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Shady Grove welcomes all Saturday for Country ChristmasThis Saturday, Dec. 21, brings the 2013 Country Christmas celebration to Shady Grove, and neighborsnear and far are invited. A parade will step off at 11 a.m., but crafters are encouraged to set up their booths early to allow for shopping prior to the parade. To lure visitors, a 12-gauge Mossberg shotgun will be awarded to a lucky ticket holderyou can purchase your chance for $1 that day, or at Rockys (both locations) prior to Saturday. A chili cook-off is also gearing up, and entries need to be at the park by 9:45 a.m. Learn more about Shady Grove and its signature event on todays Living page. For additional information, contact Shady Grove correspondent Florrie Burroughs at 584-6343.Steinhatchee to hold Festival of Trees Dec. 21-24Steinhatchee is celebrating the season with a Festival of Trees at the community center Saturday, Dec. 21, through Tuesday, Dec. 24. The community is encouraged to come see the uniquely decorated trees by local sponsors at the center and revisit the outdoor decorations as well on Saturday from 1-8 p.m. and Monday through Tuesday from 4-8 p.m. The event is free to the public and includes hot cocoa and a cookie. Guests will be able to vote for their favorite tree by putting pennies, dimes, quarters or more into the Christmas present under the tree. All proceeds go to help cover the cost of Steinhatchees November Kids Fishing Clinic in 2014.Food distribution set todayA food distribution will be held at Jerkins Community Center today (Friday), starting at 8 a.m.Turkey give-away planned SaturdayBridging the GAPP (Gaining A Positive Perspective) will give away 200 turkeys to local families in need at the Taylor Senior Citizens Center Saturday from 11 a.m. to 1 p.m. The rst 50 turkeys will be earmarked for seniors served at the center; the remaining turkeys will be distributed on a rst-come, rst-served basis, GAPP President Garry McNealy said. Serving the Tree Capital of the South Since 1889 Perry News-HeraldPerry News-Herald 50 Friday/ SaturdayDecember 20-21, 2013 Index One section 124th Year, No. 50www.perrynewspapers.com Weather Friday76 46 Saturday 81 58 Sunday79 64 20% Perry News-Herald Perry News-Herald Looking Back . ......... A-2 Living . ..................... A-4 Religion . .................. A-6 Sports . .................... A-7 Entertainment . ........ A-8 TV listings . .............. A-9 Classieds . .......... A-12News Forum Suicide victim, 74, found at Mandalay boat ramp A 74-year-old Crawfordville man shot and killed himself in the parking lot of the Taylor County Mandalay Public Boat Ramp Sunday; he was discovered Monday by a kayaker who had stopped to use the ramps facilities. An autopsy has been conducted on the man, whose identity was not released by the Taylor County Sheriffs Ofce due to the open investigation. While the autopsy results have not been nalized, there is no indication of foul play, Capt. Ron Rice said. The man was discovered outside his vehicle, in the public parking lot. A weapon was recovered at the scene. $50,000 benchmark Shop With a Cop What could be better than giving a child a $100 gift card and free rein in the toy department? Getting to share the joy in helping make their Christmas wishes come true. That was the joy shared by volunteers in this years Shop With a Cop program held Saturday, Dec. 14. Some 23 children were able to shop for holiday gifts for themselves and their families at Walmart, which helped sponsor the event along with the Perry Police Department (PPD). (Top) Walmart Manager Melissa Allen, Capt. Jamie Cruse and Ptl. Chad Cannon were happy to play Santas helpers. (Below) Ptl. Jason Bass, left, and PPDs Sandy Young helped young shoppers ll their carts. An employee at a local fast food restaurant faces felony charges after allegedly spitting saliva into a law enforcement ofcers hamburger when it was being prepared. Investigators with the Perry Police Department (PPD) stated this (single) employee was the only individual we