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Police/Courts

  • Sheriff's Report & Most Wanted for May 26

    The Levy County Sheriff’s Office reports the following arrests:
    n May 18, Ray Conela Adcock, 60, Chiefland, DWLSR with knowledge. Bond $500.
    n May 17, Debra Spaulding Andrews, 55, Trenton, possession of cannabis, maintaining a drug dwelling, trafficking in Oxycodone. Bond $101,000.

  • Man arrested on domestic, child assault charges

    Charles David Keene, 52, of Archer, was arrested after Levy County Sheriff's deputies answered a domestic disturbance call on May 9 at University Oaks subdivision, according to a  Sheriff's Office press release.
    An adult female told a deputy that Keene had been drinking and when he came home they got into a verbal argument. She said Keene picked up a children's bicycle and attempted to throw it at her,  but it missed and instead struck a child, 3,  knocking the child to the ground.

  • Sheriff's Report & Most Wanted for May 19

    The Levy County Sheriff’s Office reports the following arrests:
    n May 9, Rebecca J. Alvarado, 35, Trenton, writ of bodily attachment. Bond $1,176.93.
    n May 10, Daniel Luke Arrington, 33, Chiefland, burglary, grand theft, dealing in stolen property. Bond $100,000.
    n May 15, Cody James Blair, 19, Bronson, aggravated stalking. Bond $100,000.
    n May 9, Todd Edgar Bloss, 40, Keystone Heights, no driver’s license. Bond $500.

  • Court dispositions

    The following persons were sentenced, found not guilty or the case nolle pros — dropped — in the Criminal Division of the 8th Circuit Court in Levy County. The information is taken from public records. VOP means violation of probation.
    n Jorge Escobedo Alonso, driving without a license, 60 days with credit for 60 days served; resisting an officer with violence, nolle pros. Must pay civil judgment.

  • Citizens on Patrol

    They are at all the parades, funerals, festivals, public gatherings. They're the folks who look a lot like Levy County Sheriff's deputies, but not quite. They drive official looking sheriff's cruisers with a slightly different paint scheme and have yellow lights on top. 

    They're the silen superheroes of the Sheriff's Office, the Citizens on Patrol. They provide an extra pair of eyes by patrolling neighborhoods. They direct traffic so folks on their way to a big event don't get frazzled.

  • Court Dispositions, May 12

    The following persons were sentenced, found not guilty or the case nolle pros — dropped — in the Criminal Division of the 8th Circuit Court in Levy County. The information is taken from public records. VOP means violation of probation. n Kenneth W. Aldrich, battery on officer, nolle pros, and resisting an officer with violence, 12 months probation.
    n Chastity Anderson, vehicle theft, 5 years probation, must enroll in drug treatment program. Must pay $94 cost of investigation.

  • Police: Man threatened to bash in ex-wife’s head

    A Chiefland man was arrested by Chiefland police May 2 for aggravated assault with a deadly weapon after he threatened to beat his ex-wife and her new boyfriend with a pole, according to a CPD arrest report.
    James Stevenson Ellerby Sr., 45, was drunk when he opened the door of his ex-wife’s home and began threatening to “bust their heads,” according to the report. The ex-wife told Ellerby to leave several times, and he did, shortly before police arrived.

  • Sheriff's reports and most wanted

    The Levy County Sheriff’s Office reports the following arrests:
    • May 8, Valrize Latrice Bristol, 31, Dunnellon, DUI, DWLSR, leaving scene of accident with personal injury. Bond $46,000.
    • May 6, Jeffery Blake Browning, 52, Dunnellon, RWV, disorderly intoxication and corruption by threat against a public servant. Bond $21,000.
    • May 3, James Stevenson Ellerby, 45, Chiefland, aggravated assault. Bond $50,000.
    • Miranda Lee McClain, 19, Bronson, VOP retail theft. Bond $5,000.

  • Sheriff's Report & Most Wanted — May 5

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

  • Sexual predator address change

    Terry Owens, 29, who was convicted in Alachua County in 2000 for lewd and lascivious on a child less than 12 years of age, has moved from Trenton to 16915 N.W. U.S. Highway 19, Fanning Springs.

    For a complete listing of all registered sexual predators and offenders residing in Levy County, or to search by zip code, please visit www.flde.state.fl.us and go to the sexual database.