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Absconded Sexual Predator - William Haverty 5/10/19

The Hernando County Sheriff’s Office is seeking assistance from the public in locating an Absconded Sexual Predator.

William Haverty
DOB/07-12-1963
Race – White
Sex – Male
Height – 6’1”
Weight – 200 pounds
Hair – Brown
Eyes – Blue

On this date at approximately 4 p.m., Haverty cut off his ankle monitor and fled from his home located at 11811 Broad Street in Brooksville, after learning of pending criminal charges.

Care Line Program Saves Another Life

Sheriff Al Nienhuis is pleased to report that the Care Line Program saved another life today.

Earlier today, when the 101-year-old Care Line client did not call in at her designated time, the Care Line clerks attempted to call her. The client did not answer.

After meeting with negative results when attempting to contact friends and neighbors (listed as emergency contacts), Care Line clerks requested a unit be dispatched to conduct a Well-Being Check on the client.

Update - Arrest Made - Spring Hill Man Sought for Dragging Dog Down Roadway

Update 5/9/19

On 05-08-19 just after 9 p.m., deputies conducting proactive patrols in the area of Commercial Way and the Outback Steakhouse observed a vehicle believed to be the one described in the BOLO (Be On the Look Out) for the animal cruelty incident (arrest warrant).

Deputy Vincent Spallino conducted a Traffic Stop on the green Ford F-150 at Frontage Road just off Commercial Way in front of the Microtel. The driver of the F-150 was identified as Gregory Tousignant.

Man Arrested for Shooting Girlfriend in the Back

On 05-08-19 at approximately 6:11 a.m., operators in the Hernando County Sheriff’s Office Emergency Communications Center received a 9-1-1 hang-Up call. When operators called the number back, a male, later identified as the defendant, Ronald Crisp, answered the phone.

Crisp told operators that while “cleaning” his gun, he accidentally shot his girlfriend, Elizabeth Perez.

When a female in the background began to scream, the call was again disconnected.

ALERT- Deputies in pursuit of armed subject

UPDATE:

On 05-07-19 at 12:43 p.m., Hernando County deputies were dispatched to the area of 925 Ponce de Leon Boulevard in Brooksville regarding a Suspicious Incident.

A caller advised dispatchers that a neighbor came to the residence stating that a male was at the neighbor's house with a gun.  Deputies were dispatched to the scene.

Upon arrival at what was believed to be a Domestic Dispute, a male fled from deputies.  Multiple commands were given by deputies for the male to "stop" - the male failed to comply with said commands.

Absconded Sexual Predator - Daniel Henry Olin

The Hernando County Sheriff’s Office is seeking assistance from the public in locating an Absconded Sexual Predator.

Daniel Henry Olin
DOB/10-10-1987
Race – White
Sex – Male
Height – 5’10”
Weight – 171 pounds
Hair – Blond
Eyes – Hazel

Olin traveled to Lake City, Fla., in January for a death in the family. He returned to Hernando County on April 25, 2019. To date, Olin has provided no updated residential address to the Hernando County Sheriff’s Office.

Deputies Respond to 9-1-1 Hang Up and Save a Life

On 05-03-19 just after 2:30 a.m., Deputy Jeff McDougal was dispatched to a 9-1-1 Hang Up in the Ridge Manor area. The address is being withheld per FS 365.171 (12).

The 9-1-1 call (hang up) originated from a cell phone, therefore McDougal responded to the area where the phone was mapping. Upon arrival in the area, McDougal observed a residence with the lights on, so he made his way there.

Officer Valor: End of Watch

by KENNETH ANTON

Hernando Sun Reporter

On Tuesday April 30, 2019, I was honored with the opportunity to attend a memorial service for a fallen Hernando County Sheriff’s Office K-9 officer: Officer Valor.

I entered the Hernando County Emergency Management building approximately twenty minutes before the ceremony. The family and officers close to Valor were already seated and reminiscing, a delicate air of mixed emotions (joy, sadness, trepidation) enveloped the mourners as they prepared for the ceremony.  

LAW ENFORCEMENT OPERATIONS 4/30/19

• Deputies responded to:
o Felony Domestic Battery/Possession of Marijuana/Possession of Methamphetamine – 12303 Fuller Street/Spring Hill – Male (suspect) fled before deputies arrived – Located a short time later – Male had methamphetamine and 65.91 grams of marijuana in his possession - Arrest/Male.
o Criminal Mischief – Merritt Funeral Home/2 S. Lemon Avenue/Brooksville – Active investigation.
o Suspicious Incident – Boost Mobil/19518 Cortez Boulevard/Brooksville – Complaints and threats about the contract – Active investigation.

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.