Man lying on road dies
after being hit by car

By Jeff M. Hardison © April 23, 2017 at 10:07 a.m.
     OCALA --
A 34-year-old man was lying on the roadway in Marion County late Saturday night (April 22) when he was run over by a car, the FHP said.

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     Randall Henges, 22, of Ocala was driving a 2004 Saturn Ion at 11:50 p.m. Saturday, according to a press release from Florida Highway Patrol Lt. Jonathan Young, based on information from crash investigator FHP Trooper M. Baker and homicide investigator FHP Cpl. W. Dill.
     Henges was traveling westbound on State Road 40, the FHP said.
     Jeffrey Mason, 34, of Ocala was lying near the north edge line of SR 40 in front of the path of the Ion, the FHP said.
     Henges failed to see Mason and the car struck Mason with its undercarriage, the FHP said.
     Mason was transported to Ocala Regional Medical Center where he was pronounced dead, the FHP said.
     It is not clear how Mason ended up lying on the roadway, the FHP said. Alcohol was not a factor related to Henges' driving, the FHP said. Henges was not injured in the accident, the FHP said.
     Blood-alcohol contest results from Mason are pending, the FHP said.
     The case is still under investigation, and charges are pending completion of the investigation, the FHP said.


Man dies in crash
By Jeff M. Hardison © April 23, 2017 at 8:27 a.m.
     MARION COUNTY --
A 55-year-old Ocala man died just after midnight on Sunday morning (April 23) in a single-car crash, the FHP said.

     Kerry Hopkins, 55, of Ocala was driving a 2004 BMW south on Marion County Road 225A at the intersection of Northwest 120th Street at 12:30 a.m. Sunday, according to a press release by Florida Highway Patrol Sgt. Lena Ward, based on information from homicide investigator FHP Cpl. Daphne Yuncker.
     The BMW traveled off of the roadway and onto the east shoulder of CR 225A, the FHP said.
     The car's undercarriage struck a concrete culvert, the FHP said, causing it to become airborne -- striking a tree, the FHP said.
     The car then impacted the ground and continued traveling south on the shoulder of the road, colliding with a wooden fence, the FHP said. The vehicle came to rest on the east shoulder facing east within the fence line, the FHP said.
     Hopkins was not wearing a seatbelt. A blood-alcohol content test will determine if alcohol was a factor in this crash, the FHP said. Hopkins was pronounced dead on the scene by Marion County Fire Rescue, the FHP said.


Deputy hits deer with cruiser
and suffers serious injuries

By Jeff M. Hardison © April 23, 2017 at 8:17 a.m.
     HAMILTON COUNTY --
Rural law enforcement officers face an added element as they rush to respond to calls for help -- wildlife.
     A Hamilton County deputy suffered serious injuries after his cruiser hit a deer Saturday night (April 22), the FHP said.
     A 2014 Chevrolet Caprice Hamilton County patrol car driven by Deputy Benjamin Burnam was on the way to a physical disturbance call at 9:21 p.m., according to a press release by crash investigator Florida Highway Patrol Sgt. Lena Ward.
     The deputy was traveling southbound on U.S. Highway 41 when a deer ran out in front of the vehicle, the FHP said.
     The left front and left side of the patrol car sustained damage from striking the deer, the FHP said.
     Deputy Burnam was taken by ShandsCair to UF Health Shands Hospital listed in serious condition with non-life threatening injuries, the FHP said.


Motorcyclist dies in crash
By Jeff M. Hardison © April 22,2017 at 8:27 a.m.
     CITRUS COUNTY --
A 31-year-old Homosassa man died late Friday night (April 21) as the result of injuries suffered in a motorcycle accident, the FHP said.

