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Cops: Suspects Get $1M From Casino Kiosks in Scam ...Withdrew bank accounts over and over, in 60 seconds

The scheme wasn't exactly Oceans 11-like in complexity, but authorities say 14 people robbed a total of $1 million from casino kiosks thanks to a bank loophole, reports NBC News. Authorities say the suspects would open accounts at Citibank, then go to casinos in California and Nevada and withdraw the money from cashadvance kiosks as many times as they could in a 60-second span. Someone had figured out that a glitch prevented Citibank from recording the extra withdrawals, reports Patch.com.

With the money, the suspects would then go on gambling sprees, usually getting rewarded with comped rooms by the casinos because of the amount of money they were flashing. This went on for eight months, but all 14 were indicted this week on bank fraud charges. And, sorry, Citibank has fixed the glitch.

France to Arrest Pap Who Snapped Kate Pics: Report ...Sources say photographer's identity has been given to police Fallout from the Kate Middleton topless photo debacle continues: French police are about to arrest the paparazzo who took the pictures, sources claim. The photographer’s name has been given to investigators, and he’s “expected to be held for questioning imminently,” a source tells the Mirror. Police had been trying to figure out his identity since Prince William filed a criminal complaint over the alleged breach of privacy, but the editor of the magazine that published the photos refused to give it up, as is allowed under French law. If found guilty, the snapper could face up to one year in jail and nearly $60,000 in fines.

“William and Kate are determined to bring the person who took those photos to justice and they’re pushing hard for a custodial sentence,” says a royal source. “They want to make an example of this person.”

Apple Sells Out of iPad Mini in 3 Days Shipping times set back for WiFi models The iPad Mini isn't even available yet—but all three WiFi versions of the tablet are already sold out. Three days after Apple made the device available for pre-order, the company has postponed shipping times for the models, meaning all its initial stock has been purchased, Mashable reports. That should calm investors concerned over a $329 price tag

Arkansas Hit With Mild 3.9-Magnitude Quake Apparently the planet is cranky today. As if Hurricane Sandy weren't enough, Arkansas got a jolt from a 3.9-magnitude earthquake this morning, the US Geological Survey announced. The quake hit near the Tennessee border, at a depth of about 3.2 miles, according to CNN. The quake is the third of note to hit North America since yesterday morning, following another 3.9 affair in downtown LA and a 7.7 off the coast of Canada.

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Bay County to hold Waste Amnesty Days

Bay County’s annual Waste Amnesty Days and Recycling Round-up will be held Friday, Nov. 9 and Saturday, Nov. 10 from 7 a.m. to 4:30 p.m. at the Steelfield Landfill located at 11411 Landfill Road in West Bay, off State 79. Residents may drop off their yard debris, household garbage and hazardous waste at no charge and are encouraged to bring recyclable materials as well. Fish ponds stocked by the Florida Fish and Wildlife Commission will be open to fishing for customers who drop off recyclables from 7 a.m. to 3 p.m. Customers must supply their own fishing equipment and bait, and children must be accompanied by an adult. This event is open to Bay County residents only. Proof of residency is required (e.g., driver’s license, power bill, voter registration card).

The following materials will be accepted: • Appliances (air conditioners, dryers, stoves, washing machines, etc.) • Construction and demolition debris (concrete, lumber, sheet rock, etc.) • Trash (kitchen garbage, furniture, carpet, clothes, etc.) • Household hazardous waste (pesticides, paints, used oil, fluorescent tubes, antifreeze, etc.) • Small engine containing devices (lawn mowers, weed eaters, edgers, etc.) • Tires • Yard debris (grass clippings, leaves, tree trimmings, etc.) • Recyclables (batteries, paper, plastic, metals, computers, cell phones, etc.) Regulations prohibit disposing appliances, household hazardous waste, small engine containing devices and tires in landfills. The landfill accepts these items but must process them separately from other waste. If possible, please stage these materials in the load so they can be dropped off at the designated area. Bay County will not accept gas cylinders, explosive materials, ammunition or flares. However, residential-sized propane tanks are accepted. The normal tipping fees will still apply to commercial customers. “This is something we do as a service to the community, giving people an opportunity to clean up their properties and also dispose of household hazardous waste properly without concern about it damaging the local environment,” said Bay County Assistant Manager Dan Shaw.

For more information, contact Bay County Solid Waste Management at 236-2212.

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Bay County will hold its annual Veterans Day Parade on Monday, Nov. 12 in downtown Panama City. The parade will begin at 9:30 a.m. and travel from around Bay High School on Harrison Avenue to the marina. The parade will be followed by a WreathLaying Ceremony, complete with a flyover from Tyndall.

PANAMA CITY OFFSHORE AND INSHORE Last week found a lot of us wondering where all of the Sailfish came from. Bait really showed up and the bite turned red hot for several days. Plenty of Kings, Bonita and still seeing Black fin tuna mixed in. Live bait was working best, hard tails and cigar minnows were fairly easy to find for a change making for some great days on the water. These last few days of Gag grouper season are proving to be really good, way offshore or in close Gags are chewing. Large pinfish have worked well as bait, but squirrel fish are even better. Red grouper are being found on limestone bottom, and Gags are more likely on an actual wreck. Large AJ’s are over the larger wrecks and spans like the Dupont and Hathaway along with some nice sized Triggers. The blue water trips have brought in some good size Wahoo and Dolphin for the trolling crowd. Don’t forget to try for some Flounder around your favorite inshore wrecks. They are on the move and worth the effort. All in all, a great time to be fishing and the cooler weather doesn’t hurt either. Along the beach bait showed up and so did the fish, lots of Whiting and a fair amount of Pompano and Flounder were turning up. Big Redfish were seen running the beach and people were able to sight fish them with gold casting spoons and the like. Some were caught using surf rigs baited with cut bait too.

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The Weekly Fishing Report ST ANDREWS BAY SYSTEM Speckled trout, puppy reds and Mangrove snapper are being found around high tide up in two or three feet of water. Live shrimp and small pinfish were working well using just enough weight to enable the cast. Big bull reds are still in the channels and the pass working their way out to spawn. The Flounder are doing the same and are getting caught all over the bay system and just outside the pass, remember the limit is ten per angler per day (I had someone telling me about how many he and a friend caught the day before and he was over the limit because he thought the limit was still fifteen, you don’t want that ticket!). Sheep head are still being reported around bridges, docks and marinas. Just about anything that holds barnacles’ should hold Sheepies at least until they have eaten their fill. A flat shovel comes in handy to scrape the pilings and will definitely turn the bite on if they’re there. NAVARRE The weather this week was outstanding and it looks like we are in for more of the same. Due to the outstanding weather the water quality is pretty much back to normal inshore as well as along area beaches. This has resulted in a noticeable increase in the bite inshore, offshore and along area beaches. Inshore the redfish and speckled trout bite is about as good as it gets this time of year. Some are in as shallow as a foot of water, but most will be in two feet on out to the drop offs as well as around the deeper docks in the bays and sound. Suspending twitch baits fished slow and erratic have been the top artificial for the trout with Gulp and Trigger X shrimp fished on a 1/16oz to 1/4oz jig head the top producing redfish baits. Live shrimp free lined on the grass flats or around docks and bridges with the least amount of weight needed to keep your rig on the bottom has been the top producing live bait for both trout and redfish. As always the exception to this is when you are targeting bull reds in the pass,

then live pinfish, menhaden, croakers, or finger mullet fished on the bottom will get the bite. The flounder bite remains steady with most fish still being caught around deep water structure such as bridges and deeper piers and docks, although I have received reports and encountered them on the flats myself this week. Small live baitfish will get the bite as well as Gulp and Trigger X baits that are slowly dragged along the bottom. The surf this week has been pretty steady with whiting and pompano the main catches although redfish and bluefish are also being caught in the same areas. Live and fresh dead shrimp are the top producing baits right now for the pompano, whiting, and redfish, but live sand fleas as long as they are not too large when you can find them will work. With the exception of those targeting whiting and pompano the action on the Navarre Pier continues to have its ups and downs. The mackerel bit has seen the most ups and downs with some morning’s red hot and others cold as a north wind in January. The kings have been mostly schoolies around 8 to 10 pounds, but the Spanish have been up into the 6 pound class with live bait the top producing presentation. However Gat-Cha plugs, bubble rigs and larger size 2 sabiki rigs are landing more than their fair share of Spanish. The pompano are being caught on live shrimp as well as pink or chartreuse pompano jigs with the folk’s site fishing for them out fishing those fishing natural baits. For the reds and whiting live or frozen shrimp is the bait of choice and you can also add pinfish and cigar minnows to the bait selection when targeting redfish exclusively. Flounder are also available and are hitting small pinfish, finger mullet and bull minnows fished around the pilings. And don’t forget to have a landing net handy when targeting them or you will be sorry when they spit the hook just as you are about to line them onto the pier. The offshore bite remains strong with plenty of action being delivered by king mackerel bonito and blackfin tuna just off the beach. Most of the wahoo reports still have them out as close as the edge and along with them you will find good numbers of blackfin tuna, mahi, and the occasional sailfish. I have been receiving good reports of 40 to 60 pound amberjacks around deep water structure in 150 to 300 feet of water. If you get a chance take a look at the 100 plus pounder on our bragging board caught last week. Along with the AJ’s you will find gag, red, and scamp grouper on the bottom of most of these deep reefs and wrecks. Live pinfish, hard tails, and red porgies have been the top producing live baits, with Shimano, Williamson, and Bomber 3oz to 6oz flutter jigs the top producing artificials. All of the billfish and sword fish reports still have them out around the floating platforms and the elbow area.

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Military divers memorial opens in Florida

A monument to military divers was unveiled Oct. 26 at the Navy Diving and Salvage Training Center in Panama City, Fla.It’s the first memorial of its kind, although a similar

monument is in the works for the Washington Navy Yard. Organizers of the Panama City monument said the Florida site is an appropriate place to pay homage to military diving because students will pass it every day. “There’s even a rumor that they’re going to start rubbing the toe of ‘Jake’ before a test for good luck,” said Dave Sullivan, a former Navy diver and vice president of the Mark V Monument project. “Jake” is the 10-foot bronze statue’s nickname, but it’s also slang for the Mark V suit in general — the old rig that includes the heavy, spherical helmet typically associated with diving history. The statue includes bronze hands sticking out of the sleeves so that it looks like someone is in the suit. “This statue

… that’s what every diver that ever dove the Mark V rig thinks that they look like,” Sullivan said. “It’s like a big, in-your-face diver.” The statue is mounted on a five-sided granite base. Each side of the monument has the seal of one of the military services — Army, Navy, Marine Corps and Air Force — and the Coast Guard. The monument cost about $200,000, according to Sullivan. The Mark V Monument Project raised the money for the Panama City monument by selling 300 serialized 21-inchtall replicas of the statue. They sold for between $2,000 and $3,000 each and were shipped around the world, including Japan, Italy, Great Britain, Dubai and Hong Kong.

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Event Information Reported On: 10/22/2012 @ 21:24 Location: 620 COUNTY ROAD 2297 PANAMA CITY, FL Officer Reporting: B. ADKISON

STATED HE DID NOT WANT TO PURSUE CHARGES AGAINST WAGES, BUT DID WANT HER TO GET HELP FOR HER SUBSTANCE ABUSE PROBLEM. DEPUTY ALEXANDER COLLECTED A SWORN TAPED STATEMENT FROM NICHOLS AND I PROVIDED HIM WITH DOMESTIC VIOLENCE

ARRESTED: Name: WAGES, REBECCA ANN 620 COUNTY ROAD 2297, PANAMA CITY, Age: 33 Arrest Location: 620 CR 2297 Arresting Officer: ADKISON Charges For: WAGES, REBECCA ANN Charge: BATTERY CAUSE BODILY HARM Statute #: 784.03(1A2) Date: 10/22/2012 Charge: EVIDENCE-DESTROYING TAMPER WITH O Statute #: 918.13 Date: 10/22/2012 Charge: POSSESSION OF A CONTROLLED SUBST Statute #: 893.13 Date: 10/22/2012 Charge: POSSESSION OF A LEGEND DRUG WITHO Statute #: 499.03 Date: 10/22/2012 Charge: POSSESSION OF A LEGEND DRUG WITHO Statute #: 499.03 Date: 10/22/2012 Charge: POSSESSION OF A LEGEND DRUG WITHO Statute #: 499.03 Date: 10/22/2012

Narrative ON THIS DATE MYSELF, DEPUTY ALEXANDER, AND LT WILLIAMS RESPONDED TO 620 CR 2297 IN REFERENCE TO A DOMESTIC VIOLENCE INCIDENT. WHILE EN ROUTE DISPATCH ADVISED VIA MDT THAT THE MALE COMPLAINANT WAS BEING BATTERED WAS ABLE TO RESTRAIN THE FEMALE. DEPUTY ALEXANDER ARRIVED ON SCENE SHORTLY BEFORE MYSELF AND LT WILLIAMS AND MADE CONTACT WITH THE VICTIM, SAMUEL NICHOLS AND THE DEFENDANT, REBECCA WAGES IN THE BACK YARD. NICHOLS WAS STILL HOLDING WAGES DOWN ON THE GROUND. NICHOLS RELEASED HER WHEN DEPUTY ALEXANDER ARRIVED AND BACKED AWAY.

WHEN MYSELF AND LT WILLIAMS WALKED UP TO DEPUTY ALEXANDER AND WAGES. WE WITNESSED HER REMOVE A HOT PINK BOX FROM HER JACKET POCKET AND THROW THE BOX INTO THE POOL APPROXIMATELY 8-10 FEET AWAY. WAGES THEN CONTINUED TO GRAB AT HER JACKET POCKET SO I SECURED HER IN HANDCUFFS FOR OFFICER SAFETY. THE BOX WAS RECOVERED FROM THE POOL AND INSIDE IT WE FOUND SEVERAL PRESCRIPTION PILLS. WAGES STATED THAT THE PILLS WERE NOT HERS AND THAT NICHOLS "PLANTED THEM ON HER" WHILE HE HAD HER PINNED ON THE GROUND. WAGES WAS VERY ANIMATED AND APPEARED TO BE UNDER THE INFLUENCE OF SOME TYPE OF NARCOTIC. SHE ALSO SMELLED STRONGLY OF AN ALCOHOLIC BEVERAGE. SHE STATED SHE WAS ATTACKED BY NICHOLS BUT NO INJURIES WERE OBSERVED ON HER PERSON. NICHOLS STATED THAT WAGES WAS HIS LIVE IN GIRLFRIEND AND SHE WAS "COMING DOWN" OFF OF METHAMPHETAMINE. NICHOLS STATED THAT WAGES BEGAN TO ATTACK HIM BY STRIKING AND SCRATCHING HIM IN THE FACE AND NECK. HE STATED THAT WAGES ALSO BIT HIS ARM. THE RIGHT SIDE OF NICHOLS' NECK WAS RED AND HE HAD A BITE MARK ON HIS RIGHT ARM. NICHOLS

VICTIM INFORMATION (VINE INFO AND PAMPHLET) FOR WHICH HE SIGNED A RECEIPT. MYSELF AND LT WILLIAMS WERE ABLE TO IDENTIFY THE PRESCRIPTION PILLS IN THE PINK PLASTIC BOX AFTER WAGES WAS SECURED IN THE REAR OF MY PATROL CAR. THERE WERE A TOTAL OF EIGHT PILLS IN THE BOX. ONE WAS IDENTIFIED AS ZOLPIDEM TARTRATE (GENERIC AMBIEN) WHICH IS A CONTROLLED SUBSTANCE. TWO WERE IDENTIFIED AS TRAMADOL, ONE WAS IDENTIFIED AS AMLODIPINE, AND FOUR WERE IDENTIFIED AS CYCLOBENZAPINE. TRAMADOL, AMLODIPINE, AND CYCLOBENZAPINE ARE NOT CONTROLLED SUBSTANCES HOWEVER DO REQUIRE A PRESCRIPTION TO OBTAIN/ POSSESS. WAGES CONTINUED TO DENY THAT THE PILLS WERE HERS AND THAT NICHOLS PLANTED THEM ON HER. I TRANSPORTED WAGES TO THE BAY COUNTY JAIL WHERE SHE WAS CHARGED WITH BATTERY DOMESTIC VIOLENCE, POSSESSION OF A CONTROLLED SUBSTANCE, POSSESSION OF A LEGEND DRUG X 3, AND TAMPERING WITH EVIDENCE. THE PILLS AND BOX THAT WERE SEIZED WILL BE PACKAGED AND PLACED INTO EVIDENCE LATER ON THIS DATE.

