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Levy County Sheriff's Report

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By The Staff

BRONSON - Another student was arrested on the charge of making a false report of planting a bomb or explosive device, according to records.

Tyler Ryan Baker, 15, of Williston was arrested at Hilltop Alternative School (HAS) in Bronson on Oct. 22 by Levy County Sheriff's Office Sgt. James M. Long.

At approximately 2:15 p.m. on that Monday, HAS teacher Arnett Hall saw Baker writing on a computer desk, Long said in his report of the incident. The teacher read the face of the disk and saw "virus, this computer will explode the next time it's turned on," Long said. There was a drawing of a "bomb" added to the text, the sergeant noted.

As noted previously in the Chiefland Citizen, a Chiefland High School student was recently arrested for allegedly making a false bomb report.

Like the CHS student, the HAS student was booked at the county jail and then released to the Florida Department of Juvenile Justice.

Since the juveniles have been arrested for felonies, their names are open for publication.

Other people arrested by the LCSO recently included:

? David Keith Walters, 40, of Chiefland was arrested Oct. 24 on two counts of aggravated assault with a deadly weapon. Bond $50,000.

? Joshua Brant, 18, of Bronson was arrested Oct. 24 for five counts of burglary of a structure and three counts of larceny. Bond $31,000.

? Billy Vlacos, 26, of Archer was arrested Oct. 24 for dealing in stolen property. Bond $30,000.

? Stacey Denise Donald, 25, of Chiefland was arrested Oct. 25 for two counts of grand theft auto and two counts of dealing in stolen property. Bond $20,000.

? Joshua D. Thrombley, 23, of Trenton was arrested Oct. 25 for two counts of sale of cocaine and two counts of possession of cocaine. Bond $30,000.

? Kenyatta Howard, 32, of Fanning Springs was arrested Oct. 25 for sale of cocaine and possession of cocaine. Bond $15,000.

? David W. Lewis III, 26, of Archer was arrested Oct. 22 for felony domestic battery. Bond $15,000.

? Brandi Jo Crouse, 27, of Fort White was arrested Oct. 24 for larceny. Bond $10,000.

? Ira Stoker, 34, of Tiffin, Ohio, was arrested Oct. 19 for felonious battery. Bond $7,500.

? Kimberly A. Scasino, 39, of Trenton was arrested Oct. 21 on a worthless check charge. Bond $1,000.

? Ishmael Mosley, 23, of Bronson was arrested Oct. 19 for driving while license suspended or revoked (DWLSR) and resisting arrest without violence. Bond $2,500.

? James Lewis Boyd, 50, of Chiefland was arrested Oct. 24 for DWLSR. Bond $1,500.

? Johnny Lee Welch, 28, of Chiefland was arrested Oct. 24 for DWLSR. Bond $1,000.

? Johnny L. Brunson, 37, of an unknown address was transported from Polk County and arrested Oct. 19 on a Levy County warrant for writ of bodily attachment. This charge often results from failure to pay child support. Purge for $4,860.

? Pamela Ward-Clark, 43, of Bell was arrested Oct. 19 for fraud. Bond $200.

? Jeffery Miller, 35, of Crawfordville was arrested Oct. 21 for driving while under the influence of alcohol and for three counts of being an out of state fugitive. Bond $4,575.

? Kari Jenkins, 32, of Trenton was arrested Oct. 24 for larceny. She was released on her own recognizance.

? Charles Presutti, 29, of Morriston was arrested Oct. 20 for domestic battery and domestic false imprisonment.

? James A. Williamson, 28, of Old Town was arrested Oct. 21 for domestic battery. Bond $3,500.

? Thomas Martin, 65, of Morriston was arrested Oct. 24 for domestic battery. Bond $3,500

? Elizabeth A France, 25, of Chiefland was arrested Oct. 24 for two counts of domestic battery. Bond $10,000.

? Kenneth Hess, 53, of Williston was arrested Oct. 22 for domestic battery. Bond $3,500.

The following people were recently arrested by the LCSO for violation of probation (VOP) or failure to appear (FTA) in court. Their charges are listed next to the FTA or VOP after their name, age and city of residence.

? Monique DeLoach, 22, of Chiefland, two counts FTA-fraud.

? Andrew Merz, 26, of Chiefland, FTA-disorderly conduct, FTA-resisting arrest without violence and FTA-possession of drug paraphernalia.

? David Scasino, 52, of Trenton, FTA-contempt of court.

? Thomas Ellis, 30, of Bronson, FTA-DWLSR.

? Ronald Speck, 37, of Williston, VOP-DWLSR.

? Patricia Lillie, 47, of Williston, VOP-possession of cocaine.