     Kerry Ann Jurgens, 71, of Homosassa was driving a 2013 Dodge Durango in Citrus County at 10:55 p.m. Friday night, according to a press release from Florida Highway Patrol Sgt. Steve Gaskins, based on information from crash investigator FHP Trooper P. Elmore and homicide investigator FHP Cpl. R. Friesen. She was wearing a seatbelt, the FHP said.
     Christopher N. Richard, 31, of Homosassa was driving a 2011 Ducati motorcycle, the FHP said. He was not wearing a helmet, the FHP said.
     Jurgens was traveling northbound on U.S. Highway 19 in the left turn lane approaching Grover Cleveland
Boulevard in the Durango, the FHP said.
     Richard was traveling southbound on U.S. 19 in the inside lane on the Ducati, the FHP said.
     Jurgens made a left turn with the Durango, which put that vehicle into the path of the Ducati motorcycle, the FHP said.
     As a result, the Ducati collided with the Durango, the FHP said. Both vehicles came to final rest within
the intersection of U.S. 19 and Grover Cleveland Boulevard.
     Richard died at the scene of the crash, the FHP said. Jurgens suffered minor injuries that did not require hospitalization, the FHP said.
     Charges are pending, the FHP said. Alcohol was not a factor in the crash, the FHP said.


Man dies in single-vehicle crash
Published April 21, 2017 at 7:47 a.m.
on the Police Page of HardisonInk.com
     ALACHUA COUNTY --
An early evening crash on Millhopper Road claimed the life of a Gainesville man yesterday (Thursday, April 21), according to an April 21 press release from Florida Highway Patrol Sgt. Kevin Pace, based on information from crash investigator FHP Cpl. W.G. Smith.

     The 2001 Nissan Frontier pickup truck driven by 21-year-old Christian Mena Becerra went off of Alachua County Road 232 (Millhopper Road) west of Northwest 53rd Street and collided with a tree, the FHP said.
     Alachua County Fire Rescue transported Becerra to UF Health Shands Hospital, where he later succumbed to his injuries, the FHP said. The cause of this crash is still under investigation, the FHP said.


Miami men forfeit
$43,805 to the FHP

By Jeff M. Hardison © April 20, 2017 at 7:07 p.m.
     MARION COUNTY --
Two men forfeited more than $40,000 to the Florida Highway Patrol Thursday morning (April 20) as the result of a traffic stop, the FHP said.

     Ryan R. Miller, 39, of Miami was driving a 2017 Ford F-250 pickup truck southbound on Interstate-75 near the 371 Mile Marker at 11:17 a.m. Thursday, according to information in a press release by FHP Lt. Jonathan H. Young.
     Jerdy D. Miller, 41, also of Miami was a passenger, the FHP said.
     An FHP Troop B Criminal Interdiction Unit conducted a traffic stop on the Ford F-150 for traffic violations on Interstate-75 at the 371 mile marker southbound, the FHP said.
     During the course of the stop, an FHP canine was deployed, conducting a free air sniff of the vehicle, the FHP said. The K-9 alerted the handler that there was reason to search the vehicle.
     A probable cause search of the vehicle was conducted, the FHP said, and $43,805 in cash was located in a natural void in the center console. Both occupants denied ownership of the money, the FHP said.
     The money was subsequently forfeited by the occupants of the vehicle to the FHP, the FHP said.


Three suspected drug dealers
busted in Gilchrist County;
More arrests expected

By Jeff M. Hardison © April 20, 2017 at 7:37 a.m.
(Mugshots by GCSO)
     TRENTON --
Gilchrist County Sheriff Robert D. "Bobby" Schultz announced that deputies with the Gilchrist County Sheriff's Office arrested three people suspected of being involved in the illegal drug trade in Trenton (Gilchrist County).

     A Thursday (April 20) email sent just before 6 a.m. showed the sheriff informing people who violate the laws of Florida or the United States of America in Gilchrist County can expect to be arrested.
     “There is no place within the confines of Gilchrist County where (the) GCSO will not go to find and arrest those who pollute our county and residents with illicit drugs," Sheriff Schultz said. "The safety of our children, our families, and our community remains the top priority of (the) GCSO, and we will work tirelessly to accomplish that mission every day.”
     On Wednesday (April 19), the Gilchrist County Sheriff’s Office executed multiple felony arrest warrants and a search warrant within the city limits of Trenton as part of the conclusion of an undercover drug investigation that is named “Operation Ice Cream,” Sheriff Schultz said.
     While the GCSO does not officially take over full time law enforcement responsibility in the City of Trenton until June 1, Schultz said, this investigation was part of his ZERO TOLERANCE policy on drugs and drug dealers within Gilchrist County.
     Trenton, like Inglis, is relinquishing law enforcement to the sheriff’s office. In Levy County, Inglis disbanded its police department a few years ago, and that city relinquished daily law enforcement to the deputies under Levy County Sheriff Robert “Bobby” McCallum Jr.
     GCSO detectives believe that the location where the search warrant was executed, (which is in very close proximity to a church, city park and Trenton Middle High School), represents one of the city's larger distributors of illegal narcotics, Schultz said.
     The search warrant, for a residence located in the northwest area of the city, was executed by law enforcement officers with the GCSO, the Florida Fish and Wildlife Conservation Commission, the Chiefland Police Department and the United States Marshals North Florida Regional Fugitive Task Force.
     The search revealed crack cocaine, large amount of cannabis, pills, currency and stolen property at the location, Sheriff Schultz said.
     The following individuals – all of Trenton – who had warrants issued for their arrests so far during "Operation Ice Cream" are in the Gilchrist County Jail:


