Suspect captured, held without bond
By Jeff M. Hardison © Jan. 29, 2015 @ 4:37 p.m.
DCSO012915     CROSS CITY -- A deputy with the Dixie County Sheriff's Office captured a woman suspected of possessing crack cocaine, obstruction by disguise (providing a false name), driving while her license was revoked and on an active warrant that revoked her previous pre-trial release on another charge, DCSO spokesman Kaj. Scott Harden said.

Eugenia H. Adams

     Shortly after 10 on Tuesday night (Jan. 27), while in Cross City, a DCSO deputy saw a vehicle pass by him without an operable tag light, Harden said.
     As the deputy followed the vehicle preparing for a traffic stop, he noticed the vehicle registration was expired, Harden added.  
     The driver of the vehicle then pulled into business parking lot which was closed for the night.
     When the deputy made contact with the driver, Harden said, she identified herself as Gina Hurst and provided a Social Security number that belonged to a male subject and not to a female.
     The deputy then requested, and received from the driver, permission to search the vehicle. Harden said the deputy located a piece of crack cocaine hidden in a wadded napkin in the driver’s seat.
     The female driver was then arrested for possession of crack cocaine and transported to the Dixie County Jail, Harden said.
     Once at the jail, it was learned that her name was in fact Eugenia H. Adams, 37, of Cross City, and that she had an active warrant revoking her pre-trial release on previous charges.
    It was also learned that Adams had a revoked driver’s license, Harden said. Adams was then charged with the additional charges of obstructing by disguise (for providing a false name), driving on a revoked license and for the warrant.
     At this time, Adams is being held in the Dixie County Jail under no bond, Harden said.


Man hurt in crash

Photos Courtesy Of Williston Fire Rescue

Published Jan. 28, 2015 @ 9:37 a.m.
* Updated Jan. 28, 2015 @ 10:17 p.m.

     LEVY COUNTY -- A 42-year-old Clermont man was seriously injured early Wednesday morning (Jan. 28), when the vehicle he was driving hit a tree, according to a press release by Florida Highway Patrol Lt. Daniel Caulk based on a report from crash investigator FHP Trooper William Sheheane.
     Yovanni Fernandez was driving a 2007 box truck north on U.S. Highway 41 at 5:23 a.m., when, for unknown reasons the vehicle traveled off the roadway and onto the west shoulder, the FHP said.
     The truck struck a tree in the accident that happened one mile north of Levy County Road 335, the FHP said. Fernandez was transported to Shands at UF in Gainesville. The driver was wearing a seat belt. Alcohol is not a factor in the crash, the FHP said. Charges are pending completion of the investigation, the FHP said.

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*     Williston Assistant Fire Chief Danny Wallace noted that this was a rescue that involved Marion County Fire Rescue, ShandsCair, Williston Police Department and Levy County Department of Public Safety EMS personnel. Command was established by WFR Fire Chief Lamar Stegall (Charlie 72). The Heavy Rescue unit from Marion County Fire Rescue responded to assist with the extraction.
     LCDPS Paramedic Mandy Willis was able to enter through the front windshield on the passenger side of the truck to provide patient care, Paramedic Willis remained in the crushed cab for the next two hours.
     WFR units opened the passenger door using hydraulic spreaders (Jaws of Life) to give medics better access to the driver.  WFR personnel had to make entry through the cargo box of the truck moving freight to one side to gain space, so they could remove large portion of the cargo box to gain entry to the back of the drivers cab, Wallace said.
     Levy County paramedics called for a ShandsCair medical helicopter for transport.
     Due to the extended extraction the ShandsCair flight nurse and paramedic where transported to the scene by Williston Police Department to help provide extra care to the injured driver.
    On arrival of Marion County Fire Rescue Engine 22 and Special Operations Unit Squad 21, Command briefed the arriving responders on the progress of the rescue and condition of the truck driver, Wallace said.
   They quickly accessed the severity of driver’s entrapment and decided to have a tow truck pull the truck away from the tree to give more access to the driver, hoping to release some of pressure on the metal and other parts of the truck pinning the driver.
     Many things where going on at one time, Wallace said. Advanced Life Support was being provided by the LCDPS medics and ShandsCair personal who constantly monitored and provided the driver with vital intraveinous fluids. There were three points of extrication going on simultaneously making entry through the back of the truck cab, removing the crushed driver’s door and using the tow truck to help pull the firewall and trucks floor to reduce pressure on the driver. At this point the driver was able to be removed and transported to Shands Trauma Center.


