All of Suwannee River
and Santa Fe Rivers
Are 'No Wake Idle Speed Only'

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This view of the Suwannee River is looking from the Dixie County side toward the Gilchrist County side of the river at a curve of U.S. Highway 19 just north of Levy and Gilchrist counties. This picture was taken shortly before noon on Friday (April 18). Raindrops are making little splashes on the top of the river, and within a few minutes there were bigger raindrops.
Photo by Jeff M. Hardison

Published April 18, 2014
     TRI-COUNTY AREA -- Flood waters in the Suwannee River rose to more than 26 feet above mean sea level at Branford recently, so the Florida Fish and Wildlife Conservation Commission (FWC) activated boating restrictions on a portion of the river on Friday (April 18).
     All five zones on the Suwannee and Santa Fe rivers are now active.
     The area most recetly activated, Zone 2, stretches from the State Road 51 Bridge at Luraville to Little River Spring. This 18-mile segment becomes an idle-speed, no-wake zone when the Suwannee River is at 26 feet or more above mean sea level, as indicated on the Branford gauge, where flood stage is 29 feet.
     FWC officers will be patrolling the rivers to ensure boaters comply with the idle-speed, no-wake rule, said Maj. Andy Krause, regional commander at the FWC’s Lake City office. The FWC encourages boaters to stay off the river system until conditions improve.
     An idle-speed, no-wake zone means a vessel must proceed at a speed no greater than what is required to maintain steerageway and headway. At no time, however, is any vessel required to proceed so slowly that the operator is unable to control it or anything it may be towing.
     For more information about the flood zones, please call 386-758-0525. To report violations, please call 888-404-3922.
     To obtain real-time river level information, visit www.mysuwanneeriver.com.

Boat ramps closed in Levy County
Published April 17, 2014
     BRONSON -- The Levy County Board of County Commissioners and the Levy County Sheriff’s Office announced that all boat ramps on the Suwannee River are closed in Levy County.
     Due to rising river conditions and hazardous navigation, the ramps at Clay Landing, Fowlers Bluff and Camp Azalea are closed until further notice. For vessels navigating the area of Fowlers Bluff, a no wake zone has been established by the Florida Fish and Wildlife Conservation Commission. In fact, the FWC has closed all zones of the Suwannee and Santa Fe Rivers.
     The Suwannee River will be patrolled by FWC. All agencies are asking residents and visitors who will be on the water to be respectful of the no wake provision which will reduce damage to homes on waterfront properties.


Gilchrist County warns of flooding
Published April 18, 2014
     TRENTON -- Gilchrist County Emergency Management Director David Peaton would like to inform all residents and visitors who have an interest on or near the Santa Fe River or the Suwannee River that the National Weather Service is predicting moderate to major flooding from the two rivers.
      Continued periods of heavy rainfall have caused significant rises in river levels. River levels are expected to continue rising quickly over the next week. Citizens can expect property that is prone to river flooding to be inaccessible along with some access roads to be flooded and impassable.
     Individuals are urged to take all necessary precautions to protect property from rising flood waters and to make arrangements now -- should access roads become impassable due to flooding. Travelers are reminded not to cross flooded roads if they are not certain of the depth of the water, Peaton said, adding “Turn around, don’t drown.”
     Anyone who sees flooded roadways and property damage is asked to report it to their local sheriff’s department non-emergency phone number.
     For more information on river flood levels please visit the National Weather Service at http://www.water.weather.gov, or the Suwannee River Water Management District at http://www.srwmd.state.fl.us/.