Durell Tywan Henry, 28
Possession of cocaine
Possession with intent to sell cocaine within 1,000 feet of a place of worship.
Bond $225,000


Raleigh Darvis Xavier Fisher, 30
Possession of cocaine
Possession with intent to sell cocaine within 1,000 feet of a place of worship.
Bond $300,000


Roman Aundrell Frazier II, 23
Possession of cocaine
Possession with intent to sell cocaine within 1,000 feet of a place of worship.
Bond $225,000
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     Arrest and search warrants were issued by Gilchrist County Judge Sheree Lancaster. Judge Lancaster also set the initial bond amounts for these defendants, Sheriff Schultz said.
     More arrests in this ongoing investigation are expected, the sheriff said.


DHS OIG Hotline number
has been used in scam
to obtain personally
identifiable information

Published April 19, 2017 at 1:47 p.m.
on the Police Page of HardisonInk.com
     WASHINGTON, D.C. --
The United States Department of Homeland Security (DHS) Office of Inspector General (OIG) is issuing this fraud alert to warn individuals of reports that the DHS OIG Hotline telephone number has been used recently as part of a telephone spoofing scam targeting individuals throughout the country.

     The perpetrators of the scam represent themselves as employees with “U.S. Immigration” and can alter caller ID systems to make it appear that the call is coming from the DHS OIG Hotline telephone number (1-800-323-8603).
     The scammers demand to obtain or verify personally identifiable information from their victims through various tactics, including by telling individuals that they are the victims of identity theft. Many of the scammers reportedly have pronounced accents.
     DHS OIG takes this matter very seriously. While we investigate the situation, we would like to remind the public that DHS OIG never uses its Hotline number to make outgoing calls — the phone line is only used to receive information from the public. Individuals should not answer calls purporting to be from 1-800-323-8603, and should never provide personal information during calls purporting to be from the DHS OIG Hotline.
     It continues to be perfectly safe to use the DHS OIG Hotline to report fraud, waste, abuse, or mismanagement within DHS components or programs.
     Anyone who believes they may have been a victim of this telephone spoofing scam is urged to call our Hotline or file a complaint online via the DHS OIG website www.oig.dhs.gov.
     You may also contact the Federal Trade Commission to file a complaint and/or report identity theft by clicking HERE.


Dogs Find Drugs - DCSO Makes Arrest

Early Friday morning (April 14), a deputy with the Dixie County Sheriff's Office stopped a Nissan due to it displaying an expired tag. The car was stopped near the intersection of Northeast 272nd Avenue and 349 Highway. During the course of the stop, the deputy was assisted by another deputy with a K-9. After receiving a positive alert from the dog to its handler to let that deputy know about the probable presence of drugs in the Nissan, the deputies searched the vehicle. They found marijuana, cocaine and methamphetamine. As a result, Amanda Nichols, 23, of Chiefland, was arrested for misdemeanor possession of marijuana (fewer than 20 grams), possession of cocaine, possession of methamphetamine and possession of drug equipment. Nichols was booked into the Dixie County Jail and is being held under a $36,000 bond.
Published April 18, 2017 at 11:07 p.m. on the Police Page of
HardisonInk.com
Information and Photo Provided by DCSO Maj. Scott Harden