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Event Information Reported On: 10/22/2012 Location: 5801 SUNWOOD RD PANAMA CITY, FL Officer Reporting: J. BENNETT Name: INNS, CHRISTOPHER CHARLES Home Address: 5801 SUNWOOD RD, PANAMA CITY, Date of Birth: XX/XX/XXXX Age: 32 Arrest Location: 5700 STAR LANE Arresting Officer: J.A. BENNETT Charges For: Arrest INNS, CHRISTOPHER CHARLES Charge: CRIMINAL MISCHIEF OVER 200 DOLLARS Statute #: 806.13(1B2) Date: 10/23/2012 Time: 05:00 Narrative On 10-22-2012 hours, I was dispatched to respond to 5801 Sunwood Rd.., to investigate a reported disturbance. The caller, Mr. Inns, advised that he had been threatened by Mr. Diamond, who brandished a handgun. Mr. Inns then said Mr. Diamond was reaching for something, before departing in a blue Tahoe. According to the dispatch narrative, Mr. Inns was rambling and wouldn't answer questions. While I was enroute this agency was contacted by Mr. Diamond, who reported that he was in in an argument with Mr. Inns. He said Mr. Inns struck his vehicle with a shovel during the argument, and they left. I contacted Mr. Diamond at 5500 N. Star Ave. Mr. Diamond was the passenger in the vehicle in question, which was owned and driven by his girlfriend, Ms. Jacobs. Dep. Grainger continued to the Sunwood address and contacted Mr. Inns. Ms. Jacobs said she drove Mr. Diamond, her boyfriend, to the Sunwood address to try to collect $200.00 from Mr. Inns. She said she and Mr. Diamond loaned Mr. Inns $300.00 in February of this year, but he only paid them $100.00 back to date. She said Mr. Diamond had a brief conversation with Mr. Inns at the door to the residence, when Mr. Inns

suddenly began yelling at Mr. Diamond. According to Ms. Jacobs, Mr. Inns blamed Mr. Diamond for a recent incarceration on a narcotics charge. She said Mr. Diamond returned to the vehicle and got in, but as he did so, Mr. Inns made a threatening statement toward the both of them, saying that he was going to get his "heat". Ms. Jacobs understood this to mean that he was getting a gun. She said they were trying to leave, when Mr. Inns' mother arrived and saw that her son was very angry. As they were departing, Mr. Inns picked up something and threw it at her vehicle, striking it on the front right

violating his probation, and was taken to the Bay County Jail by Dep. J. Head. I inspected Ms. Jacobs's vehicle and saw minor dents and scratches on the front right fender. The damage appeared to be consistent with the manner in which it was caused, as described by Ms. Jacobs and Mr. Diamond. The estimated value of the damage was approximately $300.00. Ms. Jacobs stated that she did wish to pursue criminal prosecution against Mr. Inns for causing the damage to her vehicle. I provided her with a case information card. On 10-23-2012, I completed a complaint affidavit, charging Mr. Inns

quarter panel. She said she didn't see the damage until they arrived at their current location. Mr. Diamond related essentially the same information. He added that he thought Mr. Inns threw a "chunk" of asphalt at Ms. Jacob's vehicle. Dep. Grainger advised me that he was present with Mr. Inns, who was accusing Mr. Diamond of threatening him with a semi-automatic handgun. Dep. Grainger passed on to me that Mr. Inns said the handgun should be under the front passenger seat of Ms. Jacobs's vehicle. Ms. Jacobs granted me consent to search her vehicle for any firearms. I searched her vehicle, including Ms. Jacobs's purse and Mr. Diamond's backpack, with negative results. Mr. Inns' claim of being threatened by a handgun wielding Mr. Diamond was unsubstantiated and patently false. I o b t a i n ed a ud i o r e co r de d statements from Ms. Jacobs and Mr. Diamond. Mr. Inns was arrested on an unrelated outstanding warrant for

for the offense of criminal mischief. I added the charge to his current booking sheet at the Bay County Jail, where he was being held without bond on an unrelated charge.

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McCartney: Yoko Didn't Break Up the Beatles — John Lennon was going to leave anyway, Paul says All those years you’ve harbored a grudge against Yoko Ono for breaking up the Beatles … and now it turns out you can let it go. "She certainly didn't break the group up," Paul McCartney says in a new TV interview set to air next month, the BBC reports. "I don't think you can blame her for anything.” John Lennon, he adds, was “definitely going to leave.” Plus, Ono inspired Lennon to write such hits as “Imagine,” McCartney says."When Yoko came along, part of her attraction was her avant garde side, her view of things," he says. "She showed him another way to be, which was very attractive to him. So it was time for John to leave."

Educated Americans Have More Debt Woes

Think highly educated Americans came out better in the 2008 financial crash? According to two new studies, those with college degrees actually took on more unmanageable debt than other Americans, reports Time. "People with college educations may have thought they were immune to any economic problems," says Sherman Hanna, who co-authored the research. "But when people stop believing things might go bad, that’s when they get in trouble." Researchers drew the line of "unmanageable debt" at the point where monthly household debt payments equaled 40% of income. More than one in four Americans crossed that line in 2008, up from 17% in 1992—and highly educated people were more likely to be among them. What's more, 35% of renters were in that group compared to just 21% of homeowners, showing "that the financial crisis wasn’t all about housing speculation," says Hanna. "There was too much debt in all parts of the economy.”

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Event Information

Reported On: 10/23/2012

Location: 5016 WHITAKER STREET PANAMA CITY, FL 32404 Officer Reporting: M. KHANNA Name: BOOTS, SHAWN LEE Age: 38 Arrest Location: 5016 WHITAKER STREET Arresting Officer: M. KHANNA Charges For: Arrest BOOTS, SHAWN LEE Charge: BATTERY (DOMESTIC VIOLENCE) Statute #: 784.03 Date: 10/23/2012

Narrative On the above date and time, I responded to a 911 call from 5016 Whitaker Street, in reference to a Battery (Domestic Violence). Upon arrival at the aforementioned location, I made contact with Elizabeth Ann Poole (victim), who had contacted 911, and Shawn Lee Boots (defendant). I had to knock on the doors of a RV parked on the side of 5016 Whitaker Street several times before I could make contact with anyone inside of the RV. The defendant was the person who initially came to the door. The defendant's eyes were glassy, and a strong odor of alcohol was being emitted from his body. The defendant opened the door and blocked the doorway with his person. I requested to speak with Elizabeth and the defendant called back to the bedroom for her. Elizabeth appeared to be nervous and very quiet when she approached the door of the RV. The defendant immediately stated, "I didn't hit her." Elizabeth had a red mark on her right cheek, and I was able to observe several bruises on her left arm. Elizabeth indicated that the bruises came from when she fell out of the RV. I did contact dispatch and had them send me a copy of the 911 tape where Elizabeth indicated to the BCSO dispatcher that the defendant did strike her in the face and also threw her out of the RV causing her to receive abrasions to her arm. Elizabeth did indicate to Deputy Chad Rowswell that the defendant did strike her in the face and caused the abrasions to her arm. Elizabeth did refuse to provide a sworn statement in reference to the incident that occurred. Based on the information provided above, the defendant was placed in custody and transported to the Bay County Jail for the offense of Battery (Domestic Violence). Elizabeth's injuries were photographed, and a copy of the 911 recording along with the pictures were submitted into evidence to be attached to this report.

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President Barack Obama receives an update on the ongoing response to Hurricane Sandy

Folks Arrested in Bay County, Florida, October 26 – 29 2012 Come and join us a the Panhandle Pioneer Settlement Saturday, November 10, 2012, 9am – 2pm (CST) for our “Craft Fair” Free Admission 71 Percent of Florida Young Adults Plan to Vote in Presidential Election, Only 26 Percent Say Economic Policies Coming Out of Washington Are Helping Them Tight polls, looming storm shake campaigns down the homestretch DRUG TESTING LAW (before they can start receiving public-assistance benefits) HEADS TO APPEALS COURT Florida May Vary Tuition Depending on College Major Plane Crash may have destroyed absentee ballots PUBLIC NOTICE: City Commission of the City of Callaway Tuesday, November 13, 2012 Local TV stations in swing-states cash in on deluge of political ads Stuart Hallmark arrested on burglary charges – $10,000.00 of jewelry recovered in Panama City Beach Waffle House white male entered the business – demanded money Circuit Judge Hentz McClellan sentenced Matthew Alexander Hall to 15 years in prison for gun charges and an attempted robbery BP CHANGES ETHANOL PLANS IN FLORIDA …. Plans for a 36-million gallon per year ethanol plant—scrapped SYNOPSIS OF PROPOSED CONSTITUTIONAL AMENDMENTS A short rundown of amendments before voters on Nov. 6. Operation Felon Sweep nets 228 felony arrests in Bay County MEDIA REPORT: Bogus Letters Tell Floridians They Can’t Vote FBI, USPS investigating www.BayCountyPress.com _________________________________________________________________ PAGE 17

Incident # 12-12349 On 10-20-12 at about 1627 hours, I was dispatched to 4799 CR 389 in reference to a theft of flowers from a tombstone. Upon arrival, contact was made with Dorene Winstanley. Dorene advised 3 heart shaped wreaths and 3 sets of flowers have been stolen from her family tombstones. The description of the property Dorene described is in the property section of this report. Dorene also showed me a stain that appeared to be smeared blood. The substance was on two of the three tombstones in the family lot. Dorene valued the property stolen at $15.00 a piece. All of the flowers were missing from the lot. I did not notice any other tombstone lots in the area without flowers. Dorene could not think of any persons of interest or suspects. Dorene was provided a case number. Reporting Officer ADKINS, J Incident # 12-12362 On 10/21/2012, at approximately 0240 hours, I was dispatched to the 300 block of State Road 77 in reference to a verbal disturbance. The complainant that called stated that he could hear a male and female argue on the Bailey Bridge while he was on his boat in water. He said he observed a female in a dark colored passenger car and a male walking along the roadside.

Upon my arrival in the area, I observed a black Toyota passenger car, tag number 520JZR, parked in the roadway at 3rd Street and Pennsylvania Avenue. I initiated my emergency lights and made contact with the driver, Lindsay Taylor Skipper. She stated that she was trying to find a male, later discovered to be Johnathan Shane Crain. She stated that they were at a “get together” and at some point they got into an argument. She was very unclear about how the two were separated but she said that he called her asking for a ride home. She stated that she was unsure where he was but thought he continued southbound on Pennsylvania Avenue. Lindsay was very short with her answers appearing to hide the fact that she knew Johnathan was drunk and very upset and walking alone in public.

While talking to Lindsay, Officer Landingham arrived on scene. I completed the traffic stop and gave Lindsay a verbal warning for parking in the roadway. She was beginning to leave when I observed a white male in a gray jacket walking northbound in our direction along Pennsylvania Avenue. I asked Lindsay if he was the male that she was arguing with, Johnathan. She confirmed that it was. Johnathan was walking at a fast pace. I attempted verbal contact with him by calling his name several times. He walked past Officer Landingham and myself while ignoring my lawful order for him to stop so that I may investigate the possible physical disturbance. As I was attempting to stop him from approaching Lindsay, he turned to me in an aggressive manner and said, “I am trying to talk to her, I don’t give a fxxx about you right now!” I was close enough to Johnathan to smell a strong odor of alcohol

emitting from him. He attempted to talk to Lindsay and I grabbed his arm to try to keep both parties separated and investigate the disturbance. He then aggressively pulled away from me in an attempt to get away from the officers on scene and loudly repeated, “I don’t need to deal with this shit right now, bro!” I was able to grab a hold of Johnathan’s arm and he became more aggressive in his attempt to get away. At this time, Johnathan was causing a loud disturbance in the public area. Officer Landinham and I forced Johnathan to the ground and detained him with double locked handcuffs. Johnathan was placed in the back seat of my patrol car and transported to the Bay County Jail for resisting a law enforcement officer without violence. Reporting Officer PITTMAN, BENNY Incident # 12-12271 On 10/18/12 at approximately 1930 hours, I was contacted by Vincent Green by phone. He advised his brother, George Green Jr, had removed all of his personal belongings from 905 E. 12th Street and changed his address. He stated he explained to George not to return to the above listed address under any circumstances. He stated he made it very clear to George that he was not welcome on the property. Vincent was unable to provide any other contact information for George other than an address. I advised Vincent his statements to George would act as a trespass warning. Vincent advised if George is found on the property he wanted to pursue criminal charges. He stated he had several family members, including Gloria Lawrence, watching the home but the home is vacant at this time. I advised him to advise his family members to contact the police if any problems should arise. Reporting Officer ALLYN, PRESTON

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Incident # 12-12280 On 10-19-2012 at approximately 0211 I was dispatched to 205 Acme Lane in reference to a disturbance. Upon arrival I made contact with Wendy Entrekin who was standing out by the road. Entrekin stated she and her live in girlfriend, Adrienne Zeaiter, had been out tonight and had a few drinks. When they got back home Zeaiter was acting crazy and they started arguing. Entrekin said she left for about 4 hours and when she returned home Zeaiter was still angry. Entrekin said Zeaiter locked herself in their bedroom and would not let her in. She said she was trying to get in to get the phone. Entrekin said when she got in the room Zeaiter struck her in the face several times with her hands. Entrekin filled out the information portion of a witness statement but wrote "N/A" in the narrative portion and stated she did not wish to give a statement. Entrekin did have some minor swelling and abrasions under her eyes which I later photographed. Entrekin also had a small cut on her right little toe which I also photographed. Entrekin would not tell me how she had got the cut. Entrekin also appeared to be slightly intoxicated and there was an odor of alcoholic beverage emanating from her. There were a few small blood spots on the hallway floor and as well as a small blood smear on the exterior of the bedroom door. There was a broken glass on the bedroom floor but that was not explained any further than Entrekin saying Zeaiter had been throwing stuff

around. I photographed the blood and the broken glass. I then made contact with Zeaiter who also appeared to be intoxicated. Zeaiter stated Entrekin was trying to get into the room so she called the police. I asked Zeaiter how Entrekin got the marks on her face and Zeaiter said she never touched her. I then noticed that Zeaiter had fresh abrasions on her knuckles as if she had punched something. I asked her if she had hit Entrekin and she said no. I then asked her if she had punched anything and she said no. I then asked her how she got the marks on her knuckles and she said Entrekin had pushed her hands into the wall. She later stated that she got the marks on her hands when she was struggling to keep Entrekin from entering the bedroom. Sergeant Hernandez offered for Zeaiter to give a written statement of her side of the incident but she declined. Sergeant Hernandez provided Entrekin with a domestic v i o l e n c e pamphlet which she signed a receipt for. Entrekin also signed a victim notification form indicating she did not wish to be notified upon release I t h e n attempted to take photos of Zeaiter but she turned away from the camera and would not allow me to photograph her or her hands. I took Zeaiter into custody for battery (domestic) and placed her in double locked handcuffs. When I began walking her to my patrol car she became resistant but was manageable without having to take her down. I subsequently did not charge her with resisting and she became more compliant once I got her into the car. I then transported Zeaiter to the Bay County Jail where she was booked in on the above charge without any further

incident. A total of 18 photographs were taken at the scene of Entrekin and the residence which I later transferred to a CD and placed into evidence. A copy of this report should be faxed to the domestic violence center. Reporting Officer LANDINGHAM, KENNY

