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Police/Courts

  • Sheriff's Report & Most Wanted for September 13

     The Levy County Sheriff’s Office reports the following arrests:

    n Sept. 9, Erica Sue Allen, 34, Inglis, possession of drug equipment.

    n Sept. 5, Jesse Carroll Baggett, 32, Bronson, petit theft, possession of drug equipment, possession of marijuana. Bond $18,000.

    n Sept. 4, Shellie Renee Bailey, 36, FTA. Bond $2,000.

    n Sept. 4, David Donald Bezanson, 34, Inglis, out of county warrant. Bond $5,000.

    n Sept. 4, Gerald David Browning, 31, Trenton, possession of marijuana, possession of drug equipment. Bond $1,500.

  • Police station expands

    Work continues on the extension to the Chiefland Police Station on East Park Avenue and U.S. Highway 19/Main Street. The new space will be used to house records and give officers room to work in writing reports.

  • Court dispositions published September 20

     

  • Sheriff's Report & Most Wanted for September 20

    The Levy County Sheriff’s Office reports the following arrests:

    n Sept. 11, Gary Patrick Chung, 58, Dunnellon, two VOP. Bond $30,000.

    n Sept. 11, Heather Corbett, 20, Trenton, battery on officer, firefighter or EMT w/v, carrying an electric weapon. Bond $65,000.

    n Sept. 9, Angela Renee Delafe, 44, Inglis, possession of controlled substance w/o prescription. Bond $25,000.

    n Sept. 14, Melissa Corinne Fellhauer, 29, Inglis, VOP. Bond $2,000.

  • Sheriff's Report & Most Wanted for the week of August 16

    The following information is taken from Levy County Sheriff's Office arrest reports:

    n Aug. 9, Beech, David Lee, of Chiefland, Battery touch or strike. $20,000 bond.

    n Aug. 12, Boykin, Brandon Travon, of Archer, no valid license.

    n Aug. 11, Boykin William Tay, of Trenton, four counts grand theft less than $5,000, marijuana poss. more than 20 grams, Drug equipment, trespassing. $23,000 bond.

  • Court Dispositions published August 9

    n Jerrell Lashaw Hopkins, VOP on possession of controlled substance without a prescription, probation revoked, 180 days with credit for 138 days served. Must pay civil judgment, jail fund and VOP cost.

    n Matthew Huston, VOP on criminal mischief under $1,000, revoke probation, 270 days with credit for 232 days served. Must pay civil judgment, jail fund, VOP cost.  

  • Sheriff's Report & Most Wanted for the week of August 9

    The Levy County Sheriff’s Department reports the following arrests:

    n July 31, Nadia Behrens, 21, Bronson, out of county warrant.

    n Aug. 4, Raymond Crouch, 40, Old Town, driving on permanently revoked DL, license plate not assigned, possession methamphetamine, deliver methamphetamine, possession drug equipment, refuse to accept citation. Bond $96,500.

    n Aug. 1, Richard William Deemer, 22, Sarasota, burglary, petit theft, out of county warrant. Bond $30,000.

  • Levy County launches Smart911

    Levy County E911 announced Monday that they have implemented Smart911 to enhance delivery of 9-1-1 emergency services for area citizens. 

  • Progress Energy warns customers of bill-payment scam

    ST. PETERSBURG – Progress Energy Florida, a subsidiary of Duke Energy, is urging customers be on alert for a new utility bill payment scam affecting customers across the country.
    Under the scam, customers are receiving a call informing them their electric service is scheduled for immediate disconnection and they should make a payment by purchasing a “Green Dot Pak” card at a local drug or convenience store. Progress Energy has received reports of customers who have been contacted about this scam in both its Carolinas and Florida service territories.

  • Court Dispositions published the week of August 2

    n Jesse Bryan Balough, sale of cocaine and possession of cocaine with intent to sell, 18 months with credit for 154 days served, served concurrently; possession of cocaine, possession of paraphernalia, keeping a shop for dangerous drugs 1st violation and possession of a controlled substance without a prescription, nolle pros. Must pay civil judgment.
    n Debbie J. Barfield, driving while license revoked for habitual traffic offense, 18 months with credit for 5 days. Must pay civil judgment and jail fund.