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Summer Reading Program concludes ThursdayThe Taylor County Public Library Summer Reading Programs quest to dig into reading concludes Thursday, July 25, with its grand nale featuring the Diggery Dino Dinosaur Show. The program begins at 10 a.m. at the library, which is located at 403 N. Washington St. Parents or caregivers are required to stay with their children during the program. For more information, call the library at 838-3512.Senior Center to raise funds with Friday breakfastThe Taylor Senior Citizens Center will hold a breakfast fund-raiser Friday, July 26, from 7 to 9 a.m. The meal will consist of eggs, sausage, grits and biscuits. Advance tickets are on sale now for $5. Tickets can also be purchased at the door for $6. All proceeds will go to centers meal program. The Senior Center is located at 800 W. Ash St.Chamber preparing for 20th annual Golf ScrambleThe Perry-Taylor County Chamber of Commerce will hold its 20th annual Golf Scramble on Friday, Aug. 9, at the Perry Golf & Country Club. Network with your friends and business associates, Chamber Director Dawn Taylor said. For more information or to register a team, call the chamber at 584-5366.Taylor County Touchdown Club seeking membersThe Taylor County Touchdown Club is seeking members for the 2013 season. Everyone interested in helping support the Taylor County Bulldogs football program can become a Super Dog for $300 (includes two season tickets in reserved seating area for ve regular-season home games). Any individuals and/or businesses interested in becoming a Super Dog, purchasing a eld sign advertisement or having an ad in the 2013 football program can contact Aaron Portwood at 838-4834 or Benjye Tuten at 843-0000. Serving the Tree Capital of the South Since 1961 TacoTimes 50 One Section52nd year, No. 30www.perrynewspapers.comWednesdayJuly 24, 2013 Index Editorial . .................. A-2 Living . ...................... A-4 Religion . ................... A-5 Community . ............. A-6 Sports . ..................... A-7 Classieds . .............. A-8Weather Wednesday 91 7450% Thursday92 73 40% News Forum Suspect remains at largeFormer Perry man killed in GainesvilleThe United States Marshals Service and the Gainesville Police Department (GPD) are still searching for the suspect in the July 15 shooting death of former Perry resident Samuel Lee Hamilton Jr. in Gainesville. According to GPD, just after 6 a.m. on Sunday, July 15, the department received multiple 911 calls reporting a person shot in the area of Southern Pines Apartments (4125 SW 17th Pl.). Multiple GPD ofcers arrived and established a perimeter in the area with assistance from deputies from the Alachua County Sheriffs ofce. Ofcers located Hamilton, 37, deceased with an apparent gunshot wound to his head. According to multiple witnesses, suspect Larry Whitehead Jr., 26, forced his way into the apartment where he and Hamilton got into a verbal altercation which ultimately resulted Rivers over their banks as rains continue Local rivers are rising again after another rainlled weekend, causing ooding in some areas along the Steinhatchee and Econna rivers. The National Weather Service (NWS) has issued ood warnings for the Steinhatchee and Econna rivers in Taylor County as well as for the Aucilla River at Lamont, and local ofcials are continuing to monitor the situation. All the rivers are rising slowly, Taylor County Emergency Management Coordinator Steve Spradley said Tuesday. If we can get a break in the rain, they should crest soon. The Florida Forestry Service station in Perry reported more than four inches of rain over the weekend, bring the months total to a foot. Rain chances remain at 50 percent for the remainder of the week. According to Spradley, River Road in Steinhatchee is ooded in places and water is now under several houses there. Those houses have been raised, however, and there After two-day trial Phelps fate in hands of the