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LAW ENFORCEMENT OPERATIONS 5/29/19

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Information contained in this report is from the previous 24 hours or previous weekend.

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LAW ENFORCEMENT OPERATIONS
• Deputies responded to:
o Battery on a Law Enforcement Officer – 336 Cresthaven Court/Spring Hill – While attempting to take a woman into protective custody she kicked a deputy in the knee. Arrest/Female.
o Trespass after Warning – Bayfront Spring Hill – Woman refused to leave the hospital after being discharged. The woman refused to comply with the deputy’s direction to leave the hospital – Arrest/Female.
o Hospital Walk Off – Oak Hill Hospital/Brooksville – A female patient was being admitted to the hospital under a Marchman Act. When the nurse left the room the woman proceeded to leave the hospital. She was later located back at her home.
o Found Property – 6301 Jamaica Road/Spring Hill – A man was cleaning out his late father law’s garage when he discovered an ammo box containing military-grade blasting caps. The man took the blasting caps back to his residence on Lake Hill Court. The Citrus County Hazardous Devices Team responded to safely remove the blasting caps.
o Missing Juvenile – 10395 Fieldvue Road/Brooksville – Investigation Active.
o Residential Burglary – 25365 Willow Street/Brooksville – Homeowner reported that someone cut a lock on the fence and removed a riding mover and utility cart from the property – Investigation Active.
o Possession of Synthetic Cannabis/Violation of Probation – 901 S. Broad Street/Brooksville – Deputes stopped the operator of a vehicle who was driving erratically. A search located 4.48 grams of Spice. Arrest/Male
Schools:
o West Hernando Middle School – Unknown individual shot several bb’s into a window, damaged a couple of street signs and ripped down some banners.
o Hernando High School – One student punched another student during an argument.

Leslie Stein
Leslie Stein
Leslie Stein has over 35 years experience as a Speech-Language Pathologist working with neurologically impaired adults. She received her undergraduate and graduate degrees at the University of South Florida in Speech Pathology. Leslie specializes in caring for individuals who have been effected by multiple medical conditions both acute and degenerative. Populations she cares for includes, but is not limited to, patients suffering from the symptoms of Stroke, Parkinsons, Alzheimers/Dementia, Multiple Sclerosis, and ALS which can adversely affect communication, cognition and swallow. Many years of experience has provided her with extensive knowledge and skills when developing individualized therapeutic techniques to help these patients return to their prior level of functioning or improving the quality of their life.
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