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Newsweek Bids Itself Farewell There will be no more weekly wondering what crazy cover concoction Tina Brown & Co. have put together to greet you in the supermarket checkout: Newsweek has printed its final print issue, and it is going out with an oldschool-meets-new-school bow to itself, notes Mashable. Newsweek now becomes Newsweek Global, which the company calls an online-only "worldwide edition targeted for a highly mobile, opinionleading audience who want to learn about world events in a sophisticated context." www.BayCountyPress.com _________________________________________________________________

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PCPD 12-16541 12-16541 12/20/2012 2:39:42PM 1207 DRAKE AVE - BURGLARY

The case of a red hoody and gloves I arrive at 14th St and Drake Ave in reference to a suspicious person. I made contact with Larry Miller. Miller stated that he saw two people cross the yard of one of his neighbors and then enter the back yard of another neighbor. The two suspicious people noticed Miller watching and then left Westbound , on foot, on 14th St. The two then stepped in the woods just before 14th St and Hickory Ave. One of the males was described as a male wearing a burgundy red hoody and gloves. I was then contacted by Marsha Robbins. Robbins stated that her purse was missing from her vehicle and thought that it had been stolen. I followed Robbins to her residence. I located some of her personal belongings in the woods near her home. All of the items were wet not able to be processed for evidentiary purposes. I attempted to process the driver door were entry was made into Robbins vehicle. I was unable to recover any latents of value due to the vehicle being wet. Robbins gave me a list of items that were missing from her vehicle and purse. The total amount of items stolen is about $1050. I left the scene to look around the area. As I was traveling north on Hickory Ave I saw two white males walking East off 13th St. and then turned South on Hickory Ave. The one white male was wearing a maroon or red hoodie that matched the description of the suspect. As I made contact with him I noticed he mud on his hoodie and on the palms of his hands. I identified the two males as Charles Mauldin and the possible suspect as Justin A. Skinner. Skinner stated he had an active warrant for violation of probation. I conducted an FCIC/ NCIC check through PCPD communications. The check revealed that Skinner had an active warrant. I arrested Skinner. I notified Sgt. McEuen and he notified Investigations. Det. Johnson arrived on scene. Det. Johnson interviewed Mauldin and released him. As I backed away from the scene I noticed a plastic baggie in the roadway. I recovered the baggie which contained a small amount of Marijuana. I transported Skinner to the PCPD for Det. Johnson. The marijuana was turned in for destruction at the PCPD. Ofc. D. Gay 1408

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$3,000.00 worth of merchandise stolen from Best Buy

Stephanie E. Hutchinson ARRESTED AND CHARGED December 21, 2012

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The Panama City Police Department is investigating a shoplifting case where approximately $3,000.00 worth of merchandise was stolen over the course of the past two days from Best Buy, located at 1000 E. 23rd Street in Panama City. Best Buy loss prevention employees discovered empty packages of electronic merchandise in the female restroom on 12/20/2012. The incident was reported to the Panama City Police Department after the employees

reviewed the surveillance video. On 12/21/2012, at approximately 10:30 am, the employees noticed the same suspect returned to the store and she took more electronic merchandise into the restroom and exited without the items. The employees again discovered merchandise packaging in the restroom. The suspect was identified by employees and detained by officers outside the store. Some of the merchandise stolen today was recovered inside a vehicle and a purse the suspect was carrying. Detectives have charged Stephanie E. Hutchinson, 37 years of age, with Grand Theft - Retail. Hutchinson listed a Panama City area address and was later booked into the Bay County Jail. This case remains under investigation and more arrests and charges are expected.

If you have any information in reference to this incident, please contact Detective Perkins at the Panama City Police Department, 850-872-3112, or you can report your tips anonymously to CrimeStoppers at 850-785-TIPS. Report Prepared by: Lt. Robert Luther Approved by: Major Tom McCarthy Disseminated by: Lt. Robert Luther December 21, 2012

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MAN WANTED: fraudulent use of a stolen debit card at a drug store in Panama City December 21, 2012 By TheCountyPressEditor

The Bay County Sheriff’s Office is investigating the fraudulent use of a stolen debit card at a drug store in Panama City. Captured on store security cameras, investigators are asking for the public to help identify the suspect. On Wednesday, December 12, 2012 at approximately 8:53 PM, a black male used the victim’s debit card to purchase about $35 in items from Walgreens. The suspect is described as a black male who appears to be in his 20′ s, between 5’6″ and 5’10″ , medium build and was last seen wearing a yellow hoodie, a light-colored shirt underneath the hoodie, dark pants, white athletic shoes, a yellow baseball cap and had an earring in his left ear. The individual was possibly walking or riding a bicycle.

WANTED MAN 2WANTED MAN 1The suspect went on to conduct four additional transactions with the stolen credit card for a total of $180.42 at two different convenience stores

Anyone with information about this suspect is asked to call the Bay County Sheriff’s Office at 747-4700 or Crime Stoppers at 785-TIPS. Prepared by R. Corley Information by Inv. C. Romans December 21, 2012

PCPD 12-16554 12-16554 12/20/2012 6:40:09PM 2208 E 10TH ST

THREE TRESPASSERS I responded to the above location and made contact with Ms. Broxton. Ms. Broxton stated she wanted Tonya Davis, Ashley Gross and Sonya Reddice trespassed from her property. The three females came to her house became verbal with Ms. Broxton. All three females were given a verbal trespass warning and they stated they understood. They left the area without further incident. Ofc. T. Daniels 1708

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Thursday, 20 December 2012 18:56

PANAMA CITY OFFSHORE AND INSHORE There have not been a lot of reports from offshore, guess most are preoccupied with other obligations and the weather has been less than ideal most days. However a few boaters that have had the opportunity to go when the conditions allowed found the bite to be good. Amberjack, Red grouper, Scamp, Black and Vermillion snapper were among the species kept. These reports came from places like the B. J. Putnam, Leroy and Hathaway Bridge trusses out around twenty miles out. Frozen bait was working fine for bottom dwellers but the AJ’s lit up for live pinfish or squirrel fish. Anglers are still able to find Flounder around local wrecks and they are getting a little larger. Anchor if you can so you can effectively work the area, if you are drifting too fast you won’t do as well. In the surf the Whiting bite is still going strong, everything from dead shrimp to artificial baits like gulp and fish bites will do the job. Redfish, Bluefish, Flounder, and some Pompano are also being reported. Lots of sharks around too so be quick to get your catch reeled in or you will likely lose all or half of it to one of the toothy critters.

Top water and suspending plugs are producing as well as popping corks especially if the water is stained. You may also land a puppy red in the same areas but if you are gaming for reds, try around deeper docks and drop offs that have a good tidal flow. The channels at both bridges and the pass have been real good for larger Redfish, Mangrove snapper, Black sea bass and even a few Sheep head and Flounder are being caught. The mangroves and sea bass have been mostly small but every now and then a keeper comes along. Don’t be a stranger, stop in and see us to share your fish story.

PORT ST. JOE/ MEXICO BEACH No significant changes in this week’s fishing report. Trout and sheepshead' along with stripped bass are still represent the major biters in

the intracoastal canal system with the White City area being the hotspot. However, steady reports are coming in from all along the canal. Bull redfish are still around and with they are scattered from the rivers to the beaches, making it challenging anglers to locate them. Covering lots of water will be your best tactic. Flounder anglers in our area will find a few remaining around the passes and jetties, but the big numbers will likely be offshore a few miles. The offshore bite has been good too, mostly and amberjack, grouper, and vermillion snapper are the focus for local anglers. Until next week tight lines!

SEE PAGE 32 FOR RECENT FISH-PICS

ST ANDREWS BAY SYSTEM Speckled trout are being found around the canal and creek mouths on a falling tide. Not quite a winter pattern yet but the water temps are in the low sixties.

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HSI's national search for 'Jane Doe' ends with arrest of Florida woman December 21, 2012 Washington, DC — The nationwide search for a "Jane Doe" suspected child pornographer, by U.S. Immigration and Customs Enforcement's (ICE) Homeland Security Investigations (HSI), ended with the arrest of an Okaloosa County, Fla., woman on federal charges for child pornography production. Corine Danielle Motley, 25, was arrested by HSI Pensacola special agents and Northwest Florida Internet Crimes Against Children Task Force members late Wednesday evening, hours after HSI issued a public appeal for assistance to identify "Jane Doe." "The quick identification of the victim and suspect in this case demonstrates the power of the press,

social media and the general public in helping solve these cases," said ICE Director John Morton. "Literally hours after we asked the public for their assistance in identifying Jane Doe, a tip came in that led to her identification and arrest. There is nothing more satisfying than knowing that, due to these efforts, a child is now safe and her tormentor now in custody." HSI's Child Exploitation Investi gati ons Unit 's Victim Identification Program obtained a "Jane Doe" arrest warrant Tuesday in the U.S. District Court for the District of Columbia for the suspect and issued a news release with photos seeking the public's help to identify the suspect, after all other investigative leads had been exhausted. According to the complaint, Motley is believed to have produced at least one long-form child pornography video featuring herself engaging in explicit sexual conduct with a 4 to 6-year-old victim. HSI special agents received an investigative referral from the Danish National Police, after the video was downloaded by law enforcement officers in Denmark. The video was referred to HSI as Danish police believed that the video had most likely been produced in the United States. HSI submitted the material to the National Center for Missing & Exploited Children, the national clearinghouse for child sexual exploitation material. The center determined that the victim had not yet been identified or rescued.

Investigators believe that the video was posted on the Internet for the first time Nov. 27. The Department of Justice's Child Exploitation and Obscenity Section supported the efforts of HSI during this investigation. The National Center for Missing & Exploited Children and the Northwest Florida Internet Crimes Against Children Task Force also provided assistance. Participating members of the task force included: the Okaloosa County Sheriff's Office, the Walton County Sheriff's Office and the Pensacola Police Department.

This investigation is part of Operation Predator, a nationwide HSI initiative to protect children from sexual predators, including those who travel overseas for sex with minors, Internet child pornographers, criminal alien sex offenders and child sex traffickers. HSI encourages the public to report suspected child predators and any suspicious activity through its toll-free hotline at 1-866-DHS-2ICE or by completing its online tip form. Both are staffed around the clock by investigators. Suspected child sexual exploitation or missing children may be reported to the National Center for Missing & Exploited Children, an Operation Predator partner, via its toll-free 24-hour hotline, 1-800THE-LOST. HSI is a founding member and the U.S. representative of the Virtual Global Taskforce, an international alliance of law enforcement agencies and private industry sector partners working together to prevent and deter online child sexual abuse. The case is being prosecuted by the U.S. Attorney's Office for the Northern District of Florida.

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The National Association of School Resource Officers (NASRO) responded to school safety recommendations announced by the National Rifle Association (NRA). December 21, 2012 By TheCountyPressEditor www.BayCountyPress.com

School-based policing org. NASRO responds to NRA recommendations Dec, 21, 2012 – Hoover, Ala. – The National Association of School Resource Officers (NASRO) today responded to school safety recommendations announced by the National Rifle Association (NRA). QUOTES FROM MR. MO CANADY, EXEC. DIR., NASRO & FORMER SCHOOL RESOURCE OFFICER “A well-trained, armed, school-based police officer is one of the best defenses against an active shooter in a school. NASRO agrees that placing school-based police officers in every school that wants one would greatly enhance the safety of children, if such officers are selected carefully and properly trained.” “School-based policing requires specialized training not covered in most law enforcement academies. Because school resource officers are much more than armed guards, they need training in teaching, counseling and the special skills required to act as a law enforcement officer in a school setting. In addition, we recommend that all school resource officers receive special training to assure that their responses to an active shooter will be safe and effective.” Q&A Q: Does NASRO agree that every school that wants one should have an armed police officer? A: Yes, when local communities deem it necessary. A well-trained, armed, school resource officer (SRO) is one of the best defenses against an active shooter. NASRO provides specialized training to school-based police officers on how to properly respond to an active shooter in a sound way. Q: Do police officers who work at schools need any special training? A: Yes. SROs are much more than armed guards. They need training in teaching, counseling and the special skills required to act as a law enforcement officer in a school setting. In addition, we recommend that all school-based police officers receive special training to assure that responses to an active shooter will be safe and effective. Q: Is a police officer who doesn’t have SRO training better than no police officer? A: Learning to work as an SRO and to respond to an active shooter on campus requires a significant amount of specialized training. Schools that desire an immediate increase in campus security might temporarily place on campus law enforcement officers who have not had specialized SRO training. NASRO recommends that in such cases, such officers receive SRO training — or be replaced by officers who have the training — as soon as possible. Q: Should anyone else, other than a police officer, be armed on school property (e.g. school staff, community volunteers, etc. who are not law enforcement officers)? A: No. NASRO believes that only a fully-trained law enforcement officer should carry a firearm on school property. In addition, law enforcement officers assigned permanently to schools should receive specialized SRO training as soon as possible. Q: The NRA called on “every parent, every teacher, every school administrator and every law enforcement officer in this country” to join it in its National School Shield Program. Will NASRO offer its expertise to the NRA’s program? A: NASRO agrees that every school should have a school safety team that includes school-based police officers (where available), school administrators, teachers, cafeteria staff, janitorial staff, counselors, nurses, parents and even, where appropriate, students. NASRO has resources that can help schools create such teams and develop effective security plans. NASRO is willing to provide these resources to any group that wishes to help improve school security.

