Truck Hits Pole
On Dead Man's Curve

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A truck is said to have hit a pole on Dead Man's Curve of State Road 345. The Florida Highway Patrol anticipates providing information about the crash at some point on Monday (Aug. 3).
Photos by Jeff M. Hardison © Aug. 2, 2015 @ 9:57 p.m.
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Central Florida Electric Cooperative linemen work to restore service early Sunday morning (Aug. 2) in the rain after a vehicle knocked a pole down.
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A member of the Levy County Sheriff's Office Citizens On Patrol helps keep traffic off of the road so that linemen can work.
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Members of the Florida Department of Transportation out of the Chiefland office help with traffic control on Sunday morning


Two hurt in crash
By Jeff M. Hardison © Aug. 1, 2015 @ 3:47 p.m.
     ALACHUA COUNTY-- A man from Williston and a man from High Springs man were injured in a crash late Friday afternoon (July 31), according to the Florida Highway Patrol.

      Terence Michael Mulligan, 52, of Williston was driving a 2008 Dodge Ram west on State Road 26 near Dudley Farms in Alachua County at 4:23 p.m., FHP Sgt. Tracy Hisler-Pace said in a press release based on information from crash investigator FHP Trooper Michael Hathcock.
     MacKenzie Elizabeth Mulligan, 18, of Williston was a passenger in that vehicle the FHP said.
     Leonidas Polopolus, 81, of High Springs was driving a 2015 Ford Escape, which had stopped in the right lane of SR 26.
     Terence Mulligan failed to observe the Ford Escape stopped in the right lane in front of him, the FHP said. Due to the driver of the Dodge Ram's actions, that vehicle’s front hit the rear of the Ford Escape, the FHP said.
     Both Terence Mulligan and Polopolus were transported to UF Health in Gainesville, the FHP said. Polopolus was critically injured and Terence Mulligan was seriously injured, the FHP said. MacKenzie Mulligan was not hurt, the FHP said.
     This crash investigation is still ongoing, however charges are pending completion of the investigation, the FHP said. All of the individuals were wearing seatbelts and there was no alcohol involved, the FHP said.


FHP joins national
effort to combat
aggressive driving

TACT is July 31 - Aug. 13
Published July 31, 2015 @ 6:57 p.m.
Updated Aug. 1, 2015 @ 4:47 a.m.

     TALLAHASSEE – Beginning Friday (July 31), the Florida Highway Patrol’s Commercial Vehicle Enforcement troopers will begin another phase of Ticketing Aggressive Cars and Trucks (TACT), a safety campaign aimed at educating motorists about the dangers of aggressive driving when driving around large trucks on the road.

     “The safety of all motorists is our number one priority,” said Lt. Colonel Troy Thompson, deputy director of the FHP. “Exercising patience when driving around large trucks and other vehicles will help to ensure the safety of everyone on the roadway.”
     The TACT campaign runs from July 31 through Aug. 13. Troopers will be looking for car and truck drivers who display aggressive driving behavior such as following too closely, speeding and unsafe lane changes.

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     Protect yourself, your passengers and others on the roadway by learning how to safely share the road. FHP offers the following tips for driving around large trucks:
     • Don’t cut off trucks. Total stopping distance is very different for a large truck than a passenger car. When you pass a large truck allow a car length for every 10 mph you are traveling. Cutting it close with a truck can cut your life short.
     • Stay out of the truck’s blind spots/No Zones. Trucks have very large blind spots.
     • Keep a safe distance. While it is never safe to tailgate any vehicle on the highway, following too close is particularly dangerous around large trucks and buses because the size of these vehicles prevents you from seeing the road ahead and having sufficient time to react to slowing or stopped traffic or another obstacle.
     • Only change lanes when you can see both of the truck’s headlights in your rearview mirror.


