DCSO and CCCI K-9 Team
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Suspected Armed Burglar In Dixie County HardisonInk.com

 

 

Richard G. Powers
Mug Shot By DCSO

 

 


By DCSO Maj. Scott Harden
Published Nov. 10, 2019 at 8:09 p.m.
     DIXIE COUNTY --
Tuesday afternoon (Nov. 5), the Dixie County Sheriff’s Office received a call from a male who said that his wife had just called him and told him that a male subject had entered her home through the back door, and fled when her dogs got after him.

 

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     The caller said that the suspected intruder was wearing camouflage clothing and a mask, and that he was last seen near the barn behind the home.
     Deputies arrived at the home located on Northeast 405th Street, and searched the immediate property without finding the suspect.
     The Cross City Correctional Institution’s K-9 Team was then called to assist in tracking the suspect. When the K-9 Team arrived, they were able to establish a track near to where the suspect was last seen. They began tracking him through the woods.
     After tracking him for several hundred yards, the K-9 Team and deputies located the suspect.
     While attempting to secure the suspect, later identified as Richard G. Powers, 35, of Old Town, the man would not comply and had to be restrained.
     Deputies and the K-9 Team located several items in the area near where Powers was found hiding.
     These items included tools and food along with a bag that contained personal identification and cards belonging to another individual. Deputies later located this individual who said that those items were stolen from his home and that Powers had been to his home on a previous occasion.
     Powers was arrested and charged with burglary of a dwelling while armed, grand theft, theft of a credit card by taking, resisting an officer without violence and petit theft.

 


Charges pending after crash
By Jeff M. Hardison © Nov. 10, 2019 at 7:19 p.m.
     LEVY COUNTY –
Shoppers who tried to buy items at Carter’s Crossroads Convenience Store at the intersection of Levy County Road 347 and State Road 345 on Sunday morning (Nov. 10) found they couldn’t, because there was no electricity as the result of an early morning couple of crashes in that very area.
     Central Florida Electric Cooperative (CFEC) linemen had power restored before that Sunday afternoon.
     Charges are pending from a crash, according to a Florida Highway Patrol press release.
     Johnny McCumbers, 84, of Cedar Key was driving a 1999 Ford F-150 pickup truck at 5:15 a.m. on Nov. 10 in Levy County, according to a press release by shift supervisor FHP Sgt. W. Ernst, who was also the crash investigator.
     Donald Anderson, 28, of Old Town was driving 2015 Freightliner truck, the FHP said.
     An unoccupied 2015 Ford Explorer was involved in the crash, the FHP said.
     The Ford F-150 was northbound on SR 345 (going toward Chiefland), the FHP said. McCumbers passed through a crash scene that included downed powerlines, the FHP said.
     As the Ford continued north on SR 345, approaching CR 347 (the intersection with the convenience store), a Levy County Sheriff’s Office deputy was at that intersection, the FHP said. The marked LCSO Ford Explorer was in the southbound lane of SR 345 at the intersection of SR 345 and CR 347, the FHP said, in order to direct southbound SR 345 traffic (heading in the direction of Cedar Key) to go onto CR 347.
     CFEC vehicles were arriving, and they were being directed by the LCSO to continue southbound (going as if from Chiefland to Cedar Key) toward the downed powerlines, which were lying across the road, the FHP said.
     Anderson, driving the Freightliner truck, was towing a pole trailer, and that CFEC vehicle was following another power company truck as it negotiated past the deputy by entering the northbound travel lane of SR 345, the FHP said.
     As the Freightliner entered the northbound travel lane, the FHP said, the Ford pickup truck hit its left front with the left front of the unoccupied LCSO patrol vehicle, the FHP said.
     After that, the Ford pickup truck continued northbound until its right front hit the right side of the pole trailer, the FHP said. There was no evidence of braking by the pickup truck prior to the collision, the FHP said.

    


Levy County suspects
tied to Dixie County crimes

Levy County Dixie County suspected snatchers HardisonInk.com
Omar Blake Jr. (left) and Laron Jackson

By DCSO Maj. Scott Harden
Published Nov. 9, 2019 at 11:19 a.m.
     DIXIE COUNTY --
On Friday (Nov. 1), the Dixie County Sheriff’s Office received a call about a suspicious vehicle on Northeast 552nd Street.
     The deputy made contact with the female driver of that suspicious vehicle, who was from Chiefland. She said she had been waiting on her mother, but was now leaving the area. 
     Approximately two hours later, the clerk of the game room at Charlie’s Bar on U.S. Highway 19 called the DCSO and reported being robbed.
     When deputies arrived, they learned that two male subjects called the clerk to the door and when she got to them one of the subjects snatched her money bag from under her arm.
     The two male subjects then fled from the area on foot heading south toward a field. Deputies spoke with a patron who was inside the game room. She provided them information on one of the male subjects, who she knew was from the Chiefland area.
     With the information deputies learned from the witnesses and the vehicle information from the earlier call, they identified the two male suspects and a female juvenile.
     Arrest warrants for the subjects to be taken into custody were obtained Monday (Nov. 4), charging the two males with robbery by snatching and charging the female with accessory after the fact.
     On Monday night (Nov. 4), Omar Blake Jr., 19, of Chiefland, and the female juvenile were arrested and booked into the Levy County Jail.
     Tuesday morning (Nov. 5), the third suspect, Laron Jackson, 21, of Chiefland, was arrested and booked into the Levy County Jail.
     Both Blake and Jackson have since been transferred to the Dixie County Jail where they continue to be held on the robbery charges.


