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Police: 2 sought in unlocked car burglaries on Northside

Police are asking for the public's help in identifying two men wanted for multiple unlocked car burglaries on the Northside, the Jacksonville Sheriff's Office said.

Surveillance video captured the two men in the Captiva Bluff neighborhood committing multiple auto burglaries, police said.

The men were seen pulling on door handles of unlocked vehicles, rummaging through vehicles and taking whatever they could find, police said.

Kingsland man arrested after HIV-related incident in April

Deputies have charged a man who had an active warrant out for his arrest after an HIV-related incident in late April at his parents' house, the Camden County Sheriff's Office said.

Denzell Freeman, of Kingsland, was booked in the Camden County jail on Saturday night. He was a passenger in a car that was pulled over when deputies ran his ID and learned of the warrant.

Freeman is accused of reckless conduct by an HIV-infected person.

Pets left behind at rental homes becoming growing problem

There's a spike in a problem that'll tug at the heartstrings of pet lovers.

According to property managers in the area, more and more people are leaving their pets behind when they move out of their rental homes and apartments.

Christina Suthrin, director of Clay County Animal Care and Control and nonprofit Friends of Clay County Animals, said she wants people to know there are other options if they can't keep their pet.

Flooding causes hidden road dangers in Brentwood

Monday afternoon thunderstorms brought heavy rain that flooded streets and caused power outages for thousands across Jacksonville.

The National Weather Service issued a flood warning until 7 p.m. for a large area of Northeast Florida, including Duval County and northern Clay County.

A flood warning issued for St. Johns County was extended until 9 p.m., according to the county's Emergency Operations Center.

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