Reward offered
for info on murder

Published July 30, 2015 @ 8:07 p.m.
     BRONSON -- Levy County Sheriff Robert "Bobby" McCallum Jr. wants to solve a murder that occurred just over one year ago.
     On July 5, 2014, deputies from the Levy County Sheriff’s Office responded to the report of a dead man at 3571 N.E. 218th Ave. in Williston. Investigators found the body of Leo Rives, 31, which had been on the ground beside his vehicle.  
Rives2     After following up on initial leads, the case has remained unsolved. With the passing of the first anniversary of Rives' murder, LCSO investigators are asking the public for assistance in closing this case for the friends and family of the victim.

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     Anyone wishing to provide information should contact the lead investigators, Sgt. Mike Narayan or Cpl. Tom Martin at 352-486-5111, Extension 291 or 267.
     Investigators believe there are individuals that know who is involved in the murder. These witnesses may fear retaliation and have chosen not to become involved.
     "We are appealing to these witnesses to do what is right and help bring closure and justice for the family," Undersheriff W.O. Brett Beauchamp III said in a press release on Thursday (July 30). "We strongly encourage these individuals to utilize Crime Stoppers if they wish to remain anonymous."
     Crime Stoppers of Levy County has authorized a cash award of up to $1,000 for information leading to the arrest and prosecution of the person or persons involved in the murder of Rives.  That information can be provided anonymously at 1-877-349-8477.


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This Florida Highway Patrol cruiser is seen parked with its engine running in the median of U.S. Alt. 27 in Levy County on Thursday (July 30). FHP troopers enforce traffic laws to protect life and property. These vehicles are of the type that are used for regular road patrol as well as for enforcement of traffic laws as commercial vehicles use the roadways.

Photo by Jeff M. Hardison © July 31, 2015 @ 9:07 p.m.


Man dies in crash
By Jeff M. Hardison © July 30, 2015 @ 3:07 p.m.
     GAINESVILLE-- A 60-year-old man died in a crash on I-75 in Alachua County early Wednesday evening (July 29), according to the Florida Highway Patrol.
     Nathan Zimmerman, 60, of Center Hill died as a result injuries he suffered in the accident that happened at 5:37 p.m. near northbound mile marker 400 in Alachua County, according to the press release from FHP Sgt. W.J. Berger, based on information from crash investigator FHP Trooper Joseph P. Loffredo and homicide investigator FHP Cpl. K.M. Boatright.
     Sharon A Robison, 53, of Lake City was driving a silver-colored 2003 Cadillac CTS sedan northbound when she lost control and the vehicle went into the pathway of a white-colored 2015 Dodge Grand Caravan, which was driven by Zimmerman, the FHP said.
     The driver of the Cadillac was not injured. Both vehicles sustained disabling damage. The driver of the Dodge
was pronounced dead at the scene. Both drivers were wearing seatbelts and alcohol is not believed to have been a factor in the accident, the FHP said.
     Charges are pending completion of the investigation, the FHP said.


Drug suspect arrested
in connection
with murder case

By Jeff M. Hardison © July 28, 2015 @ 9:27 p.m.
      OCALA -- A man suspected of possession of oxycodone with intent to distribute, possession of a firearm by a convicted felon and tampering with evidence was arrested in the wee hours of Tuesday morning (July 28), according to an arrest affidavit from the Ocala Police Department.
      Jervanie Monserratt, 26, of Ocala was at the Village Green apartment complex, 500 S.W. 33rd Ave., where the body of Kerman Dent Jackson Jr., 23, had been found in apartment 92B shortly after he appears to have been shot twice in the chest and killed on Monday evening (July 27), according to records. The murder appears to have happened at about 5:30 p.m. on Monday.
      Monserratt was arrested at 3 a.m. on Tuesday, according to records.
OPD Det. M. Steckman noted that Monserratt was the person who called 9-1-1 after hearing the shots. Monserratt told police that he had taken Jackson's cell phone from the scene and had placed it in Monserratt's apartment -- 37B. Monserratt was read his rights and he understood them, Steckman noted.
      Monserratt told police prescription pills would be found in his apartment 37B, too, Steckman said. A search warrant was obtained and executed at apartment 37B, according to records. Ten 20-milligram oxycodone pills were found in that apartment. A 9 mm Ruger handgun was found on the ground behind the residence directly across the street from apartment 37B, Steckman noted.
      Monserratt said he took the Ruger from inside the cabinet in Jackson's apartment so that Jackson would not get in trouble, Steckman noted. Monserratt said the pills were being sold by Monserratt for a person, whom he would not identify, Steckman noted.
      Total bonds were set at $50,000 for Monserratt's three felony charges. Det. Steckman had noted on the arrest affidavit that "... Monserratt tampered with evidence in a homicide case, in which the assailants are still at large and he (Monserratt) is also a suspect."


