VOP SALE OF COCAINE
HAWES, MARK S
VOP CHILD ABUSE
VOP POSSESS CONTROLLED SUB
VOP POSSESS CONTROLLED SUB
VOP DOMESTIC BATTERY, GTA
Jail Media Report for 02/24/2014 to 03/03/2014
BAXMAN, CHASTITY NICOLE, 31, OF OTTER CREEK, FL: OUT-OF-COUNTY WARRANT.
BEAN, BOBBY LEE, 26, OF BRONSON, FL: DRUG X 2; COCAINE-SELL SCHEDULE II X 2; POSSESS COCAINE X 2; WI 1000 FT OF SPECIFIED AREA SCHED II COCAINE-SELL X 2; WIT SELL ETC WI 1000 FT SPECIFIED AREA SCH II COCAINE-POSSESS X 2.
BROWN, EMMETT LAWRENCE, 34, OF BRONSON, FL: WI 1000FT WORSHIP OR BUSN SCH II COCAINE-SELL X 4; WIT SELL ETC WI 1000FT WORSHIP/BUSN SCH II COCAINE-POSSESS X 2; COCAINE-POSSESS WITH INTENT TO SELL MFG DELIV ETC SCHEDULE II X 2.
BYRD, JAMES, 67, OF BRONSON, FL: BATTERY
ON OFFICER FIREFIGHTER EMT ETC X 2; WITH VIOLENCE X 2.
CHASTAIN, JOHN HOWARD JR, 25, OF ARCHER, FL: AGG ASSAULT/DV.
CRAFT, CHRISTOPHER FLOYD, 30, OF OLD TOWN, FL: HOLD FOR COURT.
DAYS, JACQUELINE SUZETTE, 43, OF WILLISTON, FL: DRIVE WHILE LIC SUSP 1ST OFF; PETIT THEFT 2ND DEGREE 3RD SUBSQ OFFENSE X 3.
DEXTER, RONNIE LEVON, 45, OF GAINESVILLE, FL: RE-ADMIT FROM COURT.
DINSMORE, TASHA MAY, 32, OF CHIEFLAND, FL: HOLD FOR COURT.
DURAN, LUIS ALEJANDRO, 52, OF MORRISTON, FL: PROB VIOLATION X 2.
ELLIS, THOMAS LEE, 36, OF ARCHER, FL:
BY 24 YOA OLDER SEX BATT VICTIM 16 OR 17 YOA.
FERGUSON, LEDRICK LATAURAS,
39, OF WILLISTON, FL: RE-ADMIT FROM COURT.
GAYLORD, DAVID, 26, OF LAKELAND, FL: DUI.
GRAHAM, MAURICE LAMONTE, 42, OF WILLISTON, FL: NON SUPPORT OF CHILDREN OR SPOUSE.
HENDERSON, HILLARY CHURCH, 23, OF CHIEFLAND, FL: HOLD FOR COURT.
HERRING, JAMES THOMAS, 31, OF OLD TOWN, FL: HOLD FOR OTHER AGENCY.
HYDE, ROBERT, 34, OF MORRISTON, FL:
RE-ADMIT FROM COURT.
JENSEN, DONALD OLAF, 56, OF PORT ORANGE, FL: BATTERY/DV.
KIRKLAND, MARVIN RHETT,
42, OF ARCHER, FL: DWLSR.
LAGO, BRANDON KENT, 20, OF TRENTON,
FL: COMMIT DOMESTIC BATTERY BY STRANGULATION; BATTERY TOUCH OR STRIKE; DAMAGE PROP-CRIM MISCH 200 DOLS AND UNDER.
LAND, KENNETH DARRELL, 47, OF OLD TOWN, FL: OUT-OF-COUNTY WARRANT.
LEE, THEOPHILUS DEVON, 45, OF WILLISTON, FL: DUI ALCOHOL OR DRUGS.
LISSIMORE, JENNETTA ANN, 42, OF WILLISTON, FL: PROB VIOLATION.