jury Testimony in the murder trial of Lloyd Phelps, 59, peeled back the curtain on a story of crippling addictions, alleged jealousies and uncontrolled rage. The all-white, ve-man, one-woman jury began hearing from witnesses early Monday morning, July 22, with testimony continuing well into the following afternoon. Deliberations in the trial continued as of presstime Tuesday with the jury dismissed to confer around 4:40 p.m. Complete updates of the verdict will be available online (www. perrynewspapers.com) and in Fridays Perry NewsHerald At the center of the case is 39-year-old Patricia Niece Knight, who was last seen in January 2006. First presumed missing, her case was upgraded to a murder investigation ve years later, in 2011. In opening remarks, Assistant State Attorney John Weed began with a hammering statement: The defendant killed--Lloyd Phelps--killed Patricia Knight. He then followed by saying, Shes dead. Yet you are still going to hear from her. She is going to tell you she was killed and she is going to tell you Lloyd Phelps killed her. Weed then gave a detailed narrative of what he said the state was going to show was the sequence of events following the last time anyone saw Knight alive; this included eyewitness testimony from a woman (Kimberly Hockaday) who said she saw Phelps attacking Knight in the master bedroom of his mobile home. In the eyewitness account, the woman said another Above, Lloyd Phelps took the stand to testify on his own behalf. I loved her. She hurt her, Phelps said of the victim, Patricia Niece Knight. Leaning on the wall behind him is a key piece of evidence introduced by the prosecution, a bloodstained piece of plywood taken bedroom. Right, Judge Greg Parker and attorneys during sidebar discussions. Please see page 3 currently no structures threatened by the rising Steinhatchee River, but to rise slowly unless there is a break in the rain. Please see page 3Crash knocks out power for 70 customersAn 18-year-old Perry man allegedly left the scene of a one-vehicle crash Monday afternoon on Ash Street which damaged a power pole, cutting off electricity for around 70 Duke Energy customers. According to a report from the Perry Police Department (PPD), Achilles Bradley Mantzanas, 18, was traveling east on Ash Street in the area of Calhoun Street shortly after 4 p.m. Witnesses report the vehicle was traveling at a high rate of speed, including tailgating the witness, PPD Ptl. Scott McKenzie stated in the report. The vehicle left the road at the intersection of Ash Street and Calhoun Street and failed to navigate the left turn onto Calhoun Street. The vehicle, a 1985 Ford F150, left the roadway, striking a power pole headon and causing extensive damage to the vehicle and the power pole owned by Duke Electric/Progress Please see page 3 Please see page 3
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A-3 Taco Times July 24, 2013 Energy, McKenzie said. The driver of the vehicle then drove away from the scene of the crash without reporting the incident to law enforcement. Mantzanas was charged with careless driving and leaving the scene with property damage. The crash resulted in Ash Street being blocked in both directions by emergency responders until the scene could be cleared. Power was restored to the affected customers around 9 p.m. in Whitehead allegedly producing a handgun then shooting and killing Hamilton. Whitehead then ed the area on foot. Multiple ofcers including K9s searched the area, but Whitehead was not located, leading authorities to believe he left the area in a vehicle. Whitehead is described as a black male, 26 years old, 6 and 160 lbs. He has an extensive criminal history and is considered armed and extremely dangerous. He is wanted for rst degree murder in this case. The U.S. Marshals Service subsequently took the lead in the search for Whitehead, who remains at large. Hamilton was a 1994 graduate of Taylor County High School. He is survived by his parents Samuel Lee Hamilton