Driver charged
with 3 counts
of DUI manslaughter

By Jeff M. Hardison © Nov. 7, 2019 at 8:09 p.m.
     MARION COUNTY –
One man and two young girls died today (Thursday, Nov. 7), and one driver in the two-vehicle crash was charged with three counts of driving while under the influence of alcohol or other drugs that resulted in their deaths, according to information in a press release from the Florida Highway Patrol.
     Stephen Lynn, 48, of Ocala was driving a 1999 Ford 350 pickup truck on Nov. 7 in Marion County, according to a press release from FHP Lt. Jonathan H. Young, based on information from crash investigator FHP Trooper M. Mays and homicide investigator FHP Cpl. J. Sabo.
     Justin Lanzl, 40, of Hernando, Anthony Quirello, 36, and Paul Watson, 41, both of Belleview, were passengers in the pickup truck, the FHP said.
     Emilio Nunez, 71, of Summerfield was driving a 2003 Suzuki Vitara SUV, the FHP said.
     Nevaeh Nunez, 9, and Katalaya Nunez, 7, both of Summerfield were passengers in the SUV, the FHP said.
     The pickup truck was eastbound on Marion County Road 484, approaching the intersection of CR 467, the FHP said.
     The SUV was southbound on CR 467, approaching the intersection of CR 484, the FHP said. This intersection is
controlled by a traffic signal.
     The signal turned red for the Ford pickup truck and green for the Suzuki SUV as both vehicles approached and entered the intersection, the FHP said.
     The front of Ford hit the passenger side of the Suzuki, the FHP said.
     The SUV then overturned, the FHP said, going into the ditch on the southeast corner of the intersection.
     The pickup truck came to final rest in the outside eastbound lane of CR 484 facing east, the FHP said. The SUV came to final rest on its roof in the ditch on the south shoulder of CR 484 facing west, the FHP said.
     Two occupants of the Suzuki were pronounced dead on the scene by Marion County Fire Rescue personnel and the third was
pronounced dead at Ocala Regional Medical Center by the medical staff, the FHP said.
     Lanzl and Quirello suffered minor injuries that did not require transport to a hospital, the FHP said.
      Lynn was placed under arrest for three counts of DUI manslaughter, DUI with property damage, DUI, and driving while license suspended or revoked, the FHP said.
      This investigation is ongoing, the FHP said. As of 7:41 p.m. on Thursday night, the Marion County Jail said it did not have the man in its custody; and so, bail amounts and a mug shot were not available then.


Arrest made in double homicide
Marion County Florida Murder Suspect HardisonInk.com

 

 


Jason Cole
Mug Shot By MCSO

 

 


By Cecelia Koon
Public Information Officer
Marion County Sheriff’s Office
Published Nov. 7, 2019 at 2:19 p.m.
     MARION COUNTY --
On Wednesday (Nov. 6), Marion County Sheriff’s Office (MCSO) Major Crimes detectives arrested Jason Thomas Cole, 25, for the Oct. 31 double homicide of Michael White, 22, and Lezhan Studivant, 23, in Belleview.
     On Oct. 31, MCSO deputies and detectives responded to an area hospital after receiving reports that two victims had been shot and transported to the hospital by an eyewitness.
     Upon arrival, detectives were notified both victims had been pronounced dead. Through the course of the investigation, it was determined that both victims and the defendant had been traveling in a vehicle when an argument occurred. Cole hit Studivant with a gun, and then shot the victim multiple times, before turning the gun on White and shooting him as well.
     On Nov. 6, Cole contacted a detective with the Ocala Police Department and informed the OPD detective that he had killed two people. Cole was transported to the Marion County Sheriff’s Office to be interviewed, where he was arrested for two counts of murder in the second degree.
     Cole is being held in the Marion County Jail with no bond.


Man charged with sex crimes;
MCSO looks for other victims
Marion County Florida Sex Crime Suspect HardisonInk.com

 

 


Keith Turner
Mug Shot By MCSO

 

 


By Cecelia Koon
Public Information Officer
Marion County Sheriff’s Office
Published Nov. 7, 2019 at 2:19 p.m.
     MARION COUNTY –
On Wednesday (Nov. 6), Marion County Sheriff’s Office (MCSO) Major Crimes detectives arrested Keith Mitchell Turner, 34, for sexual battery, lewd or lascivious molestation, lewd or lascivious exhibition, and a second count of lewd and lascivious molestation in a second case.
     On Aug. 8, it was reported to the MCSO that a victim had disclosed the molestation in a letter to a family member. The abuse started in approximately 2012, when the victim
was approximately 7 to 8 years old.
     During the course of the investigation, it was determined that there could be a second juvenile victim. Marion County Sheriff’s Office detectives made contact with the potential second victim and confirmed that Turner had committed crimes of a sexual nature against the second juvenile victim as well.
     The Marion County Sheriff’s Office believes there is the potential for more victims.
     Any person who believes they or someone they may know could be a victim, is asked to please contact Detective Ian Simpson at 352‐368‐3586.
     Turner is being held at the Marion County Jail on both cases with no bond.

 


Retiring DCSO Captain Honored
DCSO Captain Retires HardisonInk.com
On Tuesday, Oct 29, coworkers and family of Dixie County Sheriff’s Office Capt. Keith Oneal gathered for a retirement luncheon to honor him. Oneal began work with the Dixie County Sheriff’s Office in 1994 as a correctional officer. After working as a correctional officer, Oneal went to the Law Enforcement Academy and transferred to the road as a deputy. After working several years as the Jail Administrator, Oneal transferred from the jail to being the captain who supervises investigations. At the conclusion of the luncheon, Sheriff Dewey H. Hatcher Sr. presented Oneal  with a plaque thanking him for his many years of service to the people of Dixie County and the State of Florida. Everyone at the Sheriff’s Office wish Oneal many happy years of retirement, enjoying time with his family.
Published Nov. 6, 2019 at 7:09 p.m.

Information and Photo Provided By DCSO Maj. Scott Harden

 


Woman arrested on gun charges;
Missing Kindle is found
Dixie County Suspect HardisonInk.com

 

 

Blanche M. Anderson
Mug Shot By DCSO

 


