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Shannon April Brown, 30, 244th Street, Old Town, charged with retail theft less than $300. The incident report says Brown was detained by WalMart security after being observed putting merchandise in her handbag and exiting the store.
Michael Lee Williams, 50, of Chiefland, charged with possession of drug paraphernalia, possession of less than 20 grams of marijuana and possession of cocaine. The police report says officers responded to a call about a reckless driver on North Young Boulevard and stopped the vehicle. After determining the driver was not under the influence, but just tired, the officer spoke with the passenger who said he did not have identification on him, but gave his name, birth date and Social Security number, the report says. A check revealed the outstanding warrants for failure to appear on the drug charges.
Jonathan Wayne Divers, 27, Northwest 16th Avenue, Chiefland, charged with driving with a suspended or revoked license. The report says Divers was stopped after failing to signal a left turn. When asked for his license, Divers said it was at home, but according to the police report it had been suspended for three years.
Heather Nicole Pratt, 20, Northeast 765th Street, Old Town, and Nicole Dominique Morris, 21, both charged with retail theft under $300. They were detained by WalMart security after being observed consuming chocolate milk and fried chicken, and concealing personal hygiene items in their bags, according to the police report. They were stopped by store security and later turned over to police after paying for other items, the report says.
Willie T. Davis, Southeast 8th Terrace, Chiefland, charged with battery. The officer's report says witnesses said Davis had kicked his girlfriend's feet out from under her, gotten on top of her and hit her in the face numerous times. When the officer arrived, he heard Davis yelling and cursing while standing over her in the back bedroom of the home, according to the report. Davis told the officer he was very upset his girlfriend cheated on him, the report said.
Darla Kay Gay, 40, Northwest 23rd Circle, Bell, charged with three counts of theft between $50-$199. According to the police report, WalMart security observed Gay and two children, ages 14 and 17, concealing $157.59 in merchandise in tote bags and exiting without paying. Store security and employees detained the trio, according to the report. The juveniles were turned over to their father after being charged with retail theft, according to the report. Gay has prior arrests for theft and is on probation for a similar charge, according to the report.