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August 21, 2017 - 08:50

Threw a bladed bakery tool at her Co-Worker Because She Used a Table For Wrapping Bread

YOB: 1984
Arrested on 08/09/2017 12:54 1485 COMMERCIAL WAY, SPRING HILL

Arrest Summary Excerpt: “On 08/09/2017 I was dispatched to the Walmart located at 1485 Commercial Way, Spring Hill, FL 34606, in reference to an Aggravated Assault.
Upon arrival I made contact with Genesis Rolan who advised she was in a verbal altercation with the defendant. Genesis stated the defendant became angry when she utilized the table in the bakery for wrapping bread. Genesis then stated the defendant, who was in possession of a scorn, threw it at her out of frustration. (A scorn is a hand held bladed bakery tool used to cut bread, similar to a box cutter). Genesis advised when she realized the defendant threw a scorn she was in fear that she could have been seriously injured.

This was observed by another employee who was also in the Bakery section. Sandy Metcalf advised after a verbal altercation took place over the bakers table, she then observed the defendant throw the scorn that was in her hand towards Genesis. Sandy advised the scorn struck the table which Genesis was standing in front of and deflected off of the wall. Sandy advised it did appear as if the defendant intentionally threw the scorn at Genesis out of frustration.

Upon speaking with the defendant she stated there was a verbal altercation over the bakers table that involved Genesis. The defendant stated she did not throw the scorn at Genesis; she continued to state she threw the scorn on the table in front of her, which was not in the direction of Genesis.

The defendant was then placed into custody and transported to the Hernando County Jail. The defendant was provided a court date of 09/05/2017 in courtroom D at 1315 hours. The defendant was placed on a $2,000.00 bond per the bond schedule.”

New York Arrested For Leaving the Scene of Accident With Damage

YOB: 1974
Arrested on 08/10/2017 04:22 LINDEN DR & ELMORE DR, SPRING HILL

Arrest Summary Excerpt: “The defendant (Jose Lopez) drove off the road in the area of Linden Drive and Drysdale Street striking multiple reflectors and continued to drive off the road, driving between the mailboxes and sidewalk, striking 2 power poles and causing his front tire to fall apart before coming to a rest in the area of Linden Drive and Ellmore Drive. The defendant was the only subject near the vehicle and advised he had been driving when he had gone off the road and struck something.

While on scene, the defendant’s parents arrived and they stated he had called them to come to the scene.

When the defendant was taken into custody and advised of the charges, he advised that he did not intend to leave the scene of the accident, but just merely wanted to get home. The defendant further advised that he had only stopped because an unknown subject had waved him down.

It should be noted that at no time did the defendant or his family contact law enforcement to report the accident. Law Enforcement received a call from a concerned citizen in reference to the vehicle being in the middle of the road.

The defendant was transported to the Hernando County Jail without incident and given a court date of 09062017 in Courtroom B at 0900 hours.”

Burglary Suspect Ran to the Barn

YOB: 1970
Arrested on 08/11/2017 21:27 1365 ALGOOD RD, SPRING HILL

Arrest Summary Excerpt: “On 08112017, affiant was dispatched to 1365 Algood Road, Spring Hill, Hernando County, in reference to a burglary in progress. The complainant/witness Kenneth Newburn, had contacted the Sheriff’s Office advising he heard an unknown subject inside this residence, which he knows to be currently vacant.
Sgt. W Hillman and Deputy J Jernigan arrived on scene first where they were advised by Kenneth that he heard crashing coming from inside the residence. Sgt. Hillman advised when he arrived on scene he observed a white male wearing a lime green shirt and jeans to be standing under the curtilage of an enclosed barn in the back yard and had fled on foot inside the barn. Sgt. Hillman and Deputy Jernigan had given verbal commands where the defendant was placed into custody.

Post Miranda, the defendant was inconsistent with his story where he originally stated he was inside the barn attempting to sleep there due to his being transient. I advised the defendant there was a witness that heard commotion inside the residence where the defendant then changed his story to say he was sitting on the porch to the residence and then went into the barn. The defendant also denied running into the barn attempting to conceal himself from law enforcement.

Where the defendant admitted to be sitting on the porch, I recovered three screwdrivers and a pair of pliers. I also observed the rear door to be pried open and inside were two air conditioning units on the floor near the door, which were removed from the bedroom windows. The homeowner’s sister, Melissa Williams responded to the scene and advised the defendant did not have permission to be inside the residence and that the damage to the residence was recent.

The defendant was then placed into custody for residential burglary – 1 count, burglary to a structure – 1 count, and possession of burglary tools – 1 count; and transported to the Hernando County Detention Center, without incident. The defendant was placed on a total bond of $20,000 and given a court date of 09052017, at 1315 hours in Courtroom D.”

Attempted to take Pots and Pans to the Customer Service Counter and Then Leave Store

YOB: 1994
Arrested on 08/12/2017 17:31 13300 CORTEZ BLVD, BROOKSVILLE

Arrest Summary Excerpt: “On 08122017, writer was dispatched to the Walmart locater at 13300 Cortez Boulevard, in reference to a retail theft. Upon my arrival at the Walmart contact was made with Walmart’s loss prevention staff Heriberto, who stated that he observed the defendant (Cearia Lynn Fudzinski) select a T-Fal 14 piece pots and pan set ($79.00) from the display. The defendant then walked to customer service counter and asked if the merchandise came into a different color. The defendant then left the store passing all points of sale in an attempt to leave the store. The defendant was stopped by loss prevention in the vestibule of the store, at which time she responded back to the loss prevention office with Heriberto.