Incident # 12-12305 On 10/19/2012, at approximately 1805 hours, I was dispatched to Walmart, located at 2101 S o u t h Highway 77, in reference a retail theft. Upon arrival, I made contact with Asset Protection Associate, Alex Turner. He stated that he observed Maria Miranda open the packaging of merchandise and conceal the merchandise in her purse. He followed her as she made a purchase of other groceries but did not make an attempt to purchase the concealed merchandise. He then followed her as she walked past all points of sale, stopped her, and escorted her to the security office. The total value of the stolen merchandise is $22.55. Maria was handcuffed in double locked handcuffs and taken into custody. With Maria’s permission, I put the groceries she paid for in her vehicle still parked in the Walmart parking lot. She was then transported to the Bay County Jail without incident. Alex stated that she has committed retail theft at another Walmart and trespassed her from the Lynn Haven Walmart. Maria was advised of the trespass warning. She stated she understood. Alex Turner supplied a sworn witness statement attesting to the above facts. All stolen property was recovered by Mr. Turner prior to my arrival. Reporting Officer PITTMAN, BENNY

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Incident # 12-12284 On October 19, 2012 at approximately 0800 hours, I heard a BOLO over the radio from dispatch for a reckless driver in a minivan bearing Florida tag WR076 southbound in the 900 block of Minnesota Avenue in Lynn Haven, Florida. I drove east on 9th Street and turned south onto Minnesota Avenue. I observed a Nissan mini-van back out of a driveway in the 900 block of Minnesota Avenue and accelerate rapidly as it traveled north toward me. As the mini-van passed me, I turned my patrol car around and got behind the mini-van. At that time I noticed the Florida tag matched the BOLO as well as the passenger side brake light was not operable. I initiated a traffic stop on Minnesota Avenue at 9th Street and made contact with the driver and sole occupant of the vehicle, April M. Deehl. 1734 Buchanan St. Panama City During the traffic stop, dispatch advised Deehl's Florida driver's license Age 35 Date 10/19/2012 was suspended as of August 13, 2012 for FTPF and Florida Tag WR076 was Offense knowingly drive while lic registered to Deehl to a red Dodge SUV. I asked Deehl about the tag, and she suspended revoked, nonmoving traffic said she had no idea how the tag got on the vehicle, and that the vehicle violation - attach registration license belonged to her boyfriend. I placed Deehl in double-locked handcuffs and plate not as, possession of less than 20 placed her in the rear seat of my patrol car. I advised Deehl she was under grams of marijuana, possession of arrest for DWLSR and attaching an unassigned tag. Officer Michaels initiated a narcotics equipment vehicle inventory sheet as I requested a tow truck from dispatch. While Agency LHPD conducting a tow inventory for the vehicle, Officer Michaels observed a clear plastic baggie containing a green, leafy substance inside Deehl's open purse that was laying on the passenger seat of the minivan. Along with the baggie was a package of rolling papers and a wooden case containing a one-hitter style marijuana pipe with a residue inside. I asked Deehl what she knew about the green, leafy substance. Deehl said it was marijuana, but it wasn't hers. She said it belonged to her boyfriend, and she didn't know how it got into her purse. After Garrett's Towing left with the vehicle, I transported Deehl to the Bay County Jail without incident. I charged Deehl with DWLSR, Attaching Tag Not Assigned, Possesion of Marijuana Less Than 20 Grams, and Possesion of Drug Paraphernalia. Per Sgt. Smith, I confiscated Deehl's Florida Tag and attached it to this report. I also confiscated Deehl's Florida Driver's License and attached it to this report along with the NCIC/FCIC printout showing the license as invalid. The marijuana and paraphernalia were submitted into evidence. Reporting Officer ENFINGER, C

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Incident # 12-12339 While on patrol on October 20, 2012 at approximately 1214 hours, I initiated a traffic stop in the 600 block of Tennessee Avenue in Lynn Haven, Florida on a green Ford Explorer due to a cracked windshield. As the vehicle had passed me on 5th Street, I noticed a vertical crack in the center and from the top to the bottom of the front windshield. During the traffic stop, I made contact with Kevin Holland, driver and registered owner. Holland was unable to provide proof of insurance, but did provide his Florida driver's license and registration. Dispatch advised Holland's Florida driver's license was suspended as of August 06, 2012 due to PIP insurance cancellation, with notice given on July 06, 2012. Dispatch also advised me to seize the tag of the vehicle. I issued Holland a criminal citation for DWLSR and a traffic citation for no proof of insurance. I confiscated Holland's Florida tag as well as his Florida driver's license. Holland had a friend come with a trailer to remove the vehicle. Reporting Officer ENFINGER, C Incident # 12-12366 On 10-21-12 at approximately 1013 hours, I responded to 1504 Maine Avenue in reference to a fight call. Upon arrival I met with Tiffany Danielle Hill. She stated that on 10-2112 at approximately 1013 hours that she was driven by Henry Lee Jordan to her sister's house at 1504 Maine Ave to get her belongings. Hill stated that she entered into the residence from the back door. She then went outside to get Mr Jordan to help. She stated while they were getting her belongings that Mr Jordan got upset and started throwing her belongings around. She then asked him to calm down. She

stated he told her that he was going to leave. She then went back to Mr Jordans vehicle to get her cell phone charger and her childs medication. She stated that Mr Jordan got into the vehicle and started driving in reverse. She then jumped out of the vehicle while it was still moving. They then started arguing in the front yard and Mr Jordan threw her car charger out of her hands. She then walked to the front door of the residence to open the door. She stated that she could hear him running towards her. She stated that he grabbed her left shoulder and pulled her around to face him. Then he put his left arm across her front shoulders, pulled back his right hand, and made a fist. Ms. Hill stated that her sister came to the front door and Mr. Jordan left in his vehicle southbound towards S.R. 390. I next met with Jasmine JacksonReed. She stated that she saw from her front window Mr. Jordan yelling in the face of her sister. She stated that she heard her sister say "why did you hit me you dislocated my shoulder now" to Mr. Jordan. She then call 911. I observed a cell phone charger lying in the driveway. Also, Ms Hill appeared upset. She showed me her left shoulder and I did not observe any signs of injuries. She stated that Mr. Jordan and her lived together in a relationship approximately a year ago for 4 months. Ms Hill and Ms. Jackson -Reed filled out witness statements. Ms Hill signed domestic violence and victims right information. She was given victim rights paperwork. She stated she wanted to pursue charges. I completed a complaint affidavit to be sent to the SAO for issuance of a summons. Reporting Officer MICHAELS, GLEN

Incident # 12-12367 On 10/21/12 at approximately 1153 hrs, I was dispatched to 901 Bradley Circle in reference to a trespass warning request. Upon arrival I spoke with Jennifer Mcnair, the complainant. Jennifer said that her son and another child that lives at 920 got into an argument in front of her home. When she told the other boy to leave, his mother, Kristina Burgess came up to her door and started yelling at her. Jennifer said Kristina did not threaten her but was very rude and she did not want Kristina to come back on her property. I completed a trespass warning against Kristina and Jennifer signed it. I then went to 920 Bradley Circle and issued the trespass warning to Kristina, Kristina said she understood the trespass warning and would not be back on the property but did not sign the warning. The trespass warning was turned in to dispatch. Reporting Officer ANTUNOVIC, M

Incident # 12-12372 On 10-21-12 at about 1420 hours, I was dispatched to Walmart located 2101 S Hwy 77 in reference to retail theft incident at this location. Upon arrival, contact was made with asset protection Derryl Whitmore. Derryl advised the two males in his office were caught stealing Starbucks coffee can drinks valued at $2.78 a piece. Derryl completed a witness statement advising, the males later idenfied by FL ID's as Steven and Jesse Wickland, selected the drinks from the front coolers and walked through the store drinking them. He advised Steven dumped his empty can in pet products and Jesse dumped his in the trash can near the registers. He advised both exited the store without any attempt to pay for the cans. Derryl stopped them outside of the store and contacted the Lynn Haven Police. I issued both suspects a notice to appear on 11-07-12 at 0800 hours for retail theft. Both signed the NTA's acknowledging the court date. Reporting Officer ADKINS, J

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LHPD Incident # 12-12400 On Monday October 22, 2012 at about 1030 hours I learned a battery may have occurred on Thursday October 18, 2012 at Haney Technical Center 3016 S Hwy 77 Panama City FL. 32405, in the hallway of building 4 near room 401. The complainant, Vanessa Grimes stated the following in substance. Thursday October 18, 2012 after the break at approximately 1010 hours she confronted another student, Rmanada Brown in the hallway at the door to room 401 about her behavior in the class. Ms Grimes said Ms Brown got into her face and started to curse and her and tell her she didn’t know who she was fxxxing with. If she wanted to speak to her use her name not say hey dude. Ms Grimes said some students came out into the hall to see what the noise was about. Ms Grimes said she then tried to open the door to the classroom and Ms Brown also grabbed the door handle and then stomped on her right foot. Then both went into the classroom and Ms Brown said she wanted to go home. Ms Grimes said she has an opinion about any topic you can discuss and that may have caused friction with Ms Brown in the past. Ms Grimes said her foot hurt for the rest of the day. After she got home she put an icepack on it and took some aspirin. Ms Grimes talked to Mr. Barnes the Assistant Principal on Thursday at about 1430 hours, to make a report to him. She understood it would be Monday October 22, 2012 before an investigation could be conducted because all witnesses and Ms Rmanada Brown left the campus about 1345 hours. Ms Brown said in substance the following. She did have a problem with Ms Grime’s interrupting the instructor or guest lecture. She said they just did not like each other from the start of school. When asked if she stomped on Ms Grime’s foot she said she did not. She came out of the restroom after the break and Ms Grimes was standing in

front of the classroom door and blocked the door from being opened with her foot. Ms Brown said she did tell Ms Grimes to get the fuck out of the way to let her into the class. After both went into the class she was still cursing and Ms Grimes was cursing right back at her. Ms Brown said she told her she was just going to go home and Ms Grimes told her go the fxxx home we can meet in the parking lot. Several students said they heard a noise in the hallway but no one saw anything. Ms Grimes said she wanted to speak with her mother before she decided to pressed charges or not. She said she will give me her decision Tuesday. Reporting Officer JONES, ROBERT LHPD Incident # 12-12405 On 10/22/2012 at 13:11 while patrolling W 19th Court I observed Mr. Antolik in the yard of 1108 W 19th Court. I knew Mr. Antolik had an active warrant for failure to pay fines. Dispatched confirmed the above information. I made contact with Mr. Antolik and advised him of the warrant. I placed Mr. Antolik in double locked handcuffs and transported him to the Bay County Jail. At Mr. Antolik’s request his vehicle was left at the residence with the keys locked inside. His wife Ms. Leah Antolik was notified and collected the vehicle. Reporting Officer CIANELLI, VINCE LHPD Incident # 12-12426 On 10/23/12 at approximately 0027 hours, Sgt Hernandez advised she was flagged down by someone with knowledge of the whereabouts of Dionne Cain. She stated he was wearing a gray sweat suit, and he was possibly in the area of 201 E 25th Street. I observed a black male matching the description and build of Cain cross SR 77 in the 2500 block and

enter the Waffle House located at 2502 S Highway 77. I approached the male inside the business, and he identified himself as Joshua A Hepburn by his name and date of birth. I advised Hepburn the reason for my presence and left him inside the business. I returned to my patrol vehicle and verified his identity with the use of DAVID and ran him through the local warrants system. I discovered Hepburn had an outstanding warrant for failure to appear for non judicial. I relayed the information to dispatch to confirm the warrant. I then made contact with Hepburn once more and placed him into double locked handcuffs for the offense. Dispatch confirmed the warrant, and I transported Hepburn to the Bay County Jail without incident. A copy of the warrant and booking sheet are attached. Reporting Officer ALLYN, PRESTON LHPD Incident # 12-12428 On 10/23/12 at approximately 0222 hours, I observed a white male exiting a gray Mitsubishi car in the parking area of 1402 Ohio Avenue, Walgreens. I recognized the male as Scotty Lee Sherman from previous contact. I ran the mal e through NCIC and discovered he still only held a Florida identification card. I then ran Sherman through local warrants and discovered he had a warrant for failure to pay fines for two previous driving with no valid drivers license. I relayed the information to dispatch, and she advised the warrant was confirmed. I then made contact with Sherman inside the business and took him into custody for the offense. I placed him into double locked handcuffs and escorted him to the rear of my patrol car. I transported Sherman to the Bay County Jail without incident. A copy of the warrant and booking sheet are attached to this report. Reporting Officer ALLYN, PRESTON

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and saw that all 15 small square shaped windows were cracked. I noted that there was a small circular hole in the center window of the door. It appeared this was done with either a BB or Pellet gun. The

Incident # 12-12450 On 10/23/12 at 14:43 I was dispatched to Walmart located at 2101 S. Hwy 77 in reference to retail theft. Upon arrival I made contact with store security Alex Turner who stated that he observed Henry Crayton select a yellow microfiber towel and conceal it in the pocket of his pants. Mr. Turner went on to say that Mr. Crayton then proceeded to a check out line where he paid for the items that were in his shopping cart but never offered to pay for the micro-fiber towel in his pocket. After leaving the check out line Mr. Crayton proceeded out the store exit where he was stopped by Mr. Turner. At Mr Turner's request I issued Mr. Crayton a trespass warning from the Walmart property and issued him a notice to appear. Mr. Crayton was supplied a copy of the notice to appear and allowed to leave on his on recognizance. A witness statement was obtained from Mr. Turner and added to the case file. Reporting Officer HOBBS, L Incident # 12-12469 On 10/23/12, at approximately, 2115 hours, I was dispatched to 816 Illinois Avenue, in reference to criminal mischief. When I arrived I made contact with the complainant, Clayton Wixsted. He stated that approximately 15 minutes prior to my arrival, he was in the bathroom, located on the north side of his home, when he heard a loud popping sound. He exited the bathroom and looked around the home and was unable to locate where the sound came from. A short time later, he walked to the south side of the home and began doing laundry. Wixsted looked out of a window on the laundry room door and noticed that the window appeared to be cracked in a spider web design. He exited the home

impact from the object caused the window to crack in a spider web shape to all four corners of the door. The glass in the door was double paned and the object did not penetrate through to the interior side. I searched all around the door area, but was unable to locate the said object. Wixsted stated, he keeps to himself and did not know who or why someone would damage his property. He said that ever since the sidewalk was added in front of his home, numerous kids ride onto his property. He has talked to the kids about their actions and has not had any issues with the kids since. I took pictures of the damaged door, which will be attached to this report. Reporting Officer SEALE, JOSH Incident # 12-12474 On 10/24/12 at approximately 0049 hours, I was traveling southbound on SR 77 when I observed a gray Ford passenger car bearing Florida tag AZNE36 traveling in front of my patrol car at a high rate of speed. I adjusted my radar to same direction mode, and it delivered a reading of 54mph in the 3400 block of SR 77. I activated my overhead lights for the offense, and the vehicle came to a stop north of the intersection of SR 77 and Baldwin Road. I made contact with the driver identified as Brian A Long by his Florida drivers license. I noted Long's eyes were drooping and his movement was slowed. Long also seemed nervous as I asked him basic questions about his activity on this date. I returned to my patrol car and relayed the information to dispatch. I then returned to Long and asked him to exit the vehicle. I asked Long if he had any weapons on his person or in the vehicle, and he replied no. I asked him

if he would consent to search of his person and vehicle, and he stated go ahead as he motioned towards the vehicle. I search his person but found no weapons. I then looked inside the vehicle as Long stood behind his vehicle. I immediately noticed a small orange plastic bag in the open center console. I opened the bag and discovered a green leafy substance consistent with marijuana.