Suspect Caught In The Act

Saturday morning (April 15) the Dixie County Sheriff’s Office received a call from Cross City Correctional Institution in reference to a visitor attempting to introduce contraband into the grounds of Cross City Correctional Institution. When the deputy arrived, he met with officials from CRCCI during which time he learned that prison staff learned of the introduction attempt and conducted a strip search of the visitor Amber Gordon, 24, of Orange City. During the course of the search, officers found 66 grams (2-plus ounces) of Synthetic Cannabinoids wrapped in electrical tape that Gordon had concealed vaginally. As a result of this and the interview with the deputy, a search of Gordon’s car revealed another package of Synthetic Cannabinoids concealed in electrical tape in her car. Gordon was arrested and charged with Introduction of Contraband into a Correctional Facility and Possession of Synthetic Cannabinoids. She was booked into the Dixie County Jail and is being held under a $65,000.
Published April 18, 2017 at 10:37 p.m. on the Police Page of
HardisonInk.com
Information and Photo Provided by DCSO Maj. Scott Harden


Suspected Illegal Drug Seller

On Friday (April 14), deputies with the Dixie County Sheriff's Office arrested Raymond Sharpe, 58, of Old Town, DCSO spokesman Maj. Scott Harden said in a recent press release. Sharpe was arrested in connection with an undercover drug investigation in which the DCSO's investigators used a confidential informant to make undercover drug purchases earlier in 2017. During the course of the investigation, Sharpe on two different occasions sold prescription pills to the informant. Sharpe is charged with two counts of sale of a controlled substance and is currently in the Dixie County Jail under a $130,000 bond, Harden said.
Published April 18, 2017 at 9:37 p.m. on the Police Page of HardisonInk.com
Mugshot by DCSO

 


Sturgeon returning to
the Suwannee River


A sturgeon jumps from the river. Boaters are reminded to take precautions to reduce the odds of being injured. These prehistoric fish are a protected species.

Photo by FWC

By Karen Parker of the FWC
Published April 4, 2017 at 8:17 a.m.
on the Police Page of HardisonInk.com
     SUWANNEE RIVER --
Gulf sturgeon have begun their annual migration back into the Suwannee River, according to the Florida Fish and Wildlife Conservation Commission (FWC).

     Researchers from the United States Geological Survey have reported that the fish began returning to the north Florida river in January because of the warm winter. With low water levels this spring, sturgeon may jump more frequently than in previous years. As river levels drop, the jumping frequency increases.
     “The best course of action is to go slow, wear your life jacket and keep people off the bow of the boat,” said Maj. Andy Krause, FWC regional commander. “The Suwannee is a beautiful river, and we certainly don’t want to scare anyone away from enjoying it. We just want those recreating there to be aware these fish are present and can jump at any time. There have been injuries and, tragically, even a death in past years due to sturgeon strikes.”
     Going slow is recommended to reduce the risk of impact and to have more reaction time if a jumping sturgeon is encountered. Boaters are always encouraged to wear their life jackets at all times while on the water.
     “Even one person getting hurt is one too many,” said Krause. “We want people to be aware the sturgeon are back in the Suwannee and that a risk of injury to boaters does exist.”
     FWC officers will be on water patrol during the summer months in a continued effort to educate boaters about these jumping fish.
     These collisions are not attacks. Sturgeon do not target boaters. They are doing what they have been doing for millions of years: jumping. Researchers have determined that sturgeon jump to communicate with other fish and to gulp air to fill their swim bladders. This allows sturgeon to maintain neutral buoyancy.
     Biologists estimate the annual population of adult sturgeon in the Suwannee River to be about 10,000 fish, averaging about 5 feet in length and weighing 40 pounds. However, a few may exceed 170 pounds. Sturgeon can leap more than 7 feet out of the water. To add to the seriousness of being hit by one, the fish have five rows of armor-like scutes.
     While it is possible for sturgeon to jump anywhere in the river, those in the Suwannee are more commonly observed jumping where they gather in “holding” areas. Major holding areas in the Suwannee occur above Jack's Sandbar; below Manatee Springs; between Fanning Springs and Usher Landing; below Old Town Trestle; below the confluence of the Santa Fe and Suwannee rivers; near Rock Bluff; and below Anderson Springs.
     Adult fish may spend up to nine months each year in the river, spawning in May, and then return to the Gulf during the coolest months to feed.
     State and federal laws protect sturgeon, just like bald eagles, panthers and sea turtles. Gulf sturgeon cannot be harvested.
     To report sturgeon collisions, call the Wildlife Alert Hotline at 888-404-FWCC (3922).
     For more information about the Gulf sturgeon, go to MyFWC.com/Research and click on “Saltwater” then “Sturgeon.”
    


