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  • Kissimmee Police Arrest Man for Attempted Murder
    Kissimmee police officers have arrested 57year old Ronald Batiste for attempted murder.
  • City of Kissimmee Offices Closed in Observance of Christmas & New Year’s Holiday
    The City of Kissimmee will close all City offices beginning at noon on Wednesday, December 24 and will remain closed until Monday, December 29, in observance of the Christmas Holiday. The City will re-open offices and resume regular business on Monday, December 29 at 8:00 a.m.
  • Sexual Predator Notification - Stephen Curtis Ruggles
    The Kissimmee Police Department is advising the public about Stephen Curtis Ruggles, who is a registered sexual predator by the Florida Department of Law Enforcement and has recently moved to a new address. He currently is a transient in the area of 1939 Old Vineland Road in Kissimmee
  • Project Blue Light
    The Kissimmee Police Department is encouraging citizens, while decorating your home for the holidays; please participate in Project Blue Light.
  • Kissimmee Students will Shop with a Cop
    The Kissimmee Police Department has partnered with the Wal-Mart Supercenters to once again offer the “Shop with a Cop” program to Kissimmee students whose families are experiencing financial difficulties.
Last updated: 12/16/2014 12:59:17 PM