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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
ROR - Released on Own Recognizance

Published July 27, 2015 @ 9:27 p.m.

JULY 20
     Jonathan Lee Austin, 30, of Archer was arrested for DUI – alcohol or drugs. Bond $1,000.
     Shawn Burd, 37, of Inglis was arrested for DWLSR – third or subsequence offense. Bond $1,000.
     Travis Derelle Dallas, 41, of Williston was arrested for two counts of poss. cocaine with intent to sell, two counts of sell cocaine within 1,000 feet of worship, two counts of use two-way communication device to facilitate felony. Bond $250,000.
     Joshua Lynd Dye, 27, of Ocean Springs, Mississippi, was arrested for felony poss. ammo, vehicle theft – grand theft of motor vehicle, poss. marijuana – less than 20 grams, drug equipment – poss. and/or use. Bond $95,000.
     Katrina Renea Edwards, 33, of Bronson was arrested for heroin– sell within 1,000 feet of worship or business – schedule II, opium or derivative – poss. with intent to sell/ deliver 1,000 ft. of worship or business – schedule I or II, use two-way communication device to facilitate felony. Bond $125,000.
     Jay Brian Fairweather, 51, of Williston was arrested for opium or derivative, use two-way communication device to facilitate felony. Bond $55,000.
     Robert Mitchel Hyde, 36, of Bronson was arrested for produce drugs, sell meth, use two-way communication device to facilitate felony. Bond $125,000.
     Darian Jerome Jelks, 33, of Williston was arrested for poss. cocaine with intent to sell/ mfg./ deliver/ etc. – schedule II, sell cocaine – schedule II, use two-way communication device to facilitate felony. Bond $125,000.
     Alison Dionne Johnson, 29, of Chiefland was arrested for larceny – petit theft – second degree – first offense, out-of-county warrant. Bond $6,000.
     Aaron Justus Lambert, 29, of Morriston was arrested for poss. cocaine, sell cocaine within 1,000 ft. of worship, use two way communication device to facilitate felony. Bond $125,000.
     Aaron Braden McKnight, 42, of Williston was arrested for cocaine – poss. with intent to sell, cocaine – sell – schedule II, use two-way communication device to facilitate felony. Bond $225,000.
     Carlos Demetrius McNeal, 32, of Williston was arrested for cocaine – sell – schedule II, synth narcotic – poss. with intent to sell/ mfg./ delivery – schedule I or II, cocaine – poss. with intent to sell/ etc. within 1,000 ft. worship/ business – schedule II, cocaine sell within 1,000 ft. worship or business – schedule II, use two-way communication device to facilitate felony. Bond $225,000.
     Quentin Koron Mitchell, 38, of Williston was arrested for cocaine – poss./ sell within 1,000 ft., cocaine – poss. with intent to sell within 1,000, cocaine sell within 1,000, cocaine sell within 1,000 ft., two counts of use two-way communication device to facilitate felony. Bond $350,000.
     Martinus Antonio Monroe, 33, of Williston was arrested for two counts cocaine – poss. with intent to sell/ mfg./ deliver/ etc. – schedule II, two counts cocaine – sell – schedule II, two counts use two-way communication device to facilitate felony. Bond $250,000.
     Paul William Owens, 60, of Inglis was arrested for opium or derivative – poss., opium or derivative – sell, use two-way communication device to facilitate felony. Bond $125,000.
     James Amond Primous, 49, of Williston was arrested for cocaine – poss., cocaine – sell, use two-way communication device to facilitate felony. Bond $125,000.
     Steveon Gaminski Robinson, 32, of Williston was arrested for cocaine – poss. with intent to sell/ etc. within 1,000 ft. specified area – schedule II, cocaine – sell within 1,000 ft. of specified area – schedule II. Bond $100,000.
     Claire Clark Smith, 49, of Ocala was arrested for an out-of-county warrant. Bond $1,000.
     Leon Louis Snow, 56, of Williston was arrested for produce drugs, sell meth, use two-way communication device to facilitate felony. Bond $225,000.