Man ticketed after crash
By Jeff M. Hardison © April 18, 2014
     WILLISTON -- A 43-year-old Dunnellon man was ticketed for driving on a revoked license, careless driving and driving without using a seatbelt Friday morning after he crashed at about 9:40, according to a media release by Florida Highway Patrol Trooper Glen Ganus, reviewed by FHP Sgt. James Barber.
     Brian K. Racklet, 43, of Dunnellon was driving a 1994 Jeep Cherokee north on Levy County Road 323 near Southeast 20th Street, the FHP said. He had no passengers and was not wearing a seatbelt, the FHP said.
     Jeffery B. Cooper, 52, of Williston was driving a 2001 Ford F-350 pickup truck north on CR in front of the Jeep as Cooper attempted to make a right turn onto Southeast 20th Street, the FHP said. He was wearing a seatbelt and had Richard T. Brooks, 42, of Sahuarita, Ariz., as his passenger, the FHP said.
     The Jeep struck the Ford's rear with its right front, the FHP said, causing the Ford to rotate clockwise, the FHO said. The Ford traveled onto Southeast 20th Street and left the road on the right shoulder of 20th Street, traveling to the southeast, the FHP said.
     The Ford struck a cattle gate with its front and continued traveling southeast for several feet and came to final rest in a pasture -- facing southeast, the FHP said.
     After impact, the Jeep traveled a few feet to the northeast and came to final rest on 20th Street, the FHP said, just east of CR 323 -- facing northeast.
     Rackley will face the three charges. He was and transported to Seven Rivers Hospital in Crystal River with minor injuries. Neither Cooper nor Brooks suffered injuries, the FHP said.


DCSO seeks missing man
Vehicle found in Gilchrist County
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Wallace Gray Kincaid, 41, is reported missing by his family.

Published April 17, 2014

     DIXIE COUNTY -- The Dixie County Sheriff's Department is seeking the help of the public in finding a man who is not wanted for any criminal reason, but who is missing.
     Wallace Gray Kincaid, 41, is six feet tall. He has blue eyes.  He was reported as a missing person by his family, DCSO spokesman Maj. Scott Harden said.
     Due to medical concerns and the circumstances in which he disappeared, his family and the DCSO are asking that anyone who has contact with or sees Kincaid to call.
     Kincaid’s vehicle was discovered in northern Gilchrist County on the afternoon of April 11, Harden said, and the Gilchrist County Sheriff's’ Offices and the DCSO have been unable to locate Kincaid or anyone who can provide information on his disappearance, Harden said.
     Anyone who might have information concerning Kincaid’s location is asked to call the DCSO at 352-498-1231 extension “0,” the GCSO at 352-463-3410 or call 9-1-1 to report this to any local law enforcement agency.


FHP issues smoke alert
for Paynes Prairie Park area

Published April 17, 2014
     ALACHUA COUNTY -- A 52-acre prescribed burn is being conducted in the Paynes Prairie Park off of U.S. Highway 441 in Alachua County, according to an April 17 media release by FHP Capt. Coby D. Fincher.
     The prescribed burn is emitting smoke, which may impact the roadways in the area of U.S. 441 and Alachua County Road 234, the FHP said.
     Motorists are urged by the FHP to use caution when traveling in these areas. Visibility may deteriorate quickly due to smoke/fog type conditions especially during the night time and early morning hours, the FHP said.
     Motorists are reminded to reduce their speed and utilize low beam headlights in order to adapt to changing weather conditions, the FHP said.


Woman dies in crash
By Jeff M. Hardison © April 17, 2014
     ALACHUA COUNTY -- A 29-year-old Gainesville woman died as the result of injuries sustained from an accident at about 6:45 Wednesday evening on Interstate 75, just north of Alachua (State Road 236), according to Florida Highway Patrol MCpl. Jessie T. Stalnaker, who investigated the accident.
     The single occupant of the 1999 SAAB two-door convertible was Megan Marie Wyche, said Stalnaker in the media release that was reviewed by FHP Sgt. William Bishop.
     The FHP noted witnesses said the victim was driving northbound on Interstate 75, just north of SR 236 at a high rate of speed (estimated by witnesses to be well in excess of 90 m.p.h. and in a reckless manner).
     Wyche lost control while entering into a slight curve of I-75 due to her speed, causing her vehicle to abruptly swerve hard to the right, inducing it into a clockwise yaw as it crossed over all the northbound travel lanes in a northeasterly direction, the FHP noted, according to witness statements and crash scene analysis.
      The vehicle then left the pavement and entered onto the sloped, easternmost grassy shoulder, where it overturned several times, the FHP said, and then it struck the border fence and came to rest on its top.
     Wyche was pronounced dead at the scene by attending Alachua County EMS personnel.


