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July 28, 2017 - 09:58

(An arrest is not a conviction)

Defendant Pulled Over Then Sped Off When Officer Exited His Vehicle

YOB: 1999
Arrested on 07/14/2017 19:05 405 BROAD ST, MASARYKTOWN

Arrest Summary Excerpt: “On 07142017 the defendant took the victim’s spare set of keys and then left the residence in the victim’s 2016 Dodge Ram 1500 ($25,000.00) bearing FL tag #DV447OF, without the permission of the victim. The victim made numerous attempts to contact the defendant which yielded negative results.
The defendant was located operating the aforementioned vehicle at the intersection of Irving Street and Barclay Avenue.

The defendant turned southbound onto Barclay Avenue. I made a U-Turn and observed the defendant accelerate and travel at a high rate of speed. I was able to catch up with the defendant and activated my emergency lights and equipment and initiated a traffic stop.

The defendant pulled the truck over on the west side of Barclay Avenue in front of the Silverthorne community. I pulled my patrol vehicle behind hers and began to exit my patrol vehicle. The defendant then sped away southbound on Barclay Avenue weaving in and out of and driving against the flow of traffic. The defendant was last seen driving eastbound on Powell Road towards Broad Street.

The defendant was later apprehended in the area of 405 Broad Street and transported to the Hernando County Jail without incident and held on a $10,000.00 bond.”

Pawning the Contents of A Stolen Safe

YOB: 1965
Arrested on 07/14/2017 12:30 5115 ORLANDO AVE, BROOKSVILLE

Arrest Summary Excerpt: “On 07062017 responded to the Hernando County Jail and conducted a post Miranda interview with Ashley during which she advised John told her he was going to steal her aunt’s, safe, but she thought he was joking. Ashley further advised after the theft of the safe she gathered John’s belongings from the residence her aunt’s residence and brought them to the residence at 13121 Crowell Road where upon arriving she observed John in the driveway of the residence with Debra’s safe which he had already opened. Ashley did state she knew the safe was Debra’s and she observed John remove the contents of the safe as well as several prescription medications. Ashley advised she received 10 OxyContin and 5 Oxycodone from the safe. Ashley claimed John left the residence on Crowell Road with two subjects named Lynn and Mark, who were later identified as Lynn McCarthy and the defendant.

A query via the FA ps transaction (ticket: 18973) on O6202017 for here the defendant received $10.00 Photographs were taken of the items sold in the transactions by the defendant which were then shown to the victim who positively identified the ___ as hers.

On 07.132017 responded to 5115 Orlando Avenue where I made contact with the defendant. In a noncustodial interview the defendant advised John Ayen had come to his residence advising he and Ashley had just stolen her aunt’s safe. The defendant advised John had a bag containing several ___ which he (the defendant) and Lynn later pawned at several different pawn shops within Hernando County; the defendant provided a sworn written statement to these events.

On O7/14/2017 the defendant was placed under arrest and transported to the Hernando County Jail where he was held on a $4,000.00 bond.”

He Only Removed the Items from the Residence, Due to it Being a High Crime Area

YOB: 1951
Arrested on 07/15/2017 02:34 7281 THURSTON ST, BROOKSVILLE

Arrest Summary Excerpt: “On 07142017 at approximately 1859 hours affiant was dispatched to 7273 Thurston Street in Week Wachee, FL in reference to a residential burglary. Barry Wyatt Jr. advised he is currently renting this residence with his girlfriend, Skylar Goodworth. They both advised they observed 2 smart televisions, multiple furniture items, such as a table, entertainment center, 6 wooden chairs and a roll up table were missing. Barry observed the back door to the residence to be open. Barry advised that he observed the furniture items to be in the backyard of the residence located at 7281 Thurston Street in Weeki Wachee, FL. Barry advised that when he made contact with the homeowner, who is the defendant, the defendant stated that he took the items for safekeeping and then fled the area for law enforcement’s arrival.

Several hours later contact was made with the defendant, Detective Cooper and at 7281 Thurston Street. During a recorded interview, the defendant admitted to entering the residence and removing the chairs while directing his friends to remove other items from the residence.

The defendant stated he takes full responsibility and that he only removed the items from the residence, so they were safe due to the residential street being a high-crime area.

The defendant was then placed into custody for burglary of a dwelling and transported to the Hernando County Detention Center Without incident.

The defendant was placed on a $10,000.00 bond in accordance to the bond schedule and a court date of 08142017 at 0900 hours in Court Room E.”

“Oh, I forgot I had that in there.”

YOB: 1983

Arrest Summary Excerpt: “On 07/15/2017, observed a green two-door Pontiac traveling north on Commercial Way in Weeki Wachee, Florida. I observed the vehicle to have improper working tag lights as they were so dull they did not illuminate the tag. I conducted a traffic stop of the vehicle due not to being able to read the tag. It should be noted even as I approached the vehicle on foot was still unable to determine if the tag lights were actually on or broken until I checked when I got to the back of the vehicle.
Upon making contact with driver/defendant (Amy Marie Freid) she appeared very nervous as her speech was very rapid and she was stumbling on her words. The defendant was also sweating profusely. The driver identified herself Amy Marie Freid and produced a valid Florida driver’s license.