By Jeff M. Hardison
© Nov. 5, 2019 at 10:19 a.m.
    DIXIE COUNTY --
A 62-year-old woman was arrested Saturday night (Nov. 2) after she allegedly pulled a handgun on two law enforcement officers and others, according to information in a press release from Dixie County Sheriff's Office Maj. Scott Harden.
     Blanche M. Anderson, 62, of Horseshoe, was arrested and charged with six counts of aggravated assault with a firearm, carrying a concealed firearm, improper exhibition of a firearm and using a firearm while under the influence of intoxicants.
     The arrest resulted after what appears to be a series of mistakes by Anderson, according to what Maj. Harden noted in the press release he sent on Monday morning (Nov. 4).
     Saturday night, a group of friends were in a local business in Horseshoe when they encountered a female patron, later identified as Anderson, Harden said.
     The alleged victims and witnesses told the DCSO deputy that Anderson appeared to be heavily intoxicated, Harden said. 
     According to the victim’s, they entered the business and had a brief conversation with Anderson before they eventually began interacting amongst themselves, Harden said.
     During this time, Anderson reportedly began to accuse the alleged victims of stealing her Kindle, Anderson said.
     The Amazon Kindle is a series of e-readers that Amazon designs and markets. Amazon Kindle devices enable users to browse, buy, download, and read e-books, newspapers, magazines and other digital media via wireless networking to the Kindle Store, according to Amazon.
      The alleged victims denied stealing her Kindle and told her that they had not seen her with a Kindle, Harden said. The alleged victims eventually left the establishment and began to travel back to the Dixie Mainline, Harden said.
     This is where the alleged victims realized an ATV, being driven by Anderson, was chasing them, Harden said. They were in two separate vehicles, Harden said, and during this time, the ATV was able to get in front of one of them and stop.
     When the victims stopped their two vehicles, Harden said, Anderson exited her ATV and pulled a handgun on the group. Two of the alleged victims, who are law enforcement officers from a jurisdiction other than Dixie County, drew their weapons, identified themselves, and demanded Anderson drop her weapon, Harden said.
     Anderson complied with the command, Harden said, and was subdued until a DCSO deputy arrived on scene.
     Anderson was arrested and charged as noted above.
     A subsequent search of Anderson’s personal effects on the ATV revealed the Kindle to be located there, Harden said.

 


Convicted serial burglar
helps close more cases

By LCSO Lt. Scott Tummond
Public Information Officer
Published Nov. 5, 2019 at 10:39 a.m.
     BRONSON --
Some may remember the picture the Levy County Sheriff's Office posted in March of this year that was captured on the surveillance system installed in Ryan Bell’s new business location on Northwest 140th Street, north of Chiefland, at the former Deke’s Restaurant.
     Bell chose to safeguard his property, and he installed a state-of-the art video surveillance system. His photographs were published, and with the assistance of the general public, it led to the arrest of Harold William Santry, Jr., 55, of Chiefland.
     As a result of Santry’s arrest, the LCSO Criminal Investigations Division was able to secure and serve a search warrant on Santry’s home back in March, which allowed the recovery of a trailer full of stolen property. Detectives knew this wasn’t the full scope of crimes Santry committed and continued to work on this investigation.
     Months of investigative work combined with cooperative agreements forged between the LCSO, the State Attorney’s Office and Santry’s own defense attorney led to more victims having some of their stolen property returned.
     Santry agreed to a negotiated plea offer to a prison term. A condition of this plea offer was to assist law enforcement in its efforts to solve previously unsolved crimes for which he was responsible.
     Santry went with detectives to his home and identified another trailer-load of property as things he himself had stolen. Over the past 10 years, William Santry perfected his craft and was able to elude detection until photographed by Bell’s surveillance cameras. Santry did not steal to support a drug habit or to make a profit on his ill-gotten gains. He did it specifically for the thrill. 
     Detectives worked with Santry for several days before his departure to be among the population incarcerated within the Florida Department of Corrections Prison System.
     Santry identified property from at least 30 different residential burglaries and thefts, which will allow detectives to return items to their rightful owners. Detectives commented that Santy’s ability to recall what he had stolen and from which homes was astonishing, but they are grateful he was able to do this.
     Levy County Sheriff Bobby McCallum said he is proud of the determination of the LCSO detectives in resolving this case. Closure is most often what victims wish for, and this case will give them just that. The hard work of the detectives and cooperation between the judicial counterparts combined with the community’s willingness to offer tips and other information led to this successful conclusion.

 


DCSO issues correction
By DCSO Maj. Scott Harden
Published Nov. 5, 2019 at 10:09 a.m.
     DIXIE COUNTY --
On Oct. 21, the Dixie County Sheriff’s Office reported the arrest of Karen Powers, 63, of Chiefland.
     The press release provided by the Sheriff’s Office listed the charges in error.
     Powers Was Not found to be in possession of anything that tested positive for cocaine as indicated. Powers’ arrest stemmed solely on the alleged possession of marijuana, where she was charged with the possession and the possession of drug paraphernalia.
     PUBLISHER’S NOTE: HardisonInk.com corrected the error Oct. 22, 2019 at 9:49 p.m., after receiving more reliable information on Oct. 22, which was provided by attorney Sunshine Baynard of Chiefland. HardisonInk.com also published the fact that the Third Judicial Circuit State Attorney’s Office chose against filing charges in regard to the marijuana or paraphernalia possession cases that had been initiated against Powers by the law enforcement agency. HardisonInk.com noted Powers retained her presumption of innocence, even from the marijuana and drug paraphernalia alleged possession charges. The presumption of innocence from criminal charges goes with every accused person in America until they are proved beyond reasonable doubt to be guilty. HardisonInk.com removed even that correct story, though, because like almost every suspected criminal arrest story, it eventually goes to computer heaven rather than to the archives of HardisonInk.com.

 


Arrests made in murder
of Summerfield man;

MCSO seeks fourth suspect
Murder Suspect Marion County HardisonInk.com
 

 

Chase Freeman
Mug Shot By MCSO

 

 


By Cecelia Koon
MCSO Public Information Officer
Published Nov. 4, 2019 at 3:09 p.m.
MARION COUNTY --
On Friday (Nov. 1) Marion County Sheriff’s Office (MCSO) Major Crimes detectives arrested Chase Freeman, 21, for the July 26 murder of 76-year-old Richard Peters.
      Today (Monday, Nov. 4), also warrants were issued for David Dillberg, 21, and Christopher Sesler, 23, for the homicide.
     On July 26, MCSO deputies responded to the location in reference to a suspicious incident. Upon arrival, deputies found Peters deceased in the home. Investigation revealed that a burglary had occurred at the location just days before.
     David Dillberg, was developed as a suspect in the burglary, and was identified as a possible suspect in the homicide. A search warrant executed on Dillberg’s social media indicated that Dillberg had been setting up a “job” or “mission” hours before a neighbor’s security footage showed a group of individuals run through the victim’s backyard, disable lights and make entry into the home.
     Forensic evidence led detectives to Christopher Sesler, who is currently incarcerated in the Lake County Jail. Also, Sesler was positively identified through a photo lineup, as someone who had been at the location the night the homicide occurred.
     Detectives interviewed Chase Freeman in regard to his involvement in the case. Initially, Freeman attempted to distance himself from the incident, however he did ultimately admit to his involvement in the homicide.
     A neighbor’s security camera indicated that there may possibly be a fourth suspect, who has not been identified, yet.
     Detectives are asking anyone with information to contact Detective Travis O’Cull at 352‐ 369‐6805 or to contact Crime Stoppers of Marion County at 352‐368‐STOP.
     Freeman is being held at the Marion County Jail with no bond on one count of principal to first degree felony murder. Dillberg and Sesler are currently incarcerated in other facilities, but will be transported to Marion County and served warrants for first degree felony murder.