Suspected methamphetamine traffickers busted;
Two minor children in the home
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Robert D. Leira and Vera Leira

By Jeff M. Hardison © Jan. 28, 2015 @ 10:07 a.m.

     DIXIE COUNTY -- Two minor children were living in a home where Dixie County Sheriff's Office investigators found methamphetamine being manufactured, according to a Tuesday (Jan. 27) press release from DCSO spokesman Maj. Scott Harden.
     Last Wednesday afternoon (Jan. 21), DCSO investigators executed a search warrant at a residence off of Northeast 385th Avenue in Old Town, Harden said.
     The search warrant was in connection to information that manufacturing of methamphetamine was happening there, Harden said.
     During the search, investigators found several items connected to the manufacturing of methamphetamine, Harden said.
     The law enforcement officers also found more than 200 grams (about seven ounces) of methamphetamine in active production, Harden said. After securing these items and stabilizing the production, investigators took possession of the items as evidence.
      Two of the four adult occupants in the residence were arrested and charged with the manufacturing of methamphetamine and trafficking in methamphetamine, Harden said.
     Robert D. Leira, 26, and Vera Leira, 36, were both booked into the Dixie County Jail. They both remain in custody, and each of them has a $275,000 bond, Harden said.
     The Florida Department of Children and Families was notified of the methamphetamine production due to two minor children who live in the structure. Additional charges could be forthcoming in regard to the potential risk to the children, Harden said on Tuesday (Jan. 27).


DCSO shows what it does
Published Jan. 27, 2015 @ 8:57 p.m.
      CROSS CITY -- The Dixie County Sheriff's Office is among the law enforcement agencies that serve the residents and visitors of Dixie County.
      It is led by Sheriff Dewey Hatcher Sr. The agency is growing to accommodate demand.
     Two main aspects of the agency are the law enforcement part and the detention part.

      Sheriff Hatcher has had one of the current correctional officers certified as a deputy and transferred to patrol. He also has hired an additional deputy to be added to the road. These two positions were funded in part by the $30,000 budget increase that the DCSO received this year, along with additional expenditure cuts within the Sheriff’s Office in order to fund these two new patrol deputies. These positions are necessitated by the increased call load and requests for law enforcement assistance.
      The funding that was requested from the Dixie County Board of County Commissioners was revenue that was generated from impact fees, some of which are earmarked for law enforcement. This funding can be spent only to offset the cost of growth associated with performing law enforcement functions.
      Although the money is earmarked for law enforcement, the sheriff must formally request the approval of these expenditures. The $8,431.78 in law enforcement impact fee monies requested by Sheriff Hatcher is the cost of the equipment required to place these two new deputies into patrol.
     As for what the DCSO does, there is a video. It can be seen by clicking HERE.


Idle-speed, no-wake zone
activated on a stretch
of the Santa Fe River

By Karen Parker of the FWC
Published Jan. 27, 2015 @ 4:17 p.m.
     LAKE CITY -- A 32-mile segment of the Santa Fe River is now an idle-speed, no-wake zone, according to Florida Fish and Wildlife Conservation Commission (FWC) officials in a press release on Tuesday afternoon (Jan. 27).
     Zone 5, which runs from River Rise within O’Leno State Park west to the confluence of the Suwannee River, was activated as an idle-speed, no-wake zone Friday (Jan. 23) because of rising water levels.
     This area of the river becomes an idle-speed, no-wake zone when the Santa Fe River reaches 17 feet as indicated on the Three Rivers gauge, where flood stage is 19 feet.
     “The Santa Fe reached that level Monday. This is the second time this year we’ve had to activate this zone,” said Maj. Andy Krause, FWC regional commander.
     An idle-speed, no-wake zone means a vessel must proceed at a speed no greater than required to maintain steerageway and headway. At no time is any vessel required to proceed so slowly the operator is unable to control it or anything it may be towing.
     FWC officers will be patrolling this area of the river to ensure the idle-speed, no-wake zone is enforced, Krause said.
     “The higher water levels can create navigational hazards, such as floating debris, rocks, stumps and shoaling conditions for unsuspecting boaters. We want everyone to be safe,” Krause said.
     The idle-speed, no-wake zone will stay in effect until the water level recedes below 17 feet.


