Dead alleged intruder
and victim-shooter ID'd

By Lauren Lettelier
of the MCSO Public Information Office
Published Aug. 15, 2017 at 10:47 p.m.
* * Updated Aug. 16, 2017 at 7:07 p.m.
      MARION COUNTY --
Yesterday (Monday, Aug. 14) at approximately 10:30 p.m., Marion County Sheriff’s Office (MCSO) deputies responded to a residence located at 10420 S.E. 158th Place in Summerfield in reference to an armed home invasion.



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     When deputies arrived on scene, they made contact with the victim, who stated that a suspect armed with a handgun entered the home and injured his dog.
     The victim told deputies that he barricaded himself in a room in the house to get away from the suspect, and the suspect attempted to forcefully enter the room.
     The victim stated that he then shot the suspect and the suspect fled the residence.
     Soon after the home invasion, the suspect was dropped off by unknown persons outside of the Ocala Health Summerfield Emergency Room, where he was later pronounced dead.
*    * MCSO Major Crimes detectives has released the names of the parties involved. The dead man who is an alleged intruder is identified as Shawn Michael King, 32. The victim-shooter has been identified at Shawn Paul Peterson, 35.
     Any persons who have any information about this incident, are encouraged to contact Det. Larry McArdle at 352-369-3535, or individuals may call in anonymous tips to the Crime Stoppers of Marion County at 352-368-STOP or 352-368-7867.
     Tips can also be submitted at www.ocalacrimestoppers.com. For Crime Stoppers in regard to this case, please reference 17-106 in the tip.


CPD arrests suspects
By Jeff M. Hardison © Aug. 16, 2017 at 2:57 p.m.
     CHIEFLAND --
Just like all of the other municipal law enforcement agencies (and county, state and federal agencies) in the Tri-County Area of Levy, Dixie and Gilchrist counties, the Chiefland Police Department continues finding probable cause to put people in jail as suspected criminals.

     The CPD under the administration of Chief Scott Anderson has embraced modern technology and is providing public records to HardisonInk.com with more ease and speed than any other municipal law enforcement agency.
     In the most recent set of records sent, there was a suspected petty thief, a suspected illegal drug possessor, and a person suspected of driving despite her license being revoked who are listed.


Christopher David Reasoner
Mug Shot By LCSO


THEFT SUSPECT
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     Arrest records show one man reportedly admitted that he should not have stolen a Mountain Dew from the Chiefland Walmart.
     Christopher David Reasoner, 27, of Old Town was charged with petit theft and resisting a merchant.
     Bond was set at $250 for each of the two charges to equal a $500 bond, according to records.
     Sgt. F.D. Macy responded to a call from Walmart at 3:50 p.m. on Tuesday (Aug. 15) in regard to a shoplifter, according to records.
     The loss prevention manager at Walmart reported that Reasoner had asked to charge his phone at the store, which the manager said would be OK until the rain stopped on Tuesday.
     Reasoner was observed taking a Mountain Dew from a cooler near the front of the store. After being observed unsuccessfully putting the drink into his pocket, the man put it in his backpack, according to records.
     The loss prevention manager identified himself to Reasoner after the man walked out of the store without paying for the $1.78 drink.
     Rather than going with the loss prevention manager as requested, Reasoner started running to the southwest toward the CVS Drug Store.
     Sgt. Macy located the suspected thief, who eventually admitted that he should not have stolen the soft drink. Reasoner was taken to the Levy County Jail and was booked on the two misdemeanors, according to records.
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DRUG SUSPECT
     Talon Pierce Williams, 31, of Dover and Tampa was arrested for misdemeanor possession of marijuana and possession of drug paraphernalia.
     This incident began Tuesday (Aug. 15) at 2:35 a.m., according to records.
     Williams was driving a Chevy pickup truck at 63 mph in a 45 mph zone on northbound Young Boulevard
     After stopping the vehicle, CPD Officer Mike Cosseboom detected the odor of marijuana, he noted.
     The officer found 19.5 grams (less than one ounce) of the leafy, green drug, according to records.
     Williams was issued a notice to appear traffic citation for possession of a little bit of marijuana, according to records.
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Samantha Jo Gath