found involved in this type of incidentthis is nothing that is widespread among other employees. The ofcer was specically targeted. The business has been fully cooperative with the investigation and has offered any support they can with the case, PPD Capt. Jamie Cruse said. The ofcer was at the restaurant, in uniform, for a dinner break. The alleged incident was discovered after the ofcer had already consumed his meal. Another employee notied us. Our investigation continued throughout the evening Please see page 3Fast food worker targets ofcer in attack In a showing of holiday spirit, the Taylor County Commission unanimously agreed this week to waive the 50-cent fee for those riding the in-town shuttle through the end of the year. County Grants Coordinator Melody Cox, who helps administer the program, requested the commission consider the proposal during their meeting Tuesday evening, stating the move will cost the county no more than $200. The commissioners quickly approved the request. The free shuttle rides began Thursday, Dec. 19, and will continue through Tuesday, Dec. 31. Perrys in-town shuttle, which is funded through Taylor Countys Transportation Disadvantaged Program, provided 25,130 rides in 2012. The shuttle visits 22 stops throughout the city each hour from 7:30 a.m. until 6 p.m. Monday through Friday. Typically, a one-way ride is 50 cents. The stops include: Super Wash (1403 Hwy. 98 W.), Tidewater Apartments, Jerkins Community Center, Exxon Station (1203 Byron Butler Pkwy.), Woodridge Apartments, Family Dollar, Kmart, Winn-Dixie, Southern Villas, Pineview Apartments, Stonegate Apartments, Taylor Technical Institute, BP Station (South Byron Butler Parkway), Dollar General, Walmart, Perry Post Ofce, Taylor County Courthouse, Taylor County Public Library, Even Start, Taylor County Health Department, Premier Medical, Taylor County Senior Center and Doctors Memorial Hospital. The shuttle makes the loop in one hour and repeats the Free ride County waives fee for in-town shuttle Please see page 3
WHOS WRITING SANTA CLAUS?Little Rachel Westberry was pictured on front page, mailing a letter to Santa Claus in Santas Mailbox which was positioned in front of Southern Auto on South Jefferson Street. Letters would be read on radio station WPRY before being forwarded to the North Pole.GIFT FOR TARCBecky MaGuire, director of the Taylor Association for Retarded Citizens, was pictured receiving a $300 check from the Perry Rotary Club presented by President Bob Daniel.ONE JUST IN TIME FOR SANTAAlana Buckhalter, the daughter of Lane and Carol Buckhalter, was pictured on the occasion of her rst birthday, celebrated on the rst day of December.PERRY ART GUILD ENTERTAINEDThe Burrell Hindsmans hosted a Christmas party for the Perry Art Guild at their Center Street home. Members prepared a holiday display of artall media, sizes and shapesfeatured at the Perry Blueprint Co. in the downtown district. Classes in sketching and beginning oil painting were slated for the new year, with Sue Killen as instructor.WHOS NEW?Elizaabeth Inez Rowell was born to Mr. and Mrs. Lawrence Rowell on Nov. 30 at Doctors Memorial Hospital (DMH). She weighed 7 pounds, 14.5 ounces. Terry Myron Giles was born to Mr. and Mrs. Gerald P. Giles on Dec. 8 at DMH, weighing 6 pounds, 11 ounces. Mr. and Mrs. Michael W. Smith announced the birth of their son, Michael William Jr., on Dec. 9 at DMH, weighing 9 pounds, 10 ounces.DONT YOU NEED A NEW FORD?Faircloth Ford advertised, What weve got wont t down the chimney or under the Christmas treebut it will t your pocketbook!WHATS THE ONLY CURE FOR SATURDAY NIGHT FEVER?According to the Graves Drive-In Theatre ad, the only cure for Saturday Night Fever was to see the movie again. So the John Travolta dance-along was part of a the movie threatres double feature for the weekend. THEY WERE RECYCLING IN 1978?Long before the green movement gained momentum, readers of The Perry News-Herald were urged to consider these options for gift wrapping: brown paper grocery bags paired with shiny ribbon, newspapers with colorful