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NEW SMYRNA BEACH -- A 46-year-old Edgewater man was arrested this morning on burglary and theft charges after police said they caught him trying to take pieces of scrap metal from the back of a tractor-trailer at 1125 S. Orange St.
 
"He was caught red-handed in the act right in broad daylight," New Smyrna Beach police Sgt. Eugene Griffith said of the 7 a.m. incident.
 

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SHenry Frederick, editor and publisher of NSBNEWS.net holds up a
sign for the Website while Peter Mallory, also publisher of the online

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NEW SMYRNA BEACH -- A 13-year-old girl from New York became the 16th shark-bite victim of this swimming season when she was bitten on the back of her right leg and shin while in waist-deep water just after noon Tuesday, the Volusia County Beach Patrol Beach.

TV's WESH 2 News of Orlando reported physicians who stitched her up in the emergency room at Bert Fish Medical Center removed a partial shark's tooth from her leg. 

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Squad cars display the names of fallen New Smyrna Beach police
officer Roy Nelson and his K-9 partner, Caesar. They were killed three
years ago today while answering a

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Oak Hill police responded to this torched stolen vehicle.

Courtesy photo by Oak Hill police Sgt. Mike Ihnken for NSBNEWS.net

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Ken Mincer of New Smyrna Beach is pleased gas prices
are going down. He put $130 worth in his 18-foot
boat and another $70 into his Chevy Silverado on Sunday.

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Traffic was slowed by a heavy downpour 4 p.m. Saturday for
about 20 minutes on North Dixie Freeway in New Smyrna Beach.
NSBNEWS.net photos by Henry Frederick

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This plane is among dozens kept at the NSB Airport.
NSB News photo by Henry Frederick

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