Mug Shot By LCSO


DWLSR SUSPECT
     Samantha Jo Gath, 31, of Old Town was arrested for driving while license revoked – habitual traffic offender. She was also cited for failure to register a motor vehicle, according to records.
     CPD Officer Mike Cosseboom at approximately 9:09 p.m. on Monday (Aug. 14) saw a GMC Yukon Denali going north on North Young Boulevard, according to records.
     The officer noticed the SUV had bright lights on as it followed a small passenger vehicle approximately two car lengths behind the other vehicle, according to records.
     Cosseboom turned around and followed the SUV and it pulled to the should over the road. That is when the officer saw the tag on it had expired in October of 2016, according to records.
     The officer activated the overhead lights on the cruiser and conducted a traffic stop at that time, according to records.
     Gath provided the officer with a license, however a check with the Florida Department of Highway Safety and Motor Vehicles showed the license was revoked on April 18, 2016 after Gath was deemed to be a habitual traffic offender.
     A check of the vehicle identification number showed it was not registered, and the tag attached to the vehicle was not registered to any vehicle, according to records. She was arrested and taken to the Levy County Jail.

Two Williston women
injured during crash

By Jeff M. Hardison © Aug. 15, 2017 at 10:37 p.m.
     LEVY COUNTY --
Two Williston women suffered injuries when two vehicles attempted to occupy the same space at the same time, the FHP said.
     Nadine G. Owens, 78, of Williston was driving a 2012 Dodge Durango SUV at 10:40 a.m. on State Road 121 at Levy County Road 318A, according to a press release by Florida Highway Patrol Sgt. M. Hathcock, based on information from crash investigator FHP Trooper Glen Ganus.
     Jonnie V. Hall, 56, of Williston was driving a 2002 Dodge Ram, the FHP said
     The Dodge SUV attempted to cross SR 121 from CR 318A, the FHP said.
     The Dodge SUV entered into the path of a Dodge Ram, the FHP said. Both drivers were transported to Shands UF with non-lifethreatening injuries. Owens was listed with serious injuries and Hall was listed with minor injuries, the FHP said.
     Owens was cited for violation of right-of-way, the FHP said.


Ocala man dies in crash
By Jeff M. Hardison © Aug. 14, 2017 at 11:57 p.m.
     OCALA --
An Ocala man died Monday evening (Aug. 14) in a two-vehicle crash, the FHP said.

     Hubert Downard, 84, of Ocala was driving a 2004 Ford Taurus at 5:57 p.m. on Monday, according to a press release from Florida Highway Patrol Sgt. Anthony Palese, based on information from crash investigator FHP Trooper C. Ball and homicide investigator FHP Cpl. D. Yuncker.
     Sharon Nehring, 60, of Ocala was driving a 1999 Lexus RX300 SUV, the FHP said.
     The Ford passenger car driven by Downard was stopped on Southeast 162nd Terrace at a stop sign where that road intersects with State Road 40, the FHP said.
     The Lexus SUV driven by Nehring was westbound on SR 40, the FHP said, and as it was about to enter the intersection, the Ford turned left in front of it, violating the right-of-way of the Lexus.
     The front bumper of the Lexus hit the Ford's driver side, the FHP said. The Ford came to final rest in a ditch on the southern side of SR 40 with its front facing east, the FHP said. Downard was pronounced dead on the scene by Marion County Fire-Rescue personnel.
     Nehring was taken to Ocala Regional Medical Center with minor injuries, the FHP said.