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LIBRA (Sept. 24 -Oct. 23) Your communication skills will bring you popularity and increased self esteem. Don't turn down offers that include sports activities or children. You like to stay busy and now is your chance to do just that. Disruptions may set you back, but you're strong, and in the end the choices you make will be favorable. ARIES (Mar. 21- April 20) Make career changes that may increase your income. Some of that extra energy you have stored up might just be put to good use. Get back to basics and reevaluate what is important in life. Opportunities for travel must be carefully considered.

SCORPIO (Oct. 24 - Nov. 22) Opportunities will unfold; however, you must be willing to pay the price. You can beautify your surroundings by renovating or redecorating. You can evade the issue as usual by being affectionate, fun loving, and far too active for your lover to catch on. If it can make you extra cash, it will be even better.

TAURUS (Apr. 21- may 21) Unexpected bills may set you back. You will be highly entertaining when in contact with your lover. Do your job and then spend some time with family; you'll be glad you did. Opportunities to show your worth will enhance your reputation and bring possible advancement.

SAGITTARIUS (Nov. 23 -Dec. 21) Make alternate plans just in case you need to make a career shift. Someone you work with could have a personal interest in you. Friends and relatives may be hard to take this week. You will enjoy interaction with others this week.

GEMINI (May 22-June 21) Keep your wits about you and be sure that you can trust those you confide i Try to calm down and listen to your partner's complaints. Compromise may be necessary. You may find yourself in an opportune position if you are willing to take a bit of a risk. Bring work home if it will help you get caught up. CANCER (June 22-July 22) You can make moves, but they won't be settling. Be aggressive and colorful, and you will get your way. You won't be admired at home if you haven't been taking care of your share of the work. Don't let relatives stand in the way of your personal plans. LEO (July 23-Aug 22) Don't get so wrapped up in being rich that you overlook the fact that your plan may not be as solid as you thought. Your professional attitude will not go unnoticed. You can get ready to celebrate your new direction. Plans to make physical improvements may lead to psychological changes, too. VIRGO (Aug. 23 -Sept. 23) You should get into some of those creative hobbies that you always said you wanted to do. You are best to avoid joint ventures, and whatever you do, don't lend to friends or relatives. Your confidence will stabilize your position. Romance will come through involvement with fundraising organizations.

CAPRICORN (Dec 22.- Jan. 20) Try to stay calm and do the best you can. Romantic opportunities may not be as they appear. Entertainment could be pleasing if it is of an energetic nature. Direct your energy wisely. AQUARIUS (Jan. 21 -Feb. 19) You are best to work behind the scenes on projects that require detail or precision. Don't make any drastic changes or begin new projects this week. You can discuss your intentions and ideas with your colleagues or friends this week. Your ability to ferret out secret information will lead you to an inside scoop on an amazing financial deal. PISCES (Feb. 20-Mar. 20) Opportunities to make advancements through good business sense are evident. You can stabilize your personal relationship if you're willing to communicate honestly. You must not let others talk you into doing things that will probably limit you financially at a later date. Unexpected bills may set you back.

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NRA Chief: Assault Gun Ban Is 'Phony Legislation' …..Wayne LaPierre renews call for armed guards in schools By Polly Davis Doig, Newser Staff Posted Dec 23, 2012 10:01 AM CST

(Newser) – NRA chief Wayne LaPierre walked into the lion's den this morning, and quite literally stuck to his guns, doubling down on his assertion that every school should have an armed guard and refusing to budge on bullet-magazine capacity or gun control legislation. "If it's crazy to call for armed officers in our schools to protect our children, then call me crazy. I think the American people think it's crazy not to do it. It's the one thing that would keep people safe," said LaPierre. Highlights from his appearance on Meet the Press, via Politico: On Dianne Feinstein's push to revive the assault weapon ban: The bill is "a phony piece of legislation" that's "all built on lies that have been found out." On Joe Biden's review of gun violence: "If it's gun safety, I think the best person to represent the NRA is Congressman Asa Hutchinson on that." But, "if it's a panel that's just going to be made up of a bunch of people that for the last 20 years have been trying to destroy the Second Amendment, I'm not interested in sitting on that panel. The NRA is not going to let people lose the Second Amendment in this country." On the NRA's relevance: "Our support is always the American people, decade in and decade out. (It's) about the average guy ... and the average guy in the country values his freedom, doesn't believe the fact he can own a gun is part of the problem." On cutting magazine capacity: "We don't think it works and we're not going to support it." When asked by David Gregory if the death toll would have been less if Adam Lanza's clips had fewer bullets, LaPierre responded: "I don't buy your argument for a minute. There are so many different ways he could have done it, there are an endless amount of ways a monster could do it." Meanwhile, Hutchinson on armed guards: "I've made it clear that it should not be a mandatory law, that every school has this. There should be local choice, but absolutely, I believe that protecting our children with an armed guard who is trained is an important part of the equation." http://www.newser.com/story/159795/nra-chief-assault-gun-banis-phony-legislation.html

UK Times Sues Lance Armstrong

for $1.6M

Remember that time you sued for libel over doping allegations? Britain's Sunday Times once paid Lance Armstrong $485,000 to settle a libel lawsuit over doping allegations, and it would like its money back: In more bad news for the disgraced cycling champ, the Times has filed legal paperwork "demanding a return of the settlement payment plus interest, as well as its costs in defending the case." The grand total? Likely to be north of $1.6 million. The original suit was settled in 2004, notes the AP.

Ryan Lanza Posts Tribute: RIP, Mom and Adam

'I am a victim,' says older brother of shooter

As the last Sandy Hook victims were laid to rest, the older brother of shooter Adam Lanza posted his own tribute to the tragedy, mourning the loss of two members of his family. In a Facebook post spotted by the New York Post, Ryan Lanza wrote beneath a picture of mom Nancy Lanza, “RIP. I miss you mom. I love you so much. You will be always in my heart. -Ryan" He was no less effusive with his brother, writing under a photo of Adam Lanza, “RIP. I will miss you bro. I will always love you as long as I live." The Post notes that though Ryan Lanza also paid tribute to his brother's victims ("You all will be truly be missed. God Bless.”), his posts stirred up some hate, with one person calling Adam Lanza "scum of the Earth."

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Perez if she had insurance? Perez said, "no". I conducted a FCIC/NCIC check through the PCPD Communications. They returned and showed Perez had no active warrants. The check verified Perez had a suspended DL for F/R Suspension and the State of Florida authorities are to seize the tag. I issued a criminal citation to Perez. I seized Perez's suspended Florida Drivers License and the tag from the vehicle. The tag and license were turned in at the PCPD. Perez signed a tow waiver per department policy opting to leave the vehicle on scene. Ofc. D. Gay 1408 PCPD 12-16473 12-16473 12/19/2012 8:03:53AM

Traffic Stop

W 19TH ST & BECK AVE While on patrol I ran a tag that was displayed on a Chrysler Van. The tag returned showing the female registered owner had a suspended Florida Drivers license (FR Suspension 10/2012). I could see in the drivers side view mirror the driver was female. I conducted a traffic stop at 19th St. and Beck Ave. The driver turned onto 19th St. off Beck and continued down 19th St. and went to enter the county yard stopping in the entry/exit way blocking anyone from going in or out of the complex. I made contact with the driver. As I reached the window she had her license ready and handed it to me. I recognized the name on the DL to be the same as the registered owner. I asked her to move her vehicle so we would not block the entry/exit of the county yard. I instructed her to just back up and park near the curb at the same location. She began to move the van and continued to drive down the road turning onto Bayview Ave. and stopping. I made contact with the driver again and asked for her registration and insurance information. I explained the reason for the stop. The male passenger stated she, the driver, Yaitza Perez has never had any type of ticket. Perez provided me with an old/expired registration and was unable to provide any insurance information. I asked

PCPD 12-16480 12-16480 12/19/2012 10:39:03AM 137 HARRISON AVE;

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Carbine Paratrooper THEFT

I was contacted by Mr. Ray Groom, an employee with C & G Sporting goods. He stated that sometime yesterday an M-1 Carbine Paratrooper model was stolen from the store. He provide me with the serial number. The rifle was entered into NCIC as stolen. He stated there were no witnesses to the theft. Cpl. B. Wilburn 799 PCPD 12-16489 12-16489 12/19/2012 3:38:03PM 297 W 15TH ST; FAMILY DOLLAR STORE

AT&T Android cell phone without paying

Ofc. J. Walker #2605 I was dispatched to the Family Dollar Store, located at 297 W. 15th Street, in reference to a theft. I made contact with the store manger, Tina Williams. She stated a white male and black female entered the store and walked to the area of the store where the pre-paid cell phones are located. A short time later, the white male leaves the store with an AT&T Android cell phone without paying. There is no serial number available for the phone. The white male was wearing white shorts with black and red plaid, a black shirt and black ball cap. The black female was wearing a blouse with black and white stripes and aqua shorts. The suspects left the parking lot in a red unknown type passenger car, unknown tag number. The value of the theft is $99.00.

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I responded to a traffic crash in the parking lot of the Bay County Courthouse . I made contact with driver one, Brenda Metherell. She openly admitted knowing her license was expired. A check of her Florida Driver's License revealed them to be expired more than 4 months. When the crash report was completed, I placed Brenda under arrest for her license being expired. She was released a short time later with a Notice to Appear. Brenda was able to have the truck removed by a valid driver. Ofc. J. Walker #2605

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WHO CUT Santa's hat Lynn Haven? Incident # 12-14703 On 12/15/2012 at about 0849 hours I was dispatched to 1910 Minnesota Avenue. This was in reference to Donna Symmer's damaged seven foot tall blow up Santa Clause decoration. Symmer told me she has a blow up Santa Clause decoration that sits in the front yard of her residence. The Santa clause has a timer to turn on at 1700 hours everyday. Yesterday when it turned on Symmer noticed it was not blowing up or standing up properly . Symmer tried to fix it but was unsuccessful. At 1800 hours Symmer decided to turn off the decoration and then left her residence. Today while looking at the decoration she located a rip on the top part of the Santa hat about five inches long.

Symmer believes someone cut the decoration while she was gone from her residence on 12/13/2012 from 0900 hours to 1700 hours. Symmer said several kids walk past their house several times a day, but she has never had any problems with them. The cost of the blow up Santa was about $145.00. Symmer said they were trying to sew the cut in the Santa. Reporting Officer GAY, ROBERT

Lynn Haven Cat napper‌

Incident # 12-14659 On 12/14/2012 at about 1312 hours I was dispatched to 202 West 11th Street in reference to Kimberly Howell's neighbor Betty Gilley taking Howell's cat. Howell told me on today’s date her neighbor Gilley came onto her property and took one of her kittens and proceeded to walk to her residence located at 1208 New York Avenue. Another one of Howell's neighbors witnessed Gilley take the kitten and stopped Gilley about a block away from Howell's residence and confronted her about taking the kitten. Gilley became angry when confronted and returned the kitten to Howell. Howell requested Gilley only be trespassed. I made contact with Gilley, before I could speak Gilley started to deny the incident occurred and said I was profiling her. I told Gilley I was coming to her house to get her side of the story. Gilley continued to become very enraged and started to cry and said she did nothing. Gilley told me she only walked onto the residence to pet the kittens and then left. I informed her that she was being trespassed from 202 W. 11th St. she told me she understood and provided her signature on the trespass warning. I returned to Howell's residence and informed her Gilley denied taking the cat. Howell did not want to attempt to pursue and type of criminal charges and signed the trespass warning. Howell also told me she has two other kittens that have recently gone missing also. Howell described the kittens as being bob tailed with gray tiger stripes on them. The original trespass warning was given to dispatch and a copy will be attached to this report. Reporting Officer GAY, ROBERT