I placed Long into double locked handcuffs and escorted him to the rear of my patrol car. I field tested the substance inside the bag, and it tested positive for marijuana. I then advised dispatch to send a rotation wrecker for the vehicle. I completed a vehicle inventory sheet, and Hometown towing removed the vehicle from the scene. I transported Long to the Bay County Jail without incident. The marijuana and bag were submitted into the property room as evidence. Reporting Officer ALLYN,

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WARRANTS GRANT, TYSON LEROY W/M 2905 R Minnesota Av Lynn Haven Av FL

SKIPPER, MANDY LYNN W/F 1011-b Michigan Avenue Lynn Haven FL

WILSON, JAMES EDWARD B/M 6607 Pridgen St Panama City FL

Date Issued: 10/23/2012 Offense: Vop False Info Adverse Effect / Dwlsr Offense Type: Felony Status: Active

Date Issued: 10/25/2012 Offense: D.i.s.p. Offense Type: Felony Status: Active

Date Issued: 10/23/2012 Offense: Ptr Poss Of Cocaine Poss Of Para Offense Type: Felony Status: Active

WOOD, JOSHUA BRIAN W/M 6514 Lake Suzzanne Ct Panama City FL

FABJON, JOSHUA NATHANIEl W/M 16259e Lullwater Dr Panama City Beach FL

Date Issued: 10/19/2012

Date Issued: 10/19/2012

Offense: Vop Marijuana Smd Offense Type: Felony Status: Active

Offense: Ftpf Petit Theft Offense Type: Misdmeanor Status: Active

FRIX, RICHARD ALAN W/M 11601 Scott Rd Fountain FL Date Issued: 10/19/2012 Offense: Capias For Summons Returned Unexecuted Battery Gen; Capias For Summons Returned Unexecuted Battery Gen Offense Type: Misdmeanor Status: Active

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GRANTHAM, BENJAMIN COREY W/M 2104 Anne Ave Panama City Beach FL

KING, TANESHA NICHOLE B/F 608 E 9th Street Panama City FL

LISENBY, TAMMY LYNNE W/F 261 Everitt Ave Apt J4 Panama City FL

Date Issued: 10/19/2012

Date Issued: 10/19/2012

Date Issued: 10/23/2012

Offense: Ftpf C/S Less Than 20 Gram Marijuana; Poss Offense Type: Misdmeanor

Offense: Ftpf Obstruct Service Of Search Warrant Offense Type: Misdmeanor

Offense: Vop Retail Theft Offense Type: Misdmeanor

Status: Active

Status: Active

LOFTIS, ANDREW T W/M 6514 1/2 Gainer Ave Panama City FL

WHITE, SEAN JEROME B/M 613 Cone Ave Panama City FL

WRIGHT, MICHAEL BRIAN W/M 301 Lullwater Dr Unit 307 Panama City Veach FL

Date Issued: 10/23/2012

Date Issued: 10/23/2012

Date Issued: 10/23/2012

Offense: Ftpf Drivers License Sus/rev- Knowingly Offense Type: Misdmeanor

Offense: Fta Battery (Domestic Violence) Offense Type: Misdmeanor

Offense: Vop Battery Offense Type: Misdmeanor

Status: Active

Status: Active

Status: Active

Status: Active

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~ BAY COUNTY WARRANTS ~ GLASS, SEAN ALLEN W/M 102 Kacy Ln Panama City FL Date Issued: 10/23/2012 Offense: Vehicle Grand Theft Offense Type: Felony Status: Active

HOWELL, JESSIE L W/M 6706 Sunrise Dr Panama City Beach FL Date Issued: 10/23/2012 Offense: Vop Burg Of Struct Offense Type: Felony Status: Active

CHIODO, JOHN W/M 1908 Louise Av Panama City FL Date Issued: 10/19/2012 Offense: Vop Poss Of Meth Offense Type: Felony Status: Active

GOODMAN, JAMES A W/M 131 Coral Dr Panama City Beach FL Date Issued: 10/23/2012 Offense: Vop Deal In Stolen Property Offense Type: Felony Status: Active

JACKSON, OCTAVIA C B/F 702 W 11th St Panama City FL Date Issued: 10/23/2012 Offense: Vop Grand Theft Offense Type: Felony Status: Active

CLEMONS, JODY S W/M 2801 Lagoon Knoll Apt A Panama City Beach FL Date Issued: 10/22/2012 Offense: Fta Felon In Poss Of Firearm Offense Type: Felony Status: Active

GOODWIN, CRYSTAL P W/F 764 A N Silver Lake Rd Panama City FL Date Issued: 10/22/2012 Offense: Vop Poss Of Dist Chem Offense Type: Felony Status: Active

APPLEGATE, DIANA L W/F 18208 Park Pl Fountain FL Date Issued: 10/25/2012 Offense: Fta Neglect Child Great Bodily Harm/child Neg X3 Offense Type: Felony Status: Active

BUSH, DENNIS C B/M 608 E 7th St Panama City FL Date Issued: 10/22/2012 Offense: False Verification Of Ownership To Second Hand Dea Offense Type: Felony Status: Active

BELTON, QUINTUS H B/M 3022 Douglas Rd Panama City FL Date Issued: 10/22/2012 Offense: Vop Cocaine Poss / Poss Of Marijuana Offense Type: Felony Status: Active BROOKS, MICHELLE M W/F 1714 A Maple Av Panama City FL Date Issued: 10/23/2012 Offense: Ptr> Poss Of Meth Poss Of Drug / Dwlsr W/ Know Offense Type: Felony Status: Active BROWN, JUSTIN B W/M 507 North Gray Av Panama City FL Date Issued: 10/22/2012 Offense: Vop Traffic In Stonen Property X2 Offense Type: Felony Status: Active BROWN, NORMANDO B/M 5119 Park St Panama City FL Date Issued: 10/19/2012 Offense: Vop Fel Battery Offense Type: Felony Status: Active

COMER, DENARIS R B/M 1003 N Center Av Panama City FL Date Issued: 10/23/2012 Offense: Vop Sale Coc Etc Offense Type: Felony Status: Active CULVER, DARLA J W/F 1404 Carolina Av Lynn Haven FL Date Issued: 10/23/2012 Offense: Vop False Report Of Child Abuse / Abandonment Of N Offense Type: Felony Status: Active

BROXSON, MICHAEL D W/M 1406 S Berthe Av P-2 Panama City FL Date Issued: 10/24/2012 Offense: Forgery; Utter Forged Inst Offense Type: Felony Status: Active

DAVIS, RENA L W/F 2309 Grand Oaks Ln Panama City Beach FL Date Issued: 10/24/2012 Offense: Vop Forgery Offense Type: Felony Status: Active

BUCKLAND, JEREMY S W/M 12902 Front Beach Rd #3 Panama City Beach FL Date Issued: 10/25/2012 Offense: Vop Fel Bat Offense Type: Felony Status: Active

GALBREITH, YASIN L B/M 125 H L Sudduth Dr Panama City FL Date Issued: 10/24/2012 Offense: Deal In Stolen Property Offense Type: Felony Status: Active

GOSNEY, KEVIN G W/M 9902 W Thomas Dr Panama City FL Date Issued: 10/23/2012 Offense: Grand Theft Offense Type: Felony Status: Active GULLEDGE, MARK W W/M 114 Fernwood Av Panama City Beach FL Date Issued: 10/23/2012 Offense: Ptr Sale Of C/S Offense Type: Felony Status: Active

JACKSON, WILLIAM E B/M 609 Allen Av Panama City FL Date Issued: 10/19/2012 Offense: Vop Fel Bay X2 / Cocaien Smd Offense Type: Felony Status: Active JOHNSON, DONALD J W/M 6215 Ivy Rd B Callaway FL Date Issued: 10/22/2012 Offense: Vop Grand Theft Offense Type: Felony Status: Active KING, JONATHAN D W/M 4016 W 24th St Panama City FL Date Issued: 10/25/2012 Offense: Vop Poss Of Coc/agg Assault W/ Deadly Wpn Offense Type: Felony Status: Active

HARDGE, TASHA M B/F 808 Frank Nelson Dr Panama City FL Date Issued: 10/23/2012 Offense: Grand Theft Auto Offense Type: Felony Status: Active

MACKALL, JERRICK T B/M 917 Forestdale Av Panama City FL Date Issued: 10/23/2012 Offense: Vop Robb No Gun Ddly Wpn Offense Type: Felony Status: Active

HERNANDEZ, ROBERT L U/M 1705 Molitor Av Panama City FL Date Issued: 10/23/2012 Offense: Vop Fel Battery / Grand Theft Offense Type: Felony Status: Active

MARSHALL, JOSEPH C W/M 6823 Big Daddy Dr Panama City Beach FL Date Issued: 10/19/2012 Offense: Fta Operating Motorcycle W/o Lic / Carry Conc Fire Offense Type: Felony Status: Active

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~ BAY COUNTY WARRANTS ~ MASON, TARIQ DIJONSHARI B/M 3914 E 11th Street Panama City FL Date Issued: 10/22/2012 Offense: Animal Cruelty Offense Type: Felony Status: Active

WASHAM, MELANIE B/F 1116 Friendship Av Panama City FL Date Issued: 10/23/2012 Offense: St Fld Info Issue Worthless Check Offense Type: Felony Status: Active

DEAN, WILLIE B/M 3111 E 2nd Plaza Panama City FL Date Issued: 10/19/2012 Offense: Vop Dwlsr- With Knowledge Offense Type: Misdmeanor Status: Active

HUNT, WILLIAM NICHOLAS W/M 6326 N Lagoon Dr Panama City Beach FL Date Issued: 10/23/2012 Offense: Capias For Summons Returned Unexe Battery Dom Offense Type: Misdmeanor Status: Active

MCCLEOD, LATRICIA B/M 613 Cone Av Panama City FL Date Issued: 10/23/2012 Offense: Vop Fel Battery Offense Type: Felony Status: Active

WILKERSON, TINA E W/F 1310 Arthur Av Panama City FL Date Issued: 10/22/2012 Offense: Vop Poss Of C/s Offense Type: Felony Status: Active

DOUGLAS, STEPHEN LADARIUS B/M 4324 W 20th Street Apt O 281 Panama City FL Date Issued: 10/24/2012 Offense: Vop Petit Theft Offense Type: Misdmeanor Status: Active

JOSEPH, PAMELA RENEE B/F 3740 E 9th Street SpringďŹ eld FL Date Issued: 10/24/2012 Offense: Battery General Offense Type: Misdmeanor Status: Active

DUNCKLEY, DREW MICHAEL W/M 710 Illinois Ave Lynn Haven FL Date Issued: 10/24/2012 Offense: Ftpf Driver With Suspended Rovoked License Offense Type: Misdmeanor Status: Active

LITTLEFIELD, GABRIEL W/M 306 S Gay Ave Callaway FL Date Issued: 10/23/2012 Offense: Vop Poss Of Paraphernalia, Poss Of Para Offense Type: Misdmeanor Status: Active

EMANUEL, DONALD C W/M 623 Tate Dr Callaway FL Date Issued: 10/23/2012 Offense: Retail Theft Offense Type: Misdmeanor Status: Active

LOUIS, RICARDO PIERRE B/M 5102 E 12th St Lot 21 Panama City FL Date Issued: 10/23/2012 Offense: Fta Non Jury Trial Offense Type: Misdmeanor Status: Active

FRAZIER, JERMAINE C B/M 1402 A Joe Lewis Dr Panama City FL Date Issued: 10/23/2012 Offense: Ftpf No Valid DL Offense Type: Misdmeanor Status: Active

MASON, TARIQ B/M 3914 E 11th Street Atp D404 Panama City FL Date Issued: 10/19/2012 Offense: Absconded Offense Type: Misdmeanor Status: Active

CHERRY, LENWOOD III B/M 1036 E 7th Court Panama City FL Date Issued: 10/23/2012 Offense: Fta Pre-trial Conf Driver With Sus/revoked License Offense Type: Misdmeanor Status: Active

GARY, EZA S B/F 919 Bay Avenue Panama City FL Date Issued: 10/19/2012 Offense: Capias For Summons Returned Unexecute Battery Gen Offense Type: Misdmeanor Status: Active

MCCLENDON, AMBER K B/F 825 Bradley Cir Lynn Haven FL Date Issued: 10/23/2012 Offense: Capias For Summons Returned Unexe Battery Gen Offense Type: Misdmeanor Status: Active

DARNA, TRISTEN LAMAR W/M 110 W Arm Dr Wewahitchka FL Date Issued: 10/23/2012 Offense: Fta Retail Theft Offense Type: Misdmeanor Status: Active

GRIMES, LEON B/M 810 E 10th Street Panama City FL Date Issued: 10/22/2012 Offense: Vop Dom Violence Batt Offense Type: Misdmeanor Status: Active

MELVIN, CHARLES D W/M 26 W Cooper Dr Panama City FL Date Issued: 10/22/2012 Offense: Agg Batt W/ Deadly Wpn X2 Offense Type: Felony Status: Active PITTMAN, JOHN D W/M 2628 Laurie Av Lot C Panama City Beach FL Date Issued: 10/19/2012 Offense: Deal In Stolen Property Offense Type: Felony Status: Active SILVA, AMBER W/F 3003 Ten Acre Rd Panama City FL Date Issued: 10/25/2012 Offense: Vop Poss Of Oxycodone Offense Type: Felony Status: Active SKIPPER, TRACY W/F 2420 E 2nd Plaza Panama City FL Date Issued: 10/23/2012 Offense: Vop Neglect Of Child Offense Type: Felony Status: Active STUART, NICOLAS WESLEY W/M 2834 A Harrison Ave Panama City FL Date Issued: 10/24/2012 Offense: Felony Domestic Battery Offense Type: Felony Status: Active

WRIGHT, JAMES W/M 1914 Frankford Apt 122 Panama City FL Date Issued: 10/24/2012 Offense: Vop Felony Dui / Dwlsr Offense Type: Felony Status: Active BRINSON, SAMUEL M B/M 5408 Manzonita Dr Panama City FL Date Issued: 10/23/2012 Offense: Ftpf Permitting Unauth Operator To Drive Offense Type: Misdmeanor Status: Active BROWNING, PETETRICK LAMENDEZ B/M 919 Sanders Ln Apt 502 Panam City FL Date Issued: 10/22/2012 Offense: Vop Improper Exhibition Of Firearm Offense Type: Misdmeanor Status: Active

PARDUE, TERESA SUZANNE W/F 16621 Front Beach Rd Apt 225 Panama City Beach FL Date Issued: 10/19/2012 Offense: Capias For Summons Returned Unexe Battery Gen Offense Type: Misdmeanor Status: Active

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hurriedly went into the house and slammed the door

Event Information Reported On: 10/22/2012 Location: 703 PLANTATION CIR PANAMA CITY, FL 32404 BCSO Officer Reporting: J. GREEN Arrest Location: 703 PLANTATION CIR Arresting Officer: GREEN Charges For: Arrest LEE, JAYSON J Charge: DOMESTIC BATT BY STRANGULATION Statute #: 784.031

Narrative On 10/22/2012 at 6:56am I responded to 703 Plantation Cir in reference to a 911 hang-up. Upon arrival I made contact with the victim, Chastity Fowler-Lee, at which time I learned there had been a physical altercation. Chastity had redness around her neck, as well as small abrasions on both sides of her neck. She also had several scratches on the back of her neck. Chastity had dirt all over the back of her clothing and arms. Chastity was reluctant to speak with us at first, but I advised her we were on scene due to her calling. When I first pulled up, I observed a black male exiting a vehicle wearing blue shorts, with no shirt on. I asked him if everything was alright, and he stated yes and then hurriedly went into the house and slammed the door. Chastity stated she and the male, Jayson Lee, were married. She further advised they were involved in an argument earlier in the evening, so she left the residence for a few hours. Chastity told me when she arrived back home, they began fighting again. She told me this time it took place outside in the driveway. Chastity said during the altercation, Jayson grabbed her by the throat and threw her down on the ground. He then got on top of her, and began choking her with both hands. Chastity stated she began to feel as if she were going to pass out. She further stated she was in a well founded fear for her safety. Chastity's injuries were consistent with her statement. The dirt on her clothes was also consistent with being her being on the ground. Chastity told me Jayson got up, and she ran inside and called 911. I made contact with Jayson inside, and learned he had put on a pair of jeans and a hooded sweatshirt. I asked Jayson about the incident, and he stated he did not know what happened. At that time, I placed Jayson under arrest for the offense of Domestic Battery by Strangulation. Jayson was transported to the Bay County Jail without further incident. Dep. Dentamaro took pictures of Chastity's injuries, and also took a sworn taped statement from her as well. These items were included in the case file.