Cat Patrol


Gemlands Levy County HardisonInk.com
After a long day of catnaps, Needles the community cat of Jemlands, prepares to go on cat patrol on Wednesday evening (Oct. 30). Here, he strides into camera range, looks to the west and eventually yawns. Needles is seen here on the southern central portion of The Ink Pad property in the unrecorded subdivision known as Jemlands in the unincorporated part of Levy County, about 10 miles south of Chiefland and approximately seven miles east of the Fowlers Bluff community.
Published Nov. 3, 2019 at 9:09 a.m.

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FDLE arrests woman suspected
of an illegal adoption scheme

Suspected Adoption Criminal HardisonInk.com

 

 


Tina Scee
Mug Shot By St. Johns Sheriff’s Office

 


By Jeff M. Hardison
© Nov. 2, 2019 at 3:49 p.m.
     TALLAHASSEE –
Florida Department of Law Enforcement (FDLE) agents arrested a 54-year-old Interlachen (Putnam County) woman on four felonies related to an alleged illegal adoption scheme, according to information released from the FDLE Office of Public Information on Nov. 2.
     Tina Scee, 54, of Interlachen was booked into the St. Johns County Jail on Friday (Nov. 1) at 3:29 p.m., according to St. Johns County Sheriff’s Office records. She was released on $20,000 bond for the four felonies at 9:16 p.m. that same day, according to SCJSO records.
     FDLE records showed the charges Scee faces are organized scheme to defraud, grand theft, illegally placing a child for adoption and perjury.
     The FDLE began its investigation in 2018 at the request of the Florida Department of Children and Families (DCF) after allegations were made against Scee, a foster parent who adopted a child, the FDLE noted in a Nov. 2 press release.  
     Scee fostered a 2-year-old boy and then adopted him in late 2017, the FDLE said.  Investigators from FDLE, Division of Public Assistance Fraud-Florida Department of Financial Services, DCF and Florida Community Partnership for Children (CPC) investigated the case, the FDLE said.
     While a foster parent, Scee presented herself as if she was really a DCF worker who was trying to find adoptive homes for children, the FDLE said.
     A couple from Ohio visited Scee to meet a disabled boy and were told the boy was available for adoption, the FDLE said. Upon meeting the couple, Scee allowed the child to return to Ohio with them, but told the couple that they would have to return to Florida several times before the adoption was complete, the FDLE said. 
     Scee had the couple return the child to Florida on multiple occasions in September and October of 2017, the FDLE said, as her method to deceive DCF during site visits, making it appear she took care of the child fulltime. 
     While the boy was in Ohio, Scee received SNAP benefits and daycare assistance for the child totaling nearly $4,000, the FDLE said. 
     The United States Department of Agriculture’s (USDA) Supplemental Nutrition Assistance Program (SNAP) is also called food assistance in Florida and it was formerly known as the Food Stamp Program.
     Scee ordered the boy to be returned to Florida on Oct. 31, 2017, the FDLE said, for her final adoption hearing, and at the hearing, Scee was granted the adoption.
     Immediately following the hearing, the FDLE said, the boy returned to Ohio. When the Ohio couple could not obtain the legal documents necessary to complete their adoption of the boy, they contacted the Florida Community Partnership for Children (CPC) for legal guidance, and CPC contacted DCF, the FDLE said.
     Scee received no money from the couple during her fraud, the FDLE said.
     Scee turned herself in and was booked into the St. Johns County Jail on $20,000 worth of bonds as noted above, and she was released on those bonds.
     The Office of the Seventh Judicial Circuit State Attorney R.J. Larizza will prosecute this case, the FDLE said. The Seventh Judicial Circuit covers Volusia, Flagler, St. Johns, and Putnam counties.


12 days left in Stuff the Charger;
FHP Troop B welcomes donations

Stuff The Charger 2019 HardisonInk.com

By Lt. P.V. Riordan
Troop-B Public Affairs Officer
Florida Highway Patrol
Published Nov. 1, 2019 at 7:09 p.m.
     LAKE CITY –
“Twelve days left to help “Stuff the Charger” said Maj. William “Barry” Tierney Commander of Troop B of the Florida Highway Patrol.
     Major Tierney was referring to the FHP annual “Stuff the Charger” Thanksgiving Food Drive, which began on Oct. 23 and concludes on Nov. 13.
     FHP Maj. Tierney who oversees the FHP for Hamilton, Suwannee, Alachua, Dixie, Columbia, Gilchrist, Levy, Lafayette and Marion counties is inviting residential and corporate sponsors to drop off large or small food donations at their local FHP Station.
     “Our goal is to feed the hungry through our partnership with local food banks and other non-profit agencies who do this important work on a daily basis,” Tierney said.
     The following is a list of items that can be dropped off at any FHP Troop B Station located in Cross City, Lake City, Gainesville or Ocala.
     Canned Goods: canned meats (ham, chicken, tuna), canned sweet potatoes, carrots, corn, green beans, canned fruits, etc.
     Dried Goods: stuffing, boxed potatoes, rice, cornbread mix, grits and oatmeal, etc.
     Other Goods: nuts, energy bars, evaporated milk, broth, etc.