JULY 21
     Michael Bradley Ainsworth, 23, of Morriston was arrested for opium or derivative – traffic 4 grams to under 30 kilograms. Bond $100,000.
     Matthew Duane Blair, 20, of Williston was arrested for opium or derivative – poss. with intent to sell/ mfg./ deliver – schedule I or II, opium or derivative – sell – schedule I or II. Bond $100,000.
     Trent Taylor Blair, 20, of Williston was arrested for opium or derivative – sell – schedule I or II, unlawful use of two-way radio. Bond $75,000.
     Jerry Dean Boyd, 46, of Bronson was arrested for cocaine – poss. with intent to sell, cocaine – sell, use two-way communication device to facilitate a felony. Bond $225,000.
     Cheyenne Bragg, 54, of Bronson was arrested for poss. of weapon – short-barreled gun, rifle or machine gun. Bond $25,000.
     Ricky Dean Crutcher, 25, of Bronson was arrested for poss. marijuana, sell marijuana, use two-way communication device to facilitate felony. Bond $65,000.
     Jeffrey Robert Demott, 26, of Williston was arrested for poss. cocaine with intent to sell within 1,000 ft. of specified area – schedule II, sell cocaine within 1,000 ft. of specified area – schedule II, use two-way communication device to facilitate felony. Bond $150,000.
     Darby Daniel Drunasky, 55, of Chiefland was arrested for weapon offense – missile into dwelling, vehicle, building or aircraft. Bond $2,000.
     Jaime Lynn Fordham, 19, of Moriston was arrested for poss. cocaine with intent to sell/ mfg./ deliver, etc. – schedule II, sell cocaine – schedule II. Bond $100,000.
     Joe Ann Garcia, 40, of Bronson was arrested for poss.  opium or derivative, sell opium or derivative. Bond $60,000.
     Jeremiah Joel Hricovsky, 42, of Bronson was arrested for poss. of short-barreled gun/ rifle or machine gun, poss. of weapon or ammo by convicted Florida felon. Bond $100,000.
     Joshua Aaron Johns, 27, of Bronson was arrested for opium or derivative within 1,000 ft. worship, poss. opium or derivative, use two-way communication device to facilitate felony. Bond $125,000.
     Coleman Wesley Jordon, 26, of Old Town was arrested for lewd and lascivious behavior – victim less than 12 years-of-age – offender more than 18 years-of-age. No bond.
     Jonathan Newman, 32, of Tamarac was arrested for opium or derivative – poss. with intent to sell/ mfg./ deliver – schedule I or II, opium or derivative – sell – schedule I or II, use two-way communication device to facilitate felony. Bond $125,000.
     Thomas Clark Newman, 39, of Morriston was arrested for opium or derivative – schedule I or II, opium or derivative – poss. with intent, unlawful use of a two-way communication. Bond $75,000.
     Carlos Javier Leon Ortiz, 23, of Bronson was arrested for cocaine – poss. with intent to sell/ mfg./ deliver/ etc. – schedule II, cocaine – sell – schedule II. Bond $100,000.
     Brittany Elizabeth Provett, 21, of Bronson was arrested for marijuana – poss. with intent to sell/ mfg./ deliver – schedule I, marijuana – sell – schedule I, use two-way communication device to facilitate felony. Bond $35,000.
JULY 22
     Christopher Charles Covello, 36, of Morriston was arrested for cocaine – poss. with intent to sell/ mfg./ deliver/ etc. – schedule II, cocaine – sell – schedule II, use two-way communication device to facilitate felony. Bond $125,000.
     Ira Colon Cribbs, 35, of Williston was arrested for heroin – poss. with intent to sell/ mfg./ deliver -  schedule I, heroin – sell – schedule I, use 2-way communication device to facilitate felony. Bond $175,000.
     Carlie Ingrid Gatlin, 42, of Williston was arrested for poss. opium or derivative with intent to sell/ deliver 1,000 ft. worship or business – schedule I or II, sell opium or derivative within 1,000 ft. worship or business – schedule I or II, use two-way communication device to facilitate felony. Bond $52,500.