Crab Fest prep starts
Published April 16, 2014
     BRONSON -- After one man died from injuries suffered from a gunshot wound, and four other people suffered non-fatal gunshot wounds last year during Crab Fest in Levy County near Williston, the Levy County Sheriff’s Office has ramped up planning for Crab Festival 2014.
     Levy County Sheriff Bobby McCallum and his executive staff have attended meetings with Williston community leaders who offered their assistance to make this event safer. Crab Fest is planned for April 26 in the unincorporated area of Levy County near east Williston.
     Residents and visitors who travel through Levy County can expect traffic congestion near U.S. Alt. 27 and Levy County Road 318 near Williston on Saturday, April 26. There will be no parking on CR 318 (including at vendors' booths), or on its right-of-way. Any vehicles parked on the right-of-way may be towed.
     The LCSO has enlisted the help of the Marion County Sheriff’s Office, the Florida Highway Patrol, the Florida Division of Alcoholic Beverages and Tobacco, the Florida Fish and Wildlife Conservation Commission and the Florida Department of Agriculture. Law enforcement officers will curb the illegal sales of alcoholic beverages, address drug violations, control traffic, food safety and health violations.
     Levy CR 318 will be closed at 3 p.m. or earlier on April 26, depending on traffic congestion and safety concerns. Residents of homes that are accessed via CR 318 should be prepared to show photo ID with a current address. All through traffic will be re-routed at Northeast 212nd Court and Northeast 35th Street to U.S. Alt. 27. The LCSO encourages everyone who is not attending the event to avoid the area by using alternate routes.


CPD approved for a
cruiser and movie nights

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CPD Chief Robert Douglas (left) and Capt. Ray Tremblay speak to the Chiefland City Commission on Monday night (April 14).

Story and Photo

By Jeff M. Hardison © April 15, 2014
     CHIEFLAND -- Chiefland Police Department Chief Robert Douglas and Capt. Ray Tremblay found a 5-0 vote of approval from the Chiefland City Commission on Monday night (April 14), after the men asked for a car deal and the go-ahead for building better relationships in the city.
     Chief Douglas opened the session during the regular City Commission meeting by mentioning the CPD has been investigating assaults, burglaries, batteries and criminal mischief as he started with the “ABC”s of crime in Chiefland during the past two weeks, since the previous regular meeting.
     The chief mentioned that Kary Colson’s wife Joyce is in the hospital now. Kary Colson is a well-known crossing guard for Chiefland High School and he was recently named 2013 Citizen of the Year.
     At the start of the meeting, City Manager Kevin Gay had asked the chief to mention in the opening prayer a request of God for the improved health of Wayne Weatherford, president of Chiefland Area Athletic Association, because Weatherford had intended to be at the Monday night meeting but was unable to due to a health issue.
     Colson’s name came up as a possible person to hire part-time for a new post in the city, but the city manager said Colson is already on the payroll, and those added hours would cause some bookkeeping and personnel issues that he sees as potentially being too costly for the city.
     While Colson is with his wife at the hospital, the CPD is covering school crossing duties, Douglas said. And so, since Police Chief Douglas forgot to add Kary and Joyce Colson in the opening prayer, Vice Mayor Teresa Barron said she believed the City Commission would have no objection to praying for the Colson family at that minute. Chief Douglas did so, and the faithful in the audience joined him.
     And then it was back to city business.
     The 2009 Dodge Charger, which is a modified civilian car, is going to be sold via auction. This sale will help the CPD buy a third, $6,000 -- 2006 Crown Victoria police car from the Seminole County Sheriff’s Office. Capt. Tremblay said the CPD wants to have police cars for all of its officers as it trades or sells non-police issue vehicles for them.
     As for the idea to add something to help build a stronger bridge between the city police and the residents and visitors of Chiefland, there may be movies in the future.
     A once-a-month Friday night movie night shows promise, Tremblay said, to attract children aged 10 to 12 years old to watch at the CPD. There may be a fee for popcorn and soda to offset the $50 charge of showing a movie to the public. The possible movie option request was given the go-ahead for Tremblay to move forward with, and the auction of the Dodge and the purchase of the Ford car is approved too.
     That unanimous vote of approval resulted on a motion by Barron, seconded by City Councilwoman Betty Walker.