Sr. and Linda K. Calhoun. His full obituary can be found on page A-5. does not appear to be in any danger of ooding to houses at this time, Spradley said. The residents have moved their vehicles to higher ground. They saw this coming, he added. The county road department has installed signs warning motorists not to travel down River Road. No one needs to be driving down there unless they live on that road, Spradley said. According to the NWS, the Aucilla River at Lamont was at 9.3 feet Tuesday and expected to continue to rise to 9.9 feet by Thursday evening and then begin falling. Spradley said the Aucilla is still rising at Nutall Rise but there are no structures in danger at this time. We are pre-positioning some water down there in case peoples wells are damaged, he said. As for the Econna, the picnic area at U.S. 98 is ooded but Econna Resort and the nearby RV park are not. It needs to rise another 10 to 12 inches before theyre in danger, Spradley said. There may be some hunting camps in the woods ooded. Electricity restored ve hours after crash CRASH Continued from page 1 KILLED Continued from page 1 Hamilton was a 1994 TCHS graduate RIVERS Continued from page 1 Ofcials monitoring Aucilla, Econna as waters rise The Taylor County Commission awarded three State Housing Initiatives Partnership (SHIP) rehabilitation projects to local contractor Weiss Construction Co. Weiss was the low bidder for all three projects, which are entirely funded through the SHIP program. The total cost of the three projects is $65,250. The commission opened bids from three rms-Weiss, C.B. Construction, Inc., and Florida Homes, Inc.--at its July 1 meeting. Last week, the commission voted unanimously to accept the bid committees recommendation to award the projects to Weiss. The money for the projects consumed the remaining rehabilitation funds from the countys last SHIP allocation in 2011. At that time, the commission agreed to hold back a portion of the funds to use a match in an attempt to receive a federal Community Development Block Grant (CDBG) for housing rehabilitation. According to Grants Coordinator Melody Cox, the CDBG program only funded two projects last year and Taylor County was not chosen. Although the state was not expected to fund SHIP this year, Taylor County recently learned it will receive $350,000 in new SHIP funds. Cox said it has not yet been determined if the county will once again use a portion of the funds to try for a CDBG allocation. Another decision the county will need to make is whether to work from the existing SHIP waiting list compiled in 2011 or start over with a new solicitation for projects. According to Cox, there are still 46 people on the existing waiting list which have not yet received assistance. She did say the county does have money available for rst-time homebuyer down-payment assistance, also funded by SHIP, and is currently taking applications. Three SHIP projects awared to local contractor man, Johnny Flowers, was also at the home at the time of the attack and that she heard the two men discussing how to get rid of the body (Knights). The woman said the men threatened to kill her if she talked about what she had witnessed. When defense attorney Baya Harrison took the podium, he began by disagreeing with Weeds account. You heard Mr. Weed talking as if he was a witness to all that happened. I respectfully disagree with that. The evidence will show there is very little credible evidence to convict Lloyd Phelps in this case. I think the evidence will show that it is not as clean-cutas (Mr. Weed) suggested. Ms. Knight was a troubled individual at this time (the time of her disappearance/death) and had ongoing very serious issues with drugs and associated every day with people who could do her harm, Harrison said. He then cautioned the jury to consider the credibility of Hockaday, noting the evidence will show that you should have real questions before believing Ms. Hockaday. What followed was nearly