holiday ads, old maps, leftover shelf paper and scraps of fabric. Calling it gift-wrapping the ecology way, the newspaper article suggested candy as ribbons, clusters of nuts or a new Christmas ornament, as well measuring tapes or bias tape as adornments.A-2 Perry News-Herald December 20-21, 2013 Looking Back December 20-21, 2013 THE PERRY NEWS-HERALD December 14 1978 Remember when...By ANTHONY L. WHITE firstname.lastname@example.orgA sad truth My cousins Angela and Zina thought they were doing me a favor when, a few days before Christmas 1975, they pulled me to the side and whispered, Wanna know a secret? Of course I did. Well, if we tell you, you cant tell nobody, Zina continued. Nobody! I assured her I wouldnt. Do you wanna know the truth about something? Angela asked. I hesitated. Even at 10, I knew there was a considerable difference between a secret and the truth. So, I responded uneasily, About what? About your skates, Zina answered. I dont have any skates, I proceeded cautiously. Were talking about the ones youre getting for Christmas, Angela pressed on. A few weeks earlier, my grandmother the letters to the Santa I had written for me and my brothers. A pair of skates was at the top of the list of things I wanted for Christmas, so I smiled pleasingly. That was until I wondered how Angela and Zina knew whether Santa had deemed me naughty or nice and was bringing me skates. I took a deep breath before asking, How do you know? Because Angela leaned closer and whispered the truth. It didnt take my cousins long to realize I was not ready for the truth. Knowing what was to come, they ran home as fast their feet could carry them, bolted the doors and the windows, and then hid in the rafters of their bedroom ceiling. When my grandmother came in from work and found me sitting on the tearfully at my cousins truth, she was not pleased. When my mother came in a few minutes later, she nearly blew a gasket. If he wanted to know the truth, I heard my mother yelling as she marched toward my cousins house, he wouldve known the truth. He know every damn thing else! I dont think I saw Angela and Zina, who lived across the street, until Christmas morning. And, it was from a distance. That year, when I was 10, the truth changed Christmas for me. However, my mother had been right, not about knowing everything, but about allowing myself to know the truth my cousins had told me. I could have simply put two and two together. I could have read it in the tons of books I read, many of which were about subjects and themes beyond my years. Or I could have stopped pretending I had not seen a hundred signs of the truth. Especially, the sign I had seen the previous year. Raising a child is not the only thing it took a village to do when I was growing up. It also took a village to pull off all of Santas duties for my household. The previous year I had slipped outside and saw my uncle Charles pull up to my Cousin Frances, Cousin Reatha and Mr. Bens houses in my grandfathers truck and load his sleigh. I slipped back inside, climbed back in bed and deliberately forgot what I had seen. Sometime, between that year and the next, I must have grown up because, instead of allowing my cousins truth to go over my head, I listened. Christmas is still merry, but it hasnt been as jolly since then. Eastern Star This photo was made in the lobby of the Burton-Swartz Hotel in the mid-1940s. It is a group of Christmas waves a magic wand over this world, and behold, everything is softer and more beautiful. --Norman Vincent PealeThe best of all gifts around any Christmas tree: the presence of a happy family all wrapped up in each other. --Burton HillisOne of the most glorious messes in the world is the mess created in the living room on Christmas day. Dont clean it up too quickly. --Andy RooneyThis is the message of Christmas: We are never alone. --Taylor CaldwellChristmas is a necessity. There has to be at least one day of the year to remind us that were here for something else besides ourselves. --Eric SevareidOur hearts grow tender with childhood memories and love of kindred, and we are better throughout the year for having, in spirit, become a child again at Christmas-time. --Laura Ingalls WilderMankind is a great, an immense family. This is proved by what we feel in our hearts at Christmas. --Pope John XXIIThere are no strangers on Christmas Eve. --Mildred Cram and Adele Comandini Christmas memories gather and dance--each beautiful, unique and too soon gone.