CPD catches
underage DUI suspect

By Jeff M. Hardison
© Aug. 14, 2017 at 10:37 a.m.
     CHIEFLAND -- A 20-year-old Chiefland woman was issued a citation for driving while under the influence of alcohol (DUI) early on Friday morning (Aug. 11), according to records.
     Chiefland Police Department Officer Michael Cosseboom noted that he was dispatched at 4:39 a.m., arrived at the scene at 4:42 a.m. and cleared the assignment at 7:15 a.m. on Friday (Aug. 11), according to records.
     Krista Lynn Biehl, 20, of Chiefland was driving a 1999 Chevrolet 1500 model of pickup, according to records.
     CPD Officer Cosseboom was sent to the 100 block of Northeast Third Street in reference to a suspicious vehicle at 4:39 a.m. on Friday, according to records.
     He saw the maroon-colored pickup going north on North Young Boulevard. He watched it turn and go southbound, he noted.
     The truck sounded as if it did not have mufflers, because it was very loud, he said. Chief Scott Anderson previously has told the Chiefland City Commission that his officers will be citing noisy trucks within the city limits.
     Officer Cosseboom activated the overhead emergency lights on the cruiser and conducted a traffic stop, he said in his incident report.
     The officer found probable cause to arrest her for DUI, according to records.
     Blood-alcohol content breath tests conducted at the Levy County Jail showed readings of 0.179 and 0.180 from Biehl, according to records.
     Under Florida law, DUI is an offense proved by impairment of normal faculties or by an unlawful blood-alcohol or breath-alcohol level of 0.08 or above. Those two breathalyzer readings from Biehl reflected numbers that are more than twice the limit to indicate DUI, according to law.
     In his incident report, the officer noted she was given a uniform traffic citation.
     Bond was set at $500 on the charge of DUI, according to records.
     The legal age to drink alcoholic beverages in Florida was raised from the age of 18 years to 21 years old in 1987, when all states adopted the age of 21 years old, according to records.
     “Tragic health, social, and economic problems result from the use of alcohol by youth,” according to a paper on the issue of underage drinking, which can be seen by clicking HERE.
     The paper goes on to note that “Underage drinking is a causal factor in a host of serious problems, including homicide, suicide, traumatic injury, drowning, burns, violent and property crime, high risk sex, fetal alcohol syndrome, alcohol poisoning, and need for treatment for alcohol abuse and dependence.”


 

One added to list of suspects
in home invasion-murder case;

LCSO seeks more help from the public

Steven Demar Stacy

Mug Shot by LCSO
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By LCSO Lt. Scott Tummond, PIO
Published Aug. 14, 2017 at 11:47 a.m.
     BRONSON --
The Levy County Sheriff’s Office Criminal Investigations Division (CID) made a third arrest in connection to the home invasion homicide in Williston.

     The latest suspect was arrested Friday (Aug. 11).
     Investigators learned that Steven Demar Stacy, 34, of Williston aided Jalen Days and Andrew Robinson in disposing of the weapons those two suspects are alleged to have used in the crime. This suspected evidence disposal includes the alleged murder weapon.
     Stacy is accused of having aided the defendants in the early morning hours of Aug. 4. As of today (Monday, Aug. 14), the firearms have not been recovered.
     Investigators need the public's help. Many questions are still unanswered and the community could provide much needed information. Any person who has information is asked to call the Sheriff’s Office Criminal Investigations Division at 352-486-5111.
     Stacy was booked into the Levy County Jail. He has been charged with accessory after the fact to a capital felony. His bond has been set at “no bond.”


Drowning victim’s
body recovered

* Victim's ID released
By Dixie County Sheriff's Office Maj. Scott Harden
Published Aug. 11, 2017 at 3:07 p.m.
* Updated Aug. 14, 2017 at 11:17 a.m.
     DIXIE COUNTY --
At approximately 4:30 p.m. on Thursday (Aug. 10), the Dixie County Sheriff's Office received a call from a 9-1-1 caller reporting a possible drowning at the Joe Anderson Boat Ramp.

