Police searching for red sedan in connection with shooting

JACKSONVILLE, Fla. – Police responded to reports of shots fired at a an Arlington gas station Friday evening.

A call came into the Jacksonville Sheriff's Office reporting shots fired at the BP gas station at the corner of Atlantic Boulevard and Live Oak Drive around 6:30 p.m., according to JSO Sgt. Craig Waldrup.

When police arrived on scene they found a man dead in the parking lot with multiple gunshot wounds, Waldrup detailed.

Body found inside Arlington home.

JACKSONVILLE, Fla.- An investigation is underway after authorities found a body inside a home at 10100 Jackson Terrace. Authorities said they will be collecting evidence at the home throughout the morning.

Sergeant Craig Waldrup, with the Homicide Unit of the Jacksonville Sheriff's Office, said they received several reports of shots fired around 10 p.m.

Investigators found a man dead inside the home when they arrived, he said. The victim's identity is unknown at this time. Investigators are also unsure if he is from the area or lived at the home, Waldrup said.

Authorities are canvassing the area, talking to witnesses and piecing together information. Police said they had no suspects or suspect information.

Police said foul play is suspected. Stay with for more information as we get it.

Viewer concerned about lock on the back of school bus

JACKSONVILLE, Fla. -- Mike the landscaper was driving on Rogero Road at Fort Caroline Road on Wednesday afternoon when he snapped a picture of a school bus with a padlock on the back emergency door.

"Something needs to be done, or looked into," he said.

He sent the photos to his friend Deborah, a mother of a 10-year-old daughter. She forwarded them to First Coast News.

"As a parent, I am very upset. I want something done about it. What if something happened and those children needed to get off that bus?"

Turns out the bus belongs to Arlington Kindergarten and had picked up kids at Fort Caroline Elementary.

Sandy Carroll has been driving the bus there for 31 years. She has always let children in the back door to go open the front door and then she would put the lock on the dash while driving the bus.

Huge tree falls in Arlington, causing power outage

JACKSONVILLE, Fla. -- A huge tree in an Arlington neighborhood fell during the early morning hours, causing power to go out in more than 40 homes and causing the street to blocked for hours.

Residents living along Domas Drive say it was only a matter of time before the tree on city right of way came crashing down in their neighborhood.

"It came down at three in the morning and the transformer started sparking and everything," said Al Quinney who lives just down the street. "It made a real splatter noise."

It knocked out power to 46 homes for about four hours. One lady who lived across the street from the tree but did not want to be identified, said her neighbor next door had complained to the city about the tree and it was obviously a sick tree.

Another push to expand a runway at Craig Airport

JACKSONVILLE, Fla. -- Another push to expand the runway at Jacksonville Executive at Craig Airport is underway.

Those in favor say the expansion is overdue because of business and job opportunities it would bring. Meanwhile, those opposed say it will negatively impact hundreds of families close by, and could lower property values.

Marshall Wood, marketing director of a charter company at Craig, is for the expansion. He's also the Director of CrossOverJacksonville, a Christian organization that promotes faith, family and free enterprise.

Teen drowns off Charter Pointe

JACKSONVILLE, Fla. -- The Jacksonville Sheriff's Office responded to a drowning off Charter Pointe Wednesday morning.

Two young adults jumped into the water near the Reddie Pointe Preserve Park, according to JSO spokesperson Shannon Hartley. The JSO dive team responded to reports of a possible drowning just before 11:30 a.m.

JSO was able to pull one of the swimmers from the water safely, however the second swimmer was found around 4 p.m. deceased.

The deceased swimmer has been identified as 18-year-old Ruben Dachote.

Suspect belived to have made meth at Grandma's house

JACKSONVILLE, Fla. – The grandmother of a woman suspected of manufacturing methamphetamine called police after her granddaughter was arrested in St. Augustine Monday morning.

The 74-old-year grandmother of Amanda Paige Albert had allowed her to stay in her home since Feb. 28, according to a police report from the Jacksonville Sheriff's Office. Albert was arrested in St. Augustine Monday and charged with drug possession, drug equipment possession, drug production and methamphetamine possession after investigators allegedly found her inside a car suspected of being a mobile meth lab.