Dried Goods: stuffing, boxed potatoes, rice, cornbread mix, grits and oatmeal, etc. Other Goods: nuts, energy bars, evaporated milk, broth, etc. Inglis man arrested while out on bond. Brent A. Scott Tummond Published Oct. Vaughn, 24, has a history with the Levy County Sheriff's Office. He was released on his own recognizance. Vaughn was operating an unregistered motorcycle at the time he was stopped.
He posted his bond and went home to Inglis the following day. However, his freedom was short lived.
On Wednesday, Oct. Deputy Sullivan spoke to the property owner on the phone who told him the caretaker of the property reported that their gold Honda CRV Sports Utility Vehicle SUV they left at this summer home was missing. When Deputy Sullivan arrived at the home, he had to jump a locked gate to get onto the property.
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Deputy Sullivan had surprised Vaughn. When he told Vaughn to stop, Vaughn jumped into the stolen SUV and crashed through the gate fleeing from him. Vaughn was able to evade Deputy Sullivan until yesterday Oct. Upon him seeing Deputy Sinclair, Vaughn fled on foot into a wooded area. Deputy Sinclair chased and apprehended Vaughn a short distance away. When Vaughn was apprehended, he was wearing a backpack that was full of suspected stolen property.
He also had gloves, a lock-pick set and other burglary tools in his pockets. In a follow up interview with these deputies, Vaughn confessed to several burglaries in the Butler Road area of Inglis. These deputies discovered the motorcycle Vaughn was riding during his arrest on the 13th was stolen. Vaughn was booked into the Levy County Jail and charged with multiple counts of burglary and grand theft in addition to other charges. This investigation is still on-going. The Honda CRV has not been recovered and it is suspected it has been hidden somewhere in the Inglis area. Vaughn is suspected of committing other burglaries and thefts in the Inglis area, and additional charges could be filed at a later date.
Anyone with information about the location of the stolen gold-colored Honda CRV or has information about recent unsolved burglaries is asked to call Det.
Mike McNeil at James R. Fussell and Anna B. Monday Oct. A call was received in reference to a shooting on Northeast Avenue at p. When deputies arrived, they found a young female suffering from at least one gunshot wound to the back, Harden said. Witnesses reported there had been an altercation between individuals at the home and two suspects in a vehicle at the end of the driveway, Harden said. The two in the vehicle pulled two handguns and began to fire as the victim and witnesses fled, Harden said.
After arriving in Lafayette County, investigators interviewed the additional witnesses and suspect from the vehicle, Harden said. Through these interviews, investigators learned that the occupants went to the residence so that the suspect, James R.
Fussell, 19, of Lake City, could confront one of the residents of the property about some stolen marijuana, Harden said. During the confrontation, Fussell pulled out a handgun and struck a male victim in the face with the gun, Harden said. As this was occurring, Harden said, other individuals at the property began to approach the two. Fussell then discharged at least two rounds from the handgun before Fussell and the occupants in the vehicle fled, Harden said.
As of Oct. Investigators will be interviewing her at the hospital, Harden said. Harden said.
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Anna B. Burnette, 19, of Lake City, was arrested and charged with aggravated assault for her alleged actions in this incident. DCSO makes drug bust. Breesman is suspected of having sold substances to include suboxone and methamphetamine. Breesman is one of many suspects arrested as a suspect of violating drug laws in Dixie County. All people suspected of crimes in the United States of America maintain a presumption of innocence until the government proves they are guilty beyond reasonable doubt. Published Oct. Landlord charged with murder of tenant.
At approximately p. Upon arrival, deputies found a white male, deceased inside the home, as well as Jenson, and promptly took him into custody. During the course of the investigation, it was determined that MCSO deputies had responded to the home multiple times that very day in reference to Jenson attempting to evict the victim. Jenson returned to the home later that evening, walking into the home, where he shot and killed the victim. At this time 3 a. Jenson was transported to the Marion County Jail where he is being held with no bond.
Suspected fatal hit and run driver arrested By Jeff M. Updated Oct. Holt, 24, of Waldo as the man suspected of driving the pickup truck that killed one teen and injured another, Florida Highway Patrol Lt. Riordan noted in a Thursday night Oct. The incident a week ago Wednesday night Oct. The previously unknown vehicle, Lt. Riordan noted in the update, was a Ford F On that fateful night just over a week ago, it was eastbound on Alachua County Road at Southeast 58th Terrace, in Alachua County at 9 p. Cabral and homicide investigator FHP Cpl.click
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For an unknown reason, the vehicle went eastbound in the westbound lanes approaching the pedestrians from the rear, the FHP said. The children were practicing correct safety as they walked toward normal oncoming traffic. An unknown portion of the vehicle hit the two girls, the FHP said. The driver stopped and stepped out of the vehicle, the FHP said. The driver was described to be a white male, who was wearing a white shirt, blue jeans, and had dirty blonde hair, the FHP said.
The driver of the as-yet unidentified vehicle appeared to be in his 30s, the FHP said. Hannah L. Brown, 14, of Micanopy was pronounced dead on the scene, the FHP said. Madison H.
Michael R. Germond, 13, of Micanopy reported no injuries, the FHP said. This crash is still under investigation. The general public helped the FHP locate the suspect after describing the hit-and-run vehicle to be an older model gray pickup truck with damage to the front left end and left side, the FHP said. The truck turned out to be white, Riordan noted in the most recent press release.
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