Program collects for jail stays
Published Jan. 26, 2015 @ 9:57 p.m.
     GILCHRIST COUNTY -- The Gilchrist County Jail has just partnered with “Pay My Jailer” a program which will help Gilchrist County recover booking, boarding, medical and other fees from incarcerated subjects for their stay at the jail, according to a press release from Gilchrist County Sheriff's Office spokesman Lt. Jeff Manning.
      It is estimated that this program could boost collections by as much as 30 to 40 percent.
      Outstanding fee information has been sent to “Pay My Jailer” for inmate balances from Jan. 1 to present, so that the process can begin, Manning said.
      Information boards will be posted in the front of the Jail and the Sheriff’s Office with the directions on how to contact “Pay My Jailer” for payment information. Payments will not be accepted at the Sheriff’s Office or Jail. All payment collections will be completed by the “Pay My Jailer” program, Manning said.


Pedestrian dies in accident
Published Jan. 25, 2015 @ 10:47 p.m.
     MARION COUNTY -- A 65-year-old Ocala man died Saturday night (Jan. 24) when he was hit while walking on Interstate-75, south of State Road 40 in Marion County, according to a press release from Florida Highway Patrol Sgt. Tracy Hisler-Pace, based on information from crash investigator FHP Trooper Raul Umana and homicide investigator FHP Cpl. Shaun R. Lattinville.
     Allen Wilson Hopkins, 74, of Ocala was driving a 2013 Hyundai Sonata southbound on I-75 in the outside lane at about 9:40 p.m., the FHP said. Gail Lillian Hopkins, 74, of Ocala was his passenger. They were both wearing seatbelts.
     Lucious Colbert, 65, of Ocala was standing in the outside lane on I-75, the FHP said.
     Hopkins could not observe Colbert on the roadway, the FHP said.
     The front of the car collided with Colbert. The pedestrian was pronounced dead on Saturday at 9:50 p.m. by Marion County Fire Rescue Paramedic Dillon Lawson, the FHP said. The Hopkins couple each suffered minor injuries that did not require hospitalization, the FHP said.
     Alcohol was not a factor with the driver. Both occupants of the car were wearing seat belts, the FHP said, No charges were listed.


Prescribed Fire
Awareness Week to start


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This aerial view of a prescribed burn in the Okefenokee National Wildlife Refuge is indicative of a similar practice in the Lower Suwannee National Wildlfe Refuge.
Photos by U.S. Fish & Wildlife Service

By Fire Management Officer Victor Doig
Lower Suwannee National Wildlife Refuge
U.S. Fish & Wildlife Service
Department of the Interior
Published Jan. 23, 2015 @ 9:07 p.m.
     LOWER SUWANNEE NWR
-- Lower Suwannee National Wildlife Refuge is burning to promote Prescribed Fire Awareness Week in Florida the week of Jan. 25. The Refuge has also teamed up with the Florida Park Service and the Florida Forest Service to present a program on the natural role of fire at the Cedar Key Library at 5:30 p.m. on Thursday Jan. 29.
     Prescribed fires are implemented year round in Florida which maintains the health and vigor of natural lands. Lower Suwannee National Wildlife Refuge and other nearby state parks and state forests use the winter season prescribed burns to remove heavy vegetation (fuel) loads on woodlands which reduces the risk of devastating wildfires.
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     Prescribed fires conducted in the spring and summers mimic the natural lightning strikes from thunder storms. A majority of native Florida plants respond to spring and summer fires by flowering and producing seeds.
      “The National Wildlife Refuge System promotes the reduction of hazardous fuels build-up through safe application of fire and continuous training of the wildland firefighters,” said James Burnett, Project Leader of North Florida Refuge Complex which includes Lower Suwannee, Saint Marks and other National Wildlife Refuges.
     Florida is one of the primary States for the use of prescribed fire. Florida has more lightning strikes than any other state, therefore has more wildfire starts. Luckily most of Florida’s wildfires are located and plowed out before becoming large and a problem.
     For more information about prescribed fire throughout the National Wildlife Refuge System, visit http://www.fws.gov/fire/.
     The mission of the U.S. Fish and Wildlife Service is working with others to conserve, protect and enhance fish, wildlife, plants and their habitats for the continuing benefit of the American people. We are both a leader and trusted partner in fish and wildlife conservation, known for our scientific excellence, stewardship of lands and natural resources, dedicated professionals and commitment to public service.
     Publisher's Note: Florida Commissioner Of Agriculture Adam Putnam noted the Florida Forest Service has proclaimed this same week for prescribed burn awareness week in Florida.


