Welcome or Register

Space Coast Daily

VIDEO: ‘Cookin Up Justice’ With Brevard Sheriff Wayne Ivey’ Highlights 28-Year Old Cold Case

Sheriff asks for help solving death of Linda Galloway



ABOVE VIDEO: In this week’s episode of “Cookin’ Up Justice” with Brevard County Sheriff Wayne Ivey, the sheriff highlights a 28-year old cold case and does so while visiting El Leoncito in Viera.

BREVARD COUNTY, FLORIDA– In this week’s episode of “Cookin’ Up Justice” with Brevard County Sheriff Wayne Ivey, the sheriff highlights a 28-year old cold case. 

Back on July 15, 1995, Brevard County Sheriff’s Office Deputies responded to a report that a female was lying on the side of the road at the intersection of Parrish Road and Range Road in Cocoa.

The female was identified as Linda Galloway, also known as Linda Smith, and was transported to a local hospital where she later died of her injuries.

Galloway was known to frequent the Peachtree Street and Clearlake Road areas of Cocoa.

She was last seen alive in the area of Peachtree Street and Wilson Street in the city of Cocoa during the early morning hours of July 15, 1995.

If you have any information on this case involving the death of Linda Galloway, the Brevard County Sheriff’s Office encourages you to call CRIMELINE at 800-423-TIPS (8477).

You can also message the Brevard County Sherrif’s Office on Facebook or contact them through their new mobile app, available on iTunes and Google Play.

Linda Galloway was last seen alive in the area of Peachtree Street and Wilson Street area in the city of Cocoa during the early morning hours of July 15, 1995.

If you have any information on this case involving the death of Linda Galloway the Brevard County Sheriff’s Office encourages you to call CRIMELINE at 800-423-TIPS (8477). You can also message the Brevard County Sherrif’s Office on Facebook or contact them through their new mobile app, available on iTunes and Google Play.

This week Sheriff Ivey visited El Leoncito in Viera and works with Chef Geraldo Pita to create a tasty grilled chicken breast with a chipotle twist.

El Leoncito started in 1977 as a small restaurant in Whittier, California serving Mexican food exclusively. Cuban food was added later in 1995, when the restaurant was relocated to Titusville, Florida.

The combination of Mexican and Cuban food has proven to be a big success.

Sheriff Ivey also visited with Owner Michael Sanchez as he tells Brevard’s top cop how his family has been working non-stop for over 18 years to build three successful locations in Viera, Titusville, and Cocoa.

Brevard County Sheriff Wayne Ivey visits with Owner Michael Sanchez as well as Chef Geraldo Pita (El Leoncito image) 

CLICK HERE FOR BREVARD COUNTY NEWS

VIDEO OF THE DAY: Florida Fisherman Captures 500 Pound Goliath Grouper Eating a Shark on Video

goliath grouper swallowed 3-foot shark in one bite

ABOVE VIDEO: A group of fishermen were able to witness a 500-pound grouper’s “rare” meal during a fishing trip off the coast of Everglades City, Fla., last week. (Video by Everglades Fishing Company)

(FOX NEWS) – There’s a reason goliath groupers are called the garbage disposals of the sea — they eat everything in sight, including sharks apparently.

A group of fishermen were able to witness a 500-pound grouper’s “rare” meal during a fishing trip off the coast of Everglades City, Fla., last week.

Captain Jimmy Wheeler with Everglades Fishing Company watched as someone in his group caught a 3-foot shark. As the fisherman started reeling the creature in, a large shadow appeared. Wheeler instantly knew what was going to happen next.

“Watch this. You guys are going to freak out,” Wheeler warned.

Suddenly, an open-mouthed giant goliath grouper swam up and gulped the 3-foot-long shark down.

Click here to read more of this story on FOX News>>>

CLICK HERE FOR BREVARD COUNTY NEWS

VIDEO: ‘The Eagle Has Landed,’ Apollo 11 Touched Down On Moon 49 Years Ago Today

bootprints of Apollo are waiting for company

ABOVE VIDEO: This two-minute video montage shows highlights of the Apollo 11 moonwalk on July 20, 1969. (NASA Johnson video)

‘Houston, Tranquility Base Here. The Eagle Has Landed.’

July 1969. It’s a little over eight years since the flights of Gagarin and Shepard, followed quickly by President John Kennedy’s challenge to put a man on the moon before the decade is out. (See below video)

APOLLO-11-580-81

The front page of the New York Time celebrates the Apollo 11 moon landing on July 20, 1969.

It is only seven months since NASA’s made a bold decision to send Apollo 8 all the way to the moon on the first manned flight of the massive Saturn V rocket.

Now, on the morning of July 16, Apollo 11 astronauts Neil Armstrong, Buzz Aldrin and Michael Collins sit atop another Saturn V at Launch Complex 39A at the Kennedy Space Center.

The three-stage 363-foot rocket will use its 7.5 million pounds of thrust to propel them into space and into history.

At 9:32 a.m. EDT, the engines fire and Apollo 11 clears the tower. About 12 minutes later, the crew is in Earth orbit.