DCSO Seeks Suspected Thieves
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The two people seen in this photograph are suspected of stealing many cigarettes and lottery tickets from a convenience store in Old Town on April 5. These two are suspected because they reportedly attempted cash some of the stolen tickets later in the evening on the same date. The Dixie County Sheriff's Office would like to charge them with a crime and have the justice system show them that stealing is not allowed in Florida. Anyone who knows who these people are is asked to contact the DCSO in Cross City at 352-498-1228 or 352-498-1456.
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DCSO catches burglary suspect
By Jeff M. Hardison © April 14, 2014
     DIXIE COUNTY -- The combined efforts of an alert member of the general public and a fast-acting deputy led to the capture of a burglary suspect in Dixie County on Friday night (April 11), according to an April 14 press release from Dixie County Sheriff's Office spokesman Maj. Scott Harden.
DCSO041414     A DCSO deputy was on patrol in the town of Horseshoe at about 9 p.m. when a person flagged him down, Harden said. The female witness told the deputy that she saw a person attempting to break into the part-time residence, Harden said.

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     She said that when the man saw her watching him, that he fled around the side of the home, Harden said.
     The deputy went to the residence and found the suspect hiding in the bottom of a boat that also belongs to the homeowner, Harden said.
     Joe M. Gunn, 48, of New Port Richey was arrested on the charges of burglary of dwelling and burglary of a conveyance, Harden said. Gunn was booked into the Dixie County Jail where he is being held in lieu of a $75,000 bond, Harden said.


U.S. Marshals Fugitive Task Force
captures suspect in Williston

Published April 10, 2014
     GAINESVILLE – The U.S. Marshals Florida Regional Fugitive Task Force located and arrested Warren Frazier, 23, at a mobile home in Williston on Thursday morning (April 10), according to a news release from Deputy U.S. Marshal Bryon Carroll.
LCSO041014x     Frazier, who is known to law enforcement officers for having resisted arrest in the past, was wanted by the Levy County Sheriff’s Office on an outstanding arrest warrant for felony fleeing or attempting to elude (high speed/wanton disregard), leaving the scene of an accident with property damage, and driving while license suspended or revoked, according to records.

Warren Frazier
Photo Courtesy of LCSO

     Frazier’s warrant stemmed from an incident on April 2 where Frazier, who had no valid driver license, was spotted by an LCSO deputy driving a vehicle in the area of East Williston. When the deputy activated his emergency lights, Frazier accelerated rapidly and ran a stop sign, according to an LCSO report.
     The deputy discontinued the chase, however he later found Frazier’s vehicle where it had crashed into a nearby home. Frazier was no longer at the crash scene. The crash caused approximately $1,000 in damage to the residence.
     Task Force members determined Frazier likely would be at his girlfriend’s mobile home in Williston on Thursday morning.
     At approximately 7 a.m., Task Force members – including investigators from the U.S. Marshals Service - the LCSO, the Alachua County Sheriff’s Office, and the Gainesville Police Department – approached and surrounded the mobile home located at 21190 N.E. 37th Place, Carroll said.
      Despite several commands to exit the mobile home, Carroll said, both Frazier and his girlfriend refused to exit. Task Force members later made contact with both Frazier and his girlfriend by phone.      At approximately 8:30 a.m., Carroll said, after continued contact by phone, the girlfriend exited the mobile home. A few minutes later, Frazier also came out of the mobile home and was taken into custody by Task Force members.
     Frazier was booked into the Levy County Jail on his outstanding warrant.
     The Gainesville Division of the U.S. Marshals Florida Regional Fugitive Task Force is sponsored by the U.S. Marshals Service and is comprised of investigators from the U.S. Marshals Service, the ACSO, the LCSO, the Marion County Sheriff's Office, the GPD, and the Chiefland Police Department.