SEVERAL THOUSANDS OF DOLLARS WORTH OF DJ EQUIPMENT Event Information Reported On: 10/22/2012 Location: 2637 CANAL AVE #85 PANAMA CITY, FL 32404 Officer Reporting: N. HALL

Narrative ON THE LISTED DATE AND TIME I WAS DISPATCHED TO

THE LISTED ADDRESS IN REFERENCE TO AN ATTEMPTED BURGLARY. UPON ARRIVAL I MADE CONTACT WITH DARRYL SPENCER WHO STATED THAT SOMEONE HAD ATTEMPTED TO BREAK INTO HIS STORAGE UNIT. I WENT TO UNIT 85 AND OBSERVED A LOCK ON THE GROUND AND BURN MARKS ON A SECOND LOCK WHICH WAS STILL IN PLACE ON THE MECHANISM. THERE WERE ALSO BURN MARKS ON THE MECHANISM AND THE ADJOINING WALL WHERE IT APPEARED THAT SOMEONE HAD USED AN ACETYLENE TORCH IN AN ATTEMPT TO BREAK INTO THE UNIT. SPENCER SAID THAT NOTHING WAS MISSING FROM THE UNIT AND NO ENTRY WAS MADE. SPENCER ADVISED THAT HE HAD SEVERAL THOUSANDS OF DOLLARS WORTH OF DJ EQUIPMENT IN THE UNIT. SPENCER SAID THAT HE DJ'S ALL OVER BAY COUNTY AND PLENTY OF PEOPLE KNOW ABOUT HIS EQUIPMENT BUT IS NOT SURE WHO KNOWS WHERE HE KEEPS IT. THERE WERE NO WITNESSES TO THIS INCIDENT AND THERE ARE NO CAMERAS AT THE COMPLEX. THERE ARE NO SUSPECTS AT THIS TIME. PHOTOGRAPHS OF THE SCENE WERE TAKEN AND WILL BE SUBMITTED INTO EVIDENCE.

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The COUNTY PRESS Honors our FALLEN HEROES Operation Enduring Freedom. Pfc. Shane G. Wilson, 20, of Kuna, Idaho, died Oct. 18, in Khost, Afghanistan. Wilson was assigned to 3rd Battalion, 187th Infantry Regiment, 3rd Brigade Combat Team, 101st Airborne Division (Air Assault), Fort Campbell, Ky.

The Department of Defense announced today the death of two soldiers who were supporting Operation Enduring Freedom. They died of wounds suffered Oct. 25 when their unit was attacked by small arms fire in Khas Uruzgan, Oruzgan Province, Afghanistan. Killed were: Staff Sgt. Kashif M. Memon, 31, of Houston, Texas. He was assigned to the 96th Civil Affairs Battalion (Airborne), 95th Civil Affairs Brigade (Airborne), Fort Bragg, N.C. Sgt. Clinton K. Ruiz, 22, of Murrieta, Calif. He was assigned to the 9th The Department of Defense announced today the death of a soldier who was supporting Operation Enduring Freedom. Chief Warrant Officer Michael S. Duskin, 42, of Orange Park, Fla., died Oct. 23, in Chak District, Wardak Province, Afghanistan, from small arms fire while on dismounted patrol during combat operations. He was assigned to the 1st Battalion, 3rd Special Forces Group, Fort Bragg, N. C. Military Information Support Battalion (Airborne), 8th Military The Department of Defense announced today the death of a soldier who was supporting

The Department of Defense announced today the death of a soldier who was supporting Operation Enduring Freedom. Sgt. Robert J. Billings, 30, of Clarksville, Va., died Oct. 13, in Spin Boldak, Afghanistan, of wounds suffered when enemy forces attacked his unit with an improvised explosive device. He was assigned to the 5th Battalion, 20th Infantry Regiment, 3rd Stryker Brigade Combat Team, 2nd Infantry Division, Joint Base Lewis-McChord, Wash. The Department of Defense announced today the death of a soldier who was supporting Operation Enduring Freedom. Spc. Brittany B. Gordon, 24, of St. Petersburg, Fla., died Oct. 13, in Kandahar, Afghanistan, of wounds suffered when enemy forces attacked her unit with an improvised explosive device. She was assigned to the 572 Military Intelligence Company, 2nd Stryker Brigade Combat Team, 2nd Infantry Division, Joint Base Lewis-McChord, Wash.

National Guard (in Federal Status) and Reserve Activated as of October 23, 2012 Na vy,

The Army National Guard, and Marine Corps

announced this week a decrease in activated Guard members and reservists while the Army Reserve, Air Force and Coast Guard announced an increase. The net collective result is 108 fewer reservists and National Guard members activated in comparison to last week. At any given time, services may activate some units and individuals while deactivating others, making it possible for these figures to either increase or decrease. The total number currently on active duty from the Army National Guard and Army Reserve is 45,292; Navy Reserve, 4,507; Air National Guard and Air Force Reserve, 9,411; Marine Corps Reserve, 2,974; and the Coast Guard Reserve, 703. This brings the total National Guard and Reserve personnel who have been activated to 62,887, including both units and individual augmentees. A cumulative roster of all National Guard and Reserve personnel who are currently activated may be found online at http://www.defense.gov/news MobilizationWeeklyReport102312.p df .

The Department of Defense Prepares for Hurricane Sandy At the direction of Secreta ry P anetta, the Department of Defense is taking aggressive steps to support the Federal Emergency Management Agency (FEMA) and State authorities as Hurricane Sandy moves northward.

With the goal of helping to save lives and property during the storm, the Secretary has agreed with the Governors of Maryland, New Hampshire, New York, New Jersey, Massachusetts and Rhode Island to appoint Dual Status Commanders as the storm approaches. Dual Status Commanders are authorized to command both Federal and State National Guard forces. This special authority enables them to effectively integrate the defense support operations and capabilities that Governors request. The Secretary is prepared to quickly agree to similar requests from other States. At the federal level, the Department's disaster preparedness and response efforts support the Department of Homeland Security and FEMA, and rapidly meet the requests for assistance they provide. United States Northern Command (USNORTHCOM) is placing aviation assets such as light and medium lift helicopters and rescue teams on 24 hour Prepare to Deploy Order status in response to Hurricane Sandy. USNORTHCOM is also providing military installations for FEMA to use to conduct response operations, and is providing specialized planners who will help expedite DoD's response to requests for assistance. The National Guard Bureau is in close coordination with Adjutants General (TAGs) and their disaster response teams in every East Coast state. These State National Guard organizations are coordinating with their respective state emergency management agencies and FEMA regions.

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According to the FBI just-released Crime in the United States 2011 report, the estimated number of violent crimes reported to law enforcement (1,203,564) decreased for the fifth year in a row, while the estimated number of property crimes reported to law enforcement (9,063,173) decreased for the ninth year in a row. Violent Crime The South, the most populous region in the country, accounted for 41.3 percent of all violent crimes (lesser volumes of 22.9 percent were attributed in the West, 19.5 percent in the Midwest, and 16.2 percent in the Northeast). Aggravated assaults accounted for the highest number of estimated violent crimes reported to law enforcement at 62.4 percent. Firearms were used in 67.8 percent of the nation’s murders, 41.3 percent of robberies, and 21.2 percent of aggravated assaults (data on weapons used during forcible rapes is not collected). In 2011, 64.8 percent of murder offenses, 41.2 percent of forcible rape offenses, 28.7 percent of robbery offenses, and 56.9 percent of aggravated assault offenses were “cleared”— either by the arrest of the subject or because law enforcement encountered a circumstance beyond its control that prohibited an arrest after the subject was identified (i.e., death of the subject). Property Crime 43.2 percent of the estimated property crimes occurred in the South (followed by the West with 22.8 percent, the Midwest with 21.1 percent, and the Northeast with 13 percent). Larceny-theft accounted for 68 percent of all property crimes in 2011. Property crimes resulted in estimated losses of $156.6 billion. Also cleared were 21.5 percent of larceny-theft offenses, 12.7 percent of burglary offenses, 11.9 percent of motor vehicle theft offenses, and 18.8 percent of arson offenses. The FBI’s Uniform Crime Reporting (UCR) Program is one of two statistical programs administered by the Department of Justice that measures the magnitude, nature, and impact of crime—the other is the National Crime Victimization Survey (NCVS), conducted by the Bureau of Justice Statistics. Both were designed to complement each other, providing valuable information about aspects of the nation’s crime problem, but users should not compare crime trends between the two programs because of methodology and crime coverage differences.

The UCR Program provides a reliable set of criminal justice statistics for law enforcement administration, operation, and management, as well as to indicate fluctuations in the level of crime, while the NCVS provides previously unavailable information about victims, offenders, and crime…including crimes not reported to police. Additional information about the differences between the two programs can be found in the Nation’s Two Crime Measures section of Crime in the United States. Looking ahead to 2013 and beyond, the UCR Program is working to complete the automation of its data collection system, which will result in improved data collection efforts with new offense categories and revised offense definitions… as well as a faster turnaround time to analyze and publish the data. And beginning with the 2013 data, the new definition for rape will take effect, and the FBI is developing options for law enforcement agencies to meet this requirement, which will be built into the new data collection system.

UCR’s Law Enforcement Officers Killed and Assaulted 2011 and Hate Crimes Statistics 2011 will be available on our website later this fall.

http://www.fbi.gov/about-us/cjis/ucr/crime-in-the-u.s/2011/ crime-in-the-u.s.-2011 ………………………...and at www.BayCountyPress.com

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DRUG TESTING LAW HEADS

TO APPEALS COURT By JIM SAUNDERS THE NEWS SERVICE OF FLORIDA Š

THE CAPITAL, TALLAHASSEE, October 26, 2012.........A federal appeals court will hear arguments next week in a battle about a 2011 Florida law that would require people to pass drug tests before they can start receiving public-assistance benefits. The state is asking the 11th U.S. Circuit Court of Appeals to overturn a district judge's ruling that blocked the law because of concerns it violated the federal constitution's ban on unreasonable searches. The Republican-controlled Legislature and Gov. Rick Scott approved the drug-testing requirement for applicants to the program known as Temporary Assistance for Needy Families, or TANF, which replaced more-traditional welfare in the 1990s. Florida carried out the testing requirement for more than three months, before U.S. District Judge Mary Scriven issued a preliminary injunction in October 2011. In a brief filed early this year, the state said requiring urine tests does not violate the constitution and that TANF is designed to improve family stability and help beneficiaries get jobs. "Drugs are antithetical to both goals, and thus drug testing furthers the program's purposes,'' the brief said. "TANF applicants, who must disclose a broad range of private information in order to participate in the program, have a substantially diminished expectation of privacy. Moreover, drug testing is commonly required in today's society --particularly in the very job market that TANF prepares participants to enter." Meanwhile, a separate case is pending in the appeals court about a Scott effort to require drug testing of state employees. A lower-court judge this year blocked that plan, prompting the governor to appeal. In the TANF case, the state contends that the 2011 law does not force people to take drug tests, though they must pass a test to receive benefits. "If a TANF applicant objects to the drug-testing condition, he is free to decline the offer to participate in the program and no drug test occurs," the brief said. "If the applicant consents, he may participate in the program upon passing a drug test."

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….a former Bay County student and his family enjoy Halloween … a world away….well around the other side of the world… ...our valued troops take time to Have*Halloween*Family*Fun...

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DANVATAVIA MONIQUE JAMES 151 N Charlene Dr Panama City FL B/F Age: 19 Date: 10/22/2012 Offense: Ft Cmply With Ct Order/retail Theft Agency: PCPD

RICHARD ELLIOTT LEAP

KATRINA JOHNSON

615 Jeffrey Lane Lynn Haven FL W/M Age: 33

1334 Lincoln Drive Panama City FL B/F Age: 30

Date: 10/22/2012 Offense: Traffic Offense - Dui Alcohol Or Drugs 1st Off

Date: 10/22/2012 Offense: Ftpf:drivers License Sus/rev Knowingly

Agency: PCPD

Agency: BCSO

SEAN THOMAS DELANEY 1502 Spring Gate Panama City FL W/M Age: 18 Date: 10/22/2012 Offense: Dom:battery - Touch Or Strike; Dom:aggrav Battery - Person Uses A Deadly Weapon Agency: PCPD

TRINITION JAMAL MYERS

TRANNON LAMOND MYERS

Date: 10/22/2012 Offense: Drugs-possess - C/S Wo Rx; Marijuana-sell - Wi 1000ft Worship-busn Sch I; Public Order Crimes - Use 2 Way Comm Device To Facil Felony Agency: MBPD

Date: 10/22/2012 Offense: Drugs-possess - C/S Wo Rx; Marijuana-sell - Wi 1000ft Worship-busn Sch I X2; Public Order Crimes - Use 2 Way Comm Device To Facil Felony Agency: MBPD

228 Williamsburg Rd Wewahitchka FL B/M Age: 26

228 Williamsburg Rd Wewahitchka FL B/M Age: 23

ANGELA KAY SPIVEY

JAYSON JAMES LEE

216 Southfileds Rd Panama City Beach FL W/F Age: 50

703 Plantation Circle Panama City FL B/M Age: 32

Date: 10/22/2012 Offense: Dom:aggrav Battery - Person Uses A Deadly Weapon

Date: 10/22/2012 Offense: Dom:battery - Felony Batt Or Domestic Batt By Strangulation

Agency: BCSO Agency: BCSO

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KATHRYN ELAINE MARTIN

OREITHA LENNETTE BUCKLEY

BRITTANY DENISE BROWN

613 N 9th St Panama City FL W/F Age: 44

3136 East 2nd Place Panama City FL B/F Age: 35

3513 E 1st Ct Panama City FL B/F Age: 25

Date: 10/22/2012 Offense: Child Support

Date: 10/22/2012 Offense: Dom:battery Touch Or Strike

Date: 10/22/2012 Offense: Contempt Of Court

Agency: BCSO

Agency: BCSO Agency: PCPD

300 E 25th St Panama City FL W/M Age: 27 Date: 10/22/2012 Offense: Fta:burg Of Dwelling; Burgl - Occupied Dwelling Unarmed Agency: LHPD

JESSICA MARIE BERANEK

DEVONTIE DERON STOVALL

7811 Deerfield Lane Callaway FL W/F Age: 27

3325 W. 23rd St Panama City FL B/M Age: 18

Date: 10/22/2012 Offense: Larc - Petit 1st Off

Date: 10/22/2012 Offense: Trespassing - Property Not Structure Or Convey; Ftpf - Reckless Driving, No DL

Date: 10/22/2012 Offense: Narcotic Equip-possess - And Or Use; Vop:armed Robbery; Dangerous Drugs Inhale Ingest Harmful Chemicals

Agency: BCSO

Agency: LHPD

Agency: BCSO

MICHAEL LEE BROWN

STACY ELAINE MORRIS 3809 Edwards Rd Southport FL W/F Age: 20

MARISOL MONROEGARCIA 2511 S Cedar Lane Panama City FL H/F Age: 46 Date: 10/22/2012 Offense: Vop:grand Theft Over Twenty Thousand Agency: BCSO

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SCOTTY LEE SHERMAN 610 Minnesota Ave Lynn Haven FL W/M Age: 27 Date: 10/23/2012 Offense: Ftpf:no Valid Dl X2 Bond : 550 Agency: LHPD