(› Play Audio)

After one and a half orbits, Apollo 11 gets a “go” for what mission controllers call “Translunar Injection” – in other words, it’s time to head for the moon. Three days later the crew is in lunar orbit.

A day after that, Armstrong and Aldrin climb into the lunar module Eagle and begin the descent, while Collins orbits in the command module Columbia.

(› View Flash Feature)

Collins later writes that Eagle is “the weirdest looking contraption I have ever seen in the sky,” but it will prove its worth.

Apollo_11_lunar_module-580-1

Neil Armstrong and Buzz Aldrin climb into the lunar module Eagle and begin the descent, while Mike Collins orbits in the command module Columbia. Collins later writes that Eagle is “the weirdest looking contraption I have ever seen in the sky,” but it will prove its worth.

When it comes time to set Eagle down in the Sea of Tranquility, Armstrong improvises, manually piloting the ship past an area littered with boulders. During the final seconds of descent, Eagle’s computer is sounding alarms.

It turns out to be a simple case of the computer trying to do too many things at once, but as Aldrin will later point out, “unfortunately it came up when we did not want to be trying to solve these particular problems.”

When the lunar module lands at 4:18 p.m EDT, only 30 seconds of fuel remained.

Armstrong radios “Houston, Tranquility Base here. The Eagle has landed.”

Mission control erupts in celebration as the tension breaks, and a controller tells the crew “You got a bunch of guys about to turn blue, we’re breathing again.”

(› Play Audio)

Neil-Armstrong-580-12

At 10:56 p.m. EDT Armstrong is ready to plant the first human foot on another world. With more than half a billion people watching on television, he climbs down the ladder and proclaims: “That’s one small step for a man, one giant leap for mankind.”

Armstrong will later confirm that landing was his biggest concern, saying “the unknowns were rampant,” and “there were just a thousand things to worry about.”

At 10:56 p.m. EDT Armstrong is ready to plant the first human foot on another world. With more than half a billion people watching on television, he climbs down the ladder and proclaims: “That’s one small step for a man, one giant leap for mankind.”

(› Play Audio)

APOLLO-580-14

Buss Aldrin joins Neil Armstrong, and offers a simple but powerful description of the lunar surface: “magnificent desolation.” They explore the surface for two and a half hours, collecting samples and taking photographs. They leave behind an American flag, a patch honoring the fallen Apollo 1 crew, and a plaque on one of Eagle’s legs. It reads, “Here men from the planet Earth first set foot upon the moon. July 1969 A.D. We came in peace for all mankind.”

Aldrin joins him shortly, and offers a simple but powerful description of the lunar surface: “magnificent desolation.” They explore the surface for two and a half hours, collecting samples and taking photographs.

They leave behind an American flag, a patch honoring the fallen Apollo 1 crew, and a plaque on one of Eagle’s legs. It reads, “Here men from the planet Earth first set foot upon the moon. July 1969 A.D. We came in peace for all mankind.”

Armstrong and Aldrin blast off and dock with Collins in Columbia. Collins later says that “for the first time,” he “really felt that we were going to carry this thing off.”

APOLLO-11-580-17

The crew splashes down off Hawaii on July 24. Kennedy’s challenge has been met. Men from Earth have walked on the moon and returned safely home.

In an interview years later, Armstrong praises the “hundreds of thousands” of people behind the project. “Every guy that’s setting up the tests, cranking the torque wrench, and so on, is saying, man or woman, ‘If anything goes wrong here, it’s not going to be my fault.'”

(› Read 2001 Interview)

In a post-flight press conference, Armstrong calls the flight “a beginning of a new age,” while Collins talks about future journeys to Mars.

Over the next three and a half years, 10 astronauts will follow in their footsteps. Gene Cernan, commander of the last Apollo mission leaves the lunar surface with these words: “We leave as we came and, god willing, as we shall return, with peace, and hope for all mankind.”

The bootprints of Apollo are waiting for company.

ABOVE VIDEO: Congressman Bill Posey reflects on his career in the Apollo Program and compares the Kennedy era to the current space program.

CLICK HERE FOR BREVARD COUNTY NEWS

62282main_countdown_launch.wav (audio/wav, 0 MB)

DON'T MISS A NEW LISTING AGAIN!
Register Now
Already registered? Login

FREE AUTOMATED EMAIL UPDATES
Sign in to take advantage of all this site has to offer. Save your favorite listings and searches – also receive email updates when listings you like come on the market for free!
*Contact Information is NOT Shared*

Quick Search


view all


Any

Any

No Min.

No Max.
Fabian Marquez
Merritt Island, FL 32953
Phone: 321-453-2313
Email: fabian@assist2sell.com

*Flat Fee vairies for homes over $200k. from $2,995 to $3,995, $4,995, etc... Call for details.


Fabian Marquez | Assist-2-Sell Buyers & Sellers Advantage Realty | Florida | 
321-453-2313
 

Real Estate Websites by iHOUSEweb iconiHOUSEweb | Admin Menu