two complete days of sometimes conicting testimony with witnesses on both sides refuting the others account. Phelps himself took the stand to declare his innocence. Full coverage of the verdict, testimony and slate of witnesses will be in Fridays Perry NewsHerald JURY Continued from page 1 State case included eyewitness testimony Court proceedings opened early Monday morning and were expected to conclude with a verdict late Tuesday evening. Members of the jury were informed that defendant Lloyd Phelps has eight prior felony convictions. The nature of those convictions was not shared with the jury. Phelps is shown above, far right, listening to testimony.
A-4 Taco Times July 24, 2013 Living Prine, Byrd to say vows in September ceremonyBryan and Lorraine Prine of Day announce the engagement of their daughter, Lilli, to Trey Byrd, the son of Paul Byrd of Branford and the late Sylvia Byrd. The bride-elect is the granddaughter of Bill and Lillian Bennett of Perry, and the late Lonnie Houck Sr. The couple will be married Sept. 14, 2013, in a 6 p.m. ceremony in Mayo Baptist Church. No formal invitations will be issued; all friends and relatives are cordially invited to attend.Heartseld, Blue to marry in AugustDona Heartseld and Keith Blue will be married in an Aug. 2, 2013, wedding in Friendship Baptist Church at 7 p.m. Friends and relatives are invited by the couple, and their children: Cory and Krystle Beam, Michael and Whitney Blue, Kayce and Nathen Heartseld. Trey Byrd, Lilli Prine Polly knows: when it rains, people read By POLLY WALLER The Book Mart If there is one thing Ive learned in 17 years of bookselling, it is that people love to read when it rains! As the forecast stands now, it looks as if our monsoon season may last a little while longer, so here are some new and upcoming novels to get you through the rest of this summer and into the fall. Light of the World by James Lee BurkeHardcover release July 23, 2013 Burke is back with his main character Dave Robicheaux, but this time Dave and his partner Clete Purcell are not in Louisiana, but vacationing in Montanas Big Sky Country. The blurb promises, Light of the World is a harrowing novel that examines the nature of evil and pits Dave Robicheaux against the most diabolical villain he has ever faced.Never Go Back: A Jack Reacher NovelHardcover release September 3, 2013 Lee Child rarely disappoints and this installment in the Jack Reacher series promises to be another action packed thriller as former military cop Reacher makes it all the way from snowbound South Dakota to his destination in northeastern Virginia, the headquarters of his old unit, the 110th MP, the only home he has ever known.The Longest Ride by Nicholas SparksHardcover release September 17, 2013 Beloved storyteller Sparks pens another heart wrenching tale of two couples with little in common, and who are separated by years and experience. Yet their lives will converge with unexpected poignancy, reminding us all that even the most difcult decisions can yield extraordinary journeys.Doctor Sleep by Stephen KingHardcover release September 24, 2013 King returns to the characters and territory of one of his most popular novels ever, The Shining, in this riveting novel about the now middle-aged Dan Torrance and the very special 12-year-old girl he must save from a tribe of murderous paranormals. Allegiant by Veronica RothHardcover release October 22, 2013 The explosive conclusion to Veronica Roths #1 New York Times bestselling trilogy reveals the secrets of the dystopian world that has captivated millions of readers in Divergent and Insurgent. Takedown Twenty by Janet EvanovichHardcover release November 19, 2013 New Jersey bounty hunter Stephanie Plum knows better than to mess with family. But when powerful mobster Salvatore Uncle Sunny Sunucchi goes on the lam in Trenton, its up to Stephanie to nd him. If she doesnt take him down, he may take her out. My bet is on Stephanie. Martin, Clark to marry Saturday at 1st BaptistBryttany Michele Martin and Lloyd Bishop Clark IV remind friends and relatives of their wedding Saturday, July 27, at 5 p.m. in the First Baptist Church.