Inglis man arrested
while out on bond

Suspected Thief In Levy County HardisonInk.com

 

 


Brent A. Vaughn
Mug Shot By LCSO

 


By LCSO Lt. Scott Tummond
Published Oct. 30, 2019 at 8:09 p.m.
     BRONSON --
Brent A. Vaughn, 24, has a history with the Levy County Sheriff's Office.
     In January of this year, he was arrested by LCSO Det. Mike McNeil for a burglary at Young Boats in Inglis. He was released on his own recognizance.
     While out on bond he was arrested by LCSO Deputy Nelson Macias on Oct. 13 for driving on a suspended license during a targeted traffic enforcement effort in Inglis. Vaughn was operating an unregistered motorcycle at the time he was stopped.
     He posted his bond and went home to Inglis the following day. However, his freedom was short lived.
     On Wednesday, Oct. 23, LCSO Deputy Ryan Sullivan, who also participated in the Oct. 13 traffic enforcement effort, responded to a property located on Butler Road. Deputy Sullivan spoke to the property owner on the phone who told him the caretaker of the property reported that their gold Honda CRV Sports Utility Vehicle (SUV) they left at this summer home was missing.
     When Deputy Sullivan arrived at the home, he had to jump a locked gate to get onto the property. Deputy Sullivan saw Vaughn, whom he knew from his arrest on the 13th, attempting to attach a trailer to a Honda SUV.
     Deputy Sullivan had surprised Vaughn. When he told Vaughn to stop, Vaughn jumped into the stolen SUV and crashed through the gate fleeing from him. Vaughn was able to evade Deputy Sullivan until yesterday (Oct. 29).
     LCSO Deputy Mike Sinclair was patrolling in the area of Butler Road in Inglis when he saw Vaughn behind a home on Butler Road. Deputy Sinclair knew Vaughn was being sought by Deputies Sullivan and Macias, whose intent was to arrest him for stealing the SUV.
     Upon him seeing Deputy Sinclair, Vaughn fled on foot into a wooded area.
     Deputy Sinclair chased and apprehended Vaughn a short distance away.
When Vaughn was apprehended, he was wearing a backpack that was full of suspected stolen property. He also had gloves, a lock-pick set and other burglary tools in his pockets.
     Deputy Sinclair, aided by Deputy Macias, inventoried the backpack and the contents of Vaughn’s pockets and identified the owner of some of these stolen items. In a follow up interview with these deputies, Vaughn confessed to several burglaries in the Butler Road area of Inglis. These deputies discovered the motorcycle Vaughn was riding during his arrest on the 13th was stolen. 
     Vaughn was booked into the Levy County Jail and charged with multiple counts of burglary and grand theft in addition to other charges. Vaughn was assigned a bond of $226,000.00.
This investigation is still on-going. The Honda CRV has not been recovered and it is suspected it has been hidden somewhere in the Inglis area.
     Vaughn is suspected of committing other burglaries and thefts in the Inglis area, and additional charges could be filed at a later date. Anyone with information about the location of the stolen gold-colored Honda CRV or has information about recent unsolved burglaries is asked to call Det. Mike McNeil at 352-486-5111.

 


Lake City man arrested
after allegedly shooting
a woman in Old Town;
Second suspect arrested

By Jeff M. Hardison © Oct. 24, 2019 at 11:39 a.m.
* Updated Oct. 29, 2019 at 4:09 p.m.
      DIXIE COUNTY --
A reported shooting in Old Town Monday resulted in a 19-year-old Lake City man being arrested for aggravated battery with a deadly weapon, aggravated assault and carrying a concealed weapon, according to information in a Tuesday (Oct. 22) press release from Dixie County Sheriff's Office Maj. Scott Harden.


Dixie County Suspect HardisonInk.com
Dixie County Suspect HardisonInk.com

 


James R. Fussell
and
Anna B. Burnette

Mug Shots By DCSO

 


     Monday (Oct. 21), the DCSO was investigating a shooting scene in Old Town, Harden said.
     A call was received in reference to a shooting on Northeast 596 Avenue at 3:07 p.m., Harden said.
      When deputies arrived, they found a young female suffering from at least one gunshot wound to the back, Harden said. Witnesses reported there had been an altercation between individuals at the home and two suspects in a vehicle at the end of the driveway, Harden said.
     The two in the vehicle pulled two handguns and began to fire as the victim and witnesses fled, Harden said. The victim was treated by Dixie County Emergency Services EMS personnel on the scene, Harden said, and then she was transported to a hospital.
     A vehicle and suspect description were dispatched for law enforcement to be on the lookout, Harden said, and a short time later, the Lafayette County Sheriff’s Office located and stopped the vehicle on State Road 27 near Lafayette County Road 400 outside of Mayo.
     At this time DCSO investigators went to Lafayette County to complete their investigation, Harden said.
     After arriving in Lafayette County, investigators interviewed the additional witnesses and suspect from the vehicle, Harden said.
     Through these interviews, investigators learned that the occupants went to the residence so that the suspect, James R. Fussell, 19, of Lake City, could confront one of the residents of the property about some stolen marijuana, Harden said.
     During the confrontation, Fussell pulled out a handgun and struck a male victim in the face with the gun, Harden said.
     As this was occurring, Harden said, other individuals at the property began to approach the two. Fussell then discharged at least two rounds from the handgun before Fussell and the occupants in the vehicle fled, Harden said.
     At the conclusion of the interviews, Fussell was arrested and charged with Aggravated Battery with a Deadly Weapon, Aggravated Assault and Carrying a Concealed Weapon.
     As of Oct. 22, the female victim is still hospitalized in Gainesville, Harden said, and she is cooperating with DCSO officials. Investigators will be interviewing her at the hospital, Harden said.
*
UPDATED
     Early Monday morning (Oct. 28), another individual was arrested in connection with this incident, Maj. Harden said.
     Anna B. Burnette, 19, of Lake City, was arrested and charged with aggravated assault for her alleged actions in this incident.
    Sheriff’s investigators are continuing their investigation into this incident to determine if other charges are warranted on additional individuals involved, Maj. Harden said.