BRIAN KEITH WILSON 1300 Cornell Dr Panama City FL W/M Age: 37 Date: 10/23/2012 Offense: Traffic Offense - Dui Alcohol Or Drugs 1st Off Bond : Agency: PCPD Offense: Knowingly Drive While Lic Suspended Revoked Bond : Agency: PCPD

MARK DOUGLAS JOHNSON

SHAWN LEE BOOTS 8734 Bayhead Court

BRIAN REECE DOCKERY 1011 Spring Ave Panama City FL W/M Age: 26 Date: 10/23/2012 Offense: Dom:battery - Felony Batt Or Domestic Batt By Strangulation Bond : Agency: PCPD Offense: Vop:dealing In Stolen Property Bond :

3995 Delisa Ave Panama City FL W/M Age: 50 Date: 10/23/2012 Offense: Fraud-false Statement - To Obtain Unemployment Compensation Bond : Agency: BCSO

Youngstown FL W/M Age: 38 Date: 10/23/2012 Offense: Dom:battery - Touch Or Strike Bond : Agency: BCSO

DERRICK DWAYNE ROBINSON

TODD EDWARD CORNELL

CYNTHIA AMY WAGENHEIM

713 Cactus Ave Panama City FL B/M Age: 31 Date: 10/23/2012 Offense: Vop: Cocaine Poss Bond : Agency: BCSO

17118 Hernando Dr Pcb FL W/M Age: 42 Date: 10/23/2012 Offense: Vop/grand Theft X 2 , C/c Fraud Bond : Ror Agency: BCSO

1508 B Molitor Ave Panama City FL W/F Age: 55 Date: 10/23/2012 Offense: Vop/poss Meth, Manf Meth X2,g.t X2,obstr.crime Bond : Hold With Out Agency: BCSO

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NICOLAS GILBERT CARDANES

CHRISTOPHER CHARLES INNS

Transient Panama City FL H/M Age: 48

5108 Sunwood Rd Panama City FL W/M Age: 31

Date: 10/22/2012 Offense: Fraud-imperson - Display Possess Fictitious Identification Card

Date: 10/22/2012 Offense: Vop: Agg Asslt Agency: BCSO

Transient W/M Age: 32 Date: 10/22/2012 Offense: Larc - Petit 1st Off

ERIKA JANELL RASCON

201 W. 14th St Panama City FL W/M Age: 53

330 Fernwood Street Panama City Baech FL H/F Age: 24

Date: 10/22/2012 Offense: Larc - Grand Of Firearm; Larc - Theft Is 300 Or More But Less Than 5000 Dols

Date: 10/22/2012 Offense: Public Order Crimes - Use 2 Way Comm Device To Facil Felony; Prin/acc:drugstraffic - 4 Grams Less 30 Kg Other Cntrl Subst Agency: BCSO

Agency: BCSO

Agency: PCPD

DEREK ALLAN YOHN

JUSTIN DALE WARREN

JACK RYAN DEAN 1612 Lindenwood Dr Panama City FL B/M Age: 23 Date: 10/23/2012 Offense: Battery Touch Or Strike X2

Agency: PCPD Agency: PCPD

JOSHUA KALEVA RAUANHEIMO 261 Everritt Ave Panama City FL W/M Age: 24

KEVIN MICHAEL SMITH 3604 Betsy Lane Panama City Beach FL W/M Age: 29

Date: 10/23/2012 Offense: Ftpf: Dwlsr; Narcotic Equip-possess - And Or Use

Date: 10/23/2012 Offense: Aggrav Asslt - Weapon - W Deadly Weapon Without Intent To Kill

Agency: PCPD

Agency: BCSO

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MAJOR DEAN MCCOLLUM

RUSSELL BYRON TUCKER

THEMARRIO CARLOS ARMSTEAD

3728 Burnham Way Panama City FL W/M Age: 22

609 Allen Ave Panama City FL W/M Age: 53

713 E 12 Ct Panama City FL B/M Age: 23

Date: 10/23/2012 Offense: Narcotic Equip-possess - And Or Use; Dom:battery - Touch Or Strike

Date: 10/23/2012 Offense: Fta:open Container Right Of Way

Date: 10/23/2012 Offense: Battery - On Officer Firefighter Emt Etc

Date: 10/23/2012 Offense: Nonmoving Traffic Viol - Operate Motor Vehicle Wo Valid License

Agency: BCSO

Agency: PCPD

Agency: FHP

SHANNA FATINA ELHANNAOUI

WILLIAM BRYANT CULPEPPER

JOSEPH AARON SMITH

5203 E Douglas St Panama City FL W/F Age: 24

2100 W. Beach Dr Panama City FL W/M Age: 52

JAMES OSBORN TRansient

Date: 10/23/2012 Offense: Larc - Theft Is 300 Or More But Less Than 5000 Dols

Date: 10/23/2012 Offense: Ftaa Battery Dv

Agency: PCPD

Agency: BCSO Agency: BCSO

B/M

Age: 38

Date: 10/23/2012 Offense: Larc - Petit 1st Degree Property 100 To Und 300 Dols Agency: PCPD

JOSHUA ALLAN CRAIG 3113 13 Th Street Panama City Beach FL W/M Age: 29

14803 Little Blue Ln Panama City FL W/M Age: 23 Date: 10/23/2012 Offense: Fta Ptrl Conf Grand Theft Auto; Resist Officer Flee Elude Leo With Lights Siren Active Agency: FHP

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CHRISTOPHER ALLEN HOSKINSON

ZEBULA JEREMIAH LASTER

DOUG AARON RAYBOURNE

JOHNATHAN WILLIAM BILLIG

Transient Panama City FL W/M Age: 36

12025 Sapp Ln Youngstown FL W/M Age: 31

14940 Burnout Rd Fountain FL W/M Age: 21

601 E. 4th Street Panama City FL W/M Age: 40

Date: 10/23/2012 Offense: Fraud-insuff Funds Check - Make Utter Issue Under 150 Dollars

Date: 10/23/2012 Offense: Ftpf:dwlsr

Date: 10/23/2012 Offense: Ftpf:dwlsr; Knowingly Drive While Lic Suspended Revoked

Date: 10/23/2012 Offense: Child Support

Agency: LHPD

Agency: BCSO

JONATHAN MICHAEL NICOL

Agency: PCPD

Agency: PCPD

MICHAEL LEE ROGERS

DUSTIN DUANE STAFFORD

RASHAWN EUGENE BEATTY

1817 Baltimore Ave Panama City FL W/M Age: 19

1720 Illinois Ave Lynn Haven FL B/M Age: 29 Date: 10/23/2012 Offense: Dom:battery Touch Or Strike

Transient W/M Age: 22

6201 Orange Plz Panama City Beach FL W/M Age: 28

Date: 10/23/2012 Offense: Prin/acc:burgl Unoccupied Structure Unarmed

Date: 10/23/2012 Offense: Burgl - Unoccupied Structure Unarmed

Date: 10/23/2012 Offense: Ftpf:retail Theft

Agency: BCSO

Agency: BCSO

Agency: PCPD Agency: BCSO

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Hall, matthew a.

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mcdonald, julie k.

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KRISTI DIANN (HOLIMAN) HOLLIMAN Homeless Panama City FL B/F Age: 30 Date: 10/24/2012 Offense: Fraud-imperson False Id Given To Leo Agency: PCPD

AVERY LANE GIVENS 332 Fernwood Street Panama City Beach FL W/M Age: 30 Date: 10/24/2012 Offense: Aggrav Battery - Cause Bodily Harm Or Disability; Kidnap-false Imprisonment - Adult

BENJAMIN HOEHN WALTERS

LONDEL AARON LAMAR SMITH

1804 Wilmont Ave. Panama City FL W/M Age: 23

1722 Flowers Avenue Panama City FL B/M Age: 27

Date: 10/24/2012 Offense: Vop: Poss Of Schedule Ii Substance

Date: 10/24/2012 Offense: Ftpf:trespassing General

Agency: PCPD

Agency: BCSO

Agency: BCSO

WANDA VILETTE COLVIN

COREY SEAN WILSON

HERBERT ANDREW DUTTON

JOHN DALTON RICHTER

1905 W. 18th St. Panama City FL B/F Age: 48

12302 Country Club Dr Panama City FL W/M Age: 41

2626 W 23rd St Panama City FL W/M Age: 44

6321 Lenawee Dr Panama City FL W/M Age: 21

Date: 10/24/2012 Offense: Isw:housed For Gulf County Vop: Pwc

Date: 10/24/2012 Offense: Child Support X2

Date: 10/24/2012 Offense: Child Support

Date: 10/24/2012 Offense: Vop-grand Theft

Agency: BCSO

Agency: BCSO

Agency: PCPD

Agency: BCSO

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CRYSTAL LYNN PRIDGEN 3208 E 3rd St Springfield FL W/F Age: 26 Date: 10/23/2012 Offense: Ftaa-retail Theft; Child Support X2 Agency: SPD

ANGELINE MARIE DUFF

STEPHANIE CATHERINE HOUSE Transient Panama City FL W/F Age: 36 Date: 10/23/2012 Offense: Drugs-possess - Poss Meth W Intent To Sell Manufacture Deliver; Narcotic Equip-possess - And Or Use Agency: SPD

MINOR CASCANTE 6201 N Lagoon Dr Panama City Beach FL W/M Age: 44 Date: 10/23/2012 Offense: Dom:battery Touch Or Strike Agency: BCSO

MARK WILLIAM HARDRICK

MICHAEL ANTHONY WILSON

1501 Santa Anita Lynn Haven FL B/M Age: 41

300 Cabana Cay Circle Panama City Beach FL W/M Age: 44

Date: 10/23/2012 Offense: Vop: Child Abuse With Injury

Date: 10/24/2012 Offense: Isw: Fta: Dwlsr

Agency: BCSO

Agency: BCSO

Date: 10/24/2012 Offense: Vop:domestic Battery; Perjury - Not In Official Proceeding

140 Porter Dr Panama City Beach FL W/F Age: 40

PHOEBE EDWINA FERNANDEZ 13728 Capri Ave Fountain FL W/F Age: 48 Date: 10/23/2012 Offense: Disorderly Intox Public Place Cause Disturbance; Public Order Crimes - Use 911 Or E911 False Alarm Or Info Agency: BCSO

BRIAN ANDREW LONG 9331 Resota Beach Drive Southport FL W/M Age: 21 Date: 10/24/2012 Offense: Marijuana-possess - Not More Than 20 Grams Agency: LHPD

Agency: BCSO

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KEVIN LAMBERT ROWLAND

JASSON SCHREIBER

JOEL KEITH JR. WOODS

2820 28th Ct Panama City FL W/M Age: 27

Transient Panama City FL W/M Age: 29

Date: 10/24/2012 Offense: Larc - Petit 1st Off

Date: 10/24/2012 Offense: Larc - Petit 2nd Off; Vop: Retail Theft

Date: 10/24/2012 Offense: Child Support

Agency: BCSO

Agency: BCSO

SHANE MICHAEL ROUSE

IAN PATRICK SMITH

908 Radcliff Ave Lynn Haven FL W/M Age: 23

3725 Wild Turkey Ln. Southport FL W/M Age: 20

CARLTON JEROME JOHNSON

Date: 10/24/2012 Offense: Isw: Stalking

Date: 10/24/2012 Offense: Vop: Burg Unocupied Structure

Date: 10/24/2012 Offense: Isw: Contempt Of Court/no Valid Dl

Date: 10/24/2012 Offense: Ffj: Grand Theft Auto

Agency: BCSO

Agency: PCPD

Agency: Fhp

Agency: PCPD

6456 Summer Oak Dr Pan Cit Bch FL W/M Age: 50 Date: 10/24/2012 Offense: Fta-battery Agency: BCSO

MATTHEW ROSS PETERS 1102 Frankford Ave Panama City FL W/M Age: 33

Agency: PCBPD

RODNEY DWAYNE GRIGGS 911 Forestdale Avenue Panama City FL B/M Age: 28

4512 Carla Lane Panama City FL B/M Age: 23

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PRINCETON LATRAI BARNES 420 N Berthe Panama City FL B/M Age: 25 Date: 10/24/2012 Offense: Resist Officer With Violence Agency: BCSO

JOSEPH SCOTT LOWE 2600 Allison Ave Panama City Beach FL W/M Age: 41 Date: 10/24/2012 Offense: Vop: Dui 2nd Offense Agency: BCSO

MISTY MICHELLE WILLIAMS 7241 Coe Rd Panama City FL W/F Age: 31

DEREK ROBERT (REDWING) TOWNSEND Lives On A Boat Panama City FL W/M Age: 41

Date: 10/24/2012 Offense: Nonmoving Traffic Viol - Operate Motor Vehicle Wo Valid License; Nonmoving Traffic Viol - Attach Registration License Plate Not As Agency: LHPD

Date: 10/24/2012 Offense: Disorderly Intox - Disorder Intox Public Place Cause Disturbance Agency: PPD

PATRICIA FRANCENE RIGAUD

ROBERT EDWARD KELLY

MARCOS ENRIQUE MERCADO

MICHAEL DAVID HUGHES

70 North Wall Street Panama City Beach FL W/F Age: 50

216 Toledo Pl Panama City Beach FL W/M Age: 50

1601 N James Ave Panama City FL W/M Age: 29

1913 Clay Ave Panama City FL W/M Age: 22

Date: 10/24/2012 Offense: Knowingly Drive While Lic Suspended Revoked

Date: 10/25/2012 Offense: Fta - Dwlsr

Date: 10/25/2012 Offense: Isw - Battery; Isw - False Imprisionment

Date: 10/25/2012 Offense: Traffic Offense - Dui Alcohol Or Drugs 1st Off

Agency: FHP

Agency: PCPD

Agency: BCSO Agency: PCPD

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RAVEN NICHOL BRADLEY

EDDIE L WILLIAMS, JR

KALEIGH ELIZABETH EDWARDS

319 Oleander Street Panama City FL W/F Age: 24

121 Sea Grass Way Panama City FL B/M Age: 44

3037 Douglas Rd Panama City FL W/F Age: 19

Date: 10/25/2012 Offense: Vop: Child Neglect

Date: 10/25/2012 Offense: Veh Theft Grand 3rd Degree

Date: 10/25/2012 Offense: Larc - Petit 1st Degree Property 100 To Und 300 Dols; Stolen Prop-deal In

Date: 10/25/2012 Offense: Burgl - Unoccupied Structure Unarmed; Larc - Theft Is 300 Or More But Less Than 5000 Dols

Agency: BCSO

Agency: BCSO

FRANCIS DEWEY WARFIELD

RODNEY DUANE EVOU

Agency: BCSO Agency: BCSO

DANA VU BUI 119 N. Lakewood Dr Panama City FL A/F Age: 22 Date: 10/25/2012 Offense: Nonmoving Traffic Viol - Drive While Lic Susp Habitual Offender

JAMES DUSTIN SUTTON 1304 Paddock Club Drive Panama City Beach FL W/M Age: 22 Date: 10/25/2012 Offense: Marijuana-possess - Possess Marijuana Over 20 Grams; Narcotic Equip-possess - And Or Use

208 N Hwy 22a Panama City FL W/M Age: 62 Date: 10/25/2012 Offense: Disord Conduct Agency: BCSO

JEFFREY TODD MAPLES 107 Gray Avenue Panama City FL W/M Age: 21

1304 Padock Club Drive Panama City FL W/M Age: 19 Date: 10/25/2012 Offense: Marijuana-possess - Not More Than 20 Grams; Narcotic Equip-possess - And Or Use

Agency: PCPD Agency: PCBPD

Agency: PCBPD

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MICHAEL JEFFERY SALVITELLI

KENNETH TYRONE MCINTYRE

MARY ELIZABETH MOSELEY

RAINY MICHAEL VALLOTTO HOGG

0000 Transient Panama City Bch FL W/M Age: 48

6703 Cherry St Panama City FL B/M Age: 27

6431 N. Ridge Rd Youngstown FL W/F Age: 50

119 Razz Way Panama City Beach FL W/M Age: 29

Date: 10/25/2012 Offense: Vop: Dwlsr; Veh Theft - Grand 3rd Degree; Vop: Battery

Date: 10/25/2012 Offense: Dom:battery Touch Or Strike

Date: 10/25/2012 Offense: Knowingly Drive While Lic Suspended Revoked; Traffic Offense - Fail To Have Mtr Veh Liability Insurance Agency: BCSO