Samuel Lee Hamilton Jr.Samuel Lee Hamilton Jr., age 37, of Gainesville, died Sunday, July 14, 2013. A native of Gainesville, Mr. Hamilton had lived in Perry for 25 or more years. He was born to Samuel Lee Hamilton Sr. and Linda Calhoun. He graduated from Taylor County High in 1994. Survivors include: four brothers, Larry James Calhoun, Semajiah Ferguson, John Greene and Terrance Williams; four sisters, Octivia Tensley, Melinda Hamilton, Anna Edmonds and Semoria Ferguson. Funeral services will be held at 2 p.m. on Saturday, July 27, at New Brooklyn M.B. Church in Perry, with burial following in Springhill Cemetery. Family members will receive friends from 5-7 p.m., on Friday, July 26, at Trinity Funeral Home which is in charge of all arrangements. Franklin Devone HendryFranklin Devone Hendry, 80, of Perry, died Thursday, July 18, 2013, at his residence following an extended illness. Mr. Hendry was born June 12, 1933, in Perry to Brinson A. Hendry and Eula L. Powell Hendry. He was a member of the St. John Freewill Baptist Church. A veteran of the United States Air Force, he worked for many years in construction, primarily as a welder. Mr. Hendry was preceded in death by his parents and a daughter, Linda Faye Murphy. Survivors include: one son, Franklin Bubba Devone Hendry Jr. of Perry; two sisters, Betty Jean Thompson of Marianna and Brenda Daniel (Terry) of Valdosta, Ga.; one granddaughter, Nicole Wilder (Clay) of Perry; two grandsons, Duane Murphy and Slade Hendry, both of Perry; and a host of nieces and nephews. Funeral services were held at 11 a.m. on Monday, July 22, at Joe P. Burns Funeral Home in Perry with Pastor Eddie Pridgeon ofciating. Interment followed in Woodlawn Cemetery. The family received friends one hour prior to the service. All arrangements were handled by Joe P. Burns Funeral Home.Elma Pauline Hudson WaldrepElma Pauline Hudson Waldrep, 97, died Sunday, July 21, 2013. She was born on Sept. 8, 1915, to Wood Hampton Hudson and Nannie Mae Pulliam Hudson. She was a lifelong resident of Madison County and a member of First Baptist Church, Madison. Mrs. Waldrep was predeceased by her husband, Kinch William Waldrep, and daughter, Frances Waldrep. Survivors include: one son, Billy Waldrep and wife Carol of Destin; one daughter, Ann Fisher and husband Branson of Perry; three grandsons, Kinch Edward Waldrep and wife Stephanie of Raleigh, N.C., Thomas William Waldrep, Jr. and wife Ellen of Winston-Salem, N.C. and Donn Waldrep Smith and wife Robin of Madison; 13 great-grandchildren and ve great-great-grandchildren.. Graveside services will be held Thursday, July 25, 11 a.m. at Harmony Cemetery in Madison County. The family will receive friends from 10:00 to 10:30 a.m. prior to the service at Beggs Funeral Home (Madison) which is in charge of arrangements. In lieu of owers, donations may be made to Big Bend Hospice, 1723 Mahan Center Boulevard, Tallahassee, FL 32308.Julia SadlerJulia Sadler, 97, of Lake City, died Monday, July 22, 2013 at Lake City Medical Center. Mrs. Sadler was born June 30, 1916, in Perry, to Willie and Rebecca (Kinsey) Gunter. She was preceded in death by her husband of 34 years, John Ay Sadler; three sons, Hilton Sadler, Stoney Sadler and Daniel Sadler; and one daughter, Lurraine Sadler. Mrs. Sadler was a Baptist. Survivors include: four children, Tim (Shirrell) Sadler, Hubert (Mary) Sadler, Alinda (Dave) Woodman and Luray (Jay) Lee; 14 grandchildren; 28 great-grandchildren; 10 great-great grandchildren; numerous nieces, nephews, great-nieces and nephews and great-great-nieces and nephews. Services will be held at 11 a.m. on Saturday, July 27, at Joe P. Burns Funeral Home.Interment will follow in Carlton Cemetery. The family will receive friends from 6-8 p.m. on Friday, July 26, at Joe P. Burns Funeral Home which is in charge of all