School bus hit;
Car driver charged
By Jeff M. Hardison © Jan. 21 @ 9:27 p.m.
     GILCHRIST COUNTY -- A 52-year-old Melrose man was charged with careless driving Wednesday afternoon (Jan. 21) after his car hit a Gilchrist County school bus, according to a press release by Florida Highway Patrol Lt. J.L. Strickland from a crash report by FHP Trooper Jesse R. Moore.
     Everett Edgerton III, 52, of Melrose was driving a 2011 Honda Fit northbound on State Road 47 near Northeast 38th Place at 1:38 p.m., the FHP said. He was driving behind a 2007 Bluebird school bus, which was going north too, and was driven by Kathy Thornton, 62, of High Springs, the FHP said
     The school bus was stopped for the purpose of letting passengers off the bus with all its lights and stop sign activated, the FHP said.
     The Honda failed to stop behind the Bluebird, the FHP, and Edgerton veered right attempting to avoid striking the buse in the rear.
     The Fit partially entered the SR 47 northbound shoulder prior to striking the bus in the right rear corner with its left side, the FHP said.
     The Honda continued traveling to the  northeast around the bus on the SR 47 northbound shoulder, the FHP said. the Honda then came to final rest north of the school bus on the northbound shoulder of SR 47. The Gilchrist County School Bus had 26 minor passengers, and four of them complained of possible injuries, the FHP said.
     Gilchrist County Sheriff's Robert "Bobby" Schultz III and Gilchrist County Superintendent of School Rob Rankin were among the officials who went to the scene, GSCO spokesman Lt. Jeff Mann said.


Smoke-fog warnings issued
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Trees cleared for planting grass in a pasture, in preparation of planting another crop, for maintenance of a planted pine forest or for the development of a set of business or residential structures, produces smoke. This stack of burning wood was photographed looking north from Levy County Road 347 between U.S. Alt. 27 and U.S. Highway 19, closer to U.S. 19 (west of Turkey Town), on Tuesday evening at about 6.
Photo by Jeff M. Hardison

Published Jan. 21, 2015 @ 8:17 a.m.
     TRI-COUNTY AREA – Farmers, ranchers, foresters and developers clearing property by burning are active in January and February, especially as they prepare for spring planting.
     As a result the Florida Highway Patrol often issues alerts about fog and smoke, because the combination can blind drivers and cause fatal accidents.
     As a precautionary measure the FHP is monitoring the area of Austin Cary Forest on Waldo Road in Gainesville due to a 75-acre prescribed burn which was conducted on Tuesday (Jan. 20), according to FHP Lt. P.V. Riordan.
     The FHP is monitoring the area of Marion County Road 42 and Southeast 252th Avenue in Marion
County due to a 1,400-acre prescribed burn, FHP Lt. M.S. Mandell noted earlier on Tuesday.
     Motorists are urged to use caution when traveling in these areas and in the Tri-County Area of Levy, Dixie and Gilchrist counties when smoke and fog issues exist.
     The FHP reminds motorists to please remember that as visibility may deteriorate quickly due to smoke/fog type conditions especially during the nighttime and early morning hours, they should reduce their speed and utilize low beam headlights in order to adapt to changing weather conditions.


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LCSO catches
suspected drug dealer

Published Jan. 21, 2015 @ 9:47 a.m.
Photos Provided by the LCSO
     BRONSON -- A deputy with the Levy County Sheriff's Office found reasonable cause to arrest a man suspected of possession of cocaine with the intent to sell, possession of a firearm during the commission of a felony, driving while license suspended or revoked and misdemeanor possession of marijuana, according to a Jan. 20 press release from LCSO spokesman Lt. Scott Tummond.
     On Saturday (Jan. 17), K-9 Deputy Clint Anderson was on patrol in the Town of Bronson.
/LCSO012115     The deputy received information that Jermey Jamal Mayes, 24, was operating a vehicle while his license was suspended.
     Anderson confirmed through a license check that Mayes' license had been suspended in November of 2014 for failure to pay traffic fines. Anderson located Mayes operating a 1993 Lincoln on Court Street in Bronson and conducted a traffic stop.
     During the stop, Mayes said he was in possession of a firearm in the vehicle.
     Anderson went to retrieve the firearm, and upon entering the vehicle with the owner’s permission, Tummond said, Anderson smelled a strong odor of marijuana. the deputy found a Beretta .25 caliber firearm in the center console -- along with 1.1 grams of marijuana, Tummond said.
     Continuing his search, Deputy Anderson located 10 pieces of crack cocaine packaged for street level sales and 17.9 grams of powder cocaine (less than an ounce. The conversion factor for weight units ounces to grams is 28.3495231 grams for one ounce.) as well as $910 in cash.
     Mayes was arrested and booked into the Levy County Jail. His bond on the various felonies and other crimes was set at $87,500.