 

The people listed below are charged with the crimes listed next to their names. In the United States of America, every person maintains that presumption of innocense unless and until they are determined to be guilty through the judicial process. 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 April 16
Updated April 17, 2017 at 1:17 p.m.


APRIL 10
     Franklin Donaldson, 43, of Chiefland was arrested for an out-of-county warrant. Bond $500.
     Luther Cole Snellgrove, 17, of Chiefland was arrested for two counts of criminal mischief $200 and under, burglary – unoccupied dwelling – unarmed, burglary – unoccupied structure – unarmed, grand theft $300 to less than $5,000, obstruct without violence, FTA. Bond $205,000.
APRIL 11
     Glinda Gay Rothschink, 53, of Williston was arrested for with deadly weapon without intent to kill. Bond $50,000.
     Angela Neal, 51, of Bronson was arrested for battery – touch or strike. Bond $2,000.
     Levie Avery, 59, of Chiefland was arrested for battery – touch or strike. Bond $2,500.
APRIL 12
     Alexis Charlotte Vandepol, 27, of St. Petersburg was arrested for marijuana – not more than 20 grams. Bond $1,000.
     Michael Anthony Keith, 28, of St. Petersburg was arrested for poss. cocaine, controlled substance without prescription, drug equipment – poss. and/or use. Bond $61,000.
     Gary Mason Clark, 37, of Chiefland was arrested for poss. marijuana over 20 grams, drug equipment – poss. and/or use, fail to register motor vehicle. No bond amount was given.
     Ashton Lee Beecher, 27, of Williston was arrested for burglary - occupied structure – unarmed, criminal mischief $200 or less, petit theft – second degree – first offense, trespass upon grounds or facilities of a school. Bond $120,000.
     Jake Junior Bryant II, 36, of Inverness was arrested for DWLSR. Bond $1,000.
     Whaqui Javorge Harvey, 30, of Williston was arrested for burglary – unoccupied dwelling – unarmed, petit theft – second degree – third subsequent offense, criminal mischief – over $200 less than $1,000, trespass upon grounds or facilities of a school. Bond $120,000.
APRIL 13
     Alex Warren Babcock, 22, of Carbondale, Pennsylvania was arrested for an out-of-county warrant. No bond.
     Michael Allen Clark, 50, of Homestead was arrested for violate injunction – protection domestic violence, battery – touch or strike, harassing in first degree felony proceeding. Bond $11,000.
     Abraham Paul Hope, 22, of Ocala was arrested for petit theft – second degree – first offense. Bond $1,000.
     Steven James McMurry, 46, of Bronson was arrested for fail to register as required. Bond $100,000.
APRIL 14
     William Dean Hutchinson, 48, of Chiefland was arrested for DWLSR – habitual. Bond $15,000.
     Larry Mortimer Huskins Jr., 44, of Inglis was arrested for battery – touch or strike. Bond $15,000.
     Justin Kyle McLeod, 32, of Chiefland was arrested for an out-of-county warrant. No bond amount was given.
     Eddie Odom, 73, of Williston was arrested for DUI – alcohol or drugs. Bond $20,000.
APRIL 15
     Nickola Ann Byers, 44, of Trenton was arrested for DUI and damage to property. Bond $5,000.
     Jermey Jamal Mayes, 26, of Bronson was arrested for VOP, poss. cocaine, marijuana – not more than 20 grams, drug equipment – poss. and/or use. No bond.
APRIL 16
     Jacob Allen Solano, 21, of Gainesville was arrested for DUI – alcohol or drugs. Bond $5,000.
     Jerald Allen Byrd, 27, of Trenton was arrested for leave scene of crash involving damage to property, DUI and damage to property. No bond amount was given.
     Roy Michael Clark, 63, of Bronson was arrested for schedule I drug, marijuana – not more than 20 grams, drug equipment – poss. and/or use. No bond amount was given.
     John Theodore Creal, 51, of Bronson was arrested for schedule I drug, marijuana – not more than 20 grams, drug equipment – poss. and/or use. No bond amount was given.
     William Davis, 44, of Williston was arrested for poss. cocaine, drug equipment – poss. and/or use. No bond amount was given.
     Glynell Tomlin, 25, of Williston was arrested for convicted felon fail to register, battery – touch or strike, harassing in third degree felony proceeding. No bond amount was given.