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Incident # 12-14605 On 12/13/12 at approximately 1009 hours, I was dispatched to Walgreens located at 1402 Ohio Avenue in reference to stolen medication. I made contact with Cynthia Elias. She stated on 11/3/12 she gave her prescription to Jennifer Martin to go fill it for her due to the fact she does not drive. She stated on 11/17/12 Martin advised her that she had lost the prescription. Elias advised she called all the local pharmacies and her doctor to advise them of the status of the prescription. Elias stated she takes less than prescribed of the medication, so she waited until December to fill another prescription. She stated on this date she came to Walgreens to get this months prescription filled when she discovered someone filled her prescription on 12/01/12. Due to the fact the drug is a listed narcotic, the person filling the prescription had to show identification. Walgreens associate showed Elias the name of the person who received the drug, Shawn Everhart. Elias advised she did not know that person, so she called the police. I was speaking with the Walgreens associate when Elias interrupted me. She stated she had spoken to Martin, and she stated she filled the prescription but Everhart had to show identification due to the fact she (Martin) does not have one. Elias asked where the prescription was, and Martin stated she flushed them down the toilet because she knew Elias was already getting another prescription filled. Elias was adamant that she did not want to get them into trouble, but she needed her medication. I supplied her with a case number for the incident. Elias did provided a sworn taped statement attesting to the above facts. Reporting Officer ALLYN, PRESTON Incident # 12-14612 On 12/13/12 at approximately 1229 hours, I was dispatched to 2505 Johnson Drive in reference to a subject with a warrant. The caller advised Michael Anthony Puckett was at that location. I ran Puckett in the BCSO warrants and discovered a local warrant for him. I used the social security number attached to the warrant to obtain a picture through DAVID. I then made contact with the residents of that location. I asked for Puckett and a white female advised he was in the kitchen. I entered the home and visually confirmed it was in fact Michael A Puckett. I advised Puckett he was under arrest for the local warrant and placed him into double locked handcuffs. I asked Puckett to confirm his identity by delivering his social security number which he did, and it matched the warrant. I escorted him to the rear of my patrol car and

MICHAEL ANTHONY PUCKETT 2505 Johnson Drive, Lynn Haven 36 Date 12/13/2012 Offense fraud-insuffient funds Age check - make utter issue 150 $s or over Agency LHPD

transported him to the Bay County Jail without incident. A copy of the warrant and booking sheet are attached to this report. Reporting Officer ALLYN, PRESTON Incident # 12-14616 On 12-13-2012 at 1320 I was dispatched to the lobby of station 2, 108 East 9th Street in reference to fraudulent use of a credit card. Upon arrival I made contact with Geoffrey Todd Tanner of 2903 Harrier Street who stated the following. On 12-08-2012 at approximately 1800 he received a call from his bank, Innovations Federal Credit Union. He said they asked him if he was in Colorado or if he had made any transactions in Colorado. He advised the bank he had not. Today he followed up on the incident with the bank. He said there were 3 debit card transactions in Longmont, Colorado in the amounts of $100.00 at Target, $50.00, and $54.00 at King Sooper. Tanner said the bank advised him to file a police report and they would reimburse his losses. Tanner stated he has no idea how subjects may have got his information. I provided Tanner with a case information card. Reporting Officer LANDINGHAM, KENNY

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speak with Hires, so I transported him to the Lynn Haven Police Department 2. Sgt. Willoughby completed his interview, and I transported Hires to the Bay County Jail without incident. A copy of the warrants and booking sheet are attached to this report. Reporting Officer ALLYN, PRESTON Incident # 12-14633 On 12/13/12 at 18:29 I was dispatched to Walmart located at 2101 S. Hwy 77 in reference to a retail theft. Upon arrival I made contact with the complainant Asset Protection Employee Derryl Whittemore Jr. who stated that he observed a man later identified as Preston David Katherine walk into the furniture department and take possession of a coffee table and a end table. The man then placed the items in a shopping cart and walked out of the stores Lawn and Garden exit, passing all points of sale without offering to pay for the above described items valued at $37.82. It should be noted that Mr. Katherine purchased a bottle of shampoo before walking back to the furniture area and selecting the tables. After learning of the above information I issued Mr. Katherine a notice to appear. Reporting Officer HOBBS, L

RONALD ALLEN HIRES

207 W 14th Street, Lynn Haven Age 26 Date 12/13/2012 Offense burglary - with assault or battery, larceny Agency LHPD

Incident # 12-14619 On 12/13/12 at approximately 1405 hours, Captain Riemer delivered a copy of an outstanding warrant for Ronald Hires Jr. I went to his current address of 201 W 14th Street lot 9 and made contact with his grandmother, Loretta Peoples. She stated she was unsure if he was at the residence, but she allowed me to check. I was unable to locate him, so I exited the home. She advised he could be at lot 8, so I went there. The resident there allowed me to check, but I was unable to locate Hires. I exited the home and discovered Hires as he was walking to the front of lot 9. I advised him he was under arrest for an outstanding warrant. I placed him into double locked handcuffs and escorted him to the rear of my patrol car. Sgt. Willoughby advised he wanted to

Incident # 12-14640 On 12-12-2014 at 0114 hrs, I conducted a traffic stop on a 94 Ford Aerostar bearing FL tag AUT-P88 for having only one brake light. I made contact with the sole occupant, which was the driver, Slobodan Nikolic. During the stop, dispatched informed me that Nikolic's DL was suspended for financial responsibilities. He was issued a criminal citation with a court date of 1-9-2012 at 0830 and released on scene. He later called for a ride and left his van at Sonic. Reporting Officer POINTER, S Incident # 12-14685 On 12/14/12 at approximately 2302 hrs, I was dispatched to 2004 S S.R. 77 in reference to a threatening phone called made to the business. Upon arrival I spoke with Amanda Wales, Amanda said approximately 2250 she answered the business phone and a man told her "to get ready because he was coming up there to take their mother f***ing money" and then hung up. Amanda described his voice as congested. I had Amanda try to retrieve the phone number through * 69 but the phone did not allow that option. I stayed at the business until 2350 and there were no more calls and nobody showed up at the business to take the money. Reporting Officer ANTUNOVIC, M

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she could see store tags hanging from several different clothing items the female was wearing. Bevers also noticed the shoes were from the store. The female left the store and went to her vehicle in the parking lot. The female attempted to leave without paying for the items. The female was unable to leave due to losing her vehicle keys inside of the store. When the female entered back into the store to locate her misplaced keys, an employee Sheila Davis went to the truck and observed the stolen merchandise in the back of the truck. The other managers called law enforcement. Davis asked the female if she paid for the items and Pendarvis told her she did not. I placed Pendarvis under arrest for retail theft and transported her to the Bay County Jail without incident. Goodwill also issued a trespass warning to Pendarvis. A copy has been attached to the case file and the original has been given to dispatch Reporting Officer ADKINS, J

TAMMIE MICHELLE PENDARVIS 521 4th St., Panama City Age 38 Date 12/14/2012 Offense petit larceny Agency LHPD

Lynn Haven Goodwill theft

Incident # 12-14660 On 12-13-12 at about 1334 hours, I was dispatched to Goodwill located at 1610 S Hwy 77 Lynn Haven, FL in reference to a hold up alarm at this business. Sgt. Hamilton arrived on scene first and advised it was going to be a theft incident. Upon arrival, contact was made with employees, Sheila Davis and Connie Bevers. They advised they watched a female (later known as Tammie Pendarvis) walk through the store very fast with store merchandise on. Bevers advised

Incident # 12-14663 On 12/14/12, at approximately 1424 hrs, I responded to Chavers Storage, 3334 S. Hwy 77, reference a theft. Upon arrival, I made contact with the manager, Ben Johnson. He stated that two tires and wheels had been stolen from a Ford truck parked in the vehicle storage area. He stated that he was pretty sure he last saw the wheels and tires on the vehicle either yesterday or the day before. He stated he noticed they were missing at approximately 1130 hrs today. He stated he had called the owner, Bill Medlock, and Medlock had stated that he had not taken the wheels. Johnson stated that the other two wheels and tires had been stolen on 11/2/12, and he had filed a report with the Bay County Sheriff's Office on that occasion. I examined the truck, tag # M42 7GZ. The tag does not come back to Medlock, but to Andrew Moseley. It expired in 2011. All four wheels/ tires are now missing from the truck. I also saw that the passenger side window and rear window had been broken. The doors were locked. Johnson stated that the damage to the windows is new as well. There was also a pry mark in the passenger door as if someone had tried to pry it open, but there was rust in the pry marks, indicating it was not donea recently. Johnson stated that no other vehicles in the lot had been touched or had anything stolen from them. He stated there is no video of the lot. He stated that the front and back gates are open during the daytime, and it would possible for someone to enter at night-time when the gates are closed just by following another vehicle in. I made contact with Medlock by phone. He confirmed that he had not taken the tires, and that the windows had not been damaged. He stated he had bought the truck about four months ago. He stated he did not know of anyone who would be targeting him or the truck. Reporting Officer NUSBAUM, K

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Incident # 12-14671 On 12/14/2012, at approximately 1700 hours, I was dispatched to 2101 South Highway 77, Walmart, in reference retail theft. I made contact with Walmart Asset Protection Associate, Derryl Whittemore. He stated that he was earlier informed by other employees that somebody was in the men's bathroom opening some sort of packaging in a stall. Mr. Whittemore stated that Walmart policy does not allow him to pursue merchandise theft that happens in the bathroom. Mr. Whittemore waited outside the bathroom for the subject to leave. He observed a black male, later identified as Devonte Qutez Stace, exit the bathroom. After the subject left the bathroom, plastic packaging and an empty bottle of wine was discovered in the stall. Also discovered was a pair of Stanley cutting pliers and a cut security device that was cut from the plastic packaging. Derryl Whittemore followed Mr. Stace around the store. It appeared Mr. Stace did not have possession of the merchandise or he had it concealed on him at the time. Mr. Whittemore followed Mr. Stace through the store and observed him take possession and open a bag of Sunchips. Mr. Stace began eating the chips while walking through the store. Mr. Stace then took possession of a can of Frito chip dip and put the merchandise inside the waistband of his pants and concealed it by pulling his shirt over the merchandise. Mr. Whittemore followed Mr. Stace through the store and observed him walk past all points of sale without any attempt to make a purchase. Mr. Whittemore then approached Mr. Stace

at the Lawn and Garden exit and escorted him to the security office. At approximately this time, I arrived on scene and made contact with Mr. Whittemore in the security office. Mr. Whittemore recovered the Frito chip dip and the open bag of potato chips from Mr. Stace. He showed me the cut open, empty plastic packaging from the Seagate hard drive but did not know where the hard drive was 1408 Wisconsin Ave. Lynn Haven located. Mr. Stace denied Age 20 Date 12/14/2012 having possession of the Offense petit larceny , possession of liquor by somehard drive. I placed Mr. one under 21 , fraud-impersonate - false id given to leo Stace under arrest for Retail Agency LHPD theft and searched him. I discovered the Seagate hard enforcement officer with violence. The drive that fell from his left rear pocket. Mr. Stace did not have any date of birth that NCIC/FCIC read was identification on him. Mr. Stace stated 07/29/1992. The address listed for he was 19 years old and did not have a Devonte was 1405 Wisconsin Avenue driver's license from any state or an in Lynn Haven, Florida. I asked Mr. identification from any state. He said Stace why he was lying to me. He said he only has a school ID card that he he is having trouble spelling his name does not carry with him. I asked for his because he is intoxicated from the name and date of birth. He spelled his bottle of wine he consumed. Mr. Stace was charged with retail name for me and stated it was Devonte Qutaz Stese with a date of birth on theft, possession of alcohol by a minor, 07/13/1992. He repeated his date of and giving false information to a law birth for me but appeared to have to enforcement officer while under arrest. think hard about it. Mr. Whittemore Mr. Whittemore provided a sworn informed me that the date of birth Mr. witness statement attesting to the above facts. Stace told him was 07/20/1992. I ran his information through NCIC/ Devonte Stace was trespassed from FCIC and D.A.V.I.D. but received no Walmart and was verbally warned. return. I asked him again for his W al mar t also pr ovided video information. This time he said his surveilliance of the incident which name was Devonte Quartz Staca. I showed Mr. Stace take possession of received no return on that name as the Seagate hard drive then conceal it well. Upon searching for his name, under his shirt before walking into the NCIC/FCIC returned with a similar bathroom. name of Devonte Qutez Stace that was on probation for resisting a law Reporting Officer PITTMAN, BENNY

