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Entertainer John Charles performing February 22nd at High Point Community Center

February 22, 2019, @ 7 PM, John Charles performs at the High Point Community Center, located
at 12249 Clubhouse Rd., Brooksville, FL 34613, doors open at 6:30.
 
John has been performing all over the world and has established himself as one of the most
sought-after entertainers in the corporate market. He has hosted the opening of almost every
Walt Disney resort in the United States and Europe, and has performed for most of the Fortune
500 companies.
 

Missing Endangered Adult – Keyonna Cole

The Hernando County Sheriff’s Office is requesting assistance from our media partners and the community in locating a MISSING ENDANGERED ADULT.

Keyonna Cole was last seen on 02-10-19 at approximately 11 p.m. in the area of Martin Luther King Jr. Boulevard in Brooksville as she was walking toward Broad Street.

Cole was the victim of an attempted homicide in October of 2018, which resulted in the homicide of her unborn 5-month-old fetus.

Investigators are actively looking for Cole and believe she is in danger.

Black Female

Date of Birth  03-31-1991

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.

Tampa Bay Extreme Adventure Course to lease former TreeUmph! Park

By LISA MACNEIL

Commissioners voted unanimously to approve a one-year lease with Tampa Bay Extreme Adventure Course (TBEAC) on Feb. 12, 2019.  

Following the TreeUmph! closure in August 2018, the Board of County Commissioners decided to seek bids from interested entities to continue operations at the 36-acre adventure course at 6440 Cedar Lane, featuring ziplines, ladders, nature trails and balance beams in a natural environment.