--Deborah WhippTheres nothing sadder in this world than to awake Christmas morning and not be a child. --Erma Bombeck Quotable Quotes Share your history with us!Class photos, family stories, local historical artifacts...please call 584-5513 or e-mail newsdesk@ perrynewspapers.com today.
A-3 Perry News-Herald December 20-21, 2013 and the next day. Enough evidence was obtained to charge the employee with two felonies, Cruse said. Kenitra Larontae Davis, 25, was arrested Monday, Dec. 16, and charged with poisoning food/water and battery on law enforcement. She was held on a $5,000 bond, which she posted the following day. During the investigation, it was discovered that the ofcer had contact with the suspect sometime prior to the incident in a law enforcement capacity. She (Davis) has been contact with many PPD ofcers in their capacity as law enforcement ofcers, and this specic ofcer was the one she had an issue with that evening. He was targeted, Cruse reiterated. route throughout the day, except from 12:30 to 1:30 p.m. According to Cox, of the 25,130 riders who utilized the shuttle service in 2012, 9,702 were elderly and 3,110 were disabled. Santas helpers This is the second year the Perry Police Department has coordinated the Shop With a Cop helping the participating children shop. FREE RIDE Continued from page 1 25,130 riders utilized shuttle service in 2012 FAST FOOD WORKER Continued from page 1 Davis charged with battery on ofcer The Taylor County School Board recently changed its its district tobacco policy to give students who are caught with tobacco products on campus the option of cessation education programs instead of suspensions. The board held a public hearing at its Tuesday, Dec. 10, meeting to consider changing the district tobacco policy and discipline matrix. No one from the public spoke during the hearing and both changes were approved unanimously by the board. Members of the local Students Working Against Tobacco (SWAT) organization, along with representatives with the Tobacco Prevention Program at the Taylor County Health Department, rst approached the board in August, requesting they consider adopting the nal two points to complete a recommended 12-point comprehensive plan. One of those points was adding a tobacco education program to its student discipline matrix to be provided by the health department. After collecting more information on how other districts were implementing similar programs, the school board discussed the issue at two subsequent meetings before unanimously agreeing on Tuesday, Oct. 15, to hold a public hearing on the proposed changes to the board policy and the student discipline matrix. Under the new language, students found with tobacco products will have the option of attending the tobacco education program instead of suspensions for the rst three offenses. The program will be two hours for the rst offense, four hours with cessation resources outlined for the second offense and six hours with cessation resources for the third offense. The punishments vary based on the grade level and include: guardian, student conference, in-school-suspension (ISS) or two-hour tobacco education program; second offense, parent/guardian conference, three-day suspension or four-hour tobacco education class; third offense, veday suspension or six-hour tobacco education class. (The education classes do no replace parent notications or student conferences.) or two-hour tobacco education program; second offense, three-day suspension or four-hour tobacco education class; third offense, ve-day suspension or six-hour tobacco education class; fourth offense, 10-day suspension and recommendation for expulsion (can also include an eighthour tobacco education program in place of suspension). or two-hour tobacco education program; second offense, three-day suspension or four-hour tobacco education class; third offense, ve-day suspension or six-hour tobacco education class. or two-hour tobacco education program; second offense, ve-day suspension or four-hour tobacco education class; third offense, 10-day suspension and recommendation for expulsion or six-hour tobacco education class.School board changes student tobacco policy Buy & Sell in the Classieds (850) 584-5513