     According to the caller, she was on the Levy County side of the river fishing when she heard someone screaming for help. When she looked toward the Dixie County side, she saw someone struggling in the water and a female pointing toward them. Before the caller could reach the victim, the victim went under the surface of the water and did not resurface.
*    The victim was John Keene, 17, of Trenton.
     According to family members of the victim, they were walking along the edge of the water when the victim, who could not swim, fell.
     A family member was unable to pull him from the water and he drifted away. The Dixie County Dive Team recovered the victim from the water at 6:15 p.m. The victim will be transported to the Eighth Judicial Circuit Medical Examiner's Office in Gainesville for an autopsy.

 


Man dies in crash
By Jeff M. Hardison © Aug. 13, 2017 at 1:07 p.m.
     ALACHUA COUNTY --
An Alachua County man died in an early Sunday morning (Aug. 13) crash on Alachua County Road 241 south of the City of Alachua, the FHP said.

     Danell Johnson, 34, of the City of Alachua was driving a 2012 Kia Optima at 12:15 a.m., according to information in a press release by Florida Highway Patrol Sgt. Lena Ward, based on information by crash and homicide investigator FHP Cpl. W.G. Smith.
     Johnson was southbound on CR 241 when he lost control of the vehicle as it was traveling through a curve, the FHP said.
     The Kia went onto the eastern shoulder of the roadway, the FHP said, where it collided with a tree.  Johnson was transported to UF Health Shands Hospital, where he died, the FHP said.
     Johnson was not wearing a seatbelt at the time of this crash, the FHP said. Blood-alcohol content results are pending.  The exact cause of this crash is still under investigation, the FHP said.


Woman suffers serious injuries
after crashing into prison gate

By Jeff M. Hardison © Aug. 12, 2017 at 4:37 p.m.
     MARION COUNTY --
A woman suffered serious injuries after she crashed into a gate at the Marion Correctional Institution, part of the Florida Department of Corrections' facilities, the FHP said.

     Janice Porter, 50, of Ocala was driving a 2015 Nissan Sentra at 11:45 a.m. on Saturday (Aug. 12), according to a press release by Florida Highway Patrol Lt. Jonathan H. Young, based on information from crash investigator FHP Trooper Maykoll Souza.
     The vehicle was northbound on Northwest 105th Street approaching the Marion Correctional Institution's tubular gate, the FHP said.
     Porter appears to have begun to experience a possible medical event, the FHP said.
     This caused her to accelerate the car, the FHP said. The front of the Nissan struck the right side of the tubular gate, the FHP said.
     The vehicle continued northbound until the front struck a metal crash barrier, the FHP said.
     The collision knocked over the crash barrier and the front of Sentra then struck the fence line, the FHP said.
     The vehicle came to final rest facing northbound while still in contact with the crash barrier and fence, the FHP said.

     Porter was taken to Ocala Regional Medical Center, the FHP said. She was issued citations for driving while license suspended (second conviction) and failure to have proof of insurance while being involved in a crash, the FHP said.


CPD catches DWLSR suspect
By Jeff M. Hardison © Aug. 10, 2017 at 11:07 p.m.
     CHIEFLAND --
Officer Willie Barnes III located and arrested a 30-year-old Chiefland woman on Wednesday morning (Aug. 9) because he had reason to believe she was driving while her license was suspended or revoked (DWLSR), according to records.

     Officer Barnes was sent to the 100 block of South Main Street at 6:10 a.m. on Wednesday in refernce to a vehicle being parked in the roadway, according to records.
     He made contact with Bethany Christine Kopyscianski, 30, of Chiefland, who was sitting in the driver's seat of a 1994 two-door Ford Escort, and the keys were in the ignition, according to records.
     There was a strong odor of an alcoholic beverage emitting from her person, Officer Barnes said.
     The officer conducted field sobriety tests on the driver who agreed to perform them, however she was unable to complete one test. Barnes arrested Kopyscianski and took her to the Levy County Jail, and he had the car towed.
     There was no test operator at the jail available to conduct a breath test for alcohol-content, and so the woman was arrested for DWLSR, Barnes said, noting the suspension resulted on Jan. 7, 2016 for child support delinquency.