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     Publisher’s note: The following information was provided by the Levy County Sheriff’s Office in regard to people arrested. These defendants were arrested by the LCSO and other agencies. Every person suspected of a crime is presumed innocent until he or she is proved to be guilty beyond a reasonable doubt.


DWLSR– Driving While License Suspended or Revoked
Poss. – Possession
DUI – Driving while Under the Influence of alcohol or other drugs
LEO – Law Enforcement Officer
RWOV– Resisting Arrest Without Violence

JANUARY 19
     Justin Henry Bailey, 21, of Bronson was arrested for petit theft – second degree – first offense. Bond $1,500.
     Shawn Michael King, 29, of Archer was arrested for operating a motor vehicle without valid license. Bond $1,000.
     Rachael Nicole Vest, 28, of Old Town was arrested for resist officer with violence, disturbing the peace. Bond $3,000.
JANUARY 20
     William Justin Ford, 24, of Morriston was arrested for RWOV, disturbing the peace. Bond $6,000.
     Derek Aaron Styles, 25, of Newberry was arrested for DWLSR – first offense, marijuana – poss. not more than 20 grams. Bond $1,000.
JANUARY 21
     Milton Navas, 25, of Williston was arrested for operate motor vehicle without valid license, FTA. Bond $4,000.
     Shane Poole, 29, of Chiefland was arrested for two out-of-county warrants. Bond $52,500.
JANUARY 22
     Corddarryl Devon Bell, 24, of Gainesville was arrested for DWLSR – knowingly. Bond $1,000.
     Anthony Burgess Mendenhall, 30, of Bronson was arrested for DUI – alcohol or drugs, refuse to submit to DUI test after license suspended. No bond amount was given.
     Shawn David Myers, 39, of Trenton was arrested for expired motor vehicle registration over six months – subsequent offense, DWLSR – first offense. Bond $2,500.
     Corey Wayne Shryock, 36, of Bronson was arrested for hit and run – unattended vehicle or property without leaving ID, fail to register motor vehicle, DWLSR – first offense. Bond $12,000.
JANUARY 23
     Frank M. Akins, 35, of Bronson was arrested for hit and run, leave scene of crash involving damage to property. Bond $5,000.
     Johnnie Russell Arnett, 31, of Inglis was arrested for poss. of weapon or ammo by convicted Florida felon, dealing in stolen property. Bond $75,000.
     Shantle Nicole McDowell, 25, of Cross City was arrested for larceny – commit theft – resist recovery of property. Bond $1,000.
     Regina Peppers, 39, of Cross City was arrested for larceny – commit theft – resist recovery of property. Bond $5,000.
     Jaret Sloan Pobliner, 34, of Trenton was arrested for trespassing structure or conveyance. Bond $1,000.
     Mark Daniel Wright, 29, of Williston was arrested for battery – touch or strike. Bond $5,000.
JANUARY 24
     Shawnette L. Cain, 37, of Inglis was arrested for cruelty toward child – abuse child without great bodily harm. Bond $10,000.
     Lorenza Haynes, 40, of Williston was arrested for non-support of children or spouse. Bond $2,570.
     Bradley Eugene Inglett, 37, of Trenton was arrested for DUI – alcohol or drugs. Bond $5,000.
     Scott Daniel Rector, 31, of Williston was arrested for battery – touch or strike, kidnap – false imprisonment – adult. Bond $15,000.
     William Edgar Roberson III, 19, of Chiefland was arrested for battery on officer/ firefighter/ EMT/ etc., damage property – criminal mischief $200 and under, larceny – petit theft – second degree – first offense, resist officer with violence, disorderly intoxication in a public place causing a disturbance. Bond $13,000.
     Larry Duane Teckenbrock, 28, of Trenton was arrested for an out-of-county warrant. Bond $5,000.
JANUARY 25
     Scott L. Gilbert, 50, of Inglis was arrested for battery on person 65 years of age or older. No bond amount was given.
     Stephon Anthony McClendon, 29, of Williston was arrested for DUI – alcohol or drugs. Bond $2,000.

