PASTORELLI, FRANK DANIEL
WM 600 200 BLN BLU
Arrested on 03/07/2017, 12:56
Arrest Location 19572 PHILLIPS RD, BROOKSVILLE, FL
Charges: AGG ASSAULT, POSS OF MARIJUANA
Excerpt: “On 03-07-17, I responded to 19572 Phillips Rd, Brooksville, in reference to an assault. Upon arrival, contact was made with the victim, Melvin Ghezzi. The victim stated that his daughter’s boyfriend, the defendant, Frank Pastorelli, was driving down the driveway in a hurry with the victim’s daughter chasing after the vehicle. The victim came outside to see if everything was okay. The defendant then started cursing at the victim and threatening to beat him up. The defendant then threw a small pipe at the victim and then went back towards his residence. The victim then went to restrain his daughter at which time the defendant came outside of his home holding a dark colored rifle. The victim stated that the defendant stood outside of his home and pointed the firearm at the victim. The victim stated he was in fear that the defendant was going to shoot him. I made contact with multiple independent witnesses that also stated that the defendant pointed the firearm at the victim.
I then made contact with the defendant. The defendant stated that the he and the victim got into a verbal altercation. The defendant stated that the victim was holding his hand behind his back like he had a weapon. The defendant stated that he never saw a weapon displayed by the victim. The defendant advised that he then went into his home and grabbed his rifle (green colored Ruger .22 caliber rifle). The defendant stated he stood on his lanai with the rifle and stated “I have a gun too” and pointed the rifle in the air. The defendant was taken into custody and was found with a small baggie containing a green leafy like substance in his pocket. The substance was field tested (Reagent 7609) and tested positive for marijuana. The total weight of the substance was 0.4 grams.
The defendant was transported to the Hernando County Jail without incident. The defendant was charged with Aggravated Assault with a Deadly Weapon and Possession of Cannabis less than 20 grams. The defendant was issued a total bond amount of $3,000.00 and given a court date of 4-4-17 at 0900 hours in room D of the Hernando County Courthouse.”
WF 506 119 BRO BRO, Tribal tattoo
Arrested 03/07/2017, 12:55 at 19572 PHILLIPS RD, BROOKSVILLE, FL, 34604
Charges: DOMESTIC BATTERY
Excerpt: “On 03-07-17, I responded to 19572 Phillips Rd, Brooksville, in reference to a Battery. Upon arrival, contact was made with the victim, Frank Pastorelli. The victim stated that his live-in girlfriend, the defendant, Liz Ghezzi, and he got into a verbal altercation. The victim stated that he tried to leave the house at which time the defendant tried to stop him from leaving. The defendant started hitting the victim with her hands and then bit him on his nose. The victim had wounds consistent with his statement.
Contact was then made with the defendant. The defendant stated that she tried to stop the victim from leaving. The defendant stated she tried to stop him by any means necessary and was trying to restrain him with her hands. The defendant stated that she was at fault and put her hands on the victim.
The defendant was taken into custody and transported to the Hernando County Jail. The defendant was charged with Domestic Battery and issued no bond. The defendant was given a court date of 4-5-17 at 0900 hours in room C of the Hernando County Courthouse.”
FILLIPPOU, MICHAEL DIMITRIOS
WM 600 160 BLN HAZ Mailing Address
Arrested 03/07/2017, 22:59 at COMMERCIAL WAY & CORTEZ BLVD, BROOKSVILLE
Charges: POSSESSION OF A CONTROLLED SUBSTANCE, POSS OF MARIJUANA, POSSESSION DRUG PARAPHERNALIA
Excerpt: “To wit; Contact was made with the defendant at the intersection of Cortez Boulevard on Commercial Way, Weeki Wachee, Hernando County, FL. The Hernando County Sheriff’s Office's Communication section received multiple calls about a black four door Cadillac being stopped in the turn lane to turn from northbound Commercial Way onto eastbound Cortez Boulevard and the driver was passed out behind the wheel of the car. Upon arrival, I observed Hernando County Fire Rescue personnel speaking with the defendant, who was seated in the driver seat and was the only occupant of the vehicle. I observed the 2004 Cadillac to be bearing FL tag 7105VR, running, and parked in the travel lane. As Affiant stood near the driver door, Affiant smelled the odor of burnt marijuana coming from the vehicle. Affiant then asked the defendant how long ago he had smoked marijuana and the defendant advised about two (2) hours ago he smoked a “blunt” (marijuana cigarette). Affiant then told the defendant to exit the vehicle, as Affiant would be searching the vehicle for illegal narcotics. The defendant turned off the vehicle and did exit the vehicle.