Date: 10/25/2012 Offense: Drugs-possess - Poss Meth W Intent To Sell Manufacture Deliver; Narcotic Equip-possess - And Or Use Agency: BCSO

JOMILA MAE (SALEH) PARKER

SHONNA LORRAINE SWOPE

6321 Lenawee Street Callaway FL W/F Age: 41

2723 West 19th St Panama City FL W/F Age: 42

Date: 10/25/2012 Offense: Larc - Petit 1st Off; Vop-burglary

Date: 10/25/2012 Offense: Larc - Petit 1st Off; Fraud-illeg Use Credit Cards - Use More 2 Time 6 Ms Obt Gds Mney Agency: BCSO

Agency: BCSO Agency: BCSO

DIETRA VELLETTE (WEAVER) BROWN 5123 Park Street Panama City FL B/F Age: 48 Date: 10/25/2012 Offense: Vop: Drug Offender Program

TAMMY SUE GARRETT 2133 St. Andrews Blvd Panama City FL W/F Age: 53 Date: 10/25/2012 Offense: Narcotic Equip-possess - And Or Use Agency: PCPD

Agency: BCSO

Agency: PPD

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Event Information Reported On: 10/22/2012 Officer Reporting: W. STRICKLAND Narrative ON THE ABOVE DATE AND TIME, DEPUTY PERRY AND I (CPL. STRICKLAND) RESPONDED TO A REPORT OF A STRUCTURE FIRE LOCATED AT 1128 S GAY AVENUE ROAD D LOT G-72. UPON ARRIVAL WE FOUND FOUR YOUNG GIRLS STANDING OUTSIDE THE RESIDENCE CRYING HYSTERICALLY. I ASKED THEM WHERE WERE THEIR PARENTS AND THEY STATED INSIDE THE HOUSE. I RELAYED THIS INFORMATION TO OUR COMMUNICATIONS DIVISION FOR THE PURPOSE OF LETTING THE FIRE DEPARTMENT KNOW WE HAD TWO SUBJECTS STILL INSIDE THE STRUCTURE. DEPUTY PERRY AND I ENTERED THE MOBILE HOME WHICH WAS FILLED WITH SMOKE TO LOCATE THE PARENTS. ONCE INSIDE THE STRUCTURE WE WERE ABLE TO LOCATE THE CHILDREN'S FATHER, JOHN PHAGAN WHO WAS ON HIS KNEES CHOKING DUE TO THE AMOUNT OF SMOKE INSIDE THE HOME. MR. PHAGAN'S WIFE WAS ALSO INSIDE THE HOME COUGHING, AND CALLING FOR THEIR DOG. DEPUTY PERRY AND I ESCORTED THEM OUTSIDE OF THE HOME AS QUICK AS POSSIBLE. ONCE OUTSIDE THE MOBILE HOME MR. PHAGAN AND HIS WIFE SEEMED TO BE HAVING A VERY HARD TIME BREATHING. MR. AND MRS. PHAGAN KEPT CHOKING AND COUGHING. DUE TO THIS

FACT I REQUESTED EMERGENCY MEDICAL SERVICES (EMS) RESPOND TO THE SCENE QUICKLY. EMS HAD A QUICK RESPONSE TIME AND ARRIVED ON SCENE MINUTES AFTER I CALLED THEM. EMS CHECKED ON THE PHAGANS BUT IT WAS LATER DETERMINED THEY WERE OKAY. THE PHAGANS CHILDREN WERE VERY CONCERNED ABOUT THEIR PET DOG WHO THEY BELIEVED WAS STILL INSIDE THE SMOKE FILLED HOME. DEPUTY PERRY AND I REENTERED THE HOME IN ATTEMPT TO FIND THE PET BUT WE HAD TO VACATE THE HOUSE TO AVOID BEING A VICTIM OF THE SMOKE. A SHORT TIME LATER THE CALLAWAY FIRE DEPARTMENT ARRIVED ON SCENE AND BEGAN TREATING THE FIRE COMING FROM THE KITCHEN'S STOVE. THE FIRE DEPARTMENT QUICKLY LOCATED THE SOURCE OF THE FIRE AND SMOKE. THE FIRE DEPARTMENT WAS ABLE TO EXTINGUISH THE FIRE. LT. BEN WITH CALLAWAY FIRE STATED THE FIRE WAS A RESULT OF MRS. PHAGAN BOILING A POT OF TEA ON THE STOVE. THE POT OVER FLOWED AND SOME ITEMS NEAR THE STOVE CAUGHT FIRE AND BEGAN TO SMOKE. LT. BEN STATED THE ONLY DAMAGE CAUSED BY THE FIRE WAS MINOR DAMAGE TO THE STOVE AND SMOKE DAMAGE TO THE WALLS OF THE HOME. MR. PHAGAN WAS GIVEN CASE INFORMATION CARD IN REFERENCE TO THIS INCIDENT. LATER ON THIS DATE DEPUTY PERRY LOCATED MR.

PHAGANS DOG OUTSIDE THE HOME. THE DOG WAS UNHARMED AND RETURNED TO MR. PHAGAN AND HIS DAUGHTERS. MR. PHAGAN AND HIS FAMILY WERE ABLE TO STILL STAY IN THEIR HOME AFTER THE FIRE DEPARTMENT USED A BLOWER DEVICE TO REMOVE THE SMOKE OUT OF THE HOME.

MR. PHAGAN WAS VERY THANKFUL ABOUT OUR AGENCY'S RESPONSE TIME AND SERVICES HE RECEIVED FROM OUR AGENCY, EMS, AND THE CALLAWAY FIRE DEPARTMENT.

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STEVEN EDWARD HUTCHISON

REBECCA ANN WAGES

4103 Luff St Panama City Beach FL W/M Age: 45

3724 Fredrickson St Southport FL W/F Age: 31

Date: 10/22/2012 Offense: Hit And Run - Leave Scene Of Crash Involve Damage To Prop X2 Knowingly Drive While Lic Suspended Revoked X2

Date: 10/22/2012 Offense: Dom:battery - Touch Or Strike Drugs-possess - Cntrl Sub Wo Prescription

MICHAEL SHAWN CLARK 121 Rowe Avenue Panama City FL W/M Age: 38 Date: 10/24/2012 Offense: Carrying Concealed Weapon Electric Weapon Or Device Drugs-possess - Poss Meth W Intent To Sell Manufacture Deliver

Vop: Dui

Evidence-destroying - Tamper With Or Fabricate Physical

Nonmoving Traffic Viol - Attach Registration License Plate Not As

Drugs-health Or Safety - Possess New Legend Drug Wo Prescription X3

Fta: Retail Theft

Agency: FHP

Agency: BCSO

Agency: BCSO

Narcotic Equip-possess - And Or Use Child Support

CARLOS RAUL DIAZ-ORTIZ

KIMBLEY FAYE JOHNSON

JOHN ALTON KNIGHT

2502 W. 21st. Street Panama City FL W/M Age: 25

920 Elm Ave Panama City FL B/F Age: 47

9027 Road Runner Place Youngstown FL W/M Age: 46

Date: 10/25/2012 Offense: Flee/elude Police - Fail To Obey Leo Order To Stop

Date: 10/25/2012 Offense: Knowingly Drive While Lic Suspended Revoked Narcotic Equip-possess - And Or Use

Nonmoving Traffic Viol - DWLSR 1st Off Cocaine-possess - Possess Cocaine Resist Officer - Obstruct Wo Violence Traffic Offense - Dui Alcohol Or Drugs 1st Off

Smuggle Contraband Into Prison - Inmate Introduce Remove Or Posse

Agency: FHP

Agency: SPD

Date: 10/25/2012 Offense: Knowingly DWLSR Resist Officer - Flee Elude Leo With Lights Siren Active Nonmoving Traffic Viol Drive While Lic Susp 1st Off Fail To Reg As Crim Reg Fail To Register Convicted Felon Agency: BCSO

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JEREMY SCOTT BUCKLAND

BRANDON RAYSHUNE MCGEE

12902 Front Beach Road Panama City Beach FL W/M Age: 20

6325 Omoko St Panama City FL B/M Age: 24

Date: 10/25/2012 Offense: Vop- Domestic Battery

Date: 10/25/2012 Offense: Vop - Poss Cont Sub < 20

Date: 10/25/2012 Offense: Larc - Theft Is 300 Or More But Less Than 5000 Dols; Veh Theft - Grand 3rd Degree

Date: 10/25/2012 Offense: Knowingly Drive While Lic Suspended Revoked

Agency: BCSO

Agency: BCSO

Agency: FHP

ANTHONY EDWARD GILMORE

WIBERT ANGELO FAISON

GREGORY MICHAEL BURDESHAW

3037 Douglas Rd. Panama City FL W/M Age: 23

1024 Massalina Ave. Panama City FL B/M Age: 54

1420 Balboa Ave. Panama City FL W/M Age: 20

Date: 10/26/2012 Offense: Stolen Prop-deal In; Larc - Petit 1st Degree Property 100 To Und 300 Dols

Date: 10/26/2012 Offense: Cocaine-possess - Possess Cocaine; Narcotic Equip-possess - And Or Use

Agency: BCSO

Agency: PCPD

Date: 10/26/2012 Offense: Disorderly Intox Public Place Cause Disturbance; Health-safety - Prevent Hinder Firefighter Or Equipment Agency: PCPD

Agency: PCBPD

SUSAN J GOINS 3904 Oceanview Dr. Panama City Beach FL W/F Age: 33 Date: 10/26/2012 Offense: Dom:battery Touch Or Strike Agency: BCSO

HILARY NICOLE MCNEIL 201 N Bonita Ave Panama City FL W/F Age: 26

WILLIAM LUTHER CASSELL 21809 Dolphin Ave. Panama City Beach FL W/M Age: 27

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ERIN RENEE WALKER 13102 Agave Street Panama City Beach FL W/ F Age: 20 Date: 10/26/2012 Offense: Nonmoving Traffic Viol - Drive While Lic Susp 1st Off Agency: PCPD

NORMAN TODD CAMPBELL

FARREN RUTH BRADFORD

1117 S.tyndall Pkwy Panama City FL W/ M Age: 44

2722 S Pleasant Oak Ct Panama City Bch FL W/ F Age: 25

Date: 10/26/2012 Offense: Traffic Offense - Dui Alcohol Or Drugs 1st Off Bond

Date: 10/26/2012 Offense: Dom:battery - Touch Or Strike Agency: BCSO

NORMAN LEE WIGGINS 8011 Front Beach Rd. Panama City Beach FL B/ M Age: 30 Date: 10/26/2012 Offense: Vop:poss. Cntrl Substance Grand Theft Agency: BCSO

Agency: PCPD

DARYL WESLEY BOGGS 306 Hibiscus Ave. Panama City Beach FL W/ M Age: 26 Date: 10/26/2012 Offense: Traffic Offense - Dui Alcohol Or Drugs 1st Off Agency: PCBPD

THERESA GALE BLACK

DARRELL FRANK SPENCE

JENNIFER ASHLEY DEMARCUS

2415 Minn Ave Lynn Haven FL W/ F Age: 50

2300 N. Sherman Ave Panama City FL W/ M Age: 56

1414 Illinois Lynn Haven FL W/ F Age: 24

Date: 10/26/2012 Offense: Cfsru/tresspass Of Dwelling

Date: 10/26/2012 Offense: Fta - Grand Theft

Date: 10/26/2012 Offense: Ftpf/dwlsr

Agency: BCSO

Agency: LHPD

Agency: BCSO

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ERIC SCOTT STAFFORD

EDEN ALANNAH PETERS

6321 Orlando Rd Panama City FL W/ M Age: 21

6010 Wedgewood Cir Youngstown FL W/ F Age: 20

JERROLD DEWAYNE STEWART

CHARLES DUANE MELVIN

717 E. 11th Ct Panama City FL B/ M Age: 36

26 W. Cooper Dr Parker FL W/ M Age: 41

Date: 10/26/2012 Offense: Larc - Theft Is 300 Or More But Less Than 5000 Dols

Date: 10/26/2012 Offense: Vop: Ufi

Date: 10/26/2012 Offense: Knowingly Drive While Lic Suspended Revoked

Date: 10/26/2012 Offense: Vop:agg Battery W/ Deadly Weapon X2

Agency: LHPD

Agency: PPD

JAMES WILLIAM BROWN

TOMMY JOE HAMILTON

SHAONE DALE BURGETT

1211 Carolina Ave Lynn Haven FL W/ M Age: 46

1009 W. 28th Place Panama City FL W/ M Age: 32

1737 2nd St Southport FL W/ M Age: 38

Date: 10/26/2012 Offense: Dom:battery Touch Or Strike

Date: 10/26/2012 Offense: Nonmoving Traffic Viol - Operate Motor Vehicle Wo Valid License

Date: 10/26/2012 Offense: Isw: Child Support

Agency: BCSO Agency: SPD

CHARLES FREDRICK RINALDI 8115 Thomas Dr Panama City Beach FL W/ M Age: 41 Date: 10/26/2012 Offense: Nonmoving Traffic Viol - Operate Motor Vehicle Wo Valid License Agency: BCSO

Agency: BCSO

Agency: LHPD Agency: PCPD

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CHARLES RYAN HOLCOMB

ROBERT DANIEL EANES

CHARLOTTE ANN APPEL

7032 Lisa Lane Panama City FL W/ M Age: 23

500 W Gulf Blvd Panama City FL W/ F Age: 43

Date: 10/26/2012 Offense: Larc - Grand Theft 5000 Or More Less Than 10k Dols; Resist Officer - Obstruct Wo Violence; Rec : Robbery With A Weapon Agency: BCSO

Date: 10/26/2012 Offense: Vop - Burg X 2; Larc Petit 1st Off; Stolen Prop-deal In

Date: 10/26/2012 Offense: Vop/dwlsr

NICHOLAS ALLEN WHITMORE

CHARLIE MAC SIDES

ROBERT WILLIE IVEY

201 Cape Circle Panama City Beach FL W/ M Age: 39

Transient Panama City FL B/ M Age: 55

7639 Olde Mill Rd Southport FL W/ M Age: 63

Date: 10/26/2012 Offense: Fail To Reg As Crim Reg - Fail To Register Convicted Felon

Date: 10/26/2012 Offense: Trespassing Structure Or Conveyance

Date: 10/26/2012 Offense: Sex Offender Violation - Fail To Register As Required

Agency: PCPD

Agency: BCSO

2724 S. Pleasant Oak Ct Panama City Beach FL W/ M Age: 18

8024 Palm Cove Blvd Panama City FL W/ M Age: 18 Date: 10/26/2012 Offense: Larc - Grand Theft 5000 Or More Less Than 10k Dols Agency: Fwc

Agency: BCSO

JOHN MARTIN PATE 6522 Shady Lane Panama City Beach FL W/ M Age: 44 Date: 10/26/2012 Offense: Child Support Agency: BCSO

Agency: BCSO

ROBERT HEINZ COLLIER

Agency: PCBPD

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GREGORY ALLEN JORDAN 512 Williams Ave. Panama City FL W/ M Age: 47 Date: 10/26/2012 Offense: Ftaa: Assault Agency: PCPD

BRENT ALLEN LAYCOCK

VICTOR HUGO RAMIREZ

Transient W/ M Age: 26

1313 St. Andrews Blvd Panama City FL H/ M Age: 26

Date: 10/26/2012 Offense: Aggrav Battery - Cause Bodily Harm Or Disability; Knowingly Drive While Lic Suspended Revoked Agency: SPD

