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The data on this site provides only arrest and booking information and should not be relied upon to determine an individual's actual criminal record. The offense listed is sometimes generic and could represent several different charges. Assumptions should NOT be made solely on the offense displayed on this website. This data may not reflect charging decisions made by the State Attorney's Office or the outcome of criminal trials. An acquittal or dismissal of a criminal charge does not necessarily negate the validity of an arrest. To obtain the final disposition of any criminal charges, contact the Clerk of the Circuit Court.

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                                NOHEJL, CHRISTINA A
                                 (07/20/1985)
NOHEJL, CHRISTINA A
(07/20/1985)

812.019 - DEALING IN STOLEN PROPERTY

08/17/19 22:47

8112 EASTERN CIRCLE DR

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                                HILL, THOMAS JAMES
                                 (01/17/1995)
HILL, THOMAS JAMES
(01/17/1995)

914.22 - TAMPER/HARASS WITNESS-VICTIM
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806.13 - CRIMINAL MISCHIEF
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810.08 - TRESPASS IN STRUCTURE/CONVEY

08/17/19 07:12

13036 SIGMUND ST

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                                HUTCHINSON, BRANDON DAVID (11/11/1998)
HUTCHINSON, BRANDON DAVID (11/11/1998)

810.02 - BURGLARY DWELLING

08/17/19 03:54

9236 JAYSON DR

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                                REYES, KEVIN MICHAEL (09/26/1984)
REYES, KEVIN MICHAEL (09/26/1984)

901.31 - FAILURE TO APPEAR

08/17/19 00:35

10400 BLANKS ST

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                                D'ANGELO, MELISSA CORINNE
                                 (12/12/1973)
D'ANGELO, MELISSA CORINNE
(12/12/1973)

812.014 - RETAIL THEFT (SHOPLIFTING)

08/17/19 18:56

13300 CORTEZ BLVD

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                                SHULTZ, MICHAEL TEE (06/14/1975)
SHULTZ, MICHAEL TEE (06/14/1975)

784.03 - DOMESTIC BATTERY

08/17/19 17:19

15266 ALBA DR

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LAW ENFORCEMENT OPERATIONS 4/29/19

• Deputies responded to:
o Missing/Endangered Juvenile – Hazelwood Drive/Brooksville – Habitual Runaway – Active investigation.
o Death Investigation – 16076 Bradenton Street/Brooksville – Probable Suicide – Male/36 YOA.
o Vehicle Burglary and Loitering and Prowling – Western Way Plaza/Cortez Boulevard – Male got into a vehicle and was rummaging around until confronted by the owner – He was then looking into other vehicles – Arrest/Male.
o Vehicle Burglary – 5250 Tanner Road/Spring Hill – Firearm taken from unlocked vehicle sometime since February.

LAW ENFORCEMENT OPERATIONS 4/22/19

• Deputies responded to:

Robbery by Sudden Snatching – Wawa/20075 Cortez Boulevard/Brooksville – During a verbal altercation a man removed a phone from the pocket of his ex-girlfriend. The woman was able to retrieve her phone prior to the man leaving – Investigation Active.

o Felony Criminal Mischief – 24444 Casey Road/Brooksville – During an argument, a man busted out the windows of the victim’s house – Arrest/Male.

LAW ENFORCEMENT OPERATIONS 4/18/19

• Deputies responded to:
o Death Investigation/Suicide – 1396 Kass Circle/Spring Hill – Victim was located in a wooded lot near this location.
o Commercial Burglary – Spring Hill Lanes/3447 Commercial Way/Spring Hill – Active Investigation.
o Battery LEO – Eric Street/Abeline Road/Spring Hill – Reports of Naked male acting suspicious – Upon arrival, male battered deputy – Arrest/Male.
o Suspicious Persons - Rio Circle/Spring Hill – Male and female walking in area – Female provided a false name and had an active warrant – Arrest/Female.

LAW ENFORCEMENT OPERATIONS 4/16/19

• Deputies responded to:
o Stolen Vehicle – 7043 Broad Street/Brooksville – Cars, Trucks, and Vans – Ford F-350 taken off the lot – Vehicle later recovered in Sumter County.
o PACE Center for Girls – Dumont Avenue/Spring Hill – Active investigation.
o Armed Robbery – 671 Broad Street/Brooksville – Males claims to have been punched in the face while unknown person were trying to steal his money – Active investigation.

LAW ENFORCEMENT OPERATIONS 4/11/19

• Deputies responded to:
o Found Property – I-75/MM301 – Workers located an ATM – Active.
o Sexting/Sexual Battery – Weeki Wachee – Active.
o Death Investigation – 6257 Swan Lane/Spring Hill – No foul play suspected.
o Sex Offense – JD Floyd ELEM – Occurred elsewhere/reported at the school – Active.
o Stolen Vehicle – 1221 Candlelight Boulevard/Brooksville – Grandson (17YOA) stole the car and traded it for crack – Person who “bought” the car then crashed it near Hernando High School – Arrest/Male.

LAW ENFORCEMENT OPERATIONS

• Deputies responded to:
o Criminal Mischief – St. Francis Cabrini Catholic Church/5030 Mariner Boulevard/Spring Hill – Two males (juveniles) got on the roof of the church and did extensive damage – Active investigation.
o Suicide Threat – 12375 Pitcairn Street/Brooksville – Male threatened suicide and fled when deputies arrived – K-9 Meck tracked/located the male – Baker Act.

Wrong-Way Driver Causes Deputy-Involved Crash on Spring Hill Drive

On 02-28-19 just after 1 a.m., Deputy David Merced was conducting a proactive patrol in the area of Spring Hill Drive and Kass Circle in Spring Hill.

At approximately 1:11 a.m., Merced observed a blue Ford traveling eastbound on Spring Hill Drive with no tag light. Merced attempted to conduct a Traffic Stop at Spring Hill Drive and Omaha Circle. Unbeknownst to Merced, operators in the Emergency Communications Center were in the process of receiving a call regarding a wrong-way driver on Spring Hill Drive, near his location.