Search Warrant Leads To Arrest

The Levy County Drug Task Force (DTF) executed a drug search warrant at 16151 N.E. 50 St. in Williston on Thursday (Aug. 3)  at 5 p.m. In April of this year, DTF investigators received an anonymous tip and began the investigation of drug-related activities. Based upon this tip, investigators learned that Chad Williams, 42, was selling cocaine and marijuana from his home at this address. DTF investigators secured a search warrant for the home and upon execution of the warrant found Williams home with his wife Toinette Williams, 46, where they discovered cocaine and marijuana inside. DTF investigators said information gathered during this investigation revealed Williams was selling quantities of cocaine. Investigators said although Williams has been arrested, the investigation is not complete. They will continue to work to identify not only the supplier for Williams, but the people who were purchasing from him. Additional charges are likely to be filed at a later date. Investigators have filed charges against William’s wife Toinette for her participation in the drug operation. Williams was arrested and charged with possession of cocaine with the intent to distribute, possession of marijuana with the intent to distribute, possession of drug paraphernalia and tampering with evidence. Williams' bond was set at $76,000.
Published Aug. 10, 2017 at 10:07 a.m.

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Two hurt in crash
By Jeff M. Hardison © Aug. 10, 2017 at 8:07 a.m.
     ALACHUA COUNTY
-- Two people were hurt in a crash on Wednesday evening Aug. 9, the FHP said on Aug. 10.

     Jeffrey O'Connell, 40, of Gainesville was driving a 1992 GMC Astro at 6:14 p.m., the FHP said.
     Jacqueline Russell, 37, of Keystone Heights was driving a 1999 Mercury Grand Marquis, the FHP said.
     The GMC was eastbound on State Road 26, the FHP said.
     The Mercury was westbound on SR 26. The driver of the GMC failed to maintain a single lane and traveled into oncoming westbound traffic causing a head-on collision near the intersection of SR 26 and Northeast 179th Street, the FHP said.
     Blood-alcohol content test results are pending from O’Connell, the FHP said.
     Charges are pending, the FHP said.
     O'Connell suffered critical injuries. Russell suffered serious injuries. Both accident victims were taken to Shands at UF, the FHP said.


MCSO arrests murder suspect

Charles James Willoughby

Mug Shot By MCSO

By Valarie Strong, MCSO
Published Aug. 9, 2017 at 9:47 p.m.
     OCALA --
Today (Wednesday, Aug. 9), Marion County Sheriff's Office (MCSO) Major Crimes detectives arrested Charles James Willoughby, (five days shy of being 33), and charged him with second degree murder.

     On July 6, detectives responded to 10450 S.W. 45th Ave. in Ocala to investigate a suspicious death.
     It was at that location, where detectives discovered the body of victim Mohammad Barak, 41, who had been shot to death.
     After further investigation, it was discovered that two safes had been stolen from the home. After reviewing security video taken from outside the victim's home, detectives could see Charles Willoughby placing the stolen safes into his vehicle during the time that the murder took place.
     Further evidence from inside the home helped detectives determine that Willoughby had murdered the victim.
     Willoughby already was in the Marion County Jail as of July 14 on charges of grand theft, petit theft, trafficking in heroin, and trafficking in methamphetamine.
     At the conclusion of their investigation today, detectives placed the additional charge of homicide on Willoughby.


Two juveniles arrested for
home invasion and murder
in the Williston area


Jalen Keyshawn Days


Andrew Lee Robinson

Mug Shots by LCSO


By LCSO Lt. Scott Tummond, PIO
Published Aug. 9, 2017 at 7:17 a.m.
     BRONSON
-- The Levy County Sheriff’s Office Criminal Investigations Division (CID) has made two arrests in connection with the home invasion homicide that occurred in the early morning hours of Friday (Aug. 4), 2017 in Williston.

