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To ensure transparency, the City of Fort Pierce will use this feed to notify our community of any updates regarding the the incident which occurred on April 23, 2016 involving the Fort Pierce Police Department.
We have been notified that the grand jury delivered a "no true bill" for both police officers after considering possible charges in its investigation into the death of Demarcus Semer; meaning the grand jury will not indict.The City of Fort Pierce continues to keep all those impacted by this tragedy in our thoughts and prayers as we all work together to heal our community.We are committed to continue a complete, impartial and transparent investigative process. According to City of Fort Pierce policy, the Fort Pierce Police Department will immediately begin an administrative review of the incident to determine if actions were in compliance with policy and training. Both officers will remain on paid administrative leave pending conclusion of the internal investigation.In the interest of informing the public, a news flash feed will continue to be updated on the city’s website at www.cityoffortpierce.com. The public may subscribe to receive a notification when a new alert is added.
Avenue A FEC Railroad crossing will be closed on May 3-5. Attached are the proposed detour plans.
Avenue H (Fishermans Wharf) FEC Railroad crossing will be closed on May 1-3. Attached are the proposed detour plans.
Due to repairs to the sanitary sewer system, Avenue E from North 31st Street (west) to North 31st Street (east) will be closed starting 05/09/2016 between the hours of 7:30 A.M. to 6:00 P.M. and will continue for approximately 30 days while crews make the...