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                                BRANDENBURG, KEVIN JOHN
                                 (02/06/1981)
BRANDENBURG, KEVIN JOHN
(02/06/1981)

322.34(2) - KNOWINGLY DRIVE WHILE LIC SUSPENDED/REVOKED

07/05/20 20:16



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                                BATSON, JANET FRANCES (10/15/1985)
BATSON, JANET FRANCES (10/15/1985)

322.34(2) - KNOWINGLY DRIVE WHILE LIC SUSPENDED/REVOKED
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320.02(1) - UNREGISTERED MOTOR VEHICLE

07/05/20 17:40




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                                PETERS, JESSICA PEARL (02/12/1990)
PETERS, JESSICA PEARL (02/12/1990)

893.13(1)(a) - POSSESSION OF A CONTROLLED SUBSTANCE
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893.13(1)(a) - POSS OF METHAMPHETAMINE
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893.147 - POSSESSION DRUG PARAPHERNALIA
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812.014 - RETAIL THEFT (SHOPLIFTING)
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322.03 - DRIVERS LICENSE

07/05/20 11:04




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                                DENSON, JESSY LEE Jr
                                 (05/01/1967)
DENSON, JESSY LEE Jr
(05/01/1967)

784.03 - DOMESTIC BATTERY

07/05/20 07:53



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                                WHITE, HOSEA TALMADGE III (10/03/1983)
WHITE, HOSEA TALMADGE III (10/03/1983)

784.046 - DATING VIOLENCE

07/04/20 07:19




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                                LANGEVIN, DOUGLAS PARKER (05/03/1964)
LANGEVIN, DOUGLAS PARKER (05/03/1964)

901.31 - FAILURE TO APPEAR

07/04/20 01:19




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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.

Counterfeit Bills

Since 10/21/2018, the subject pictured has passed numerous counterfeit bills at the Wal-Mart located at 13300 Cortez Blvd., Spring Hill. If you have information on this individual

Contact LEO: Detective I. Grey

1-352-754-6830

If you wish to remain anonymous or to be eligible for a reward, call the Hernando County Crime Stoppers toll-free number 1-866-990-8477 or you may electronically send your tip via Crime Stoppers directly. You may be eligible for a reward of up to $1,000.

Inmate Resuscitated at the Hernando County Detention Center

On 02-12-19 at approximately 8 p.m., an inmate at the Hernando County Detention Center experienced a medical emergency.

Detention deputies were alerted by another inmate that an inmate, who was previously walking around, talking, and acting normal, had just become unresponsive. Detention deputies immediately radioed medical staff and responded to the cell where the inmate was located.

Vice and Narcotics Search Warrant – 5073 Landover Boulevard

On 02-13-19 just after 9:30 a.m., detectives from the Hernando County Sheriff’s Office Vice and Narcotics Unit executed a search warrant at 5073 Landover Boulevard in Spring Hill.

An investigation revealed that the resident, James Slocum, was involved in cultivating marijuana.

During the search of the residence, detectives located the following:

 25 marijuana plants in various stages of growth

 13.041 pounds of harvested marijuana

 2 firearms

 Multiple items of paraphernalia.

Deputies Make Arrest in Scheme to Defraud Case

On 02-10-19 at approximately 4 p.m., Hernando County deputies were dispatched to the Walmart located at 1485 Commercial Way in Spring Hill after loss prevention officers contacted the Sheriff’s Office for assistance.

Upon arrival, deputies met with loss prevention officers (LP) who advised that two males were currently in the store, selecting high-dollar items in an effort to commit a scheme to defraud Walmart.