     Homicide victim James Patterson and shooting victim Ramon Patterson were confronted by armed suspects who opened fire inside the home that night.
     On Tuesday (Aug. 8), CID investigators executed two simultaneous search warrants in the Lincoln Heights subdivision off of Levy County Road 318 in the area just east of Williston.
     As a result of these search warrants, a number of individuals were interviewed. Two juveniles have been arrested.
     Jalen Keyshawn Days, 17, and Andrew Lee Robinson, 17, were taken into custody and have been charged with first degree murder, home invasion robbery with a firearm and aggravated battery with a firearm.
     Both have been booked into the Levy County Jail and were transferred to the Florida Department of Juvenile Justice in Gainesville on Tuesday.
     CID investigators are far from complete with this case.
     Levy County Sheriff Bobby McCallum has been told that community members have more information that will solidify this case and ensure these two suspected violent criminals remain in custody.
     Sheriff McCallum is calling upon the residents and visitors of Levy County to take action, and the sheriff asks that anyone who has information related to this case to contact the LCSO office at 352-486-5111 and help the Sheriff's Office to keep the community safe.


Watchful Neighbor Leads To
Suspected Burglar's Capture


An observant neighbor led to an Old Town man’s arrest on burglary and other related charges. She saw the suspect loading a lawn mower from her neighbor’s home. The complainant called the Dixie County Sheriff’s Office on the afternoon of July 31 and reported the incident. She was able to provide the suspect’s tag number when she called. After obtaining the information about what she had witnessed, the deputy went to the home of the suspect -- Mark W. Stevens, 42, of Old Town (Seen Above). When the deputy arrived, he interviewed Stevens. The deputy contacted the victim who was out of town. After the victim verified that a lawn mower should still be in the barn, the deputy investigated further and found that the stolen lawn mower was hidden in the woods adjacent to Stevens’ home.  Stevens was arrested for burglary of a structure, grand theft and tampering with evidence. He is currently being held in the Dixie County Jail under a $33,000 bond.
Published Aug. 8, 2017 at 1:47 p.m.

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Suspected Methamphetamine
Possessor Arrested


On the afternoon of Aug. 4, the Dixie County Sheriff’s Office responded to a call at a residence on Southwest Eighth Street in Cross City. This call was in response to an individual’s concern after the person saw a man sitting slumped over in a yard with his pants down around his ankles. When deputies arrived, they found the individual Thomas Wainwright, 29, of Old Town (Seen Above) appearing to be asleep. One deputy was able to awaken Wainwright. The deputy spoke with him while the other deputy visually scanned the area and the contents of Wainwright’s vehicle. While conducting that search, the deputy noticed items associate with the use of illicit drugs, and thus looked more. The deputy found a small package of methamphetamine.  Wainwright was arrested for possession of a controlled substance and possession of Drug Equipment.  He is currently in the Dixie County Jail under a bond of $18,000.
Published Aug. 8, 2017 at 1:47 p.m.

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Seven suspected
drug law violators
arrested in two days