 



The people listed below are charged with the crimes listed next to their names. In the United States of America, every person maintains that presumption of innocense unless and until they are determined to be guilty through the judicial process. 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 April 16

Updated April 17, 2017 at 1:17 p.m.

APRIL 10
     Tyler Austin Neese, 19, of Trenton was arrested for marijuana – poss. not more than 20 grams. No bond amount was given.
APRIL 11
     Travis Randall Rose, 25, of Newberry was arrested for robbery – residential – home invasion without firearm or weapon, damage property – criminal mischief $200 and under, larceny grand theft - $300 to less than $5,000. Bond $625,000.
APRIL 12
     Carlos Alberto Cifuentes-Cano, 46, of Newberry was arrested for operating a motor vehicle without a valid driver license. Bond $10,000.
APRIL 13
     Gary W. Sawn, 27, of Trenton was arrested for larceny grand theft - $300 to less than $5,000. No bond amount was given.
APRIL 14
     Joel Luis Valles, 31, of Trenton was arrested for simple assault – intent threat to do violence, damage property – criminal mischief $200 and under, marijuana – poss. not more than 20 grams. No bond amount was given.
     Brian Alphonzo McGee, 32, of Trenton was arrested for stalking/ follow/ harass/ cyberstalk another, poss. controlled substance without prescription, withhold support – non-support of children or spouse. No bond amounts were given on first two charges, $900 cash on the support order.
APRIL 15
     Billy Will Norton, 34, of Fort Meade was arrested for DWLSR – third or subsequent offense, poss. marijuana over 20 grams, drug equipment – poss. and/or use. Bond $5,000.
     Albert Jerome Miller, 31, of Cross City was arrested for DWLSR. ROR.

 


The people listed below are charged with the crimes listed next to their names. In the United States of America, every person maintains that presumption of innocense unless and until they are determined to be guilty through the judicial process. 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 April 16
Updated April 17, 2017 at 1:17 p.m.

 
APRIL 10
     Marc Taylor, 25, of Old Town was arrested for a Columbia County warrant, poss. marijuana – less than 20 grams, poss. drug equipment. No bond amount was given.
     William Watson, 40, of Chiefland was arrested for violating domestic violence injunction. Bond $5,000.
     Johnny Walter Simmons, 70, of Inverness was arrested for DWLSR, theft of vehicle. Bond $1,500.
APRIL 11
     Vivian L. Bailey, 37, of Chiefland was arrested for passing worthless bank check, a Taylor County warrant, a Levy County warrant. Bond $500.
APRIL 12
     Eric Gomes Lamar, 29, of Old Town was arrested for an out-of-county warrant. No bond amount was given.
APRIL 13
     Suanne Wilkinson, 36, of Old Town was arrested for contributing to child abuse. Bond $40,000.
APRIL 14
     Amanda L. Nichols, 23, of Chiefland was arrested for poss. cannabis – less than 20 grams, poss. cocaine, poss. meth, drug equipment – poss. and/or use. Bond $3,000.
     Steven John Spring, 27, of Old Town was arrested for DUI – property damage. Bond $2,000.
     Raymond Sharpe, 58, of Old Town was arrested for two drug charges. Bond $65,000.
     John L. Miley, 56, of Old Town was arrested for domestic battery. Bond $3,500.
     Jamie D. Oglesby, 50, of Jena was arrested for domestic battery. Bond $3,500.
APRIL 15
     Amber J. Gordon, 24, of Orange City was arrested for introduction of a controlled substance into a state correctional institute, poss. of controlled substance. Bond $50,000.
     Kayla Marie Cappio, 23, of Old Town was arrested for DUI. Bond $3,000.
APRIL 16
     Eric Bell, 43, of no address listed was arrested for DWLSR, poss. controlled substance, poss. cannabis – less than 20 grams. Bond $2,000.

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SUNDAY  APRIL 23  10:07 a.m.
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