MACCHI, MICHAEL, 43, OF PALM COAST, FL:
BATTERY/DV X 2.
MCCLAIN, JESSE, 32, OF INGLIS, FL: HOLD FOR COURT.
PESCHKE, WILLIAM HOWARD, 49, OF MONTICELLO, IN: PROB VIOLATION.
PETERSON, EARL STANLEY, 55, OF MICANOPY, FL: PAROLE VIOLATION X3.
PICKETT-RICE, BOBBI JO, 33, OF INGLIS, FL:
RE-ADMIT FROM COURT.
PRESTON, BRANDON JACQUIN, 21, OF WILLISTON, FL: OUT-OF-COUNTY WARRANT.
RAINVILLE, DAVID, 45, OF GAINESVILLE,
FL: WRT VOP BATTERY.
RAUDIS, DEANNAROSE, 20, OF WILLISTON, FL: GRAND THEFT 300 LESS THAN 5K DOLS.
ROBINSON, JEROME HERCHEL, 23, OF CHIEFLAND, FL: BATTERY TOUCH OR STRIKE X 2; OBSTRUCT WO VIOLENCE.
SPEARS, GLENN WILLIAM, 60, OF OLD TOWN, FL: DWLSR; EXPIRED TAG; MARIJUANA-POSSESS NOT MORE THAN 20 GRAMS.
STAPLES, LISA, 49, OF OLD TOWN, FL:
FAILURE TO APPEAR.
THOMPSON, TRAVIS L, 30, OF CHIEFLAND, FL: HOLD FOR OTHER AGENCY.
WHITE, JONATHAN WESLEY, 41, OF CHIEFLAND, FL: OUT-OF-COUNTY WARRANT.
WORLEY, ERIC, 53, HOMELESS: PETIT THEFT 2ND DEGREE 2ND OFFENSE X 2.
Williston Traffic Fatality Under Investigation
At 9:01 a.m. Monday morning, March 3, the Williston Police Department received a report of two people getting injured while working at Absolute Auto Body located at 104 N.W. 10 Avenue, Williston Florida. First reports were that an air compressor that the two men were working on exploded, however that was not the case.
Investigation revealed that a 1999 Toyota was northbound on US-41 being operated by Patrick Woodard of Gainesville, Fla. As the vehicle approached the business the left front tire broke free from the car and traveled north on the west shoulder of the highway. The tire struck a driveway apron sending it airborne. The tire went over a 6-foot chain link fence striking Ivan J. Sandquist, 33, of Williston, killing him instantly. After striking Sandquist, a second man, James E. Fender, 45, also of Williston, sustained serious injuries and was airlifted to Shands Hospital in Gainesville.
Williston Police officers were assisted at the scene by the Levy County Sheriff’s Office
crime scene unit and the Florida Highway Patrol. The investigation into the accident continues as officers sift thru physical evidence at the scene.
....information provided by the Williston Police Department
What is Crime Stoppers?
Crime Stoppers is a county wide program designed to help law enforcement solve crimes. This is done by providing the public with a means to phone in tips anonymously and receive rewards for information that leads to arrests.
How does Crime Stoppers work?
It's simple. A caller dials 1-877-349-tips (8477) and without giving his or her name or any personal data, relays information regarding a crime: the whereabouts of a wanted person; or the facts of a crime that has not yet been committed. The caller is given a code number and remains anonymous.
Who is eligible for Crime Stoppers awards?
Any person who directly gives information which leads to the arrest of an adult
or juvenile, or the arrest of a fugitive is eligible for reward.
Law enforcement officers, their immediate families, the perpetrator or co-conspirator of a crime, a fugitive from justice or the immediate family of a Crime Stoppers board member are not eligible for rewards.
What Law enforcement agencies are involved with the Crime Stoppers program?
The Sheriff's Office and all Levy County police departments. The Law Enforcement Program Coordinator works with all Levy County Law Enforcement Agencies, exchanging information regarding Crime Stoppers Cases and tips received.
What can I do?