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Incident # 12-14727 On 12/15/12, at approximately 1556 hrs, I was stopped at the traffic light at Hwy 390 and Hwy 77, when I saw a red truck heading northbound on Hwy 77. The truck had a temporary tag which was bent over. As I started to pull out behind it, the truck turned into the parking lot of CVS. I pulled in behind it, and saw that the temporary tag had expired on 11/17/12. I activated my overhead lights. I made contact with the driver, Ashlyn Hadden. She stated she had bought the truck a couple of months ago, but had not got it registered yet as she did not have the money. She stated her grandmother had brought the temporary tag for her to help her out until she got it registered. She stated she did not have the title on her. She did have insurance in her name for this truck which had started on 9/17/12. I issued Hadden a criminal citation for no motor vehicle registration, with a court date of 1/2/13.Reporting Officer NUSBAUM, K Incident # 12-14774 On 12-15-12 at about 1532 hours, I was dispatched to 3008 Bay Wing Loop, in reference to a fraudulent use of a credit card. Upon arrival, contact was made with Cynthia Hadden. Cynthia advised her checking debit card from her bank, ENT Bank was used fraudulently in Birmingham, Alabama at a Apple store. Cynthia learned of the fraudulent transaction when she tried to use her card today and told it was canceled. Cynthia called her bank and was advised the card was used in Birmingham for 1,291.92 purchase on 12/14/12 Cynthia's bank told her to call her local law enforcement and provide them with a case number. I provided Cynthia with a case number. Cynthia advised she used the card at 3 stores on the previous day 12/13/12. Cynthia used the card at Tully's,Ulta, and Bed Bath and Beyond in Pier Park. Reporting Officer ADKINS, J

intersection of Minnesota Ave and Mosley Dr. When I did so, I saw that the tag had expired 11/12. The truck turned right onto Mosley Dr. I activated my overhead lights, and the truck pulled over in the driveway to Mosley High School. I made contact with the driver, Rene Gomez. He identified himself by Florida driver's license. His license came back as suspended - FR suspension on 12/13/12, with notice given on 11/13/12. Gomez also did not have any insurance on the truck. His passenger, Russell Herndon, also identified himself by a Florida driver's license which was suspended. I issued Gomez criminal citations for DWLSR FR suspension and no insurance, and a citation for expired registration less than six months. Both suspended licenses were collected for destruction or return to DHSMV. Reporting Officer NUSBAUM, K Incident # 12-14823 On 12/17/2012 at 20:44 I was dispatched to 2310 S Hwy. 77 (Publix) in reference to a theft. Upon arrival I made contact with Gayne Kowalik who stated the following. Today a white female wearing a purple jacket and short black shorts. Entered the store and took several miscellaneous grocery items from the store shelves and placed them in her shopping cart. Then the unknown female exited the store without paying for the items. Kowalik tried to stop the female in the parking lot but when she got outside the female was already pulling off in her vehicle. Kowalik was able to provide a description of the vehicle, a silver colored Kia with damage to the driver side door. Kowalik also provided me with two different sets of numbers xx, and xx which she believed to be the above vehicle's tag number. Upon entering the above numbers into the FCIC/NCIC, neither matched the description of the vehicle listed above. After speaking with Kowalik she provided me CCTV footage of the incident which has been placed into evidence. Reporting Officer CIANELLI, VINCE

Incident # 12-14776 On 12/16/12, at approximately 1851 hrs, I was southbound on Minnesota Ave when I saw a black truck coming northbound on Minnesota Ave. When the truck passed me, I saw that it did not have a tag light. I turned around and caught up with it at the

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WARRANTS BRUNDIDGE, JAMOND DENZEl

HOBBS, BLAKE EDWARD

B/M 402 E 15th St Lynn Haven FL Date Issued: 12/20/2012 Offense: Vop Poss Marijuana Ovr 20 Grams Offense Type: Felony Status: Active

W/M 1526 N Mulberry Ave Panama City FL Date Issued: 12/19/2012 Offense: Vop Possess Methamphetamine; Poss Marijuana Misd Offense Type: Felony Status: Active

RICHARDS, KIMBERLY JOANNE

SMITH, JONATHAN RYAN

W/F 545 Magnolia Ave Rm 6 Panama City FL Date Issued: 12/19/2012 Offense: Vop S/m/d Meth Offense Type: Felony Status: Active

W/M 2600 Laurel Dr Panama City FL Date Issued: 12/20/2012 Offense: Vop Fraud- Credit Card Offense Type: Felony Status: Active

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WARRANTS WALKER, JAMES VERNON

WILLIAMS, PAUL D

B/M 154 Avenue B Port St Joe FL Date Issued: 12/19/2012 Offense: Possession Of Firearm By Convicted Felon; Aggravat Offense Type: Felony Status: Active

W/M 528 N 9th St Panama City FL

DERAMUS, WILLIAM TIMOTHY B/M Transient

Date Issued: 12/18/2012 Offense: Utter Forged Instrument Offense Type: Felony Status: Active

TWEEDIE, PAULINE GRACE W/F 3945 Peters Drive Panama City FL

Date Issued: 12/19/2012 Offense: Fta Battery General Offense Type: Misdmeanor Status: Active

Date Issued: 12/14/2012 Offense: Fta Dwlsr Offense Type: Misdmeanor Status: Active

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~ BAY COUNTY WARRANTS ~ ARD, WILLIAM J W/M 300 E 25th St Lot 8 Panma City FL Date Issued: 12/20/2012 Offense: Vop Poss Of Dist Chem Offense Type: Felony Status: Active

BAACKE, REGINA L W/F 1406 S Berthe Av 0-1 Panama City FL Date Issued: 12/14/2012 Offense: Gt Auto Offense Type: Felony Status: Active

BAACKE, REGINA L W/F 1406 S Berthe Av 0-1 Panama City FL Date Issued: 12/14/2012 Offense: Grand Theft Offense Type: Felony Status: Active

BRUNDIDGE, JAMOND DENZEl

CLEVELAND, WILLIE K B/M 715 East 10th St Panama City FL Date Issued: 12/18/2012 Offense: Unlawfull Poss Of Stolen Debit Card Offense Type: Felony Status: Active

ELLIFRITS, CLIFTON R

HOUSLEY, MICHAEL G

W/M 1419 W 29th St Panama City FL Date Issued: 12/19/2012 Offense: Vop Burg Unocc Sturct Offense Type: Felony Status: Active

W/M 7914 Calhoun Rd Panama City FL Date Issued: 12/18/2012 Offense: Deal In Stolen Prop Offense Type: Felony Status: Active

CLEVELAND, WILLIE K

FEITZ, DANIEL E

LEMIEUX, RANDALL A

W/M 7212 Grassy Point Rd Panama City FL Date Issued: 12/18/2012 Offense: Burglary Offense Type: Felony Status: Active

W/M 2206 E 6th Ct Panama City FL Date Issued: 12/18/2012 Offense: Vop Sale Of C/s Offense Type: Felony Status: Active

GROVES, MEGAN L

LIPECKI, THOMAS F

W/M 2100 W Beach Dr Panama City FL Date Issued: 12/14/2012 Offense: Fraud Use Of CrCard Offense Type: Felony Status: Active

W/F 609 Allen Av Panama City FL Date Issued: 12/18/2012 Offense: Obtain Lodging W/ Int Defraud Offense Type: Felony Status: Active

W/M 9126 Front Beach Rd Panama City FL Date Issued: 12/18/2012 Offense: Vop Bat Leo Firefgt Ems Etc / Resist OfďŹ cer W/ Vi Offense Type: Felony Status: Active

DINKELACKER, DEBRA L

HARDY, JULIAN P

LOUDEMILK, REBECCA L

B/M 715 East 10th St Panama City FL Date Issued: 12/18/2012 Offense: Fraud Use Of Cr Card Offense Type: Felony Status: Active

CULPEPPER, WILLIAM B

B/M 402 E 15th St Lynn Haven FL Date Issued: 12/20/2012 Offense: Vop Poss Marijuana Ovr 20 Grams Offense Type: Felony Status: Active

W/F 1802 Montana Av Lynn Haven FL Date Issued: 12/14/2012 Offense: Deal In Stolen Property Offense Type: Felony Status: Active

W/M 143 N Wells St Panama City FL Date Issued: 12/18/2012 Offense: Battery By Strangulation Offense Type: Felony Status: Active

BRYANT, WILLIAM R

DODSON, BRITTANY M

HERRING, CARLTON

W/M 1803 Drake Av Panama City FL Date Issued: 12/18/2012 Offense: Vop Attempted Manuf Of Meth Offense Type: Felony Status: Active

W/F 2307 W 12th St Panama City FL Date Issued: 12/19/2012 Offense: Deal In Stolen Property Offense Type: Felony Status: Active

BUTLER, AMY

DOWNS, WILLIAM H

W/F 713 E 12th St Panama City FL Date Issued: 12/18/2012 Offense: Vop Fel Bat X2 / Grand Theft X2 Offense Type: Felony Status: Active

W/M 1527 Star Av Callaway FL Date Issued: 12/18/2012 Offense: Felony Dom Viol Battery Offense Type: Felony Status: Active

W/F Date Issued: 12/18/2012 Offense: Vop Princ To Poss Of Forged Notes Offense Type: Felony Status: Active

MARTINEZ-YEAGER, JESIAHC

B/M 710 E 15th St Panana City FL Date Issued: 12/14/2012 Offense: Fail To Reg As Sex offender Offense Type: Felony Status: Active

W/M 8414 Elizabeth Panama City FL Date Issued: 12/14/2012 Offense: Vop Fals Info To Pwnbrkr / Burg Unocc Struct Offense Type: Felony Status: Active

HOBBS, BLAKE EDWARD

MCMULLAN, TIMOTHY S

W/M 1526 N Mulberry Ave Panama City FL Date Issued: 12/19/2012 Offense: Vop Possess Meth; Poss Marijuana Misd Offense Type: Felony Status: Active

W/M 127 Jenks Cir Panama City FL Date Issued: 12/18/2012 Offense: Vop Grand Theft Offense Type: Felony Status: Active

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~ BAY COUNTY WARRANTS ~ NELSON, ANNA J

SCHAWE, CHARLES F III

WILLIAMS, PAUL D

ROZIER, JAMES

W/F 1111 Minnesota Av Lynn Haven FL Date Issued: 12/18/2012 Offense: Vop Poss Control Subs X2/ Fraud Credit Card X2 Offense Type: Felony Status: Active

W/M 1206 Fairland Ave Panama City FL Date Issued: 12/20/2012 Offense: Vop Sudden Snatch No Weapon Offense Type: Felony Status: Active

W/M 528 N 9th St Panama City FL Date Issued: 12/18/2012 Offense: Utter Forged Instrument Offense Type: Felony Status: Active

B/M 669 Ashford Oaks Dr Apt 101 Altamonte Springs FL Date Issued: 12/18/2012 Offense: Vop Harassing Phone Calls X2 Cntrl Subs Less Than Offense Type: Misdmeanor Status: Active

ALLEN, DELLA RESSE

TWEEDIE, PAULINE GRACE

NIXON, TIMOTHY P B/M 8417 Estrella St Panama City FL Date Issued: 12/18/2012 Offense: Vop Resisting OfďŹ cer W/ Viol Offense Type: Felony Status: Active

PREYER, ERAMIS I B/M 2121 Harrison Av G-5 Panama City FL Date Issued: 12/18/2012 Offense: Vop Poss Of C/s Offense Type: Felony Status: Active

RICHARDS, KIMBERLY JOANNE W/F 545 Magnolia Ave Rm 6 Panama City FL Date Issued: 12/19/2012 Offense: Vop S/m/d Meth Offense Type: Felony Status: Active

ROBIDOUX, SHAWN B W/M 2951 Palmetto Ridge Way Lynn Haven FL Date Issued: 12/14/2012 Offense: Grand Theft Offense Type: Felony Status: Active

ROGERS, TERRY W W/M 4810 West Hwy 170 Panama City FL Date Issued: 12/18/2012 Offense: Vop Burg Unocc Struct X2 / Grand Theft X2 Offense Type: Felony Status: Active

SHULTZ, IDA M W/F 2918 E 6th Ct Panama City FL Date Issued: 12/19/2012 Offense: Vop Cocaine Possession Offense Type: Felony Status: Active

SMITH, JONATHAN RYAN W/M 2600 Laurel Dr Panama City FL Date Issued: 12/20/2012 Offense: Vop FraudCredit Card Offense Type: Felony Status: Active

WALKER, JAMES VERNON B/M 154 Avenue B Port St Joe FL Date Issued: 12/19/2012 Offense: Possession Of Firearm By Convicted Felon; Aggravat; Possession Of Cocaine With Intent To Distribute; F Offense Type: Felony Status: Active

B/F 324 Avenue B Port St Joe FL Date Issued: 12/19/2012 Offense: Vop Petit Theft Offense Type: Misdmeanor Status: Active

CONTRERAS, ANTONIO M

W/F 3945 Peters Drive Panama City FL Date Issued: 12/14/2012 Offense: Fta Dwlsr Offense Type: Misdmeanor Status: Active

VESTAL, DEANNA RENEE

W/M 1714 N. Maple Ave Panama City FL Date Issued: 12/17/2012 Offense: Domestic Battery Offense Type: Misdmeanor Status: Active

W/F 116 Hitchcock Rd Southport FL Date Issued: 12/14/2012 Offense: Fta Unlawful Use Of Drivers License Offense Type: Misdmeanor Status: Active

DERAMUS, WILLIAM TIMOTHY

VESTAL, DEANNA RENEE

B/M Transient Date Issued: 12/19/2012 Offense: Fta Battery General Offense Type: Misdmeanor Status: Active