 


DCSO makes drug bust
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Lawrence Breesman IV, 52, of Old Town is seen here after being arrested by the Dixie County Sheriff's Office on Oct. 26 for three counts of selling controlled substances within 1,000 feet of a place of worship. Breesman is suspected of having sold substances to include suboxone and methamphetamine. He is currently being held in the Dixie County Jail on a $150,000 bond. Breesman is one of many suspects arrested as a suspect of violating drug laws in Dixie County. (All people suspected of crimes in the United States of America maintain a presumption of innocence until the government proves they are guilty beyond reasonable doubt.)
Published Oct. 29, 2019 at 4:09 p.m.
Information By DCSO Maj. Scott Harden

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Landlord charged
with murder of tenant


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Stanley Antony Jenson
Mug Shot By MCSO

 

 


By Cecelia Koon, MCSO Public Information Officer
Published Oct. 26, 2019 at 9:09 a.m.
     MARION COUNTY
– Today (Saturday, Oct. 26), Marion County Sheriff’s Office detectives arrested Stanley Antony Jenson, 57, for second degree murder, after they found probable cause to believe he shot one of his tenants.
     At approximately 8:30 p.m. last night (Friday, Oct. 25), MCSO deputies responded to the 2800 block of Southeast 59th Street in Ocala in reference to a shooting.
     Upon arrival, deputies found a white male, deceased inside the home, as well as Jenson, and promptly took him into custody.
     During the course of the investigation, it was determined that MCSO deputies had responded to the home multiple times that very day in reference to Jenson attempting to evict the victim. Marion County Sheriff’s Office explained the eviction process to Jenson, and instructed him not to return to the victim’s home.
     Jenson returned to the home later that evening, walking into the home, where he shot and killed the victim.
     At this time (3 a.m. on Oct. 26), the victim’s name is not being released, pending next of kin notification. Jenson was transported to the Marion County Jail where he is being held with no bond.

 


Suspected fatal hit and run
driver arrested

By Jeff M. Hardison © Oct. 17, 2019 at 10:29 a.m.
Updated Oct. 24, 2019 at 11:09 p.m.
     ALACHUA COUNTY --
Multiple leads resulted in the arrest Thursday of Brandon A. Holt, 24, of Waldo as the man suspected of driving the pickup truck that killed one teen and injured another, Florida Highway Patrol Lt. P.V. Riordan noted in a Thursday night (Oct. 24) press release.
     The incident a week ago Wednesday night (Oct. 16), led the Florida Highway Patrol to seek help from the public to find the suspected hit-and-run driver.
     The previously unknown vehicle, Lt. Riordan noted in the update, was a 1996 Ford F-250.
     On that fateful night just over a week ago, it was eastbound on Alachua County Road 346 at Southeast 58th Terrace, in Alachua County at 9 p.m. on Oct. 16, according to press releases sent on Oct. 17 by Florida Highway Patrol Sgt. Justin Smatt and FHP Lt. Riordan, based on information from crash investigator FHP Trooper J. Cabral and homicide investigator FHP Cpl. W. Bontrager.
     Two girls and a boy were walking eastbound in the westbound lanes of CR 346, the FHP said.
     For an unknown reason, the vehicle went eastbound in the westbound lanes approaching the pedestrians from the rear, the FHP said. The children were practicing correct safety as they walked toward normal oncoming traffic.
     An unknown portion of the vehicle hit the two girls, the FHP said.
     The driver stopped and stepped out of the vehicle, the FHP said. The driver was described to be a white male, who was wearing a white shirt, blue jeans, and had dirty blonde hair, the FHP said. The driver of the as-yet unidentified vehicle appeared to be in his 30s, the FHP said.
     The man reentered the vehicle and fled the scene prior to FHP arrival, the FHP said.
     Hannah L. Brown, 14, of Micanopy was pronounced dead on the scene, the FHP said. Madison H. Bass, 14, of Hawthorne was taken to UF Health at Shands Hospital in critical condition, the FHP said. Michael R. Germond, 13, of Micanopy reported no injuries, the FHP said. This crash is still under investigation.
     The general public helped the FHP locate the suspect after describing the hit-and-run vehicle to be an older model gray pickup truck with damage to the front left end and left side, the FHP said. The truck turned out to be white, Riordan noted in the most recent press release.

 


FDLE offers
Halloween safety tips

By The FDLE Office of Public Information
Published Oct. 24, 2019 at 3:09 p.m.
     TALLAHASSEE --
With Halloween festivities ramping up and countless children planning to go trick-or-treating next week, FDLE reminds families to stay safe in the coming days.
     Know where your children are, who they are with, and how to contact them. Ensure they know how to contact you as well. Make sure that young children are accompanied by a trusted adult while trick-or-treating. Set clear limits on where your children can trick-or-treat and what time they should be home.
     Download and use FDLE’s free mobile app from the App Store or the Google Play store. The app provides a number of public safety features, including the ability to search the Florida Sex Offender Registry, to see active AMBER and Missing Child Alerts, to search wanted persons and stolen vehicle information, and to submit anonymous tips about criminal activity.
     Teach your child their name, address and telephone number, and make sure they know how to call 911 in an emergency. Caution them not to give out personal information to strangers, and not to go into strangers’ houses or vehicles.
     Teach your child about traffic safety before going trick-or-treating. Walk on sidewalks if available, and only cross roads when and where it is safe to do so. The use of bright clothing and/or a flashlight is recommended to ensure maximum visibility to vehicles, especially later in the evening.
     Use caution when picking costumes for yourself or your children. Avoid masks that impair the wearer’s sight or hearing, and beware of potential tripping or snagging hazards presented by costumes with long flowing portions (capes, gowns, etc.). Also be aware that some places may have prohibitions on certain costume types or elements (e.g. masks may be prohibited at a shopping mall or a theme park).
      For additional tips on keeping your children safe, click HERE.

