VIDEO: ‘Cookin’ up Justice’ With Brevard County Sheriff Wayne Ivey’ Highlights Seven Year Old Cold Case
By Space Coast Daily // June 15, 2018
sheriff ivey visits sunrise bread company in Titusville
BREVARD COUNTY, FLORIDA– On this edition of “Cookin Up Justice,” Brevard County Sheriff Wayne Ivey asks the public for any information regarding a seven-year-old cold case involving a home invasion shooting death that occurred on 551 Grant Street in Cocoa on July 30, 2011.
During the invasion and subsequent robbery the homeowner, Gregory Nabbie, was shot.
Mr. Nabbie managed to get to a neighbors house but died a short time later at the hospital.
During the hours leading up to the robbery, several males were observed parked on the side of the victim’s residence in two separate vehicles.
The vehicles were both Chevrolet Impalas, one was black and the other was gold. Witnesses reported seeing the vehicles flee the area after the incident.
If you have information about this cold case, call Call CRIMELINE at 800-423-TIPS (8477). CrimeLine is available 24 hours a day, 365 days a year, taking completely anonymous tips on any criminal activity.
You can also call 321-633-8413 or email MajorCrimes@BCSO.net.
Sheriff Ivey visited Sunrise Bread Company located on 315 South Hopkins Avenue in Titusville. The Sheriff worked in the kitchen with Baker Andrew Baley where the two made blueberry and the sheriff’s favorite, cranberry scones.
Owner Hannah Cairns helped with the finishing touches and spoke about Sunrise Bread Company’s success and the new summer menu.
Sunrise Bread Company has been in business since 1996 baking specialty and whole grain bread, cinnamon rolls, scones, muffins, and cookies. They feature Batdorf and Bronson coffee with their espresso being brewed on a La Marzocco espresso machine.
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