Affiant did locate a red and white Swisher Sweets cigarillo package in the center console which contained two cigarillos, both of which contained a green leafy substance. One of the cigarillos was tested and the green leafy substance did field test positive as Marijuana utilizing NarcoTest number 7608. A silver with white tip smoking device was located in the ash tray under the center of the dash. Said smoking device had a clear reservoir which contained a thick brown liquid. The brown liquid presumptively tested positive as Hashish utilizing NarcoTest numbers 7608 and 7609. Another Swisher Sweets cigarillo package was located on the driver side rear passenger floorboard, and said package contained a single cigarillo which contained a green leafy substance. This green leafy substance field tested positive as Marijuana utilizing NarcoTest number 7608.
The defendant was placed into custody and was transported to the Hernando county Detention Center, where he is being held on a $1,000.00 for Possession of Marijuana less than 20 grams, $2,000.00 bond for Possession of Hashish, and $1,000.00 bond for Possession of Drug Paraphernalia (the packaging of the previous listed illegal narcotics). The defendant’s vehicle was towed to Dun Romin’s impound lot and the defendant was provided a copy of the tow sheet.
The defendant was issued uniform traffic citation number A7EFYRE for violation of F.S.S. chapter 893.13.
The defendant was assigned a court date of 04/04/2017 at 0900 hours in Courtroom “D”.”
WILLARD, BRADLY RAY
WM 602 200 BRO BRO
Arrested 03/08/2017, 18:05 at 3101 AERIAL WAY, BROOKSVILLE, FL, 34604
Charges: RETAIL THEFT (SHOPLIFTING)
Excerpt: “On 03/08/2017 I responded to Target in reference to a shoplifter in custody. Upon arrival store security, Joseph Tria, stated Brad Willard entered the store going to the infant / baby area, placed a Graco Jogger in the shopping cart and went up to the service desk, asking to return it. When they stated he needed a receipt he exited the service area with the shopping cart and jogger and exited the store. Joseph Tria stopped him as he exited the doors where Brad Willard voluntarily came back into the store and awaited law enforcement's arrival.
Upon reading Brad Willard's Miranda Warning via card, he stated the following. He was traveling to Inverness to meet up with a business associate who was going to buy his vehicle from him in Inverness. He stopped at this Target store, removing the stroller from the shelf, taking it to the service desk, asking the clerk if he could return a previously purchased stroller similar to this one, but more expensive and trade it for the one he took off the shelf. The female told him he needed to produce a receipt and the stroller he was going to return, at which time he stated his wife had both of them and she was in Tarpon Springs. He then backed the cart out, walked out the store with the shopping cart and the stroller, stating he would look in his vehicle for the receipt. I then asked if he had the stroller with him and he stated, no, he was going to call his wife and have her meet him at the store. I asked if he did not have the receipt, nor the product, how did he plan on returning it. He said he was going to call his wife and have her bring it to him. He said, "I just walked out with this one on accident." I then asked if he did not have the receipt, nor the product in his car why would he stop and attempt to exchange something if he did not have the product. He stated he thought he would be able to hold onto this one until he returned the other one. I advised him that contradicted his last statement and he just kept repeating, "I wasn't trying to steal it."
Brad Willard was placed under arrest for retail theft and transported to the Hernando County Jail without incident and held on a $1,000 bond.”
