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1st APPEARANCE – September 4, 2018

  • Written by  Staff
  • Madison Douglas: failure to appear petit theft - $3,500 bond
  • Michael Lawrence: violation of state probation – no bond
  • Christopher Smith: hold for Citrus County – no bond
  • Guatemala Vazquez: no valid driver’s license - $400 cash only bond; hold for Immigration and Customs Enforcement – no bond
  • Rodneshia Jones: no driver’s license – no bond, gave wrong name at time of arrest
  • Natarsh Moore: obstructing an officer without violence – released on own recognizance, pre-trial intervention 1 year, $370
  • Robert James: failure to appear petit theft – no bond, bring back 9/4/2018, 90 days county jail, $370, recommend public works, county time served 4 days
  • Brian Shack: operating a motor vehicle without valid driver’s license – released on own recognizance, notice to appear 10-3-18 at 8:30
  • Wilburn Jones: possession of marijuana with intent to sell - released on own recognizance; possession of drug paraphernalia - released on own recognizance; aggravated battery - released on own recognizance; clerk to notify
  • Chad Ceasar: battery - $2,500; possession of marijuana less than 20 grams - $1,000; on bond Osceola County – hold for 14 days for bond revocation; $3,500 total bond
  • Chasity Dybdal: possession of paraphernalia - $1,000
  • Willie Bell: disorderly intoxication, on bond – county time served 4 days, 60 days county jail, $370, no public works, to revoke bond
  • Fred Evans: violation of injunction – no probable cause, on bond, bond revoked, hold with no bond because he had contact
  • Amelia Poepping: hold for Leon County – no bond
  • Erica Pittman: obstruction of justice - $1,000; home invasion robbery - $10,000; principle/accessory after the fact - $5,000; hold for Calhoun County – no bond; total bond $16,000
  • Jacob Hatfield: obstruction of justice - $1,000; home invasion robbery - $10,000; principle/accessory after the fact - $5,000
  • Patricia Ward (Chambers): aggravated assault with deadly weapon - $2,000
  • Danny Gilley: assault/battery on medical provider - $1,000
  • Tara Thomas: hold for Escambia County – no bond
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