Take the time to fight crime. Call the toll free tips line and tell us what you know. Crime Stoppers does not use caller ID or record any telephone conversations. If we do not know who you are, you can't be called to court.
Does Crime Stoppers Work?
Absolutely. In Florida alone, based upon Crime Stoppers tips from twelve operating programs from the mid 1980's to 1993: 14,051 arrest have been made; 31,682 cases have been closed; $64 million dollars in stolen property has been recovered; and $380 million dollars worth of narcotics have been seized. All of this has been accomplished with an average reward payment per case solved of $54.89.
Who runs Crime Stoppers?
The Crime Stoppers organization is run by independent civilian Board of Directors representing all areas of Levy County. These people are everyday citizens dedicated to helping law enforcement solve crime in Levy County.
RV Lost to Flames in Inglis Fire but No Injuries
At approximately 10:22 p.m. on Tuesday, February 25, Levy County 911 Communications Center received a call of a structure fire in Inglis. Inglis Fire Department, Levy County Sherriff’s Deputies, Levy County Department of Public Safety (LCDPS) Battalion 10, Engine 74, Tanker 74, and Medic 3, and Rainbow Lakes Estates Volunteer Fire Department responded to the scene. Upon arrival, LCDPS Medic 3 found a fully involved RV and flames showing inside a workshop with a residential structure in danger. Crews quickly knocked down the fire, protecting the residence. The RV was a total loss. No injuries were reported.
The recent, multi-agency training between LCDPS Medic 3, Fire Station 5, and Inglis Fire Department hosted by LCDPS helped the crews work together to quickly extinguish the fire in a safe and efficient manner.
If you are interested in serving your community and learning life saving skills or
volunteering contact: Levy County Department of Public Safety; 352/486-5209.
Ag Law Enforcement Arrests Three for Animal Cruelty
Department of Agriculture and Consumer Services’ Inspectors Discovered Poor Conditions During Routine Food Safety Inspection
Graceville, FL – The Florida Department of Agriculture and Consumers Services announced today the arrest of three residents of Holmes County for neglecting approximately 90 dairy cattle at Wild Rose Dairy.
“I’m proud of the collaborative effort by our staff and law enforcement officers. Inspectors discovered the poor conditions at this dairy during a routine inspection and reported their observations to law enforcement,” said Commissioner of Agriculture Adam H. Putnam. “As a result, we were able to hold these individuals responsible for the harm they caused and, more importantly, find new accommodations for the animals.”
Department inspectors conducted a routine food safety inspection at Wild Rose Dairy, located on Underwood Road in Graceville, on February 11. Inspectors detected unsanitary conditions at the dairy and immediately issued a stop sale order for violations of the requisite food safety regulations. Inspectors also observed approximately 90 dairy cattle in poor physical condition, likely due to neglect.
A veterinarian at the department confirmed the poor condition of the cattle was due to neglect, and Agricultural Law Enforcement initiated an investigation. On February 17, law enforcement officers transferred the remaining dairy cattle that were able to travel to another local dairy, where they could live under proper care until the court can determine ownership and a long-term care solution.
Agricultural Law Enforcement obtained arrest warrants through the State Attorney’s Office for the 14th Judicial Circuit Court on February 27 for the three individuals responsible for managing Wild Rose Dairy, where the dairy cattle were neglected.
The three suspects were arrested
today by Agricultural Law Enforcement officers and charged with Aggravated Animal Cruelty, a third degree felony, and Unlawful Disposal of Animal Carcasses, a second degree misdemeanor. The suspects were booked at the Holmes County Jail, and bond was set at $10,000. Suspects include:
· Joseph Dodge Harvey Clark, DOB: February 1, 1939
· Richard Kevin Clark, DOB: June 12, 1962
· Nikki Slininger, DOB: May 11, 1982
At the time of the arrest, Agricultural Law Enforcement officers found Slininger in possession of methamphetamine and charged her with Possession of a Controlled Substance, a third degree felony.
For more information about the Florida Department of Agriculture and Consumer Services, visit www.FreshFromFlorida.com.