A search through FCIC/NCIC revealed the defendant did indeed have a valid driver’s license.

I asked the defendant if she had any weapons in the car to which she replied no. I then asked the defendant if she had any illegal drugs in the car to which she also replied no. I asked the defendant if I could search the vehicle for any illegal drugs to which she replied, “sure, go ahead”. The defendant then consented to a search of the vehicle.
A search of the vehicle yielded a black purse sitting on the driver’s seat where the defendant was sitting. The defendant stated that it was her purse. Inside of the purse 1 glass smoking pipe containing a crystal like substance, 2 plastic baggies containing a crystal like substance, a blue straw containing a crystal like substance, a wooden smoking pipe containing a burnt green leafy substance and a plastic baggie containing a green leafy substance were found. Inside of the trunk of the vehicle 2 more glass smoking pipes containing a crystal like substance were found. A search of the defendant yielded a glass smoking pipe containing a crystal like substance as well.

The defendant spontaneously uttered, “Oh, I forgot I had that in there”. The defendant also stated she had smoked methamphetamine earlier in the day.

The first plastic baggie containing a crystal like substance tested positive for methamphetamine using NARCO test pouch 923. The second plastic baggie containing a crystal like substance tested positive for methamphetamine using NARCO test pouch 923. The blue straw containing a crystal like substance tested positive for methamphetamine using NARCO test pouch 923. All 4 glass smoking pipes containing a crystal like substance tested positive for methamphetamine using separate NARCO test pouches 923. The plastic baggie containing a green leafy substance tested positive for THC using NARCO test kit 7608. The wooden smoking pipe containing a green leafy substance tested positive for THC using NARCO test kit 7608.

All of the items were weighed using scale model C305-P at the Hernando County Detention Center. The first plastic baggie containing methamphetamine had a total weight of 0.4 grams; the second plastic baggie containing methamphetamine had a total weight of 0.3 grams; the marijuana had a total weight of 0.1 grams.

The defendant was taken into custody and transported to the Hernando County Jail without incident. The defendant is currently being held on $2,000.00 bond per the bond schedule for Possession of Methamphetamine, $1,000.00 bond per the bond schedule for Possession of Cannabis Under 20 grams and $1,000.00 bond per the bond schedule for Possession of Paraphernalia for a total bond of $4,000.00 per the bond schedule. The defendant has a felony arraignment date of 08/14/17 at 0830 hours in courtroom E of the Hernando County Court House located at 20 N Main St, Brooksville, FL 34601.”

Screaming that a Woman Had Hit Her and that she was “Going to Beat Her @ss”

YOB: 1981
Arrested on 07/15/2017 01:50 5431 SPRINGHILL DR, SPRINGHILL

Arrest Summary Excerpt: “On July 15, 2017 at approximately 01:35 hours, 911 calls came into Hernando County Sheriff reference a large fight in the parking lot of the Sunset Lounge located at 5431 Spring Hill Drive, Spring Hill, Florida.

I arrived with other deputies and Sgt. Hillman. Upon arrival, located a WM face down in the parking lot, unconscious and bleeding. The scene was chaotic, due to people running away from the scene.

Sgt. Hillman ordered a woman, later identified as Theresa Ellis, to stop and she did initially. She was screaming that a woman had hit her and that she was “going to beat her @ss.” Sgt. Hillman was attempting to restrain the defendant, until the scene was under control and Theresa was refusing to remain, on scene.

After multiple orders to stay at the location, she was placed in handcuffs and ordered to sit down. She continued to be belligerent and scream about a woman hitting her. She was explained that if she did not calm down, she would be arrested for disorderly intoxication. She refused to remain calm, at the scene and continued to scream and yell at, on scene deputies.

I then placed the defendant under arrest for the charge of Disorderly Conduct.

I transported the defendant to the Hernando county Jail. Once at the jail, the defendant entered through the two security doors and was standing at the Booking Desk. She was being patted down by Deputy Mariano, who found a green disposable lighter in her left bra cup. While removing the lighter Deputy Mariano observed several white pills in the same location within the left bra cup. Deputy Mariano removed three and one half white oval tablet with the imprint of A332. later used Drugs.com and found that the pills were 325 mg/7.5 mg of Acetaminophen and Oxycodone Hydrochloride a schedule 2 controlled substance.

The defendant was booked for the original disorderly conduct and introduction of/or possession of contraband within a county detention center. She was given a court date of 08/14/17 at 08:30 hours, in Courtroom E. She was given a bond of $500 for the Disorderly conduct and $2,000.00 for the introduction of contraband charge, for a total bond of $2,500.00.”

Have Been In a Relationship Since They Were in the 7th Grade.