SAMBURGH, JAIMIE RENEE
YOB 1971 F | W | 502 | 145
Arrested 03/10/2017 08:39 at 7427 LYKES DUBLIN RD, BROOKSVILLE
Charges: Criminal Mischief (Bond $500), Throwing a deadly missile at/within/in a building (Bond $2,000.00)
Summary: Jaimie Samburgh came to the residence of victim Steven Harper on Thurs. 3/9/17 at approximately 1950 hours. Harper said that Samburgh was screaming and acting irrationally. She swung her purse into a window of the home and broke it. Samburgh told the responding officer that she did not think it was going to break. The next morning, she came back to the residence and was again screaming and acting irrationally according to victim Steven Harper. Harper told the officer that Samburgh came up to the home and threw a “large cement brick” through a different window of the home. The officer stated in his report, “The window in question had a piece of cardboard in it instead of glass. The cardboard had been ripped in half and I observed the large square shaped cement brick lying on the inside of the bedroom to the home. The brick was right by the window on the floor as if it had been thrown through the window.” Samburgh denied throwing anything through that window although she admitted to breaking the other window with her purse. The officer stated that she changed her story multiple times.
QUILES, NINA MARIE
YOB 1982 || F || W || 505 | 230 || BRO BRO
Tattoo VICIOUS VIXEN
Arrested 03/11/2017 at 1485 COMMERCIAL WAY, SPRING HILL
Charges: POSS OF METHAMPHETAMINE, POSS OF DRUG PARAPHERNALIA, RETAIL THEFT SHOPLIFTING, TRESPASS IN STRUCTURE CONVEY
Excerpt: “Loss prevention employee William D... observed the defendant Nina Quiles select a ‘Pixma' ink cartridge and a ‘Belkin" cell phone charging cable off of the shelves and continued to shop. William advised that he immediately recognized the defendant from a previous retail theft, in which she was arrested and trespassed from the property.
William advised that the defendant then selected a "GoPro" product and responded to the automotive register of the store. William advised that the defendant did pay for the "GoPro" item but neglected to pay for the ink cartridge and charger. William then observed the defendant respond to the fabric aisle, at which time she concealed the cellphone charger and ink cartridge in her purse. William advised that the defendant then selected a jewelry item and an additional ink cartridge item and paid for both of them at the automotive register. William advised that the defendant still neglected to pay for the concealed ink cartridge and charger which were both still in her purse. The defendant then exited the store via the automotive exit and passed all points of sale without the attempt to pay for the concealed items. William then identified himself as Loss Prevention. I then observed William confront the defendant, in reference to the stolen concealed items, at which time she advised that she had a receipt for one of the ink cartridges. William then questioned her about the concealed ink cartridge and the charger.
The defendant stated nothing, and handed them over to him. The total amount of merchandise stolen was $42.41.
Post Miranda the defendant chose to invoke her rights, and did not wish to speak to me.
As I placed her under arrest, the defendant was found to be in possession of two clear blue containers which contained a white colored crystal-like substance. Using NARCO test #7623, the crystal-like substance field tested positive for methamphetamine. The first blue container containing the methamphetamine weighed in at 21 grams (in the container) per OHAUS scale (serial #23392). The second blue container containing the methamphetamine weighed in at 19.9 grams (in the container) per OHAUS scale (serial #23392).
The defendant was also found to be in possession of 46 clear plastic baggies which were located right next to the crystal methamphetamine in her purse. Two of the plastic baggies contained white crystal-like residue in the bottom of them. Via NARCO test #7623, these baggies also tested positive for the presence of methamphetamine. Based on my training and experience then recognized the multiple plastic baggies coupled with the methamphetamine to be indicative of the defendant's intention to sell andlor distribute the narcotic.
Via ACISS the defendant was placed under arrest on 119115 at this Walmart location by our agency and trespassed from the property for retail theft. The defendant knowingly trespassed onto this location after the previous incident on 119115.
The defendant was then placed under arrest and transported to the Hernando County Jail without incident. The defendant is currently being held on a $7,500 bond, per the bond schedule. The defendant was given a felony court date of 414117 court room D, at 0900 hours.”