ROBINSON, WILLIAM R W/M 19618 Front Beach Rd Panama City Beach FL Date Issued: 12/16/2012 Offense: Battery-domestic Violence Offense Type: Misdmeanor Status: Active

W/F 116 Hitchcock Rd Southport FL Date Issued: 12/14/2012 Offense: Fta Attach Registration License Plate Not Assigned Offense Type: Misdmeanor Status: Active

VESTAL, DEANNA RENEE W/F 116 Hitchcock Rd Southport FL Date Issued: 12/14/2012 Offense: Fta Drivers License Sus/rev- Knowingly Offense Type: Misdmeanor Status: Active

WALTERS, JAMES C W/M 710 Gabriel St Panama City FL Date Issued: 12/18/2012 Offense: Vop Obtain Rx By Fraud Offense Type: Felony Status: Active

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LYNN HAVEN POLICE:

Incident # 12-14816 On 12/17/12 at 18:05 I was dispatched to 2505 Johnson Drive in reference to a suspicious person. Upon arrival I made contact with Michael Puckett who advised that he was just released from jail and was coming to his ex-wife's house to stay. Contact was then made with Megan Puckett who stated that she did not want Mr. Puckett to stay at her home. Mr. Puckett was then transported to the Panama City Rescue Mission at his request. .Reporting Officer HOBBS, L Incident # 12-14817 On 12-17-2012 at 1814hrs, I was flagged down by the complainant, Ronald Allen Miller, in reference to a delayed petit theft. Miller stated that about two or three weeks ago, someone stole an unknown type battery from his RV as it sat parked in his yard. He said he did not report it at the time because he knows the likelihood for recovering the battery is slim. He said though, since he saw me, he figured he would report it. The battery was stored in the battery compartment on the outside of the RV. There was nothing to process at the scene and no known witnesses. Reporting Officer POINTER, S Incident # 12-14829 On 12-18-2012 at 0314 hrs, I was dispatched to 109 Cashel Mara Dr in reference to assisting Panama City Beach Police in locating Victoria Flynn, a suspect in a domestic battery case. Upon arrival, I was met in the driveway by an older white female that introduced herself as Flynn's mother. When I first asked if Flynn was VICTORIA NICHOLE FLYNN home, she said no. She asked me 1914 Frankford Ave., Panama City Age 18 Date 12/18/2012 several times what it was in regards to, and did not want to accept the fact that I Offense domestic battery Agency PCBPD was not familiar with the details surrounding the alleged incident. I asked her if she knew where Flynn was and she called for Flynn who was just inside the garage listening to our conversation. I spoke with Officer Kelly of the Panama City Beach Police Department. He requested that I place Flynn into custody and he would be enroute to pick her up from LHPD. Flynn was transported to the station and later turned over to Ofc. Kelly. Reporting Officer POINTER, S Incident # 12-14830 On 12/18/2012 at 04:11 I was dispatched to 2508 Minnesota Ave. Apt.# A204 in reference to information. Upon arrival I made contact with Beverly Davis who stated somebody had been entering her residence and taking several of her personal items. Davis advised she did not want to report the items stolen just to make the police aware of the activity. Davis also advised she was going to replace the locks on her door, and if that did not stop the unknown subject from entering her residence she would call us again. Reporting Officer CIANELLI, VINCE

Incident # 12-14848 On 12/18/12 at 17:42 I was dispatched to the intersection of SR 77 and Mowat School Road in reference to a vehicle crash. Upon arrival I made contact with the driver of vehicle 2, Benjamen Lambert, who stated he was traveling north on SR 77 when his vehicle was struck from the rear DOUGLAS DEWAYNE by a red Chevrolet Corvette. Mr. DAUGHERTY Lambert further advised that he and 208 Biltmore Pl Panama City Beach the driver of the Corvette, Douglas Age 48 Date 12/18/2012 Offense : failure to pay fine: Daugherty, pulled off of the reckless driving, knowingly drive roadway to contact the police. While while lic suspended revoked, hit and exa mi ni ng t he da m age M r . run - leave scene of crash involve Daugherty offered Mr. Lambert damage to prop, knowingly drive while lic suspended revoked, hit and $100.00 to not contact the police run - leave scene of crash involve because he did not have insurance. damage to prop Agency BCSO Mr. Lambert advised that he refused Mr. Daugherty's offer and telephoned the police. While waiting for the police to arrive Mr. Daugherty got back into his vehicle and fled the scene traveling north on SR 77. Realizing that Mr. Daugherty was leaving the scene, Mr. Lambert took a photograph of the vehicle's tag (398-2JN). The photograph further showed that the vehicle was a Corvette and had a silver colored Jesus fish emblem affixed to the vehicle above the tag. While completing the crash investigation I learned from Lt. A. Stever that he had just observed a vehicle crash on Hwy 390 that involved a red Chevrolet Corvette. Considering the Corvette might be the same one involved in the crash I was investigating, I made contact with Lt. A Stever and provided him with vehicle information. It should be noted that the crash occurred in the Bay County Sheriff's Office jurisdiction and was turned over to the Florida Highway Patrol. When Trooper R. McSwinney arrived on scene to work the above accident he made contact with me and advised that he would be going to the address listed on the Corvette's registration to determine if the vehicle was also involved in the crash he was investigating. A short time later Trooper McSwinney contacted me and advised that he had taken Mr. Daugherty into custody and that he had admitted to being involved in the accident I was investigating. Trooper McSwinney further advised that he recorded Mr. Daugherty's statement and would be providing me a copy. After talking with Trooper McSwinney I proceeded to the Bay County Jail to charge Mr. Daugherty with following too closely, leaving the scene of a crash with property damage, and driving on a suspended license with knowledge. Upon Trooper McSwinney's arrival at the Bay County Jail I charged Daugherty with the above charges and booked him into the Bay County Jail. I further contacted the driver of vehicle 2, Mr. Lambert to advise him of the arrest. Reporting Officer HOBBS, L

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The COUNTY PRESS Honors our FALLEN HEROES Battalion, Camp Pendleton, Calif. This incident is under investigation.

The Department of Defense announced today the death of a soldier who was supporting Operation Enduring Freedom. Sgt. 1st Class Kevin E. Lipari, 39, of Baldwin, N.Y., died Dec. 14 in Logar province, Afghanistan. He was assigned to HHC 173rd Airborne Brigade C om ba t Tea m , Ba m be rg , Germany. This incident is under investigation. The Department of Defense announced today the death of a soldier who was supporting Operation Enduring Freedom. Staff Sgt. Nicholas J. Reid, 26, of Rochester, N.Y., died Dec. 13 in Landstuhl, Germany from wounds suffered on Dec. 9, in Sperwan Village, Afghanistan, when enemy forces attacked his unit with an improvised explosive device. He was assigned to the 53rd Ordnance Company (EOD), 3rd Ordnance Battalion (EOD), Joint Base Lewis-McChord, Wash. The Department of Defense announced today the death of a Marine who was supporting Operation Enduring Freedom. Sgt. Michael J. Guillory, 28, of Pearl River, La., died Dec. 14 while conducting combat operations in Helmand province, Afghanistan. He was assigned to 1st Marine Special Operations

The Department of Defense announced today the death of a soldier who was supporting Operation Enduring Freedom. Staff Sgt. Nelson D. Trent, 37, of Austin, Texas, died Dec. 13 in Kandahar, Afghanistan, when enemy forces attacked his unit with an improvised explosive device. He was assigned to the 56th Infantry Brigade Combat Team, 36th Infantry Division, Fort Worth, Texas.

DOD Evaluates Sexual Harassment and Prevention Response Efforts at Military Academies The Department of Defense (DoD) today released key findings from the Academic Program Year (APY) 2011-2012 “Annual Report on Sexual Harassment and Violence at the United States Military Service Academies.” As part of this yea r’s re view , the superintendents of the U.S. Military Academy, U.S. Naval Academy, and the U.S. Air Force Academy assessed their academy’s policies, training, and procedures for effectiveness of prevention and response to

sexual harassment and violence. The report also contains the results from the “2012 Service Academy Gender Relations Survey.” Consistent with department-wide efforts to increase victim reporting, the academies saw an overall increase in the number of sexual assault reports made to authorities in APY 2011-2012. During the evaluation period, a total of 80 reports of sexual assault involved cadets and midshipmen compared to a total of 65 reports in the prior APY. Thirteen of the reports made this year were for sexual assaults that occurred prior to the cadets and midshipmen entering military service, as compared to five such reports made in the previous year. All who reported a sexual assault were provided with access to support services through their sexual assault response coordinators.

“We recognize there is more work to do on sexual assault prevention across the Department of Defense as well as at the military academies,” said Maj. Gen. Gary S. Patton, director, DoD Sexual Assault Prevention and Response Office. An o n ym o us s ur ve y results showed the overall rate of unwanted sexual contact at the service academies has not changed since 2010. The Service Academy Gender Relations Survey found a slight

increase in the prevalence rate of unwanted sexual contact among female cadets at the United States Military Academy. There was no statistical change in the prevalence of unwanted sexual contact among male cadets and midshipmen. Survey results also showed a significant decrease in the prevalence of sexual harassment experienced by women at the U.S. Air Force Academy and men at the U.S. Naval Academy. There were no other statistically significant changes in prevalence rates of sexual harassment at the academies. Citing the need for greater progress, the secretary has directed the services to review and enhance their academy programs: http:// w w w . d e f e n s e . g o v/ n e w s / ServiceAcademiesSecDefMemo. pdf . The service secretaries are to report back to him in 90 days with plans to advance a climate of dignity and respect and to more completely integrate sexual assault and harassment prevention into the full spectrum of academy life and learning. “My staff and I plan to work with each academy and service in the months ahead to find new ways to incorporate prevention of sexual assault and harassment into academy culture,” said Patton. The complete report is available at http://www.sapr.mil .

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Narcotics Anonymous is a global, community-based organization with a multi-lingual and multicultural membership. NA was founded in 1953, and our membership growth was minimal during our initial twenty years as an organization. Since the publication of our Basic Text in 1983, the number of members and meetings has increased dramatically. Today, NA members hold more than 58,000 meetings weekly in 131 countries. We offer recovery from the effects of addiction through working a twelve-step program, including regular attendance at group meetings. The group atmosphere provides help from peers and offers an ongoing support network for addicts who wish to pursue and maintain a drug-free lifestyle. Our name, Narcotics Anonymous, is not meant to imply a focus on any particular drug; NA’s approach makes no distinction between drugs including alcohol. Membership is free, and we have no affiliation with any organizations outside of NA including governments, religions, law enforcement groups, or medical and psychiatric associations. Through all of our service efforts and our cooperation with others seeking to help addicts, we strive to reach a day when every addict in the world has an opportunity to experience our message of recovery in his or her own language and culture.

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This picture is a shot of Roy Bryant with a nice Redfish caught in the St. Andrews Pass ‌.Nice catch Roy!!

These pictures were sent in by Tom McDowell showing him and his grandson with Redfish caught in the Port St. Joe Intracoastal system.

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MAGDELYN SHERRILL HARDY Transient Panama City FL W/F Age: 29 Date: 12/16/2012 Offense: Drugs-possess - Poss Meth W Intent To Sell Manufacture Deliver; Narcotic Equip-possess - And Or Use Agency: BCSO

XAVIER MARTEZ BUCKLER 730 Redwood Ave Panama City FL B/M Age: 19

JAMES CARL BELL 3719 East 8th Ct Panama City FL B/M Age: 28 Date: 12/16/2012 Offense: Marijuana-possess With Intent To Sell Mfg Or Deliver Schedule I; Narcotic Equippossess - And Or Use

MICHAEL LEE ROGERS Homeless W/M Age: 28 Date: 12/16/2012 Offense: Larc - Petit 1st Off; Narcotic Equip-possess And Or Use Agency: BCSO

MICHAEL JAMES MORRIS 415 Gray Ave Panama City FL W/M Age: 25 Date: 12/16/2012 Offense: Dom:battery Touch Or Strike Agency: BCSO

Agency: PPD

HEATHER NICOLE HUME 216 Montana Avenue Lynn Haven FL W/F Age: 20

ANDREW JOSEPH FISHER

BRIAN KEITH ENSMINGER

14305 Big Island Pond Southport FL W/M Age: 30

116 Lakeside Circle Panama City Beach FL W/M Age: 41 Date: 12/17/2012 Offense: Larc - Molest Coin Opr Machine Wit Larceny 2nd Off; Damage Prop-crim Misch - $200 And Under; Larc - Petit 1st Off Agency: BCSO

Date: 12/16/2012 Offense: Carrying Concealed Weapon - Firearm

Date: 12/16/2012 Offense: Making False Report - Knowingly Give False Info To Leo Allgd Crim

Date: 12/16/2012 Offense: Traffic Offense - Dui Alcohol Or Drugs 1st Off

Agency: PCPD

Agency: PCPD

Agency: BCSO

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ROBERT BRADLEY TREADWELL 1608 Annabellas Way Panama City Beach FL W/M Age: 32 Date: 12/17/2012 Offense: Larc - Molest Coin Opr Machine Wit Larceny 1st Off; Larc - Petit 1st Off Agency: BCSO