A-4 Perry News-Herald December 20-21, 2013 Living Visions of sugarplums danced all over town Its a Country Christmas! Visit Shady Grove SaturdayBy FLORRIE BURROUGHS Shady Grove correspondent Time ies... I had heard it said many times and I wondered if it could be true. Now I know the old folks who made the statement that time really ies as you get older were absolutely correct. As a child it seemed that Christmas would never come. My faithful mother always made sure we had something under the tree. I remember my sister and I would pretend to be asleep and when we were sure our parents had retired for the night, we would quietly slip out of bed and make our way to the tree to see what Santa brought. Now I am among the group that says that time is swiftly passing. Wasnt it just yesterday we celebrated Thanksgiving? As always at this time of year I nd myself with too much on my plate and I must say I am a little discouraged. My 10-yearold Honda has visited the shop three times in the past three weeks. And you wont believe the struggle I had today as I tried to put the leaf in my dining table. After struggling to pull the two leaves apart, I found two latches on the bottom holding the two leaves together. I got the latches opened and again I struggled to pull the table apart to no avail. Once again back under the table I found two metal plates that also held the two leaves together. (It seems someone was fearful this table would somehow be separated and lost from itself forever.) Removing the two plates that were held by four screws each, I tried once again to pull the leaves apart. The two leaves began to separate and I thought I had succeeded. But they only opened partially not giving enough room to add the leaf. Struggling as I might I could not pull them apart. All I could do then was to push the two leaves together again, or so I thought. You guessed it! Now I have a dining table with a wide opening (not wide enough for the leaf). I am going to sleep on this problem and tackle it another day . sometime before my company arrives on Christmas Eve. Now dont worry about me being too discouraged. These trials come and go. My blessings are such that I am drinking from my saucer cause my cup is overfull.Country ChristmasThe Council and friends are busy getting everything ready for this Saturday (Dec. 21), and we invite friends and neighbors to join us for this celebration. Crafters are encouraged to set up their booths early to allow shopping prior to the parade which begins at 11 a.m. We will be giving away door prizes as well as the 12-gauge Mossberg shotgun. Dont worry, if you havent purchased your ticket yet, you will have an opportunity to purchase one for $1 during the day. If you are entering the Chili Cook-Off Contest, please have your chili at the park by 9:45 a.m. If you need more information, call me at 584-6343. Christmas 2013 will be a memory by the time I write again. I hope you make some good memories with your loved ones as you celebrate the traditions of this wonderful season. And I hope you will reach out to someone less fortunate than yourself this season to show them the true meaning of Christmas. Taylor County 4-Hers participated in a holiday baking workshop, applying their reading comprehension and math skills by following cookie recipes. Their ever-so-sweet baked goods were distributed throughout the community to various businesses which support Taylor Countys 4-H programs. This workshop was taught by Abbey Tharpe and Lori Wiggins, Extension Agents, and 4-H Volunteer Carol Hendry. Shown at left, from left to right, are: Abbey Tharpe, Haley Osteen, Brookelynn Padgett Cierra Ward, Taylor County Tax Collector Mark Wiggins, Ashton Mauldin, Jamira Green, Javonna Green, Briana Flowers ( and on bottom row) Jaydenn Williams, Madelynn Craft, Katlynn Smith, Hannah Shiver, Lauren Wallet, Vivian and Priscilla Howie. Above, the 4-Hers visited Lee Ann Thompson at The Hair Loft.
