Saturday, February 25, 2012

Florida firefighter missing

  • A couple sought in connection with the disappearance of a missing Central Florida firefighter  may have switched vehicles this week, according to a Maine dealership.
  • (click orlando)
  • BANGOR, Maine — Police have found and interviewed the couple they believe were the last people to have contact with a missing Florida firefighter but are releasing no details about what the Mainers told them.
  • (Bangor Daily News)
  • ORANGE CITY, Florida (WKMG) -- Police in Maine are looking for a missing Central Florida firefighter who hasnt been seen in a week. Authorities said Jerry Perdomo, 31, of Orange City, Fla.
  • (10Connects.com)
  • Bangor — Bangor police have reportedly interviewed a local couple in connection with the search for a Florida firefighter who has been missing for more than a week.
  • (VillageSoup Belfast)
  • BANGOR, Maine (NEWS CENTER) -- A woman from Bangor says that missing Florida firefighter Jerry Perdomo was staying with her before he dissappeared and that they had a relationship. Perdomo, who is from Orange City, Florida, was last seen in Bangor on February 16.
  • (WLBZ 2)
  • United States (Maine) - Local police are looking for a missing Florida firefighter who last was seen in the area on Thursday, Bangor police Sgt. Paul Edwards said Tuesday night. Jerry Perdomo, 31, of Orange City, Fla.
  • (FireFighting News.com)
  • WACO (February 22, 2012)--Firefighters found the body of a missing Waco woman late Wednesday afternoon a flight to from Waco to Houston from where she was to have flown to Florida.
  • (KWTX)
  • Cheyanne Nowak did leave a public posting on her Facebook page asking strangers to stop friending her and said: Im sorry your friend is missing a top-notch firefighter and a family man. His disappearance is baffling people from Florida to Maine.
  • (NECN)
  • Firefighters used special high-lift jacks on the Rover The car was westbound on Lindell and careened over a median and through a neighboring yard, narrowly missing a telephone pole, before striking the parked cars.
  • (Firehouse.com)
  • Gautreaux accused Long, who moved from Florida to take the chiefs job Dozens of residents and firefighters at that meeting shouted at board members and fire officials.
  • (Daily Comet)

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