arrangements.Reese Renee ShawReese Renee Shaw, infant daughter of Richie and Lacey (Blankenship) Shaw of Springdale, Ark., died on Friday, July 12, 2013, at Willow Creek Womens Hospital in Johnson. In addition to her parents, she is survived by her sister, Taylor, and her brother, Rhett; grandparents, Cece and Dennis Collier, and Eddy and Tricia Shaw all of Springdale; maternal great-grandparents, Rev. Bruce and Mary Holland of Highll, Ark.; paternal great-grandparents, Carolyn Faircloth and Harold Shaw, Sr. both of Perry; paternal great-great-grandmother, Ruby Morgan also of Perry; and several aunts, uncles and cousins. She was preceded in death by her grandfather, Dr. William Blankenship, in 1993. A private family service will be held at Douglas Cemetery. Arrangements are with Heritage Funeral Home in Springdale which is in charge of arrangements. Online expressions of condolence may be shared at www. heritageofnwa.com. The annual Cruce Reunion will be held Sunday, July 28, at the Perry Garden Club behind Forest Capital Hall following church services. We will eat at 12:45 p.m., said Dub Cruce for the group, so please come and bring your family as well as a basket of food. If you know of family members whose address we may not have, please invite them to join us, Cruce said. Ice, cups, napkins, plates and silverware will be provided for friends and family members. If you have questions about the upcoming reunion or contact information to share, Cruce can be reached at 5847718.A-5 Taco Times July 24, 2013 Religion Obituaries On SundayGo to church, then to Cruce Reunion Need counseling? Sessions offered here on sliding scaleFirst Presbyterian Church continues to offer pastoral counseling services to its congregation and the community at large, with sessions structured for both individuals and couples. The Rev. Dr. Robert R. Lutz offers sessions for individuals or couples dealing with self-esteem issues; depression; stress and anxiety; coping with illness, pain or disability; relationship issues; spiritual and religious conicts; loss and grief; major life changes; abuse and trauma issues; marital issues and pre-marital assessments. All counseling sessions take place at First Presbyterian with fees negotiated on a sliding scale. Lutz can be reached by calling 843-3083. You can leave a condential message with a return phone number, and I will return your call promptly, he said.. Pastoral counseling provides a faith-based, nonsectarian approach that respects the spiritual and religious traditions of those who seek help. Lutz commented an overwhelming number of Americans recognize the close link between faith/ religious values and mental health. They often prefer to seek help from a mental health professional who recognizes and respects these values, he added. Pet found and returned!We are very grateful to all employees of Taylor County Animal Control for their vigilance in nding and safe return of our family pet. Randy and Briley Hearne Card of Thanks
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A-10 Taco Times July 24, 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. March 8: William O. McMullen, 41, 5360 Highway 19 South, battery, Deputy Hooker, TCSO. Stephen Westley Barrentine, 25, Ozark, Ala., out of county warrant, Deputy Cash, TCSO. March 9: Steve Johnson, 20, 1401 W. Ash Street, revoke pre-trial release, no ofcer given. Charles A. Ray, 25, 5230 Tower Road, DUI, Deputy Cash, TCSO. Joey D. Sadler, 40, 3300 N. James Smith Road, disorderly conduct, resisting without violence, Ptl. Johnson, PPD. Brinson Murphy, 27, 5260 Highway 19 S. Lot E, VOP (possession of a controlled substance), Deputy Hooker, TCSO. Ventrell McGee, 29, 200 First Street, possession of cocaine, Ptl. Cannon, PPD. Leroy J. Williams, 24, 107 El Matador, DWLS (knowingly), Ptl. Cannon, PPD. March 10: Ashley J. Hopkins, 24, Tallahassee, DWLS (knowingly), Deputy Cash, TCSO. Garon Rogers, 21, no address given, DUI, Ptl. Cephus, PPD. March 12: James