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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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Deputies Arrest Convicted Felon in Possession of Firearm after Manhunt

By HSCO

Kevin Bearden

Between 01-27-18 and 01-29-18, a Residential Burglary was committed at 26307 Mountain Lake Road in Brooksville. During the burglary, a red Yamaha golf cart was stolen from inside the garage.

On 01-29-18, an Armed Residential Burglary was committed at 6190 Spring Lake Highway in Brooksville. During the burglary, several pieces of ladies jewelry and a loaded firearm were stolen. At the approximate time of the burglary, a witness observed a white male drive to the residence on a red golf cart, enter the residence, and then leave in the same golf cart.

Deputies Arrest Convicted Felon in Possession of Firearm after Manhunt

By HSCO

Kevin Bearden

Between 01-27-18 and 01-29-18, a Residential Burglary was committed at 26307 Mountain Lake Road in Brooksville. During the burglary, a red Yamaha golf cart was stolen from inside the garage.

On 01-29-18, an Armed Residential Burglary was committed at 6190 Spring Lake Highway in Brooksville. During the burglary, several pieces of ladies jewelry and a loaded firearm were stolen. At the approximate time of the burglary, a witness observed a white male drive to the residence on a red golf cart, enter the residence, and then leave in the same golf cart.

DUI driver thought Bank of America was Taco Bell

Hernando Sun Staff

Douglas J. Francisco

A Hernando County Sheriff Deputy was called out to the Bank of America at Mariner and Cortez in the afternoon Wednesday, Jan. 17. The bank manager Martin was concerned that a driver was under the influence.

Martin reported that a white male driving a blue Hyundai sedan appeared unconscious in the Bank of America drive thru lane. Martin approached the car and repeatedly beat on the window for "some time" before he was able to wake the driver. When the driver awoke he ordered a burrito from Martin. Martin told him this was not a Taco Bell and the driver drove away.

Deputies avert shoot-outs, arrest 2 in separate barricade incidents

The Hernando County Sheriff's Office recently defused two domestic violence cases in two separate incidents in Brooksville.

On Jan. 6, two HCSO deputies responded to a victim's call for police at 6223 California St. about 4 pm and confronted the subject, John Digangi outside the residence. According to Lieutenant John Cameron, the deputies retreated after they saw Mr. Digangi pull a what appeared to be a firearm, “putting them in fear that there was going to be an exchange of gunfire.”