Shaune Cherry


Robert Cherry


Charles Haven

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Cassandra Brettel


Matthew Tysinger


Zachary Hall


Michael Barcinas

By LCSO Lt. Scott Tummond, PIO
Published Aug. 8, 2017 at 3:57 p.m.
     BRONSON --
On Saturday evening (Aug. 5) and into Sunday, the Levy County Sheriff’s Office K-9 Unit and Uniformed Patrol Division continued high intensity narcotic interdiction in the Cedar Key-Rosewood area of Levy County.
     K-9 Supervisor Sgt. Kevin Kinik with his partner Zombie and Deputy Gary Garboski with his partner Molly along with multiple patrol deputies made six additional arrests Saturday and Sunday in Sheriff Bobby McCallum's continued drug interdiction efforts.
     Shaune Cherry, 35, of Cedar Key was arrested for possession of cocaine and possession of drug paraphernalia. Sgt. Kinik conducted a traffic stop at the Dollar General in Rosewood and found Cherry to be in possession of three grams of cocaine and drug paraphernalia. His bond was been set at $15,000.
     Robert Cherry, 18, of North Carolina was arrested for possession of less than 20 grams of marijuana and drug paraphernalia. Sgt. Kinik conducted a traffic stop in front of Robinson's Seafood. Deputy Garboski with his K-9 partner Molly discovered marijuana in the vehicle. Robert Cherry's bond was set at $1,000.00. 
     Charles Haven, 25, of Cedar Key was arrested for possession of methamphetamine and possession of paraphernalia. Sgt. Kinik conducted a traffic stop on Southwest 69th Street in Rosewood. Deputy Garboski, with his K-9 partner Molly, discovered approximately one-half of a gram of methamphetamine and a pipe used to smoke it. His bond was set at $12,500.
     Cassandra Brettel, 22, of Bronson was issued a notice to appear for possession of less than 20 grams of marijuana and possession of drug paraphernalia. Deputy Garboski with his K-9 partner Molly discovered the drugs during a traffic stop in the City of Cedar Key.
     Matthew Tysinger, 24, was arrested for possession of marijuana less than 20 grams and possession of drug paraphernalia. Deputy F. Almeida of the Uniformed Patrol Division conducted a traffic stop in the parking lot of the Cedar Key General Store in Rosewood. Tysinger was found to be in possession of approximately six grams of marijuana and numerous items of drug paraphernalia. Tysinger was released on his own recognizance at first appearance.
     Zachary Hall, 34, of Dunnellon was arrested for possession of cocaine and carrying a concealed weapon. Deputy Garboski observed a suspicious vehicle parked on Northeast 205th Avenue near State Road 121. Deputy Garboski made contact with the vehicle’s occupants and during a search discovered a baggie containing cocaine. Hall had a small loaded pistol in his pocket. His bond was set at $11,000.
     Michael Barcinas, 35, of Williston, who was a passenger in the vehicle with Hall, was also arrested for possession of cocaine. His bond was set at $26,000.
 


 

Following are some common abbreviations:

DUI - Driving While Under the Influence of Alcohol or Some Other Drug
BUI - Boating While Under the Influence of Alcohol or Some Other Drug
DWLSR - Driving While License Suspended or Revoked
RWOV - Resisting Arrest Without Violence
Poss. - Possession
VOP - Violation of Probation
FTA - Failure to Appear


Suspects Arrested Through Aug. 12
Updated Aug. 14, 2017 at 7:07 p.m.


AUG. 7
     Clarence Milo Rhude, 62, of Lake City was arrested for an out-of-county warrant. No Bond.
     Jeffrey Louis Rivera, 29, of Williston was arrested for an out-of-county warrant. Bond $10,000.
     Victoria Susan Swaggerty, 27, of Cape Coral was arrested for brawling/ fighting/ corrupt public moral decency. ROR.
AUG. 8
     Jennetta Lissimore, 45, of Williston was arrested for poss. cocaine, drug equipment - poss. and/or use. Bond $26,000.
     Charles Edward Miles, 43, of Williston was arrested for controlled substance without prescription, marijuana - not more than 20 grams. Bond $7,000.
     Phoenic Shaunette Obrian, 45, of Yankeetown was arrested for battery - touch or strike. Bond $1,000.
     Amanda Lynn Oglesbee, 31, of Gainesville was arrested for non-support of children or spouse. No bond amount was given.
AUG. 9
     Delmare Daniel Alewine, 44, of High Springs was arrested for DUI - alcohol or drugs, flee w/disregard of safety to persons or property. No bond amount was given.
     Tyree Lamont Brown, 31, of Williston DWLSR - habitual offender. Bond $2,500.
     Bethany Christine Kopyscianski, 30, of Chiefland DWLSR. Bond $500.
AUG. 10
     Cheryl D. Barnett, 33, of Chiefland was arrested for DUI - alcohol or drugs. Bond $500.
     Shaquanda Datasha Sheffield, 22, of Chiefland was arrested for battery - touch or strike. No bond amount was given.
     Trent Alexander Vaughn, 22, of Inglis was arrested for operate a motor vehicle without valid driver license. Bond $2,500.
     Hewitt Ralph Watkins, 57, of Williston was arrested for DWLSR - third or subsequent offense. Bond $2,000.
AUG. 11
     Krista Lynn Biehl, 20, of Chiefland was arrested for DUI - alcohol or drugs. Bond $500.
     Roosevelt Tavares Frazier, 32, of Jacksonville was arrested for property not structure or conveyance, obstruct without violence. Bond $6,000.
     Tanya Arlene Gibson.36, of Williston was arrested for battery - touch or strike. Bond $500.
     Timmy Lee King, 33, of Chiefland was arrested for attach registration/ license plate not assigned, DWLSR, marijuana - not more than 20 grams, drug equipment - poss. and/or use. Bond $3,000.
     Steven Demar Stacy, 34, of Williston was arrested for accessory after the fact of capital felony. No Bond.
AUG. 12
     Omar Jamil Blake, 38, of Chiefland was arrested for grand theft - $300 to less than $5,000, trade secrets.
     Jimmie Lee Donald, 57, of Chiefland was arrested for with deadly weapon without intent to kill. Bond $30,000.
     James Michael Johnson, 37, of Chiefland was arrested for an out-of-county warrant. Cash only $500.
     Russell Mitchem III, 36, of Bronson was arrested for an out-of-county warrant. Cash bond $2,513.