     Jermaine Levon Harris, 37, of Williston was arrested for marijuana – poss. with intent to sell/ mfg./ deliver – schedule I, sell marijuana – schedule I.
     Rebecca Ann Hartley, 29, of Williston was arrested for poss. cocaine with intent to sell/ etc. within 1,000 worship/ business – schedule Ii, sell cocaine within worship or business – schedule II, use two-way communication device to facilitate felony. Bond $125,000.
     Mae Alice Jones, 64, no address was arrested for poss. opium or derivative with intent to sell/ deliver – 1,000 ft. worship or business – schedule I or II, sell opium or derivative within 1,000 ft. worship or business – schedule I or II, use two-way communication device to facilitate felony. ROR.
     Karen Cully Loock, 34, of Williston was arrested for opium or derivative – poss. with intent to sell/ etc. 1,000 ft. specified area – schedule I or II, opium or derivative – sell within 1,000 ft. of specified area – schedule I or II. Bond $100,000.
     Deborah Lynn Majka, 44, of Williston was arrested for opium or derivative – poss. with intent to sell/ mfg./ deliver – schedule I or II, opium or derivative – sell schedule I or II. Bond $60,000.
     Joshua Eric McKinley, 36, of Williston was arrested for opium or derivative – poss. with intent to sell/ deliver – 1,000 ft. worship or business – schedule I or II, opium or derivative – sell within 1,000 ft. worship or business schedule I or II. Bond $60,000.
     Markuise Delvon Minor Sr., 24, of Williston was arrested for cocaine – poss. with intent to sell/ mfg./ deliver/ etc. – schedule II, cocaine – sell – schedule II. Bond $100,000.
     David Wayne Pritt, 25, of Williston was arrested for marijuana – poss. with intent to sell/ mfg./ deliver – schedule I, marijuana – sell – schedule I, use two-way communication device to facilitate felony. Bond $65,000.
     Brian Keith Rackley, 44, of Dunnellon was arrested for heroin – poss. with intent to sell/ etc. within 1,000 ft. worship/ business – schedule I, heroin – sell within 1,000 ft. worship or business – schedule I, use two-way communication device to facilitate felony. Bond $175,000.
     Jahmel Diwu Robinson, 19, of Williston was arrested for cocaine – sell within 1,000 ft. of specified area – schedule II, cocaine – sell – schedule II, marijuana – sell – schedule I, cocaine – poss. with intent to sell/ etc. within 1,000 ft. specified area – schedule II, use two-way communication device to facilitate felony. Bond $205,000.
     Elfren Julian Santiago, 29, of Williston was arrested for operate motor vehicle without valid driver license. Bond $500.
     Brenda Sherman, 39, of Williston was arrested for opium or derivative – poss. with intent to sell/ mfg./ deliver – schedule I or II, opium or derivative – sell – schedule I or II, use two-way communication device to facilitate felony. Bond $125,000.
     David Vincent Summers, 39, of Dunnellon was arrested for Heroin – poss. with intent to sell/ mfg./ deliver – schedule I, heroin – sell – schedule I. Bond $150,000.
     Teddy Eugene Summers, 70, of Dunnellon was arrested for opium or derivative – poss. with intent to sell/ mfg./ deliver – schedule I or II, opium or derivative – sell – schedule I or II, use two-way communication device to facilitate felony. Bond $125,000.
     Quintavis Thomas, 31, of Williston was arrested for two counts synth narcotic – poss. with intent to sell/ etc., within 1,000 ft. worship/ business – schedule III, synth narcotic – sell within 1,000 ft. worship or business – schedule III. Bond $125,000.
     Barbara Janet Thompson, 47, of Williston was arrested for opium or derivative – poss. with intent to sell/ deliver – 1,000 ft. worship/ business – schedule I or II, opium or derivative – sell within 1,000 ft. worship /business – schedule I or II. Bond $60,000.
     Carolyn Patricia Walker, 52, of Williston was arrested for cocaine – poss. with intent to sell/ etc. within 1,000 ft. specified area – schedule II, cocaine – sell within 1,000 ft. of specified area – schedule II. Bond $100,000.