JOHN PAUL (HOWARD) PETERS Transient Panama City FL W/M Age: 49 Date: 12/17/2012 Offense: Fta: - Giving False Identification Agency: PCPD

TIANA LACEY CRISMAN 1615 N. James Avenue Panama City FL W/F Age: 25 Date: 12/17/2012 Offense: Vop: Possess Control Sustance W/o Prescription/intent To Sell Agency: SPD

TYKEYAH NICOLE CASTLEBERRY Homeless B/F Age: 18

Date: 12/17/2012 Offense: Nonmoving Traffic Viol - Operate Motor Vehicle Wo Valid License; Crimes Against Person - Resist Prop Recovery Retail Merchant; Shoplifting - Petit From Merchant 2nd Or Subsq Off Agency: PCPD

AMBER NICOLE REED

JOHN PAUL LIPFORD

624 16th St Panama City Beach FL W/F Age: 32

Transient W/M Age: 23

Date: 12/17/2012 Offense: Forgery Of - Alter Public Record Certificate Etc

Date: 12/17/2012 Offense: Stolen Prop-deal In; Larc - Petit 1st Off Agency: BCSO

Agency: PCPD

JESSICA GAYLE NEWTON 1118 Wilson Avenue Panama City FL W/F Age: 22 Date: 12/17/2012 Offense: Dom:battery Touch Or Strike Agency: PCPD

ROMONA SUMMERS HOBBS 108 N. Hwy 79 Panama City Beach FL W/F Age: 44 Date: 12/17/2012 Offense: Drugs-possess - Cntrl Sub Wo Prescription Agency: PCBPD

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JONATHAN WAYNE LILES

KIMBERLY MICHELLE (FINCH) GAUTREAUX

19019 Pcb Parkway Panama City Beach FL W/M Age: 50

2103 E. 8th Ct Panama City FL W/F Age: 47

Date: 12/17/2012 Offense: Ftaa-exp Dl (More Than 6 Months)

Date: 12/17/2012 Offense: Vop:poss Cocaine, Grand Theft

Agency: BCSO

Agency: BCSO

LYNDA JANE FULMER

RICHARD ALLAN SPANOS

1209 Reeves Lane Southport FL W/F Age: 23 Date: 12/18/2012 Offense: Dom:battery - Touch Or Strike; Drugs-possess - Cntrl Sub Wo Prescription Agency: BCSO

4313 East Ct Panama City FL W/M Age: 56 Date: 12/18/2012 Offense: Trespassing - Fail To Leave Property Upon Order By Owner

MICHAEL ANTHONY HILL 4212 Bay Line Ave Panama City FL W/M Age: 45 Date: 12/18/2012 Offense: Marijuana-possess - Not More Than 20 Grams Agency: BCSO

VICTORIA NICHOLE FLYNN 1914 Frankford Ave Panama City FL W/F Age: 18 Date: 12/18/2012 Offense: Dom:battery Touch Or Strike Agency: PCBPD

TRACY WILLIAM HARRIS

ANDREW ALLEN BLUE

Transient Panama City FL W/M Age: 49

725 N. 11th Street Parker FL B/M Age: 19

Date: 12/18/2012 Offense: Trespassing Structure Or Conveyance

Date: 12/18/2012 Offense: Vop:poss Of Marijuana More Than 20grams

Agency: PCPD

Agency: BCSO

Agency: PCPD

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JIMMY DALE JENKINS

JOHN WILLIAM REARDON

KIMBERLY DEANNE FRAZIER

Lynn Haven FL W/F Age: 23

2203 Beck Ve Panama City FL W/M Age: 24

2715 E 8th Plaza Panama City FL W/F Age: 33

Date: 12/17/2012 Offense: Shoplifting - Petit From Merchant 2nd Or Subsq Off

Date: 12/17/2012 Offense: Fail To Compl Pretrial Div Prog - Leave Scene Of Accident

Date: 12/17/2012 Offense: Vop-felony Battery

Date: 12/17/2012 Offense: Child Support

Agency: PCPD

Agency: PCPD

Agency: BCSO

Agency: BCSO

THOMAS STEPHEN MCFATTER

JAMES DAVID HOLLOWAY

TOMMY ROGER GROVES

MATTHEW SHAWN WHITAKER

3737 East 6th Plaza Panama City FL W/M Age: 25

3616 East Baldwin Panama City FL W/M Age: 38

Date: 12/17/2012 Offense: Drugs-possess - Poss Meth W Intent To S/M/D; Narcotic Equip-possess - And Or Use; Knowingly DWLSR Agency: BCSO

Date: 12/17/2012 Offense: Sex Offender Violation - Fail To Register As Required; Resist Officer - Obstruct Wo Violence Agency: BCSO

2713 Redwood St. Panama City FL W/M Age: 42

LISA NOEL KYSAR 507 Mowat School Road

Transient W/M Age: 42 Date: 12/17/2012 Offense: Disorderly Intox - Disorder Intox Public Place Cause Disturbance; Resist Officer - Obstruct Wo Violence Agency: PCPD

Transient W/M Age: 37 Date: 12/17/2012 Offense: Ft Comply W/ Court Order: Dv Battery; C/S L/t 20 Gram Marij; Marijuana-possess - less Than 20 Grams; Narcotic Equip-possess - And Or Use Agency: BCSO

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TONY RAYMOND SCURLOCK

ROBERTO LUIS HERNANDEZ

1940 Sherman Ave Panama City FL W/M Age: 57

1705 Molitor Ave Panama City FL W/M Age: 18

Date: 12/18/2012 Offense: Larc - Petit Third Or Subsq Off

Date: 12/18/2012 Offense: Vop:felony Batt, Grand Theft

Agency: BCSO

Agency: SPD

DEVIN IAN DEMERS

ROCIO CARMEN SISKA-GOYTRE

STEVEN WILLARD BARTON

AUDREY LYNNE LANGLEY

4100 Marriott Drive Panama City Beach FL W/F Age: 49

509 Gainous Rd Panama City Beach FL W/M Age: 44

85 Holly Leaf Ln Panama City Beach FL W/F Age: 18

Date: 12/18/2012 Offense: Cruelty Toward Child - Infliction Of Physical Or Mental Injury

Date: 12/18/2012 Offense: Fta-for Trial Mgmt-: pwc X’s 3

Agency: BCSO

Agency: BCSO

Date: 12/18/2012 Offense: Knowingly Drive While Lic Suspended Revoked; Nonmoving Traffic Viol - Attach Registration Lic Plate Not As Agency: FHP

Date: 12/18/2012 Offense: Marijuana-possess With Intent To Sell Mfg Or Deliver Schedule I; Narcotic Equippossess - And Or Use Agency: PCPD

1529 Mylisa Rd Southport FL W/M Age: 27

DANIEL WAYNE BROOKS 412 Colorado Avenue Lynn Haven FL W/M Age: 46 Date: 12/18/2012 Offense: Larc - Theft Is 300 Or More But Less Than 5000 Dols Agency: BCSO

JEREMY DAVID JOHNSON 2709 E. 7th Ct Panama City FL W/M Age: 32 Date: 12/18/2012 Offense: Veh Theft - Grand 3rd Degree Agency: BCSO

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BRANDON CHRISTOPHER BOHON

CODY ROBERT JOHNSON

WESLEY MOORE LEDBETTER

WILLIAM HANK HATHAWAY

6923 Big Daddy Drive Panama City Beach FL W/M Age: 26

5613 Beach Drive Panama City Beach FL W/M Age: 19

6109 Jaycee Drive Youngstown FL W/M Age: 18

Date: 12/18/2012 Offense: Larc - Petit 1st Off; Crimes Against Person - Resist Prop Recovery Retail Merchant Or F X2; Narcotic Equip-possess - And Or Use Agency: PCPD

Date: 12/18/2012 Offense: Isw:fta:poss Of Marijuana L/t 20

Date: 12/18/2012 Offense: Larc - Theft Is 300 Or More But Less Than 5000 Dols X2; Fraud-false Statement Verif Ownership 2ndhand Dealer Under 300 X3 Agency: BCSO

Date: 12/18/2012 Offense: Dom:battery Touch Or Strike

CHRISTOPHER MICHAEL MILWICZ

DOUGLAS DEWAYNE DAUGHERTY

ROSE MARY COOPER

JAMES PATRICK CALAFIORE

Agency: BCSO

250 Nelle St Callaway FL W/M Age: 39

208 Biltmore Pl Panama City Beach FL W/M Age: 48

Date: 12/18/2012 Offense: Resist Officer Obstruct Wo Violence; Dom: battery - Touch Or Strike

Date: 12/18/2012 Offense: Ftpf: Reckless Driving; Knowingly Drive While Lic Suspended Revoked X2; Hit And Run - Leave Scene Of Crash Involve Damage To Prop X2 Agency: FHP

Agency: BCSO

6314 Hilltop Ave Panama City Beach FL W/F Age: 41 Date: 12/18/2012 Offense: Dom:battery Touch Or Strike Agency: BCSO

6811 Waverly St Youngstown FL W/M Age: 57

Agency: BCSO

9902 S. Thomas Drive Panama City Beach FL W/M Age: 47 Date: 12/18/2012 Offense: Larc - Petit 1st Off; Resist Officer - Obstruct Wo Violence Agency: PCBPD

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KEVIN RAY VERNON 111 Bimini Court Panama City FL W/M Age: 54 Date: 12/19/2012 Offense: Traffic Offense - Dui Alcohol Or Drugs 1st Off; Public Order Crimes - Viol Nonresident Exemption Drivers Lic

ANTHONY JAMES GOUGH 4502 Carla Lane Lynn Haven FL W/M Age: 31 Date: 12/19/2012 Offense: Vop:ufi X10 Agency: BCSO

Agency: PCBPD

KEITH MASON LUNDY

JEFFREY TREY PARIDON

5711 Hwy 98 Parker FL B/M Age: 46

2819 S. Altha Avenue Panama City FL W/M Age: 25

Date: 12/19/2012 Offense: Larc - Petit 1st Off; Crimes Against Person Resist Prop Recovery Retail Merchant Or F

Date: 12/19/2012 Offense: Drugs-possess - Poss Meth W Intent To Sell Manufacture Deliver; Narcotic Equip-possess - And Or Use

Agency: BCSO

Agency: BCSO

TERRY ALLAN WARREN

CODY JOHN BENNETT

DENNIS CHARLES HILL

JASON ALLEN HOUSLEY

123 Harlem Ave Panama City FL W/M Age: 53

519 Sandy Lane Panama City Beach FL W/M Age: 23

1106 N Harris Avenue Panama City FL B/M Age: 60

4320 Catherine St Panama City FL W/M Age: 28

Date: 12/19/2012 Offense: Ftpf: Dwlsr- Knowingly; Vop: Poss. Less Than 20 Grams/ Poss Of Para.