Following are some common abbreviations:

DUI - Driving While Under the Influence of Alcohol or Some Other Drug
DWLSR - Driving While License Suspended or Revoked
RWOV - Resisting Arrest Without Violence
Poss. - Possession
VOP - Violation of Probation
FTA - Failure to Appear


Suspects Arrested Through Aug. 12
Updated Aug. 14, 2017 at 7:07 p.m.

AUG. 7
     Rontay K. Jackson, 18, of Cross City was arrested for criminal mischief, disorderly conduct, littering - 15 lbs. Bond $3,500.
     Johnathan P. Lee, 39, of Old Town was arrested for battery - spouse - domestic abuse, resist/ obstruct/ oppose officer. Bond $3,500.
     Deborah Joyce Hughes, 62, of Old Town was arrested for aggravated battery. Bond $2,000.
AUG. 9
     David A. Blevins, 30, of Old Town was arrested for a Levy County warrant. Bond $3,000.
AUG. 10
     Lisa Marie Corbin, 53, of Old Town was arrested for DUI.
AUG. 11
     Logan Tyrell Hodge, 24, of Cross City was arrested for operating a motor vehicle without cancelled/suspended license. Bond $1,500.
AUG. 12
     Sheila Gwen Boyer, 55, of Cross City was arrested for DUI, DWLSR - second offense. No bond amount was given.
     Cory M. Sears, 24, of Old Town was arrested for aggravated battery. No bond amount was given.
     Lonnie Henry Harris III, 58, of Cross City was arrested for misuse of the 911 system. Bond $3,000.


Following are some common abbreviations:

DUI - Driving While Under the Influence of Alcohol or Some Other Drug
DWLSR - Driving While License Suspended or Revoked
RWOV - Resisting Arrest Without Violence
Poss. - Possession
VOP - Violation of Probation
FTA - Failure to Appear


Suspects Arrested Through Aug. 13
Updated Aug. 14, 2017 at 7:07 p.m.


AUG. 9
     Shyteria S. Richardson, 22, of White Haven was arrested for FTA-Polk County. Bond not listed.
AUG. 10
     Rodney Lee McDaniel, 30, of Old Town was arrested for FTA. Bond not listed.
AUG. 12
     Jessica Nicole Miller, 29, of no listed address was arrested for violation of FS 893.13.6a, 6b (which has to do with the sale, manufacture, or delivery, or possession with intent to sell, manufacture, or deliver, a controlled substance). and Florida Statute 893.147 (Poss. drug paraphernalia). Bond $20,000.
AUG. 13
     Howard Darrell Rain, 54, of Bell was arrested for two counts of battery. No Bond.

--UPDATED--
FRIDAY Aug. 18  6:17 a.m.
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