 


Lake City man arrested
after allegedly shooting
a woman in Old Town

By Jeff M. Hardison © Oct. 24, 2019 at 11:39 a.m.
      DIXIE COUNTY --
A reported shooting in Old Town Monday resulted in a Lake City man being arrested for aggravated battery with a deadly weapon, aggravated assault and carrying a concealed weapon, according to information in a Tuesday (Oct. 22) press release from Dixie County Sheriff's Office Maj. Scott Harden.     Monday, the DCSO was investigating a shooting scene in Old Town, Harden said.
     A call was received in reference to a shooting on Northeast 596 Avenue at 3:07 p.m., Harden said.
      When deputies arrived, they found a young female suffering from at least one gunshot wound to the back, Harden said. Witnesses reported there had been an altercation between individuals at the home and two suspects in a vehicle at the end of the driveway, Harden said.
     The two in the vehicle pulled two handguns and began to fire as the victim and witnesses fled, Harden said. The victim was treated by Dixie County Emergency Services EMS personnel on the scene, Harden said, and then she was transported to a hospital.
     A vehicle and suspect description were dispatched for law enforcement to be on the lookout, Harden said, and a short time later, the Lafayette County Sheriff’s Office located and stopped the vehicle on State Road 27 near Lafayette County Road 400 outside of Mayo.
     At this time DCSO investigators went to Lafayette County to complete their investigation, Harden said.
     After arriving in Lafayette County, investigators interviewed the additional witnesses and suspect from the vehicle, Harden said.
     Through these interviews, investigators learned that the occupants went to the residence so that the suspect, James R. Fussell, 19, of Lake City, could confront one of the residents of the property about some stolen marijuana, Harden said.
     During the confrontation, Fussell pulled out a handgun and struck a male victim in the face with the gun, Harden said.
     As this was occurring, Harden said, other individuals at the property began to approach the two. Fussell then discharged at least two rounds from the handgun before Fussell and the occupants in the vehicle fled, Harden said. 
     At the conclusion of the interviews, Fussell was arrested and charged with Aggravated Battery with a Deadly Weapon, Aggravated Assault and Carrying a Concealed Weapon. 
     As of this morning (Tuesday, Oct. 22) the female victim is still hospitalized in Gainesville, Harden said, and she is cooperating with DCSO officials. Investigators will be interviewing her at the hospital, Harden said.

 


Human remains identified
Human Remains Found In Ocala Natl Forest HardisonInk.com

 

This is a mug shot of the late Daniel Allen Jones from Nov. 6, 2014.

 



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Provided By Cecelia Koon
Public Information Officer
Marion County Sheriff’s Office
Published Oct. 23, 2019 at 5:09 p.m.
     MARION COUNTY --
On Sunday (Oct. 20), Marion County Sheriff’s Office (MCSO) deputies and detectives responded to the area of Forest Road 5 of the Ocala National Forest in reference to human remains being discovered.
     The deceased has been identified as Daniel Allen Jones, 48, of Ocala. At this time, the case is classified as a death investigation.
     Detectives are asking anyone with any information regarding this incident, or anyone who may have had contact with Jones recently, to contact the Marion County Sheriff’s Office Major Crimes Unit, at 352-369-6841. Individuals may also phone anonymous tips to the Crime Stoppers of Marion County at (352)-368-STOP or 352-368-7867. Tips may be submitted at https://ocalacrimestoppers.com/.

 


FDLE arrests
Walton County Schools
consultant for bid tampering

By FDLE Office of Public Information
Published Oct. 21, 2019 at 11:09 p.m.
     DeFUNIAK SPRINGS –
Agents with the Florida Department of Law Enforcement’s Office of Executive Investigations arrested John Bradley Hoard, 49, for bid tampering.
     Agents began their case last October at the request of the Florida Department of Education and Walton County Schools Superintendent Russell Hughes.  
     Hoard was the school board’s contracted insurance consultant and also the managing partner of an insurance sales company, which submitted a bid for the Walton County Schools telemedicine services insurance contract.
     Investigators believe Hoard used his position as a paid consultant to learn details of a telemedicine services competing bid and then changed his company’s bid after the bidding deadline. Hoard’s bid ultimately won the contract, allowing him to profit by receiving commission from every employee who requested the telemedicine services, around $1,000 a month. 
     Hoard was arrested today (Monday, Oct. 21) and booked into the Leon County Jail. The Office of First Judicial Circuit State Attorney William “Bill” Eddins is currently scheduled to prosecute this case.

 


Hazard lights draw attention;
Drug arrest results
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Christine Craig
Mug Shot By DCSO

 

 


By Jeff M. Hardison
© Oct. 21, 2019 at 4:39 p.m.
     DIXIE COUNTY –
Some people call them “four ways.” Some people call them “hazard lights.”
     No matter what they are called, those blinking lights are built to draw attention to vehicles.
     A traffic stop on Saturday night (Oct. 19), resulted in the arrest of a passenger in the vehicle, Dixie County Sheriff’s Office Maj. Scott Harden said in a press release Monday morning (Oct. 21). 
     Christine Craig, 48, of Cross City, was arrested after the deputy found reason to believe Craig was in possession of methamphetamine, Harden said.
     The traffic stop originated when the deputy saw the vehicle driving with its hazard lights on, Harden said. When the deputy got behind the vehicle, Harden said, he discovered the vehicle’s registration had expired and conducted the traffic stop.

 


Renter suspected of stealing
from landlord and selling
to other unsuspecting victims

Suspected thief from Dixie County HardisonInk.com

 

 


Sheila M. Higdon
Mug Shot By DCSO

 


By Jeff M. Hardison
© Oct. 21, 2019 at 4:19 p.m.
     DIXIE COUNTY –
 
A 39-year-old woman from Old Town was arrested as a suspected thief Friday (Oct. 18) after a Sunday (Oct. 13) report of theft and sale of property, according to information in an Oct. 21 press release from Dixie County Sheriff’s Office Maj. Scott Harden.
     Sheila M. Higdon, 39, of Old Town is in the Dixie County Jail in lieu of $60,000 worth of bonds, Maj. Harden said, after being arrested and charged with dealing in stolen property, burglary of a dwelling and two counts of grand theft.
     On Oct. 13, the Sheriff’s Office received a call from a victim of a theft and sale of property, Harden said.
     DCSO investigators found that Higdon rented an apartment from one of the victims in the case, Harden said.
     Higdon’s apartment is connected to the main residence of the victim, Harden said. Higdon reportedly stole household items and jewelry from the victim landlord, Harden said, and sold these items to other unsuspecting victims.
     Several of the stolen items have been located and linked to Higdon, Harden added.
     On Oct. 18, was arrested, charged and booked into the Dixie County Jail, Harden said.