     Jessica Lynn Wasileff, 22, of Inglis was arrested for poss. controlled substance without prescription, drug equipment – poss. and/or use. Bond $20,000.
     Dawn Cassandra West, 37, of Williston was arrested for hallucinogen – sell – schedule II, opium or derivative – distribute – schedule I or II. Bond $50,000.
JULY 23
     Russell Paul Anderson, 47, of Sardinia Ohio was arrested for expired driver license – 6 months. Bond $1,000.
     Michael Dean Blatchford, 33, of Bronson was arrested for an out-of-county warrant. No bond.
     Tyree Brown, 29, no address, was arrested for cocaine – poss. with intent to sell/ mfg./ deliver, etc. – schedule II, cocaine – sell – schedule II, use two-way communication device to facilitate felony. Bond $175,000.
     James Matthew Cochran, 73, of Williston was arrested for aggravated assault with deadly weapon without intent to kill. Bond $200,000.
     Mona Leto, 32, of Morriston was arrested for opium or derivative – traffic/ conspire/ combine or confederates with another. Bond $100,000.
     Tony Leto, 31, of Morriston was arrested for opium or derivative – poss. with intent to sell/ mfg./ deliver – schedule I or II, sell opium or derivative within 1,000 ft. worship or business – schedule I or II, use two-way communication device to facilitate felony. Bond $125,000.
     Lillian G. Michelli, 28, of Gainesville was arrested for opium or derivative – poss. with intent to sell/ deliver – 1,000 ft. worship or business – schedule I or II, opium or derivative – sell within 1,000 ft. worship or business – schedule I or II, use two-way communication device to facilitate felony. Bond $65,000.
     Gerald Ross, 44, no address was arrested for cocaine – poss. with intent to sell/ mfg./ deliver/ etc. – schedule II, two counts of cocaine – sell – schedule II, two counts of use two-way communication device to facilitate felony. Bond $350,000.
     Ronald Wesley Stewart, 55, of Old Town was arrested for poss. of weapon or ammo by convicted Florida felon. Bond $10,000.
JULY 24
     Richard Lee Lyons, 61, of Chiefland was arrested for disorderly conduct- brawling- fighting – corrupt public moral decency. Bond $500.
     Joseph Mazzamuto, 54, of Dunnellon was arrested for heroin – poss. with intent to sell/ mfg./ deliver – schedule I, heroin – sell schedule I, heroin – poss. with intent to sell/ etc. within 1,000 ft. worship/ business – schedule I, heroin – sell within 1,000 ft. worship or business – schedule I, use two-way communication device to facilitate felony. Bond $325,000.
     Joshua Bernard Robinson, 26, of Williston was arrested for cocaine – sell within 1,000 ft. of specified area – schedule II, marijuana – poss. not more than 20 grams, cocaine – poss. with intent to sell/ etc., within 1,000 ft. specified area – schedule II, use two-way communication device to facilitate felony. Bond $126,000.
     Richard Wayne Watkins, 57, of Gulf Hammock was arrested for opium or derivative – poss. with intent to sell/ deliver – 1,000 ft. worship/ business – schedule I or II, opium or derivative – sell within 1,000 ft. worship/ business – schedule I or II, use two-way communication device to facilitate felony. Bond $125,000.
JULY 25
     Brandon William Quinn, 19, of Williston was arrested for hit and run – leave scene of crash involving damage to property, DUI – alcohol or drugs, DUI – unlawful blood alcohol and damage property. Bond $16,000.
     Tony Lynn Summers, 28, of Trenton was arrested for cruelty toward child – abuse child without great bodily harm. Bond $50,000.
JULY 26
     Douglas Shellie Folson, 44, of Old Town was arrested for contempt of court – violate injunction – protection domestic violence. No bond amount was given.
     Robert David Hanson, 56, of Williston was arrested for DUI – alcohol or drugs, fourth or subsequent offense. Bond $25,000.


