633 N. Orange Avenue
633 N Orange Ave Orlando, Mail Point 218
Orlando, FL
Susan Jacobson
Breaking-news reporter
My Role

I'm the one you see driving toward a hurricane while everybody else is driving away. When the police scanner crackles with, "shots fired," I jump in my car and head to the scene. Fires? Kidnappings? Missing people? Car crashes? Drownings? These are my territory. I also specialize in writing about criminal consumer scams -- especially those involving elderly victims.
My Biography

I joined the Orlando Sentinel staff after working at newspapers in New York, New Jersey and Maryland. I've covered local government, education, crime and courts and have worked in Brevard, Osceola, Volusia and Orange counties. I'm currently on the breaking-news team.
My Interests

Reading (of course), drawing, making pottery, photography, cooking, kickboxing, step aerobics, weight training, yoga.
My Recent Articles

Woman stabbed multiple times in Orlando 2/27/2015
Police are searching for the woman who stabbed another woman multiple times in Orlando late Thursday.

Fatal motorcycle crash closed parts of eastbound SR 408 2/27/2015
A fatal motorcycle crash shut down the entrance ramp to eastbound Interstate 4 from eastbound State Road 408 this morning, according to Orlando Police.

Deputies: Missing 16-year-old found in Volusia with boyfriend 2/26/2015
Angel Barcomb, the 16-year-old girl missing from the Sorrento area since Saturday, was found Thursday in Volusia County, authorities said.

Cops shoot sexual battery suspect in Five Guys parking lot 2/26/2015
A man wanted for sexually battering his girlfriend was shot and killed in a busy Lakeland parking lot Thursday as he fled from officers and attempted to pull a gun from his waistband, police said.

Employees tell investigators that ex-Casselberry police Chief McNeil bullied, harassed them for years 2/26/2015
Nearly 800 pages of sworn statements from Casselberry police officers and employees describe the city's former police chief as a hot-tempered bully who lashed out at officers and sexually harassed female workers for years.