Woman dies in crash;
girl dies later

By Jeff M. Hardison © April 10, 2014
     ALACHUA COUNTY -- A 36-year-old Cross City woman died and a 7-year-old girl was taken to Shands Hospital after a single-car crash Wednesday evening (April 9) at 7:38, according to media release by Florida Highway Patrol Trooper T.A. Guenther, reviewed by FHP Sgt. Dan Miller.
     Brooke Felty Koschatzky was driving a 2012 Toyota Camry north on Interstate 75 in the center lane, the FHP said.
     For reasons unknown, the car left the paved portion of the roadway about one mile north of the State Road 24 intersection, the FHP said. The Camry went to the right onto the east grass shoulder, where it impacted a tree with its front end, the FHP said.
     The Dixie County driver suffered fatal injuries as a result of the crash, the FHP said. Riley Ann Koschatzky, 7, was transported to Shands Pediatrics with critical injuries, the FHP said. The child succumbed to injuries and died on Thursday (April 10), according to the FHP.


Drug collection slated
for April 26 at LCSO


Published April 10, 2014

     BRONSON -- The Levy County Sheriff's Office in partnership with the Levy County Prevention Coalition is scheduled to participate in the U.S. Drug Enforcement Agency's National Prescription Drug Take Back Initiative.
     This event is slated to be held at the LCSO Complex, 9150 N.E. 80th Ave., Bronson on Saturday April 26, from 10 a.m. until 2 p.m. Sheriff’s deputies will be present to accept all medications. The collection site will be located at the south entrance to the complex.
     Participants are encouraged to bring in prescription medications that are no longer used, out of date, or medications from loved ones who have passed away. Medications can be loose or in containers. Participants will be able to drive in and drop medications into boxes provided, without having to exit their vehicles.
     Please join in DEA's, the LCSO's and the Levy County Prevention Coalition's efforts to keep unwanted or unneeded medications from being used of abused in a manner other than prescribed by a doctor.


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LCSO arrests
to April 13

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. People suspected of Failure To Appear (FTA) or of Violation of Probation (VOP) are not listed here. 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

APRIL 7
     Ricky Lee Alston, 28, of Chiefland was arrested for DWLSR. No bond amount was given.
     Ronald Williams Longwell, 48, of Williston was arrested for DUI and damage to property. Bond $2,000.
     April Elaine Reutebuch, 38, of Oldsmar was arrested for two counts of grand theft - $300 to less than $5,000. Bond $30,000.
     Shannon Christopher Rupe, 30, of Zephyrhills was arrested for DWLSR, give false info or reports to police. Bond $35,000.
APRIL 8
     David Allen Morris, 28, of Williston was arrested for grand theft - $300 to less than $5,000. Bond $5,000.
     Bryan Curtis Wells, 25, of Trenton was arrested for DWLSR. Bond $5,000.
APRIL 9
     Calah Erica Crandall, 24, of Chiefland was arrested for trespass warning. Bond $500.
     Roosevelt T. Frazier, 28, of Williston was arrested for burglary – occupied dwelling, unarmed, obstruct w/o violence, and two warrants. Bond $100,000.
     Brittany Nicole McClain, 21, of Chiefland was arrested for a warrant. Bond $10,000.
     DeannaRose Marie Raudis, 20, of Williston was arrested for an out-of-county warrant, marijuana – poss. not more than 20 grams. Bond $131,000.
     Brandy Lee Seale, 33, of Williston was arrested for poss. drug paraphernalia. Bond $1,000.
APRIL 10
     Warren Rashaad Frazier, 23, of Williston was arrested for leave scene of crash involving damage to property, flee w/disregard of safety to persons or property, DWLSR – second offense. Bond $140,000.
     Jose Dejesus Santamaria, 28, of Morriston was arrested for an out-of-county warrant. No bond amount was given.
APRIL 11
     Dyllan McElveen, 21, of Cedar Key was arrested for controlled substance w/o prescription, marijuana – poss. not more than 20 grams, drug equipment – poss. and/or use. No bond amount was given.
APRIL 12
    Reginald Ventrell Adams Sr., 51, of Chiefland was arrested for petit theft, disorderly intoxication in a public place causing a disturbance.
     Leonard Charles Gilbert, 39, of Archer was arrested for poss. of weapon or ammo by convicted Florida felon, w/deadly weapon without intent to kill. Bond $500,000.
APRIL 13
     David Michael Codella, 47, of Lehigh Acres was arrested for disorderly intoxication in a public place causing a disturbance. Bond $1,000.
     Larry Devonte Debose, 22, of Williston was arrested for obstruct without violence. Bond $5,000.
     Carrie Lynn Hyatt, 40, of Chiefland was arrested for two counts of DWLSR. Bond $3,000.
     Arnoldo Morales, 36, of Trenton was arrested for battery – domestic violence. Bond $10,000.
     John Colton Shiver, 24, of Williston was arrested for DWLSR, violation of probation and a warrant. Bond $2,000..


