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Melbourne Beach Police Department is located at 507 Ocean Avenue, Melbourne Beach, 32951 FL. The Acting Chief of Police of the department is Matt Smith. The Melbourne Beach Police Department phone number is (321) 723-4343.
RT @amysweezey: Warmer and not as windy today with scattered clouds and hardly any rain. #WESHwx https://t.co/6m0vmH483f
Protect and serve...Become a Reserve https://t.co/UhHKMKHHpM…/01/Police-Dept-Application.pdf https://t.co/m1aQaMfncn
The Town Pier at Riverside Drive and Ocean Avenue closed beginning 3/6/2017 for an indefinate period of time.Extensive repairs are needed. https://t.co/mQYbvIAWgJ
2600 blk A1A Melbourne Beach should be clearing soon, from traffic stop.
Avoid 2600 blk A1A Melbourne Beach. Road closed due to traffic accident.
RT @MyNews13: WATCH LIVE and CHAT WITH US: Historic SpaceX Falcon 9 launch from KSC: https://t.co/sBfptya4Tg
If anyone knows who may have left his cap in Ryckman Park. We would sure like to find the owner. https://t.co/ZL5BiC0V54
Take those few extra seconds to lock your vehicle doors.
RT @MyNews13: #BREAKING: Markeith Loyd added to Marshals Service's 15 most wanted, might have changed appearance https://t.co/5X36OgE9lr ht…
RT @Florida_Today: Thousands of men-of-war wash up on Cocoa Beach https://t.co/B44iVUK4WE #Brevard #Florida
RT @JulianLeek: Florida: Tribute to slain Orlando police officer Debra Clayton https://t.co/Hu6UaWxnPy Photo's Julian Leek
RT @FBIMostWanted: Markeith Loyd is the suspect in the murder of Orlando, Florida Police M. SGT. Debra Clayton. Anyone w/info please call 1…
Just setting up my Twitter. #myfirstTweet