YOB: 1996
Arrested on 07/15/2017 09:41 12351 CORONADO DR, SPRING HILL

Arrest Summary Excerpt: “The victim and defendant have been dating and in a relationship since they were in the 7th grade. The victim and defendant live together at the above location and have been intimate, thus the charges are defined as domestic violence.

The victim alleges a long history of verbal and physical abuse from the defendant. The victim left the defendant at a strip club. The victim returned home and knew her actions by doing this would cause the defendant to become volatile and violent to her. The victim advised she has received prior beatings from the defendant when she makes him mad.

The victim advised she locked her bedroom door and the defendant forced his way inside and choked her. The victim advised this is what woke her up. The victim advised her breathing was not impeded. The victim advised the defendant ransacked and destroyed the bedroom. The victim advised she exited from the bedroom and entered the living room. The defendant exited from the bedroom and came after her yelling at her. The victim advised the defendant picked up a coffee machine and threw it at her. The victim advised she ran to get her phone and then entered a bedroom where she called 911 and she informed roommate, Steven Collyer Sr., that the defendant choked her and was out of control.

The victim advised the defendant’s anger, aggression, and history of violence toward her along with throwing the coffee machine at her, placed her in fear that the violence was not only being carried out but it remained imminent, thus prompting assistance from law enforcement.

The following parties were witnesses to the defendant’s anger and aggression and not to the actual battery: Steven Collyer Sr., Steven Collyer Jr. and Tristian Augustano. Steven Sr. was the only party whom the victim immediately told that she was battered. All provided sworn written statements. The destruction that occurred inside of the home was photographed. The victim had no marks or injuries.

The defendant was arrested informed of his charges and transported to the Hernando County Jail. No bond was issued per the domestic violence charge. Next court date is set for 08/09/2017 at 0900hrs.”

Domestic Battery at the Roller Rink

YOB: 1986

Arrested on 07/15/2017 1946 4131 MAYO ST, BROOKSVILLE
Arrest Summary Excerpt: “On O7/15/2017, the defendant, Cleveland Brandon White, was waiting for the victim at 1125 W Jefferson Street, Rainbow Roller Rink. When the victim, Amber Dawn Homer, who is in romantic relationship with the defendant for three years, arrived to drop off her nephew. The victim entered the roller rink with her nephew, at which time the defendant, entered the victim’s vehicle. It should be noted that the victim’s three year old cousin, was restrained within the rear seat. The defendant removed the victim’s cellphone from the vehicle. The victim exited the roller rink, walking to the vehicle and opened the driver’s side door. The defendant approached the victim, in an aggressive manner, and a verbal altercation ensued.

The defendant with his left hand, struck the victim, on the right side of her head.

The Victim then left the scene.

It should be noted that the entire incident was captured on video surveillance.

The defendant later made contact with the victim, at a fitness center and when he made contact, the defendant, threw the victim’s phone at her. This struck the victim in the chest. The victim had been unaware, until this moment that her phone had been taken.

There were no injuries observed on the victim, in relation to the two batteries.

When contact was made with the defendant, he advised that there was no physical contact between he and the victim.

The defendant was taken into custody and charged with two counts domestic battery and one count vehicle burglary. He was transported to the Hernando County Jail without incident.

The defendant was given a court date of 08/09/2017 at 0900 hours in Courtroom B. The defendant is being held on a $2,000.00 for count one; vehicle burglary and a no bond status on two counts of domestic battery.”

Trespassed Due To Mowing Neighbors Lawn Without Permission

YOB: 1960
Arrested on 07/16/2017 13:44 Location Withheld

Arrest Summary Excerpt: “On 7/16/2017 Law Enforcement was dispatched to the residence of in reference to a trespass. Contact was made with residential complainant (Patricia Fryzel) who advised that her neighbor, the defendant (James Smith), had shown up at the above mentioned location, cut her lawn without permission and when he was approached by the complainant, began to yell and threaten her. The complainant advised that she wanted the defendant trespassed.

Contact was made with the defendant while he was standing on the front lawn of the complainant’s lawn. I asked if he was given permission to cut his neighbor’s, the complainant’s, lawn and he said no. The defendant than began to try to explain himself but he was mumbling and making rambling statements. I advised the defendant that he was trespassed from the complainant’s property/residence and not to return unless the complainant rescinds the trespass warning. The defendant understood what had told him and he then vacated from the property.

I then returned to my marked patrol vehicle that was parked in front of the complaint’s residence to conduct some administrative details pertain to this trespass order when I observed the defendant returning back onto the property of the complainant’s and walking to the front door. I then approached the defendant and asked him why he had returned to the property after had given him a trespass warning and he advised that he wanted to apologize to the complainant.
Therefore probable cause was established for the arrest of the defendant for said offense.

then place the defendant in custody and arrested him for said offense.

The defendant was given a court date for 08/09/2017 courtroom B at 0900 AM and given a $1000.00 bail.”