Date: 12/19/2012 Offense: Vop:poss Of Marijuana Witd, Poss Of Marijuana Witd

Date: 12/19/2012 Offense: Vop:possession Of Controlled Substance

Date: 12/19/2012 Offense: Burgl - Unoccupied Structure Unarmed

Agency: BCSO

Agency: BCSO

Agency: BCSO

Agency: BCSO

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NICHOLAS ISAAC MILLER 816 B Maselina Drive Panama City FL W/M Age: 20

MICHAEL JOSEPH BYRNES 1522 Arthur Ave Panama City FL W/M Age: 34

PATRICIA ANN SALVAGE 3902 Wave Ave Springfield FL W/F Age: 34 Date: 12/18/2012 Offense: Traffic Offense - Dui Alcohol Or Drugs 1st Off

Date: 12/18/2012 Offense: Marijuana-possess - Not More Than 20 Grams; Narcotic Equip-possess - And Or Use; Traffic Offense - Dui And Damage Property Agency: PCPD

Date: 12/18/2012 Offense: Narcotic Equip-possess - And Or Use; Dangerous Drugs - Distrib Dispense Sched C/S 1st Viol; Drugs-possess - C/S Wo Rx Agency: PCPD

MARVIS COBB WYNN

JESSICA REE MCCLENDON

NIYA NAKELKA REYNOLDS

1722 W. 17th St Panama City FL B/F Age: 26

3810 E. 10th St Panama City FL B/F Age: 36

Date: 12/19/2012 Offense: Cocaine-possess - Possess Cocaine; Nonmoving Traffic Viol - Drive While Lic Susp 1st Off

Date: 12/19/2012 Offense: Dom:battery - Felony Batt Or Domestic Batt By Strangulation

Date: 12/19/2012 Offense: Vop: Obstruct Crime Investigation

Agency: SPD

Agency: PCPD

925 Lee Court Callaway FL B/M Age: 47

Agency: PCPD

Agency: PCPD

JON NICHOLAS WHITWORTH 1102 Frankford Ave Panama City FL W/M Age: 56 Date: 12/19/2012 Offense: Drugs-possess Cntrl Sub Wo Prescription Agency: PCPD

NOAH RAY BRICKER 172 Cathy Place Panama City Beach FL W/M Age: 24 Date: 12/19/2012 Offense: Fta: Viol Of Non Resident Req For Dl Agency: BCSO

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SARA WOODHAM HUTCHINS

MATTHEW JACOB TORRES

TOBY RODGERS BRANNON

TAKARDRA DANDRELL MANNING

2819 S. Altha Ave Panama City FL W/F Age: 25

8011 Front Beach Road Panama City FL W/M Age: 22

2430 Volusia Ave Springfield FL W/F Age: 68

6213 Pridgen Street Panama City FL B/F Age: 18

Date: 12/19/2012 Offense: Narcotic Equip-possess - And Or Use; Marijuana-possess - Not More Than 20 Grams; Knowingly DWLSR Agency: BCSO

Date: 12/19/2012 Offense: Dom:aggrav Battery - Offendr Knew/should Have Known Vict Pregnant

Date: 12/19/2012 Offense: Dom:battery Touch Or Strike

Date: 12/19/2012 Offense: Marijuana-possess - Not More Than 20 Grams; Narcotic Equip-possess - And Or Use; Knowingly DWLSR Agency: PCPD

DANIEL SHANE PEGG

DEVON MARCELL MIKE

JAMES RUFUS GARNER

5703 Beach Drive Panama City Beach FL W/M Age: 33

1123 Bay Ave. Panama City FL B/M Age: 25

2805 East 13th. Street Panama City FL W/M Age: 30

Date: 12/19/2012 Offense: Knowingly Drive While Lic Suspended Revoked

Date: 12/19/2012 Offense: Marijuana-possess - Not More Than 20 Grams; Flee/ elude Police - Fail To Obey Leo Order To Stop; Knowingly Drive While Lic Suspended Revoked Agency: PCPD

Date: 12/19/2012 Offense: Traffic Offense Dui And Damage Property; Traffic Offense - Dui Alcohol Or Drugs 1st Off

Date: 12/20/2012 Offense: Trespassing Structure Or Conveyance; Vop: Grand Theft

Agency: FHP

Agency: BCSO

Agency: FHP

Agency: SPD Agency: BCSO

DAVID CHANDLER CAMPBELL 609 Allen Avenue Panama City FL W/M Age: 28

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HARRY J NELSON 1315 Hunt Club Circle Panama City Beach FL W/M Age: 51 Date: 12/20/2012 Offense: Traffic Offense - Dui Alcohol Or Drugs 1st Off; Knowingly Drive While Lic Suspended Revoked Agency: FHP

NEWBURN DOBBS 4200 E. Hwy 390 Panama City FL W/M Age: 47 Date: 12/20/2012 Offense: Nonmoving Traffic Viol - Drive While Lic Susp 1st Off

TIFFANY ANN CARSWELL

GUSTAVO SANCHEZ-PALMA

120 Sims Avenue Panama City FL B/F Age: 30

2175 Frankford Avenue Panama City FL H/M Age: 23

Date: 12/20/2012 Offense: Resist Officer Obstruct Wo Violence; Crimes Against Person - Guest Fail To Leave After Request Agency: PCPD

Date: 12/20/2012 Offense: Dom:battery Touch Or Strike

ROBERT MICHAEL LONG

WILLIE EDWARD JOHNSON

1320 Buena Vista Blvd Panama City FL W/M Age: 31 Date: 12/20/2012 Offense: Marijuana-possess - Not More Than 20 Grams; Narcotic Equip-possess And Or Use; Child Support

Agency: BCSO

Agency: PCPD

1631 Flowers Ave Panama City FL B/M Age: 47 Date: 12/20/2012 Offense: Larc - Petit 1st Off Agency: PCPD

JAKE ALLEN NOBLES 3809 W. 17th Street Panama City FL W/M Age: 22

Date: 12/20/2012 Offense: Moving Traffic Viol - Reckless Driving 1st Off; Nonmoving Traffic Viol - Drive While Lic Susp 1st Off; Hit And Run - Leave Scene Of Crash Involve Damage To Prop Agency: FHP

TARA ANN HOEHN 10936 Johnson Blvd Youngstown FL W/F Age: 24 Date: 12/20/2012 Offense: Fta-dwlsr Knowingly Agency: PCPD

Agency: PCPD

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ERIN GAY MAXWELL

FERNANDO MORALES SUAREZ

JEROME TERRELL COOPER

2175 Frankford Ave. Panama City FL H/M Age: 21 Date: 12/20/2012 Offense: Nonmoving Traffic Viol - Operate Motor Vehicle Wo Valid License Bond : Agency: PCPD

1914 Frankford Avenue Panama City FL B/M Age: 26 Date: 12/20/2012 Offense: Knowingly Drive While Lic Suspended Revoked Bond : Agency: LHPD

JAYNE ELIZABETH EDMONDS

JUSTIN ANDREW SKINNER

SANDY GAIL JOHNSON

15727 Front Beach Rd. Panama City Beach FL W/F Age: 30

4809 West 11th St Panama City FL W/M Age: 22

Date: 12/20/2012 Offense: Larc - Retail Theft 300 Dols More 1st Off

Date: 12/20/2012 Offense: Vop-battery

Date: 12/20/2012 Offense: Larc - Theft Is 300 Or More But Less Than 5000 Dols

Agency: PCPD

Agency: PCPD

5020 East 4th St Callaway FL W/F Age: 41 Date: 12/20/2012 Offense: Disorderly Intox - Disorder Intox Public Place Cause Disturbance Bond : Agency: BCSO

Agency: PCBPD

2309 E. 10th Street Panama City FL W/F Age: 31

TAMMY LEA PAYNE 4817 East 2nd Street Parker FL W/F Age: 33 Date: 12/21/2012 Offense: Dom:battery - Touch Or Strike Bond : Agency: BCSO

BUDDY DALLAS CERTAIN 609 Allen Ave Panama City FL W/M Age: 31 Date: 12/20/2012 Offense: Shoplifting - Petit From Merchant 2nd Or Subsq Off; Stolen Prop-deal In Agency: BCSO

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JEANANN BERNICE EDWARDS

DEMETRIUS KACHONE STEWART

8410 Houston St Panama City Beach FL W/F Age: 45

2723 Glenview Ave Panama City FL B/M Age: 26

Date: 12/20/2012 Offense: Rec-battery On Person M/t 65 Yoa

Date: 12/20/2012 Offense: Cobr: Agg Battery On Pregnant Woman; Cobr: Poss Of Paraphernalia

Agency: BCSO Agency: BCSO

WILLIE EDWARD FOSTER 3719 East 8th Court Panama City FL B/M Age: 27

TALMADGE JR JOHNSON

DAWN MARIE FAUST

2309 East 10th St Panama City FL B/M Age: 35

15727 Front Beach Rd. Panama City Beach FL W/F Age: 41

Date: 12/20/2012 Offense: Larc - Theft Is 300 Or More But Less Than 5000 Dols; Larc - Petit 1st Off; Knowingly Drive While Lic Suspended Revoked Agency: PCPD

Date: 12/20/2012 Offense: Larc - Retail Theft 300 Dols More 1st Off Agency: PCBPD

ANDREW BRICE GARRETTSON 351 College Ave Panama City FL W/M Age: 28

Date: 12/16/2012

Date: 12/17/2012

Offense: Marijuana-possess - With Intent To S/M/D Schedule I

Offense:

Narcotic Equip-possess - And Or Use

Possession Of Weapon Or Ammo By Convicted Fla Felon X2

Robbery - With Firearm Weapon Offense - Use Display Etc Firearm During Felony Alter ID On Weap - Remove Serial Number From Firearm

Vop: Traffic Cocain- Sale Man Del Cocain Marijuana-possess - Not More Than 20 Grams

Fraud-imperson - False Id Given To Leo

Narcotic Equip-possess - And Or Use

Agency: PPD

Agency: PCPD

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Hoot Crawford is active in local, state, and national bar associations. He is a member of the Florida Association of Criminal Defense Lawyers, the National Association of Criminal Defense Lawyers, the American Trial Lawyers Association, and the Criminal Law Division of the American Bar Association. He is a Florida Delegate to the National College of DUI Defense, which is held each year in Cambridge, Massachusetts. He is also a member of the Florida State Bar Association and the Bay County Bar Association. Hoot Crawford is also involved in community and volunteer work. He is the Vice President of the Bay Arts Alliance and serves as a Guardian Ad Litem in the Fourteenth Judicial Circuit. In 2000, Hoot Crawford received an award from the Florida Supreme Court recognizing his pro bono work in the Fourteenth Judicial District. Joe. E. Turner was born and raised in Pensacola, Fl. He earned a Bachelor of Arts degree in Legal Administration from the University of West Florida in 2002. Mr. Turner attended Florida Coastal School of Law where he was awarded his Juris Doctorate. While in law school, he was a member of the Mock Trial Team, the Moot Court team and served an internship at the Public Defender’s office in the 4th Judicial Circuit. Upon graduation from law school, Mr. Turner began his practice of law with Hoot Crawford, P.A. where he focuses on criminal defense, DUI, and traffic offenses. Mr. Turner is active in the local legal community as the July 2006 – June 2007 co-chairman for the First Saturday Legal Clinic, a member of the Bay County Bar Association and member of the local Inns of Court. On the State level Mr. Turner is a member of the Florida Association of Criminal Defense Lawyers and the Florida Bar Association. On a national level he is a member of the Nation College of DUI Defense and the American Bar Association. The Law Office of Hoot Crawford is located in Panama City, Florida. Our attorney, Hoot Crawford has handled thousands of criminal cases in both the Florida state court system and in the United States District Court of North Florida. We primarily practice in Bay County and the surrounding counties of the Fourteenth Judicial Circuit. Our criminal law experience includes numerous misdemeanor and felony cases in the areas of: traffic violations, DUI, battery, assault, driving with a suspended license, robbery, possession and sale of controlled substance, burglary, sex crimes, and juvenile offenses. The hiring of a lawyer is an important decision that should not be based solely upon advertisements. Before you decide, ask us to send you free written information about our qualifications and experience. The information you obtain at this site is not, nor is it intended to be, legal advice. You should consult an attorney for individual advice regarding your own situation.

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JOHNELLE KENNETHALD JACKSON 3705 W. 22nd St Panama City FL B/M Age: 27 Date: 12/18/2012 Offense: Aggrav Battery - Offendr Knew/should Have Known Vict Pregnant Aggrav Asslt - Weapon - W Deadly Weapon W/O Intent To Kill

DEIDRA LEANN HOWARD 1836 East Ave Panama City FL W/F Age: 37 Date: 12/17/2012 Offense: Fta Pretrial Conf:retail Theft Fta-order To Show Cause: Retail Theft Vop: Driver License Displayed By Other Vop:dwlsr

Possession Of Weapon - Or Ammo By Convicted Fla Felon X2

Vop: Attached Registration License Not Assigned

Marijuana-distrib - Deliver No More Than 20 Grams

Fta Trial Mgmt: Trespass In Structure After Warning

Agency: PCPD

Agency: BCSO

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minze, alicia a.

24 Months DOC www.BayCountyPress.com _________________________________________________________________ PAGE 51


Can I Ride Your Moped?

thomas, kelvin m.

