April 24th-26th Arrest Reports, Hernando County Sheriff's Office

Submitted by admin on Mon, 04/27/2015 - 7:57pm

DISCLAIMER: All defendants are innocent until proven guilty in a court of law.

MERCED, MICHAEL, 25, of Spring Hill was arrested for domestic battery and given a court date 05/20/2015 and held on a no bond status. He was arrested at 175 Arkays Ave. in Spring Hill.

GAGLIANO, JOHN ANTHONY “Gagliana”, 22, of Spring Hill was charged with domestic battery and taken to Hernando County Jail. He was given a court date of 05202015, at 0930 hours in Courtroom B. He was arrested on 04/24/2015, 10:30am at 3191 DELTONA BLVD, SPRING HILL, FL, 34606

Sheriff Warns Citizens of New Scam

Submitted by admin on Tue, 03/10/2015 - 9:54am

by Denise M. Moloney, Hernando County Sheriff's Office

Sheriff Al Nienhuis is warning citizens of yet another scam involving Citi Bank customers. Customers may first receive a telephone call from “Citi Bank” advising that their Citi Bank account is past due. This call is a pre-recorded message and asks the customer to verify the card number, along with other personal information.

Man Makes 106 Fraudulent Purchases, Turns Himself In

Hernando County Sheriff's Office

On 12-30-14, Joan Heward reported that after checking the balance on her Wells Fargo company checking account, she discovered numerous unauthorized transactions. The
unauthorized transactions totaled over $9,000. All of the transactions appeared to have occurred over the internet and none were authorized by Heward or any other account holder. The debit card used to make each transaction was in Heward’s name.

Detectives Investigate Early Morning Shooting Incident

Hernando County Sheriff's Office

On January 23, 2015, at approximately 2:35 a.m., the Hernando County Sheriff’s Office received a teletype message from the Citrus County Sheriff’s Office regarding a shooting that had occurred in Citrus County. The teletype message requested that Hernando County deputies attempt to locate an individual that may have knowledge of and/or been involved in the

New York Jane Doe of at least 35 years identified as Brooksville teen

Hernando County Sheriff's Office

On 08-14-14, Laurel Nowell, of Apache Junction, Ariz., called the Hernando County Sheriff’s Office to report former classmate and friend, Tammy Jo Alexander W/F DOB 11/02/1963, as missing. Nowell said Alexander, who attended Hernando High School, went missing sometime between 1977 and 1979.

Alexander’s family never reported her as a missing person to any law enforcement agency. Investigators made contact with Sharen Nelson, Alexander’s stepsister, who lives in
Lakeland, and confirmed Alexander was missing and that the family had never reported it to authorities.


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