MARKUS STRETZ 511 S. Bonita Ave

DENISE ANN CANNONE

Panama City FL W/ M Age: 45

4200 W. 19th St Panama City FL W/ F Age: 34

Date: 10/27/2012 Offense: Marijuana-possess - Not More Than 20 Grams; Cocaine-possess - Possess Cocaine

Date: 10/27/2012 Offense: Marijuana-possess - Not More Than 20 Grams; Narcotic Equip-possess - And Or Use

Agency: PCPD

Agency: PCPD

Date: 10/26/2012 Offense: Nonmoving Traffic Viol - Attach Registration License Plate Not As; Nonmoving Traffic Viol - Operate Motor Vehicle Wo Valid License; Ftpf - No Valid Dl Agency: BCSO

BRADLEY STEPHEN BALLARD 4200 W. 19th St Panama City FL W/ M Age: 28 Date: 10/27/2012 Offense: Vop - Poss Meth Witd, Manuf Meth Agency: PCPD

CURTIS MALCOLM POLSTON 425 N. Comet Ave Panama City FL W/ M Age: 26 Date: 10/27/2012 Offense: Moving Traffic Viol - Reckless Driving 1st Off Agency: PPD

CHAD WILLIAM YONALLY 1131 Oak Ave Panama City FL W/ M Age: 29 Date: 10/27/2012 Offense: Vop - Poss Marij < 20, Poss Para Agency: PCPD

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ELBERT RUSSELL CLUBBS, JR

PERRY WILLIAM KIGGANS

DESTIN AARON VALLANUEVA

WILLIAM PAUL HENDRICKSON

Transient W/ M Age: 55

4054 W. 19th St Panama City FL W/ M Age: 28

615 Live Oak Ln Panama City Beach FL W/ M Age: 20

1600 Flower Avenue Panama City FL W/ M Age: 21

Date: 10/27/2012 Offense: Disorderly Intox - Disorder Intox Public Place Cause Disturbance

Date: 10/27/2012 Offense: Drugs-possess - Cntrl Sub Wo Prescription

Date: 10/27/2012 Offense: Disorderly Intox - Disorder Intox Public Place Cause Disturbance

Date: 10/27/2012 Offense: Disorderly Intox - Disorder Intox Public Place Cause Disturbance

Agency: PCPD

Agency: PCPD Agency: BCSO

Agency: BCSO

CESAR ROBLES 4535 E. Hwy 98

LARRY EDWARD DEAN

DENNIS JAMES GAUNT

ERICK ALAN HAYES

2101 Anne Ave Panama City Beach FL W/ M Age: 29

921 Bradford Circle Lynn Haven FL W/ M Age: 22

Date: 10/27/2012 Offense: Dom:battery Touch Or Strike

Date: 10/27/2012 Offense: Traffic Offense - Dui Alcohol Or Drugs 1st Off

Agency: BCSO

Agency: MBPD

Panama City FL H/ M Age: 33 Date: 10/27/2012 Offense: Knowingly Drive While Lic Suspended Revoked; Traffic Offense - Dui Alcohol Or Drugs 1st Off

3910 Venetian Circle Panama City FL W/ M Age: 29 Date: 10/27/2012 Offense: Traffic Offense - Dui Alcohol Or Drugs 1st Off Agency: LHPD

Agency: PCPD

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JEFFERY CLIFFORD GLAZE 701 Minnesota Ave Panama City FL W/ M Age: 36

DARLA J CULVER 1404 Carolina Ave

JEFFERY STEVE MINCY, SR

LUCIAN BLAIR GRAY 12006 Fern Dale St Fountain FL W/ M Age: 44

Lynn Haven FL W/ F Age: 51

Parker Inn Parker FL B/ M Age: 51

Date: 10/27/2012 Offense: Vop - Reckless Driving W/ Alcohol

Date: 10/27/2012 Offense: Making False Report - Make False Report Of Child Abuse

Date: 10/27/2012 Offense: Stolen Prop-deal In

Date: 10/27/2012 Offense: Ffj: Larc Over 10,000

Agency: PCPD

Agency: LHPD

Agency: BCSO

Agency: LHPD

DENNIS JAY NICHOLS

HAROLD GERMAN ROY

522 N. Tyndall Pkway Panama City FL W/ M Age: 59

609 Allen Ave Panama City FL W/ M Age: 54

JACARY CHAZTON GHANT

VINCENT EDWARD THOMPSON

Date: 10/27/2012 Offense: Neglect Child Without Great Harm

Date: 10/27/2012 Offense: Ffj: Dui Agency: PCPD

Agency: BCSO

912 Hunington Drive Panama City FL B/ M Age: 23

Date: 10/27/2012 Offense: Marijuana-possess - Not More Than 20 Grams; Narcotic Equip-possess - And Or Use; Smuggle Contraband - Introduce Into Detention Facility Agency: PCPD

4521 E. Bus 98 Parker FL W/ M Age: 42 Date: 10/27/2012 Offense: Traffic Offense - Dui Alcohol Or Drugs 1st Off Agency: PPD

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KELVIN MARCELLOUS THOMAS

SAMMIE LEE MITCHELL

TRAVIS LEE PIERCE

814 Mac Arthur Ave Panama City FL B/ M Age: 56

120 Margaret Circle Lynn Haven FL W/ M Age: 27

Date: 10/28/2012 Offense: Dom:battery Touch Or Strike

Date: 10/28/2012 Offense: Disorderly Intox - Disorder Intox Public Place Cause Disturbance

Date: 10/28/2012 Offense: Knowingly Drive While Lic Suspended Revoked

Agency: PCPD

Agency: PCPD

TONY LADARE MOORE

SARAH NICOLE BUTLER

1133 Beck Ave Panama City FL W/ M Age: 47

9236 N. Holland Rd Southport FL W/ F Age: 30

Date: 10/28/2012 Offense: Drugs-Poss Meth W Intent To Sell Manufacture Deliver; Narcotic Equip-possess - And Or Use; Resist Officer - Obstruct Wo Violence Bond : 500

Date: 10/28/2012 Offense: Dom:battery Touch Or Strike

534 E. 9th St Panama City FL B/ M Age: 37

Agency: BCSO

Agency: BCSO

DOUGLAS JEFFREY MITCHELL 3353 W. Hwy 98 Panama City FL W/ M Age: 41 Date: 10/28/2012 Offense: Dom:battery Touch Or Strike Agency: PCPD

KATHERINE JANAY HOWARD 905 W. 26th St Lynn Haven FL W/ F Age: 22 Date: 10/28/2012 Offense: Cruelty Toward Child - Abuse Without Great Harm Agency: LHPD

SINCERAY N HOWELL 1017 Britton Rd Lynn Haven FL W/ F Age: 32 Date: 10/28/2012 Offense: Battery Touch Or Strike Agency: PCBPD

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Come and join us a the Panhandle Pioneer Settlement Saturday, November 10, 2012, 9am - 2pm (CST) for our “Craft Fair” …..Free Admission

We will have all kinds of handmade crafts such as; pottery, leather works, iron works, wood works, soap making, soapstone carving, shell carving, needlepoint, quilting, candle making, native American, basket weaving, jewelry makers, crochet, glass, knives, and so much more. Enjoy browsing for your favorite craft in the cool environment of the Gym. Come and enjoy the day with us. You’re sure to find something. If you or anyone know would like to participate in our “Craft Fair” please RSVP by October 28, 2012 reserve your table or space. The Panhandle Pioneer Settlement is a living museum documenting rural life in NW Florida since the early 1800’s. It is located in Sam Atkins Park , about 1 mile west of the intersection of Hwy 71 and Hwy 20. Follow Hwy 20 West out of Blountstown. Look for signs for Sam Atkins Park . Turn North at Lindy’s Fried Chicken. Silas Green St. (between 18th & 20th St .). Follow the signs. For more information, contact the Settlement at 850-674-2777 or info@panhandlepioneer.org

Rachel C. Liberty

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Michelle VASHER of 139 Downing St. Panama City Beach 00 Is WANTED FOR NON PAYMENT OF A 2000 OLDS BRAVADA…... TAN IN COLOR

Linda Michelle Proctor Of 1016 Bob Little Road, Lot 7 Panama City 2003 Pontiac Grand Am (Blue)

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Hot Jobs for Adults

To find out more about these or other available jobs visit www.employflorida.com or call the Workforce Center (850) 872-4340 and refer to the reference number. Visit the Workforce Center for daily new job listings. On the Job Training Program If you are unemployed, and receiving unemployment benefits or have exhausted unemployment benefits you may be eligible for the Workforce Center’s On the Job Training program. Through this federally funded grant program, the Workforce Center can help place qualifying individuals into a job where they can get hands on experience in a new field. Find out more by calling (850) 872-4340 ext. 108. Assistant Collections Officer Apply on company website. Obtain a referral from the Workforce Center. High School Diploma or GED and minimum of 12 months work experience. Controls delinquent loan accounts, collects delinquent loan payments and negative share accounts. Hours vary, rotating shifts. Salary $13.00 per hour. FL9715289 Bell 407 Instructor Pilot (Taji, Iraq) Email resume. Obtain a referral from the Workforce Center. Bachelor’s Degree. Experience: minimum of 60 months. This is a full time position. *Meet all requirements to attend the Bell 407 Flight and Ground and Bell 407 Operational Check Flight Courses at the Bell Helicopter Training Academy. *Pilots must remain medically qualified (IAW AR 95-20) throughout the deployment. The basic professional qualification for all Instructor Pilots is that they be previously qualified as US Army OH-58D Kiowa Warrior Instructor Pilots (MOS 152DC). This company has an immediate need for fill these positions. Salary $102,000 - $175,000 year. FL9700289 Executive Housekeeper Obtain a job referral from the Workforce Center and follow employer’s instructions. High School Diploma, 60 months experience. The Executive Housekeeper is responsible for the entire scope and operation of the Housekeeping Department under the guidance of the General Manager. Responsibilities include assisting with the hiring

and training of all Housekeeping personnel; and handling guests complaints or problems in a quick and efficient manner including lost, found, and missing items. Responsible for maintaining the housekeeping key inventory system. Responsible for maintaining a safe working environment as well as a good working relationship with other departments. Salary $40,000 or DOE. FL9720951 Senior Project Manager Apply on company website. Obtain a referral from the Workforce Center. Bachelor’s Degree. 36 months experience. Leads, manages, and implements corporate projects and key initiatives. Assess business needs and project objectives to structure, manage, and control projects through project and business lifecycles. Develops and prioritizes key activities, deliverables, and other related efforts to ensure that projects meet their stated objectives, are delivered on time, within budget and with a high quality. Salary $59,200.00 annual. FL9713437 Senior Software Developer Apply at company website. Obtain a referral from the Workforce Center. No minimum education. No minimum experience. Supports multiple Department of Defense projects. Responsibilities include software integration, software development, virtual server management and network administration. Primary tasking will include configuring and managing virtual servers in VMware vSphere 5 environments. These virtual servers host a range of services and operating systems. Services hosted on these virtual servers include command and control systems such as C2PC and Command Post of the Future, client imaging technology such as Altiris and SharePoint portal services. Candidate must be familiar with the following technologies: VMware, Windows Server 2008 R2, Active Directory, Debian Linux, C# and SharePoint. Experience with Cisco networking configuration is a plus. Candidate should be able to travel to support system fielding and test events. Clearance Required: This position requires access to classified information and systems, therefore candidates may be subject to a security investigation, and must be able to meet the eligibility requirements to obtain and maintain a minimum of Secret clearance issued by the U.S. Government. Salary DOE. FL9721300

Tax Preparer Obtain a job referral from the Workforce Center and follow employer’s instructions. No minimum education. 24 months prior work experience in preparing tax returns for individuals or small businesses. Must have a valid PTIN or the ability to pass the IRS background check in order to obtain a PTIN. Salary DOE FL9721427 Veterinary Technician Email resume to employer. Get a job referral from the Workforce Center. High School Diploma or GED. 12 months experience as a Vet Technician. Must know how to draw blood and give vaccines. Duties: Assist doctor in surgeries, draw blood and give vaccines. Salary DOE. FL9718747

Hot Jobs for Youth

To find out more about these or other available jobs visit www.employflorida.com or call the Workforce Center (850) 872-4340 and refer to the reference number. You must be 16-21 years old to apply. Visit the Workforce Center for daily new job listings. Restaurant Team Member Obtain referral from Workforce Center and apply direct with employer. Team Members Needed for New Restaurant. Work will be performed in Lynn Haven and Panama City, FL. Must be 16 years of age or older and must have a valid Florida Driver's License. No minimum education. Employer will provide training for assigned duties. As a Team Member, report to Manager and /or Management person on duty. Seeking applicants with the ability to complete the correct tasks to properly handle observed situations. Have the ability to interpret oral and written information and relay the information so that others can take safe, appropriate action. Arrange work in a safe and efficient manner. job involves a lot of public contact. Remember information accurately and in the order it was relayed. Demonstrate the willingness to perform in the best interest of the business relationship in all situations. Salary DOE. FL9700073

The Bay County Press is inviting folks with experience in media sales to apply for this exciting position 850-774-0977

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LIBRA (Sept. 24 -Oct. 23) You will be attracted to unusual forms of entertainment and foreign cultures. Travel should be on your mind. Take a long look at your present direction and consider your professional options. You can elaborate on your creative ideas and get involved in groups that relate to the arts.

ARIES (Mar. 21- April 20) A change of attitude has probably disrupted your home environment. Don't share your dilemma with those you work with. You will be looking for creative ways to make a little extra cash. Females may put demands or added responsibilities on you. TAURUS (Apr. 21- may 21) Don't let any small misunderstandings get in the way. Be careful; your ideas are good but make sure that you're realistic and start off on solid ground. Problems with in-laws or relatives may be more damaging than you realize. Don't be critical or overly opinionated with dislikes; it could cause disapproval and unwanted opposition. GEMINI (May 22-June 21) You'll be able to break bad habits if you put your mind to it. Entertainment should include your whole family. Children or friends may try to talk you into lending them money. Over spending or unexpected bills could set you back. CANCER (June 22-July 22) Travel may be confusing. Help with your aspirations is likely, and profits could follow. This is probably causing upset and confusion on the home front. Take a look at the possibilities of starting a small part time business with friends or relatives. LEO (July 23-Aug 22) Make changes in your domestic scene. Don't be too hard on your mate. You must not let fellow workers take advantage of your fine talents. Your high energy will enable you to take the role of leader in group functions. VIRGO (Aug. 23 -Sept. 23) You can make new connections through friends or relatives. Sudden changes will occur through communications with friends or in-laws. You can meet interesting new friends if you join worthwhile groups. Don't let your emotions get out of hand.

SCORPIO (Oct. 24 - Nov. 22) Opportunities for travel and communication are evident. Unforeseen changes in your location are apparent. Your lover may cost you financially. You will be in a high cycle regarding work. SAGITTARIUS (Nov. 23 -Dec. 21) You may not have the same ideas when it comes to what you both enjoy. Get help setting up a reasonable budget. Look into ways of making extra cash. Unstable relationships are likely. If you take on too much of a financial burden you may make yourself ill. CAPRICORN (Dec 22.- Jan. 20) You have the stamina and determination to succeed. Take work home but be sure to spend some time with your mate. Put your efforts into being creative. Rely on yourself and you will look good to superiors. AQUARIUS (Jan. 21 -Feb. 19) Take a long look at your present direction and consider your professional options. Travel and entertaining conversation will be informative and uplifting. Relationships will be emotional this week. Children may be less than honest with you. PISCES (Feb. 20-Mar. 20) Your determination and stamina will make your work look flaw less and effortless. Make a point of working on yourself. Try not to be too emotional with those around you. You're ready to take action and take over.

...see you again next week!

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The fugitives featured were released to Panhandle Crime Stoppers by law enforcement agencies and assumed wanted and un-captured as verified by various law enforcement database. Panhandle Crime Stoppers assumes no responsibility for those featured who were not wanted by law enforcement at the time of release of wanted individuals to Panhandle Crime Stoppers for distribution to local media outlets.

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