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      Publisher’s note:
The following information was provided by the Dixie County Sheriff’s Office. These defendants were arrested by the GCSO and other agencies. Every person suspected of a crime is presumed innocent until he or she is proved to be guilty beyond a reasonable doubt.




DWLSR
– Driving While License Suspended or Revoked
Poss. – Possession

DUI – Driving while Under the Influence of alcohol or other drugs
LEO – Law Enforcement Officer
RWOV– Resisting Arrest Without Violence

JANUARY 20
     Spencer Clinton Parrish, 30, of Old Town was arrested for theft – shoplifting. Bond $1,500.
JANUARY 21
     Vera Elizabeth Leira, 36, of Old Town was arrested for manufacture methamphetamine, trafficking methamphetamine. Bond $50,000.
     Robert Daniel Leira, 26, of Old Town was arrested for manufacture methamphetamine, trafficking methamphetamine. Bond $50,000.
     Michael E. Ricketson, 37, of Chiefland was arrested for an out-of-county warrant. No bond amount was given.
JANUARY 22
     Richard Glenn Powers, 30, of Old Town was arrested for a writ of bodily attachment. No bond amount was given.
JANUARY 23
     Lee Anderson, 25, of Old Town was arrested for aggravated assault, criminal mischief, contraband, poss. less than 20 grams of cannabis. Bond $3,000.
JANUARY 24
     Michael Brian Walsh, 56, of Old Town was arrested for disorderly intoxication. Bond $1,500.
     A 17-year-old juvenile from Cross City was arrested for a weapon, poss. of less than 20 grams of marijuana. No bond amount was given.
     Jason Keith Grissett, 38, of Old Town was arrested for disorderly conduct. Bond $1,500.


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      Publisher’s note: The following information was provided by the Gilchrist County Sheriff’s Office. These defendants were arrested by the GCSO and other agencies. Every person suspected of a crime is presumed innocent until he or she is proved to be guilty beyond a reasonable doubt.



DWLSR
– Driving While License Suspended or Revoked
Poss. – Possession
DUI – Driving while Under the Influence of alcohol or other drugs
LEO – Law Enforcement Officer
RWOV– Resisting Arrest Without Violence

JANUARY 19
     Raymond Allen David Brown, 18, of High Springs was arrested for sexual assault – victim over 12-years-of-age – physical force – no damage. Bond $5,000.
     Shirley Jean Kelley, 46, of Old Town was arrested for poss. controlled substance without prescription. Bond $2,500.
JANUARY 20
     Daquan A. Davis, 20, of Deerfield Beach was arrested for aggravated battery by person detained in prison or jail facility; disorderly conduct – affray. Bond $7,500.
JANUARY 21
     Clayton John App, 32, of Trenton was arrested for poss. cocaine. Bond $5,000.
     Ronald Leslie Douglas, 55, of Bell was arrested for DUI – alcohol or drugs. Bond $15,000.
     Rodolfo A. Ojeda, 22, of Arcadia was arrested for homicide – murder – dangerous, depraved without premeditation, evidence – destroying, tamper with or fabricate physical evidence, smuggle, contraband into prison articles of food or clothing to inmate. No bond amount was given.
JANUARY 22
     Donald Joseph Sherlock, 38, of Branford was arrested for operating a motorcycle without license. Bond $1,000.
JANUARY 23
     Dennis McGee, 52, of Trenton was arrested for non-support of children or spouse. No bond amount was given.
     Matthew Mark Remai, 28, of Bell was arrested for DUI – alcohol or drugs.
JANUARY 24
     Joseph Bert Burkett, 51, of Bell was arrested for poss. open container, DWLSR – habitual offender, marijuana – poss. not more than 20 grams, drug equipment – poss. and/or use. Bond $10,000.
     Robert Edward Callahan, 40, of Trenton was arrested for contempt of court – violate injunction – protection domestic violence. Bond $10,000.
JANUARY 25
     Justin C. Johnson, 24, of Old Town was arrested for an out-of-county warrant. Bond $2,500.

-- UPDATED --

THU.  JAN. 29   4:37 p.m.
Levy, Dixie, Gilchrist counties



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