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A-6 Perry News-Herald December 20-21, 2013 Religion Obituaries Paul Christian BollermannPaul Christian Bollermann, 59, of Perry, died Tuesday, Dec. 17, 2013. He was born Oct. 30, 1954, in Hoboken, N.J., to Christian and Dorothy (Van Wie) Bollermann. A Roman Catholic, he coached the Boys and Girls Club competitive swim team and was also a boys and girls tennis coach. He is survived by his wife of 31 years, Nancy Kay Bollermann of Perry; one brother, David Bollermann of Pennsylvania; and one sister, Karen Rankin (John), also of Pennsylvania.. Funeral services will be held at 4 p.m. on Saturday, Dec. 21, at Joe P. Burns Funeral Home with Dan Chaney ofciating. The family will receive friends from 2-4 p.m. on Saturday, Dec. 21, also at Burns which is in charge of all arrangements. Memorial contributions may be made to the American Heart Association or to the United Way of The Big Bend. Roma CaffeyRoma Caffey, 75, of Tallahassee, died Monday, Dec. 16, 2013, at Seven Hills Health and Rehabilitation in Tallahassee. She was born July 11, 1938, in Madison, to Fred and Thelma (Carlton) Roberts. She was preceded in death by one son, Kent Davis, and one granddaughter, Stephanie Durbin Millinor Ms Caffey attended Lakeside Baptist Church in Perry. Survivors include her four children: daughter, Rhonda Jenine Davis (Gerald) Durbin, of Tallahassee; sons, Aulden (Sandy) Davis of Perry, Carl Davis of Perry and Tracy Davis of Tallahassee; six grandchildren; four great-grandchildren; one sister, Karen Samson; one brother, Fred C. Roberts Sr.; and numerous nieces and nephews. Graveside services were held at Pineview Memorial Gardens on Wednesday, Dec. 18, at 3 p.m. with Paul Nawlin ofciating. Memorial contributions may be made to Covenant Hospice. All arrangements are under the care of Joe P. Burns Funeral Home.Mattie L. LaneMattie L. Lane, 86, of Perry, died Thursday, Dec. 12, 2013. A native of Taylor County she was a member of Mt. Olive Misionary Baptist Church. Mrs. Lane is survived by ve daughters: Shirley Lockhart of Palm Bay, Kathey Hope of Warner Robins, Ga., Teva Harris of Perry, Vivian Lane of Miami and Dena Ackies of Carterville Ga.; two sons, Robert Lane and Ronnie Lane, both of Miami; as well as one sister, Altamease Albright of Chicago, Ill. Funeral services will be Saturday, Dec. 21, at Mt. Olive Missionary Baptist at 11 a.m. Interment will follow at Woodlawn Cemetery. Evans-Walker Funeral Home is in charge of all arrangements. By SARAH HALL Remembering Nelson MandelaA great man, a forgiving man, a godly man, a man of knowledgeable experiences, a erce advocate for freedom and equality. His impact on the world will be remembered forever. Imagine how beautiful the world would be if there were more men, more people like Nelson Mandela. Let us remember to keep the spirit of Nelson Mandela alive, this man who lived his entire life ghting for freedom and the rights of others. By no means was he a perfect man, but the world recognizes that by human standards, he was a good man. To have had a man like Nelson Mandela in our world, gives me hope. A man of the times. A legend for the ages. His work is done, ours has just begun.Season Greetings!Listen....listen to other peoples comments and expressions of their thoughts, you might just learn something.Special PrayersFlo Jenness, Charlotte Blount, Lucille Dalton, Sandy Hall, Lovette Brasby, LaDoris Brasby, Macilla Bailey, Dorthy Williams, Mattie Lewis, Helen Hart, David Driggers and Denver Painter, all at home; Nadine Mango, in treatment; Vera, worker at TSCC; all the