DCSODCSO arrests
to April 13
    

Publisher’s note: The following information was provided by the Dixie County Sheriff’s Office in regard to people arrested. These defendants were arrested by the DCSO and other agencies. People suspected of Failure To Appear (FTA) or of Violation of Probation (VOP) are not listed here. 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

APRIL 8
     Martha Lynn Corbin, 43, of Branford was arrested for an out-of-county warrant. No bond amount was given.
APRIL 9
     Justin J. Teague, 30, of Cross City was arrested for escape. Bond $25,000.
     Chad Eric Gaskins, 39, of Branford was arrested for grand theft III – specified property. Bond $25,000.
     William J. Hooper, 27, of Old Town was arrested for dealing in stolen property. Bond $50,000.
     Jonathan Keefe Rain, 31, of Chiefland was arrested for burglary of structure, grand theft III. Bond $25,000.
     Stuart Alan Prescott, 47, of Suwannee was arrested for aggravated assault with deadly weapon, discharge firearm in public, exhibit dangerous weapon. Bond $15,000.
     Carla Renae Matthews, 39, of Suwannee was arrested for hit and run, out-of-county warrant. Bond $25,000.
     Telisa Kaye Chapman, 35, of Old Town was arrested for hit and run, reckless driving, DUI, DUI - damage property, aggravated battery. Bond $25,000.
APRIL 11
     A 17-year-old juvenile from Cross City was arrested for disorderly intoxication, RWOV, battery. No bond amount was given.
     Raymond Earl Brown, 38, of Cross City was arrested for driver license suspended. Bond $3,000.
     Joe M. Gunn, 48, of Cross City was arrested for burglary – residence, burglary – vehicle. Bond $50,000.
APRIL 12
     Samantha Joe Corbin, 27, of Old Town was arrested for a Levy County warrant. Bond $2,000.
     James F. Kolosa, 66, no address listed was arrested for reckless driving. Bond $400.
APRIL 13
     Eugenia Hurst Adams, 30, of Cross City was arrested for DWLSR. Bond $1,500.
     Coley Eugene Long, 33, of Steinhatchee was arrested for no driver license. Bond $1,500.


 GCSOGCSO arrests
to April 12

Publisher’s note: The following information was provided by the Gilchrist County Sheriff’s Office in regard to people arrested. These defendants were arrested by the GCSO and other agencies. People suspected of Failure To Appear (FTA) or of Violation of Probation (VOP) are not listed here. 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

APRIL 8
     Tracy Lynn Hobby, 27, of Bell was arrested for an out-of-county warrant, drug equipment – poss. and/or use.
     Robert Anthony Wilbanks, 42, of Live Oak was arrested for two out-of-county warrants and FTA. Bond $11,513.10.
APRIL 9
     Kathleen Margaret Bency, 49, of Trenton was arrested for petit theft – first degree - $100 to less than $300. Bond $2,500.
     Jacob Randel Gamble Jr., 18, of Trenton was arrested for marijuana – poss. not more than 20 grams. No bond amount was given.
APRIL 12
     Cheyenne Ruben Barkley, 47, of Trenton was arrested for drug equipment – poss. and/or use. Bond $2,500.
     Selvin Padilla-Diaz, 38, of Bell was arrested for DUI – alcohol and damage to property, operate motor vehicle without valid driver license. Bond $12,500.
     Valerie Lou Zeller, 45, of High Springs was arrested for battery – touch or strike, battery on officer/ firefighter/ EMT, etc. ROR..

 

-- UPDATED --
FRI. APR. 18   10:57 p.m.
Levy, Gilchrist, Dixie counties


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