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PANAMA CITY POLICE REPORTS PCPD 12-16498 12-16498 12/19/2012 6:01:09PM 1900 MICHIGAN AVE

Drugs

December 19, 2012, while on patrol in the 1900 block of Karly Ct, I observed a black Lexus, bearing, FL tag #678LVP, traveling east on 19th St. I observed the vehicle did not have an operative tag light. I initiated a traffic stop at 19th St and Michigan Ave. I approached the passenger side of the vehicle to stay out of traffic. I made contact with the driver, Ricardo Manning, and the passenger Marlon Ward. I advised Mr. Manning the reason for the stop and requested his information. While talking to Mr. Manning, I noticed Mr. Ward had his right hand between the passenger seat, his leg and the passenger door out of my view. I noticed that Mr. Ward's right arm kept moving back and forth and it appeared he was trying to put something under the passenger seat. I asked for Mr. Ward's name and date of birth. Mr. Ward gave me the name Tony Taylor, and the year of his birth 1954. I asked Mr. Ward for his date of birth multiple times but he could not provide a date of birth. I asked Mr. Ward what City and State was he born in and he replied to Anthony, GA. I personally know there is no Anthony City in the State of Georgia . I noticed Mr. Ward leaned forward and put something black under the passenger seat . I asked Mr. Ward to step out of the vehicle and I asked him consent to search of his person. Mr. Ward consented to the search of his person. I placed Mr. Ward into handcuffs and double locked. I noticed a black wallet sitting on the floorboard of the vehicle near the passenger seat. Mr. Ward said it was his wallet that was on the ground. I collected the

wallet and when I opened the wallet a plastic bag containing an unknown white substance was in the wallet. I located Mr. Ward's GA D/L and social security card. Mr. Ward was placed in the back of my patrol vehicle. A check of Mr. Ward's information through FCIC/ NCIC revealed he had two active warrants from Bay County Sheriff's Office. A field test of the substance tested positive for cocaine. The items will be dropped into evidence. I transported Mr. Ward to the Bay County Jail were he was charged with Possession of Cocaine, Possession of Drug Paraphernalia, and two warrants. I issued Mr. Manning a warning for his tag light. CPL MIKE BREWER #505 PCPD 12-16503 12-16503 12/19/2012 6:25:26PM 1709 W 11TH ST;

HOP & POP LARCENY Case pending

I responded to the above address and made contact with the store clerk from Hop N Pop, Mr. Javaheri M. Pesaran. Pesaran stated a white male in his mid 20's wearing a black jacket and dark blue jeans, requested 10 packs of Newport cigarettes to purchase. Pesaran requested to see identification from the individual, which he produced. Pesaran stated it was a Florida issued DL in good condition but could not remember any other details. The individual requested another carton of Newport cigarettes and when Pesaran turned around to get them, the individual grabbed the 10 packs of Newport cigarettes and ran out the front door of the Hop N Pop without paying for them. Pesaran last saw the individual running south on Fortune Ave. The incident was captured on store surveillance and a copy of the video will be ready for pick up at a later date. Case pending Ofc. H. Hueniken, 1612

PCPD 12-16506 12-16506 12/19/2012 7:01:06PM E 11TH ST & REDWOOD AVE

Drugs & UNPAID FINES

While stopped at the stop light of 11th St & Sherman Ave, I observed the vehicle in front of me was stopped, but then began to proceed into the intersection before the light turned green. The vehicle was completely in the intersection with the rear tires of the vehicle beyond the stop line before the traffic light turned green. I conducted a traffic stop on the vehicle and met with the driver near 11th St & Redwood Ave. The driver, Takardra Manning, provided me with a Florida Drivers license, which a records check confirmed to be suspended. I asked MAnning about her license and she admitted to having not paid her previous fines which led to her license being suspended. Incident to her arrest for driving with a suspended license, Inv Mcalinden inventoried her vehicle prior to it being towed by Gulf County Towing. During the inventory he located a marijuana blunt, a seed, and a bag that contained about .4grams of marijuana. Inv Nichol 607 PCPD 12-16514 12-16514 12/19/2012 10:58:07PM E BUSINESS HIGHWAY 98 & E 4TH ST

Traffic Offense December 19, 2012, while on patrol in the 500 block of Williams Ave, I observed a white Pontiac, bearing FL tag #AMWT51. I ran the vehicle's information through FCIC/NCIC which revealed the vehicle had an expired tag. I initiated a traffic stop at 5th St & 4th St. The vehicle continued to travel west on 5th St making a right hand turn onto Bonita Ave. The vehicle came to a stop in the parking lot of Bay Medical Center. I made contact with the driver, Torrone Edwards. Mr. Edwards stated he did not have a valid driver license. A check of his information through FCIC/NCIC revealed his driver license were suspended. I issued Mr. Edwards a NTA for DWLSR and court date of 01/07/2013. CPL MIKE BREWER #505

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Joseph F. Chapman lll

was founder of Peoples First Bank

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D a v i d Thompson is a registered s e x u a l offender. He lists his permanent address as 8210 South H o l l a n d R o a d , Southport, Florida. He is a 58 year old white male with gray hair and blue eyes. He is 5'07” tall and weighs approximately 170 pounds. Thompson has no listed scars, marks or tattoos. He wears facial hair at times. Thompson's final disposition charges in the state of Florida were for lewd or lascivious acts on a child under 16 years old (1994), sexual battery-coerce child by adult (1994) and sexual battery by an adult on a victim under 12 years old (1994). Jody Russell is a registered s e x u a l offender. He lists his permanent address as 2436 East 16th Street, Panama City, Florida.

He is a 39 year old white male with blond hair and blue eyes. He is 6'02” tall and weighs approximately 300 pounds. Russell has tattoos of mom, cloud, roses, cross and sun on his right arm. He wears facial hair at times.Russell's final disposition charge in the state of Kentucky was for attempted aggravated sexual battery (1993). He is now a registered sex offender in the state of Florida. Theodore Dyess, also known as Wesley Dyess, is a registered s e x u a l offender. He lists his permanent address as 1 9 5 4 0 Fettinger R o a d , Fountain, Florida. He is a 57 year old white male with gray hair and green eyes. He is 5'07” tall and weighs approximately 210 pounds. Dyess has tattoos of Rita on his left arm; stick man, Rita and banner on his right arm. He wears facial hair at times. Dyess' final disposition charges in the state of Florida were for two charges of sexual batterycoerce child by adult (1997). Registered sexual predator James Thornton has moved. He now lists his permanent address as 6307 Buckingham Road, Youngstown, Florida. He is a 69 year old white male with gray hair and green eyes. He is 5'10” tall and weighs approximately 180 pounds. Thornton has no listed scars, marks

or tattoos. He wears facial hair at times. Thornton's final disposition charges in the state of Florida were for sexual battery by an adult on a victim under 12 years old (1983), lewd or lascivious acts on a child under 16 (1995 and 1999 x2). Registered s e x u a l offender Scottie Ward has moved. He now lists h i s permanent address as 1916 Mound Av e n ue , Panama City, Florida. He is a 30 year old white male with blonde hair and hazel eyes. He is 5'09" tall and weighs approximately 155 pounds. Ward has no listed scars, marks or tattoos. He wears facial hair at times. Ward’s final disposition charges in the state of Florida were for sexual battery use physical force not likely to cause serious bodily injury on an adult (2001) and unlawful sexual activity with certain minors 16/17 years old (2009). Information on other sexual predators/ offenders in the area can be found on the Florida Department of Law Enforcement website at www.fdle.state.fl.us

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Rachel C. Liberty

2717B East Baldwin Rd. Panama City, Florida DOB 10-23-70 2000 CHEVY SILVERADO (BLACK)

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

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Panhandle Crime Stoppers

Student Crime Stopper Program Panhandle Crime Stoppers goal is to provide the safest environment for students and teachers, just like we do for the rest of our community. We wish to provide students an additional outlet to allow them to feel safe from possible threats they may have in school. These threats can include weapons, drugs, alcohol, personal safety threats and bullying to mention a few. School violence has increased significantly over the past five years. One of every four communities surveyed reported incidents resulting in serious injuries or death in the previous year. In most cases, someone knew or had information regarding suspicious activity prior to the incident.

Crime Stoppers provides an Anonymous TIP line, 785-TIPS, that allow students the ability to report incidents of crime, without the fear of retribution. It’s simple, “See Something, Say Something”. Anyone can report their information by calling the TIP line or clicking on the website or even texting their information. Any and all information received via these methods allows the individual to remain anonymous. The reputation of the Crime Stopper Programs reporting system as being truly anonymous is not something new. Crime Stoppers has been in existence in Bay County for Thirty (30) years without anyone’s identity ever being identified!

Panhandle Crime Stoppers goal is to assist the School Resource Deputies in their efforts and to help promote participation of students in order to teach them that they “Can do something” and “Without the fear of retaliation”. On a more recent note in regards to campus violence. Our students and teachers are using Crime Stoppers to report threats. We are receiving text tips, tips called into our call center and web tips reporting threats that are being circulated about Bay District schools. These tips are sent to law enforcement immediately upon receiving them, providing law enforcement with the most up to date information on these situations. Giving them another tool to utilize in protection of Bay County students.

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Thanks to the Concord grape, 100% grape juice can help support a healthy heart. According to Alton Brown, Food Network star, food historian and scientist, “Welch’s presses the entire Concord grape, skin, seed, pulp and all, and that releases heart-healthy plant nutrients called polyphenols.” Many of the polyphenols in Concord grapes are the same as those found in wine. In fact, you can even use 100% grape juice instead of sweet wine in a variety of recipes, which saves you from needing to buy another ingredient at the store.

For The New Year—Get Off To A Grape Start (NAPSI)—If you’ve resolved to eat better this year, start by packing your plate with produce, including a dynamite little fruit— the Concord grape. Concord grapes are bold in taste and pack quite a nutritious punch. They can be enjoyed as 100% grape juice or in simple, healthy and flavorpacked recipes. Welch’s uses Concord grapes grown in North America exclusively by its familyfarmer owners, who work tirelessly during harvest season to collect exceptional fruit that meets their high quality standards. These Concord grapes are picked at their peak and pressed into juice within eight hours of harvesting to capture their perfectly ripe flavor.

There are many ways to share the goodness of Concord grapes. 100% grape juice made with Concord grapes can be enjoyed in a glass as a nutritious beverage and can easily be incorporated into recipes for desserts, low-fat salad dressings, marinades and more. This tasty ingredient not only enhances the flavor of your favorite dishes, but also adds a boost of heart-healthy purple fruit to your day. Here’s one easy way to add this one-of-a-kind fruit to your menu: Poached Pears in Grape Juice 1½ cups Welch’s 100% Grape Juice made with Concord grapes 2 cinnamon sticks 2 strips of orange rind 4 pears, peeled with stems remaining • In a medium saucepan, bring grape juice, cinnamon and orange rind to a boil. • Place pears standing in saucepan and simmer for 15 to 20 minutes. • Turn or spoon juice over pears as they simmer. Remove pears and let cool. • Reduce sauce by boiling down to about ⅓ cup. • Spoon sauce over pears and keep chilled. • Serve pears by themselves or with light whipped cream.

Learn More: You can find more facts, tips and recipes to share the goodness of Concord grapes with your family in the New Year at www.welchs.com.

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DID YOU KNOW? • • • • • • • • • • • • • • • • • • • •

?

Did you know 11% of people are left handed Did you know August has the highest percentage of births Did you know unless food is mixed with saliva you can’t taste it Did you know the average person falls asleep in 7 minutes Did you know a bear has 42 teeth Did you know an ostrich’s eye is bigger than it’s brain Did you know most lipsticks contain fish scales Did you know no two corn flakes look the same Did you know lemons contain more sugar than strawberries Did you know 8% of people have an extra rib Did you know 85% of plant life is found in the ocean Did you know Ralph Lauren’s original name was Ralph Lifshitz Did you know rabbits like licorice Did you know the Hawaiian alphabet has 12 letters Did you know ‘Topolino’ is the name for Mickey Mouse Italy Did you know a lobsters blood is colorless but when exposed to oxygen it turns blue Did you know armadillos have 4 babies at a time and are all the same sex Did you know reindeer like bananas Did you know the longest recorded flight of a chicken was 13 seconds Did you know birds need gravity to swallow

Neither did We!

A Special Lecture On new year’s eve, Bubba was in no shape to drive, so he sensibly left his van in the car park and walked home. As he was wobbling along, he was stopped by a policeman. “What are you doing out here at 4 o’clock in the morning?” asked the police officer. “I’m on my way to a lecture,” answered Bubba confidently. “And who on Earth, in their right mind, is going to give a lecture at this time on New Year’s Eve?” enquired the constable sarcastically. “My wife,” replied Bubba, grimly. PAGE 60 __________________________________________________________________ www.BayCountyPress.com


SUDUKO 1 ….ANSWER ON PAGE 12

ANSWER TO CROSSWORD PUZZLE ON PAGE 12

SUDUKO 2 ….ANSWER ON PAGE 12

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MUG SHOTS ARE ALSO ON www.BayCountyPress.com

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Funded wholly or in part by the Office of the Attorney General, Crime Stoppers Trust Fund. * Funded by the Office of the Attorney General, Crime Stoppers Trust Fund. Paid for by the Office of the Attorney General, Crime Stoppers Trust Fund. PAGE 62 __________________________________________________________________ www.BayCountyPress.com


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.

Funded wholly or in part by the Office of the Attorney General, Crime Stoppers Trust Fund. * Funded by the Office of the Attorney General, Crime Stoppers Trust Fund. Paid for by the Office of the Attorney General, Crime Stoppers Trust Fund.

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07 Chevy Impala

00 Dodge Ram 1500

00 Chrysler 300M

03 Pontiac Aztec

93 Jeep Wrangler

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05 Chrysler Pacifica

03 Jeep Liberty

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05 Dodge Ram 1500 Bumble Bee

01 VW New Beetle 99 Mercedes ML320

98 Lincoln Navigator 01 Dodge Ram

02 Chevy Trailblazer 00 Chevy 1500 4x4

00 GMC Sierra 99 Dodge Durango

02 Chevy Z-71

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Bay County Press December 26 2012  

Bay County Press December 26 2012

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