 


Man held on $1.25 million bond
after alleged shooting incident

By Shelbie Hutto, Finance Assistant
Gilchrist County Sheriff’s Office
Provided and Published Oct. 21, 2019 at 4:09 p.m.
     GILCHRIST COUNTY --
On Oct. 15 at approximately 3:45 p.m., GCSO deputies responded to 6929 N.E. 32nd Place, High Springs, as the result of reports of a person being shot.
     With the help of GCSO investigators, it was determined that a disturbance occurred that ended with Jared Philman 44, shooting his girlfriend's son, Alan Manning, 25, with a 9mm handgun.
      Manning was transported to the hospital in serious condition. Philman was arrested for aggravated battery with a deadly weapon, aggravated assault with a deadly weapon, and possession of a firearm by a convicted felon.
     Bond was set at $1.25 million by Gilchrist County Court Judge Sheree H. Lancaster.

 


Woman allegedly
shoots at deputy;

Caller helps authorities capture suspect
Marion County Sheriff's Office Cruiser Bullet Hole HardisonInk.com
This bullet hole (seen below the inner right arm of the star of the MCSO logo) is some of the evidence that a woman who was later captured is the person who shot the weapon leaving that damage on the MCSO cruiser.

Photo Provided By MCSO Public Information Officer Cecelia Koon.

By Jeff M. Hardison © Oct. 21, 2019 at 9:09 a.m.
     MARION COUNTY --
A 43-year-old woman reportedly fired at a deputy with the Marion County Sheriff's Office on Sunday (Oct. 20) and was captured later, thanks to help from a member of the general public, according to information in a media release from MCSO Public Information Officer Cecelia Koon.

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Rachel Yvonne Baggs
Mug Shot By MCSO


 


     Rachel Yvonne Baggs, 43, of Palatka (Putnam County) is charged with two counts of assault on a law enforcement officer, use of a firearm during the commission of a felony, resisting an officer without violence and fleeing a law enforcement officer at a high speed, according to records.
     The total bond amount for those four felonies and one misdemeanor is $36,000, according to records.
     On Sunday, the Marion County Sheriff’s Office received a call for service from the Putnam County Sheriff’s Office regarding a stolen vehicle that was fleeing into Marion County, Koon said.
     MCSO deputies located the suspect vehicle and attempted a felony stop, Koon said. At that time, Baggs fled from the vehicle and shot at deputies, striking MCSO Deputy Daniel Luiken’s patrol car, Koon said.
     Marion County deputies, assisted by officers from the Alachua County Sheriff’s Office, Putnam County Sheriff’s Office, Florida Fish and Wildlife Conservation Commission, Florida Highway Patrol and Florida Department of Corrections, began an extensive search for the suspect, Koon said.
     Baggs was located and taken into custody after an individual called 9-1-1 to report that there was a woman hiding under her porch, asking for help, Koon said. The suspect was transported to a local hospital in reference to an injury that is not believed to have been sustained during the incident in Marion County, Koon said.
     No deputies were injured, Koon said.

 


FDLE Genetic Genealogy
Investigations program
solves cold cases in first year

By FDLE Office of Public Information
Published Oct. 14, 2019 at 10:09 p.m.
     ORLANDO –
FDLE’s Genetic Genealogy Investigations program is one year old this month.
     During that time, four suspects have been identified using the power of genetic genealogy, solving cases that are more than a decade old.
     “One year ago, FDLE created its genetic genealogy investigations program to help law enforcement agencies solve cold case homicides and sexual assaults,” said FDLE Commissioner Rick Swearingen. “Today, Florida is a national leader in using genetic genealogy as an investigative tool.”
     “Florida is unique to have a genetic genealogy team at the state level,” said FDLE Chief of Forensic Services Lori Napolitano. “Our team continues to move forward on additional cases statewide, so I know you’ll be hearing more success stories from us.”
     “With Lori Napolitano at the helm, FDLE has established one of the most effective investigative genetic genealogy units in the country,” said Parabon NanoLabs CEO Steve Armentrout. “FDLE leadership deserves recognition for providing these new investigative capabilities to law enforcement agencies throughout Florida.  Parabon is proud to collaborate with Lori and her team on these investigations.  Through our combined efforts and the dedicated investigators we serve, we are bringing justice to cases that may otherwise have never been solved.”
     “I am proud that the state where GEDmatch was founded and is located is a state that is a leader in proper utilization of this revolutionary technology for law enforcement,” said GEDmatch Co-founder Curtis Rogers.  “Not only has FDLE used advanced genetic techniques to catch vicious criminals, they are also in the forefront of implementing standards to protect against its improper use.”
     “The sheriffs of Florida applaud the work being done on genetic genealogy to help us solve serious crimes, such as murder and rape,” said Florida Sheriffs Association President and Pinellas County Sheriff Bob Gualtieri. “The public plays an important role in building this database. Together, we will have breakthrough tools to help us catch criminals and bring them to justice.”
     “This is an incredible investigative tool that is helping law enforcement take dangerous criminals off our streets,” said Florida Police Chiefs Association President and Temple Terrace Police Chief Kenneth Albano.  “Using genetic genealogy will stop these cold case killers from continuing to prey on our communities.”


Background and how you can help
     Genetic genealogy provides leads to investigators based on DNA matches to relatives found in public genealogy databases. Florida’s team includes experts in genetic genealogy, analytical research, forensics and investigations who work with local agencies. FDLE partners with Parabon Nanolabs, who conducts the testing and often the initial genetic genealogy work.
     Our success depends on information found in public genealogy databases. If you have had your DNA analyzed, please consider uploading it to GEDmatch and “opt-in” for law enforcement matching. Today, there are more than 140,000 people who have chosen to “opt-in” for law enforcement matching.      This service is free. https://www.gedmatch.com/login1.php
     The use of genetic genealogy helps make Florida safer by providing leads that result in the arrest of suspects in cold case homicides and sexual assaults and taking them out of our Florida neighborhoods and communities. This can also bring long-awaited answers and much-needed relief to victims and their families, as can be seen in this video posted on the GEDmatch website, by clicking HERE.

 


 

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DWLSR - Driving While License Suspended or Revoked
RWOV - Resisting Arrest Without Violence
Poss. - Possession
VOP - Violation of Probation
FTA - Failure to Appear
ROR - Released on their Own Recognizance


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Following are some common abbreviations:

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


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