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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
ROR - Released on Own Recognizance

Published July 27, 2015 @ 9:27 p.m.

JULY 20
     Robert William Mazzei, 21, of Trenton was arrested for lewd and lascivious behavior- victim 12 years of age to 16 years of age- offender 18 years of age or older, obscene communication – use computer to seduce, solicit, lure child, obscene communication – to minor via computer, offender 18 years of age, obscene communication – travel to meet after use, computer to lure children. Bond $100,000.
JULY 24
     Michael Cosentino, 31, of Jacksonville was arrested for marijuana – poss. not more than 20 grams. No bond.
     Alejandro Lopez-Santos, 27, of Fanning Springs reckless driving – first offense, hit and run accident – unattended vehicle or property without valid license, RWOV, operate a motor vehicle without a valid license, flee/elude police – flee with disregard of safety to persons or property. Bond $31,000.
JULY 26
     Richard Sleap, 22, of St. Augustine was arrested for trespassing property - not structure or conveyance. Bond $1,000.
     Mason Wesley Holtzclaw, 23, of St. Augustine was arrested for trespassing property – not structure or conveyance. Bond $1,000.
     Paul Manuel Langford, 30, of Trenton was arrested for battery – touch or strike. Bond $5,000.


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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
ROR - Released on Own Recognizance

Published July 27, 2015 @ 9:27 p.m.


JULY 20
     Eddie Jarrabet, 23, of Cross City was arrested for petit theft, escape, battery on LEO, ROWV. Bond $1,500.
     Kirsten M. Moore, 19, of Old town was arrested for burglary of dwelling, RWOV. Bond $10,000.
JULY 21
     Lorie Ann Hodge, 42, of Cross City was arrested for burglary of residence, larceny – theft. Bond $95,000.
     Matthew Ross Jacobs, 26, of Old Town was arrested for battery – domestic. Bond $2,500.
JULY 22
     Jaclyn Brook Davis, 25, of Old Town was arrested for an out-of-county warrant. No bond amount was given.
     Aaron Dean Parsells, 25, of Old Town was arrested for battery, criminal mischief, bond revocation – battery domestic violence, FTA battery – domestic. Bond $3,000.
JULY 25
     Harvey Jordan, Jr., 49, of Old Town was arrested for an out-of-county warrant. Bond $250.
JULY 26
     Wendy Faye Gordon, 39, of Old Town was arrested for abuse, battery. No bond amount was given.

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SUN.  AUG. 2,   9:57 p.m.

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