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HCSO Arrest Summaries 5/10/18 to 5/14/18

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She “Started to hit him” and The Defendant’s Mother Separated Them

YOB: 1990

Arrested at 05/10/2018 13:00 MARINER BLVD & CHALMER ST, SPRING HILL
Arrest Summary: “On 5/10/18 at approximately 1142 hours, I was dispatched to the intersection of Mariner Boulevard and Chalmer Street in reference to four subjects involved in a verbal altercation.
Upon arrival, I made contact with the victim, William H, and the defendant, Jessica Andersen. These subjects are currently engaged and reside together at the same residence. They also have two children with each other.
The defendant advised she and William were involved in a verbal altercation this morning over a cell phone. The defendant stated William had possession of her cell phone to obtain her ex-boyfriend’s phone number out of it after he suspected her of cheating. The defendant advised she then took possession of William’s cell phone and he thought she was deleting the number, so he attempted to get his cell phone back. The defendant advised William asked for his phone back and she refused, he then tried to grab the cell phone while holding onto her arm, which was when the defendant stated she, “started to hit him”. The defendant’s mother separated both parties at this time.
William stated the same thing as the defendant. He stated he believed she was trying to delete a number out of his cell phone, therefore when he attempted to get his property back, she resisted and refused. At which time, William stated he tried to grab his phone back and grasped the defendant’s arm as she was trying to get away from him. She began striking him with a closed fist on his upper torso. William advised the defendant was unable to strike him effectively enough to cause injury, however, she did try to actively hit him repeatedly before her mother separated both parties.
I spoke with the defendant’s mother, Susan Cahill, who advised she was unsure how the altercation started. Upon her arrival, she observed a physical altercation, but was unsure who the primary aggressor was. She stated she separated both subjects, as they were engaged in a physical altercation.
I did not observe any visible injuries on either party, however, the defendant and victim’s statements were consistent and the defendant admitted to battering William. She provided a sworn written statement.
The defendant was taken into custody and transported to the Hernando County Detention Center and charged with one count of Domestic Battery. Due to it being domestic, she was placed on “No bond” status. She was issued a misdemeanor court date of 6/8/18 at 0900 hours in Courtroom “B” at the Hernando County Courthouse.”

Driver’s License had the Name “Reva Seymour”, but she signed Tiffany Stover

YOB: 1981

Arrested at 05/11/2018 09:29 5985 NATURE COAST BLVD, BROOKSVILLE
Arrest Summary: “While on scene to a burglary of a conveyance (Bulldozer), where I found a small black bag containing a light green wallet with Florida driver’s license belonging to Reva Seymour, near the burglary site.
I observed the defendant, who initially identified herself as Reva Seymour, and gave a false date of birth of 08/31/1988. The was walking from behind a large mulch pile, which is within the area of where the burglary occurred.
Post Miranda, I asked if the green wallet containing the Florida driver’s license for Reva Seymour, was the defendant’s, which the defendant said yes.
I showed the defendant the Florida driver’s license, which clearly had the name “Reva Seymour”, while it was still in the wallet. The defendant advised that the wallet was hers. After filling out a sworn written statement, the defendant printed and signed her name as Tiffany Stover. I asked the defendant on why she printed and signed a name, different from the one she told me. This is when the defendant admitted to giving false name and identification.
The defendant was then arrested and transported to the Hernando Jail, without incident. While en route to the jail, I asked the defendant, multiple times if she had any contraband on her. Which she stated no.
After arriving at the jail, Detention deputies located in the defendant’s person, a clear glass tube with a lid, which contained a crystal like substance, which field tested positive for methamphetamine.
The defendant was charged with count one; Introduction of Contraband, Count two; Unlawful Possession of Personal Identification and Count Three; Providing False name to law enforcement.
The defendant was given a total bond of $7,000.00 and a court date of 06/04/2018 at 0830 hours in Courtroom E.”