residents at Marshall Health and Rehab. TIDBITS: Mandelas work is done; ours begins now The Florida Baptist Childrens Home (FBCH) describes her this way: Her name is Haley. She has curly hair and a big smile. She is inquisitive and lively, just like she should be at 7 years old. Her Christmas list is short: doll clothes, a night light and parents who will keep her forever. Tasked with providing care for 60,000 children and families in need, the FBCH requests contributions to provide for these needs and to ensure that Christmas is special. Contributions may be mailed to Florida Baptist Childrens Homes, P. O. Box 8190, Lakeland, FL 33802. You can specify your gift for a Childrens Home campus or for the Orphans Heart International. A response by Dec. 31 is requested. For additional information, the organization can be reached at 863-687-8811. Dr. Jerry T. Haag serves as president. Electronic fund transfers are available. Her Christmas list is short; is yours? Gala benet is Saturday at Trinity House of Praise Trinity House of Praise will hold its rst annual Gala Benet on Saturday, Dec. 21, at 6 p.m. in the parish hall. Advance tickets are $20; tickets at the door are $25. Dinner, entertainment and door prizes are promised. For additional information, please contact Annie Jones at 584-2642 or Wanda Reaves at 838-2012. St. Johns Day slated Perry Lodge No. 187 will host St. Johns Day at New Brooklyn Missionary Baptist Church on Sunday at 3 p.m. The community is invited.
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A-13 Perry News-Herald December 20-21, 2013 Editors Note: It is the policy of this newspaper to run the names of all those arrested and booked at the Taylor County Jail. All those listed below have been charged with a crime, but are considered innocent until proven guilty. Nov. 15: Michael Shaw, 28, Salem, sentenced to 10 days county jail, Judge Blue. Daniel Padgett, 52, 831 Hwy 27 East, sentenced to 90 days county jail, Judge Blue. Lakeshad Walker, 31, 508 East Morgan, VOP (DWLS), Dep. Owens, TCSO. Nov. 16: Aaron Cook, 26, 809 East Page Street, aggravated assault, Ptl. Cannon, PPD. Nov. 17: Aaron Price, 49, 104 Alice Street, assault, Ptl. Cephus, PPD. Eddie Nelson Roberts, 26, 3502 US Hwy. 98 West, burglary, theft of copper, possession of burglary tools, Dep. Cash, TCSO. Cody Sparks, 19, 3503 West Hwy 98, lot 2, burglary, theft of copper, possession of burglary tools, Dep. Cash, TCSO. Dallas Redmon, 43, 2080 Green Farm Road, aggravated assault with a deadly weapon, battery, Dep. Owens, TCSO. Nov. 18: Robert Sadousky, 42, 2690 M.L. Fleming Road, sentenced to nine months, Judge Parker. James Allen Harris, 24, Waynesboro Va., FTA (DUI, DWLS, no motor vehicle registration), Sgt. Woods, TCSO. Barry Poitevint, 26, 4503 Puckett Road, VOP (DWLS), Sgt. Woods, TCSO. Vinson Prince McDaniel, 27, 1518 S. Bryant street, VOP (possession of less than 20 grams of cannabis), Ptl. Geyer, PPD. Melissa Monique Swain, 22, 4051 S. Byron Butler Parkway, grand theft, dealing in stolen property, Cpt. Cruce, PPD. Nov. 19: Jessica Miles, 29, 1988 Shiloh Church Road, VOP (felony DUI, sale of controlled substance), Sgt. Gray, PPD. Michael Fiffa, 25, 106 N. Henley Street, VOP (manufacturing cannabis), Ofcer Holmes, TCSO. Jaworski S. Upshaw, 33, 1613 S. Woodard Street, sale of cannabis within 100 feet of a church, Det. Norris, PPD. Nov. 20: Jennifer Lynn Spivey, 36, Ingliss, introduction of contraband, Dep. Gunter, TCSO. Jessica Miles, 29, 1988 Shiloh Church Road, credit card theft, credit card fraud, Dep. Owens, TCSO. Latoya Chare Irvin, 32, 702 W. Julia Street, sale of cocaine, Dep. Owens, TCSO. Derry Burns, 52, Byron Butler Pkwy., Apt. 26, sale of cocaine, Dep. Owens, TCSO. Christopher Reaves, 32, 907 W. Summer Street, sale of cocaine, sale of controlled substance, Dep. Owens, TCSO. Troy N, Oliver, 56, 1301 Parker Street, sale of cannabis, Dep. Burford, TCSO. Shanna Pittman, 19, Mayo, VOP (petit theft), Dep. Owens, TCSO. David S. Booker, 39, 202 Jody Morgan Road, VOP (improper tag, DWLS, no tag or registration), Dep. Shaw, TCSO. Nov. 