The defendant advised that she went to the store to purchase the merchandise and denied trying to steal the merchandise.

The defendant was placed under arrest and transported to the Hernando County Jail without incident, where she is being held on a $1000.00 bond.

The defendant was given a court date of 09/06/2017 at 0900hrs in courtroom B.”

Exes Commit Mutual Domestic Violence

YOB: 1997
CHARGES: Domestic Battery
Arrested on 08/12/2017 19:34 13075 SPRING HILL DR, SPRING HILL

Arrest Summary Excerpt: “On today’s date at approximately 1826 hours I was dispatched to the area of 3304 Lema Drive in regards to a battery; however, while en route to the call I was notified by Dispatch that the male and female party were at the BP gas station located at 13075 Spring Hill Drive.

Upon arrival I made contact with the victim, Justin Foster, who advised his ex-girlfriend, whom he has been seeing again, the defendant, Justina Curatola, had come over to return dog tags when an argument took place over the defendant being with Justin and another male at the same time. Justin advised that the other male called the defendant’s phone, which he advised he removed from the defendant’s hand, where a struggle took place as the defendant drove to the BP gas station from somewhere on Lema Drive. During the ride, Justin advised the defendant then bit him on his left cheek before law enforcement’s arrival at the gas station.

I did observe Justin to have a small scratch and light bruising to his left cheek, which appeared consistent with his statement.

Contact was made with the defendant who also advised the incident occurred over returning dog tags. The defendant advised Justin took her phone and began hitting her; however, while driving, the defendant advised she bit Justin in the face to get him to stop.

At this time I placed the defendant under arrest for domestic battery and transported her to the Hernando County Jail where she was held on a no bond status due to this being domestic in nature. A victim notification form was completed and left at the jail.

It should be noted both Justina and Justin had previously lived together and were in an intimate relationship.”

Fugitive from Justice arrested at Dollar General

YOB: 1995
Arrested on 08/12/2017 20:28 399 BROAD ST, MASARYKTOWN

Arrest Summary Excerpt: “On 08-12-2017, the defendant (Devan Glen Cormican) was located at the Dollar General located at 399 Broad Street in Brooksville, Florida.
A search through FCIC/NCIC revealed the defendant had an outstanding Bibb County felony warrant (2016-170911) for Financial transaction card theft, 3 financial transaction card fraud, and exploitation of an elderly person. The warrant was confirmed through FCIC/NCIC by Operator 33 and then operator 37 sent a locate. The defendant’s identity was confirmed via his name, date of birth, and Georgia driver’s license.

The defendant was placed into custody on said warrant, transported to the Hernando County Jail and is currently being held on no bond per the warrant.”

Fugitive From Justice Found Hiding Under Blanket

YOB: 1986
Arrested on 08/12/2017 21:43 320 LINCOLN AVE, MASARYKTOWN

Arrest Summary Excerpt: “On 08/12/2017 at approximately 2119 hours contact was made with Lee Hetzel in the back closet of 320 Lincoln Avenue. Lee had an active warrant out of Hernando County for Failure to Appear on the original charge of Battery, warrant #16002048MMAXMX, with Hernando County case number 2017-24704.

Lee was located under a blanket on the floor of the back closet of said address. Several verbal commands were given by myself and Deputy M. Gaines for Lee to show us his hands and to lay flat on the ground. Lee ignored those commands and actively resisted our attempts to control his hands and handcuff him. On several occasions, Lee pulled my hands off of his forearms and attempted to stand up and flee. During this attempt to place Lee into custody, he broke free several times and grabbed my arms and pushed himself off of me by placing his hands up under my face and neck. The entire time, myself and Deputy Gaines were giving loud verbal commands to stop resisting and for Lee to show us his hands. Lee resisted violently by grabbing my uniform until we could get both his hands behind his back and into handcuffs.

Lee was given a court date of 09/11/2017 in courtroom E at 0830 hours. Lee is being held on a total bond of $10,000 for the two counts.”

Arrested on an Active Warrant after Giving a False Name and Trying to Flee

YOB: 1987
Arrested on 08/13/2017 01:49 6227 DELTONA BLVD, SPRING HILL

Arrest Summary Excerpt: “Before me, the undersigned authority, personally appeared Dep. Pannone, who, being duly sworn, alleges, on information and belief, that on 08/13/2017, in Hernando County, Florida, the defendant did:

CT1: Did unlawfully resist, obstruct or oppose (Shawn Liebler, patrol deputy of the Hernando County Sheriff’s Office), who was then and there in the lawful execution of a legal duty, or execution of legal process, to-wit: (execution of arrest warrant), without offering or doing violence to the person of such officer, in violation of Florida Statute 843.02;

CT2: Did, having been arrested or lawfully detained by a law enforcement officer, give a false name or otherwise falsely identified him/herself, to-wit: (Jessica Smith, 06/08/1987), to the law enforcement officer or any county jail personnel, in violation of Florida Statute 901.36(1);

to wit On 08/13/2017, the defendant, Angel Marie Cappuccio, was being taken into custody for an active Hernando County warrant (Case #2017-24711). The defendant did give a false name of Jessica Smith with the date of birth of 06/08/1987. While in the process of detaining the defendant, the defendant attempted to pull away from Deputy Liebler’s person to flee. After the defendant was detained, she identified herself to be Angel Cappuccio with a date of birth of 12/17/1987. The defendant was transported to the Hernando County Jail without incident and was given a misdemeanor court date of 09/06/2017 in court room B at 0900 hours and was placed under a total bond of $2,000.00.”