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They Became involved in a “Brawl” and that during this “Brawl” the defendant struck her

YOB: 1999

Arrested at 05/12/2018 14:04 FIRESIDE ST, SPRING HILL
Arrest Summary: “On 05/12/2018 law enforcement responded to xxxx Fireside Street in reference to a battery. Upon arrival contact was made with Stephanie C. Stephanie advised that she had been in an argument with her live in boyfriend, Dylan Morgan, and that during the argument she was strangled and battered. Stephanie advised that the defendant had grabbed her phone away from her during the argument and that in retaliation she struck him once on the back of the neck. Stephanie advised that the defendant then got in her face and shoved her.
Stephanie stated that she and the defendant then became involved in a “Brawl” and that during this “Brawl” the defendant struck her once in the face with his fist and ended up on top of her. Stephanie stated that the defendant then used both of his hands and tightly squeezed her throat, cutting off her air supply. Stephanie advised that she wasn’t able to breathe for approximately 2 seconds. Stephanie advised that she then grabbed the defendant’s throat, at which point he let go of her.
Stephanie did advise that she and the defendant have been living together for approximately one year. Stephanie also advised that she is 22 weeks pregnant with the defendant’s child.
Observation of Stephanie did reveal her to have red and purple colored bruising on the right side of her neck, consistent with that of being strangled. Also observed in the same area of the bruising was petechial hemorrhaging.
Contact was then made with the defendant who did confirm that he knew Stephanie was pregnant.
The defendant was then taken into custody and transported to the Hernando County jail. Once at the jail the defendant was issued a court date of 06/04/2018 and held on a no bond status.”

Megan stated that her face was “buried in the covers”

YOB: 1960

Arrested at 05/12/2018 23:02 xxxx BROADMOOR LN, SPRING HILL
Arrest Summary: “On 05-12-2018 I responded to the residence located at xxxx Broadmoor Lane in reference to an active physical disturbance.
Upon arrival, law enforcement observed the defendant, Michael McEwen, to be actively restraining his 30 year old daughter, Megan.
Contact was made with Megan who advised she was “attacked” by her father, the defendant, Michael after the two of them got into an argument. During this argument, Megan advised she attempted to leave the residence, however she was pushed to the floor several times, restrained on the floor, and at one point, was pinned on the bed. While on the bed, Megan stated that her face was “buried in the covers” and that the defendant’s hand was covering her nose and mouth, preventing her from speaking and breathing.
Megan was observed to be out of breath while speaking with law enforcement and was observed to have minor injuries to her head, nose, and face.
Contact was made with the defendant who advised Megan was being “loud” and making derogatory statements to him and his mother. Because of her “behavior”, the defendant advised he “restrained” Megan until law enforcements arrival. The defendant did not comment on the use of force, resulting in her being unable to speak or breathe. The defendant stated he was only trying to “quiet her down” due to them living in a retirement community.
The defendant was then taken into custody for one count Domestic Battery by Strangulation, due to Megan and the defendant being blood relatives and living as a family unit.
The defendant was then transported to the Hernando County Jail. Once at the jail, the defendant was advised of his court date on 6-4-2018 at 8:30 AM in court room E. The defendant was issued no bond due to the charges being domestic in nature.”

Asked to produce a driver’s license, she replied, “I don’t have one.

YOB: 1989
Arrested at 05/14/2018 08:15 PINEHURST DR & HOLIDAY DR, SPRING HILL

Arrest Summary: “On 5/14/18 at approximately 0800 hours, I observed a black Honda Accord bearing FL tag Y12WHJ traveling northbound on Cobblestone Drive, fail to stop at the stop sign located at Cobblestone Drive and Pinehurst Drive. The vehicle turned eastbound on Pinehurst Drive; therefore, I positioned my patrol vehicle behind it and activated my emergency lights. The vehicle came to a stop at the intersection of Pinehurst Drive and Holiday Drive.
I made contact with the defendant who was driver of the vehicle and sole occupant, Brandi Noel Andersen. When she was advised of the infraction and asked to produce a driver’s license, she replied, “I don’t have one.” She advised her license was revoked for failing to pay DUI fines from 2012. She produced Florida Identification card, which I confirmed her identity and revealed her driving privileges are still revoked.
A check of DAVID also revealed the defendant was found “Guilty” for driving with a cancelled, suspended, or revoked license on the following dates: 5/5/2012, 6/16/2012, 7/11/2012, and 7/16/2012. The defendant was classified as a habitual traffic violator on 10/31/2012 for a period of 60 months, which has since expired, however she still does not currently possess a valid driver’s license.
The defendant was taken into custody and transported to the Hernando County Detention Center. She was charged with Driving while license cancelled, suspended, or revoked and given a bond of $2000. She was issued a felony court date of 6/12/18 at 0900 hours in courtroom “D” at the Hernando County Courthouse.”

Lisa MacNeil
Lisa MacNeil
Lisa MacNeil is a reporter for the Hernando Sun as well as a business technology developer, specializing in website development, content management systems, and data analysis.
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