21: Andrea Curtis, 39, 112 N. Beverly Street, warrant/sale of cannabis, Dep. Shaw, TCSO. Garrett M. Holmes, 907 E. Bay Street, sale of cocaine, Sgt. Woods, TCSO. Devante Jermaine Glover, 29, 1007 W. Willow Street, sale of cocaine, Det. Norris, PPD. Cherlyn L. Sirmans, 39, 3309 US Hwy 19 South, VOP (battery), Det. Noris PPD. Avion Sharrel Ellis, 25, 3332 Eustis Gunter Road, VO (disorderly conduct), Dep. Shaw, TCSO. Nov. 22: Travis Smith, 23, 355 Leon Ward Road, aggravated battery, Dep. Shaw, TCSO. Kenneth Ray Sheffy, 35, Rossville, Ga., FTA/VOP (grand theft III), Dep. Lundy, TCSO. Lindsay Overstreet, 30, 1923 Taylor Dr., FTA (battery), Dep. Hooker, TCSO. Allan D. Sims, 31, Merritt Island VOP (trafcking in stolen property), Dep. Lundy, TCSO. Nov. 23: Misty Lynn Evans, 46, Steinhatchee, Clay County warrant, Ofcer Bean, TCSO. Pablo L. Canner Guevarra, 56, Hialeah, grand theft, Ptl. Curry, PPD. Nov. 25: Willie T. Phelps, 24, 102 Joann Street, battery, violation of no contact order, Sgt. Gorby/ Ptl. Cephus PPD. Douglas Gerbing, 66, 3309 S. Byron Butler 207, retail theft, Ptl. McKenzie, PPD. Nov. 26: Freddie Beasley, 59, Madison, retail theft, Ptl. McKenzie, PPD. Nov. 27: Christina Defulvio, 36, Jacksonville, aggravated battery with deadly weapon, Dep. Hooker, TCSO. Thomas Randy Bohanan, 24, 1205 Cherry Street, battery, carrying a concealed weapon, Ptl. Ricketson, PPD. Nov. 28: Joshua John Brown, 28, 1875 S. Byron Butler # 37, DWLS, VOP (DUI), Ofcer Enrst, FHP. Nov. 29: Edward Watkins, 49, 120 Beverly Street, VOP (DWLS), Dep. Blue, TCSO. Nov. 30: Federick Jermaine McGrew, 30, Mayo, possession of rearm by convicted felon, concealed rearm, Ptl. Cannon, PPD. Trey Stephens, 20, 3530 Joel Aman Road, possession of less than 20 grams of cannabis, Ptl. Cephus, PPD. Tonya Alderman, 28, Tallahassee, DUI, Ptl. Cannon, PPD. Dec. 1: Sara Hughes, 21, 1189 E. Roberts Amans Road, battery, Sgt. Tompkins, TCSO. Dec. 2: Edward Shawn Oglesby, 30, Steinhatchee, VOP (possession of listed chemicals), Dep. Blue, TCSO. Jacob Brannan, 20, 1862 Pine Bluff Road, battery, Sgt. Woods, TCSO. Melanie Sue Smith, 39, Cross City, FTA (DWLS, expired tag), Dep. Gunter, TCSO. Dec. 3: Russel Leon Hickerson, 19, 210 Susan Street, battery, PTl. Geyer, PPD. Johnathan Earl Cooper, 32, Apalacha, DWLS/habitual, Ofcer Ernst, FHP. Lindsey Marie Brown, 20, 114 Worley Way, felony criminal mischief, Sgt. Gray, PPD. Dec. 4: Clyde Miller, 26, 305 Sandra Street, sale of cocaine, Dep. Burford, TCSO. Randle R. Johnson, 59, Greenville, DWLS/habitual, battery, criminal mischief, Sgt. Tomkins, TCSO. Dec. 5: Rex Anthony Buzbee, 39, 589 Hwy 27 East, back for court, Judge Parker. Delrikos Brooks, 32, 2851 E. Dorman Peacock, introduction of contraband, unlawful reward for ofcial behavior, money laundering, Ofcer McCray, DOC. Monica Lynn Grimes, Quincy, VOP (possession of controlled substance), Ofcer Clement, TCSO. Amanda Johnson, 31, 604 E. Maurice Linton Road, battery, Ptl. Cannon, PPD. George Cook, 37, 1809 Dice Road, battery, Ptl. Cannon, PPD. Allen Davis, 41, Cross City, possession of contraband, Dep. Cash. TCSO. Dec. 5: Amir Muhammad Walcott, 22, D.O.C., aggravated battery by detainee, Ofcer Clement, TCSO. Roger Hudson, 51, Jacksonville, VOP (armed kidnapping), Ofcer Clement, TCSO. Cheryl Lynn Collins, 34, 1860 Ellison Gamble Road, battery, Ptl. Geyer, PPD. Dec. 7: Cornilia Cannon, 44, 602 West Bacon Street, grand theft, uttering counterfeit bills, Ptl. Cephus, PPD. Sheanna Gail Arthur, 19, 500 S. Warner Ave, Apt. B-2, burglary, battery, Ptl. Murphy, PPD. Dec. 10: Vadarrius Bailey, 31, 1106 W. Washington Street, VOP (DWLS), Dep. Shaw, TCSO. At the Booking Desk JM Handyman Home Repairs, LLC Pressure washing, painting, concrete, wood decks, Ceramic tile, laminate wood available, Mobile Home Repairs, RV Leak Repairs.838-6077 or 584-2270. JM,tfn,(Fri) J. D. s T ree Service and Lawn Care. Licensed and insured.Free estimates.We also grind stumps. Call today 838-1280.Firewood for sale.JD(Fri) Joe Coxwell Welding LLC. 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