Police Communications Coordinator Genevieve Judge, there was no evidence of gunshots at the scene. Judge says the hole in the window may be caused by a "deadly missile, and not a bullet." The case remains under investigation.
According to Sarasota Police, Mohr and his girlfriend, Cristina Arteaga, used the debit card and credit card of his 83-year-old grandmother over the course of two and a half months this summer.
A North Port man was arrested Tuesday night on multiple charges after deputies say he was involved in two separate hit-and-run crashes in the northern area of Port Charlotte.
42-year-old Ryan Bartley, of Pineview Circle in Sarasota, has been charged with one federal count of Distribution of Child Pornography, and one federal count of Child Pornography.