Michael Deese, 33, 109 Poppell Road, battery, burglary, Ptl. Grifn, PPD. Sondra Lee Matthews, 47, 5937 Beach Road, VOP, Ofcer Hendry, P&P. March 13: Lee Edward Spees III, 29, 3230 Spees Harris Lane, disorderly conduct, Dept. Burford, TCSO. J.D. Franklin, 39, 1104 Willow St., battery (domestic violence), Plt. Cannon, PPD. March 14: Dusty Padgett, 24, 4079 Woods Creek Road, DWLS, Ptl. Cephus, PPD. Melissa Kay Dice, 22, Delray Beach, dealing in stolen property, grand theft from a dwelling, forgery, uttering forgery, Deputy Owens, TCSO. Chelsi Carlton, 21, 293 Paul Poppell Road, attaching tag not assigned, no motor vehicle registration, Ptl. Cannon, PPD. Temia Keys, 35, 368 Myrtle Street, felony petit theft, Deputy Owens, TCSO. March 18: Shane D. Hathcock, 29, Lake City, battery on a law enforcement ofcer, escape, Sgt. Campbell, TCSO. Jacob W. Fowler, 26, 220 Leon Ward Road, battery on law enforcement ofcer, criminal mischief, disorderly conduct, resisting with violence, Deputy Tompkins, TCSO. Willie T. Phelps Jr., 23, 102 Joanne Street, VOP, Deputy Hooker, TCSO. Daniel Thomas Padgett, 52, 831 E. U.S. Highway 27, DWLS (knowingly), Deputy Cash, TCSO. Lisa W. Newman, 49, 3151 McHargue, retail theft, Ptl. Cannon, PPD. Kelly E. Bennett, 25, 1139 S. Fair Road, warrant/VOP (DWLS), Deputy Shaw, TCSO. Otto Ray Zavada, 36, 2647 Sidney Blanton Road, FTA (DWLS/R), Deputy Shaw, TCSO. Amber L Gober, 26, 406 Puckett Road, Apt. B, VOP (DUI), Deputy Hooker, TCSO. March 19: Kenneth Earl Padgett, 36, 2845 Foley Cut Off Road, DWLS, leaving scene of a crash involving damage, obstruction without violence, Trooper Sleigher, FHP. Olunda Bishop, 26, 1406 Martin Luther King Ave., disorderly conduct, Deputy Burford, TCSO. Trudie Latosha Howard, 22, 919 S. Warner Ave., disorderly conduct, Ptl. Ricketson, PPD. Rachelle Marie Lynch, 31, 782 Carlton Cemetery Road, battery, Deputy Cash, TCSO. Ariel Sherrell Holmes, 19, 909 Hampton Springs Ave., VOP, Deputy Cash, TCSO. Jakari Travonte Cook, 19, 107 McCall Street, possession of cocaine with intent to sell, Ptl. Cannon, PPD. Michael Cory Phelps, 20, 119 Highland Road, VOP (DUI), Deputy Shaw, TCSO. Kenneth D. Benton, 32, 116 Cashmore, VOP (trespass after warning), Deputy Shaw, TCSO. March 20: Tiffany Henderson, 28, Madison, VOP (possession of listed chemicals), Deputy Blue, TCSO. Matthew Thomas Berrian, 29, El Cerrito, Calif., possession of drug paraphernalia, possession of less than 20 grams of cannabis, Ptl. Johnson, PPD. Logan Duren, 29, El Cerrito, Calif., possession of less than 20 grams of cannabis, Ptl. Johnson, PPD. Kimberly Cruse Dykes, 40, 113 Poppell Drive, perjury, false report to law enforcement ofcer, Deputy Woods, TCSO. March 21: Shakir Niem Flowers, 21, 201 Alice Street, FTA, order to revoke bond, Deputy Lundy, TCSO. Randy Kuykendal, 61, 17060 Beach Road, DUI, Trooper Ernst, FHP. March 22: Joshua S. Sandlin, 34, Mayo, no saltwater shing license, Deputy Burford, TCSO. John Freeman, 29, 3100 Grey Bard Lane, assault on law enforcement ofcer, criminal mischief, Deputy Gunter, TCSO. Deryl Lomax Jr., 33, 105 W. Glenn Street, lewdness, lewd/ lascivious, Deputy McKenzie, TCSO. Devona Jean Covington, 27, VOP (possession of a controlled substance), Deputy Hooker, TCSO. Johnny Ray Mathis, 43, 801 E. Quail Street, VOP (introduction of contraband), Deputy Hooker, TCSO. Kimberly Ann Holden, 48, Jennings, trafcking in illegal drugs (oxycodone), conspiracy to trafc in illegal drugs, possession of a structure for trafcking, Deputy Burford, TCSO. March 23: Kista Denise Howell, 28, 285 El Camino Drive, Ptl. Cephus, PPD. Thomas Conrad Britt, 30, 285 El Camino Drive, battery on law enforcement ofcer, resisting without violence, assault, order to revoke pre trial release, Ptl. Cephus, PPD. Brandy Harrington, 32, Crystal River, introduction of contraband (U.S. currency), possession of less than 20 grams cannabis, possession of drug paraphernalia, Ofcer Livingston, P&P. Klayton Daniel Rowell, 38, 1601 N. Cherry Street, aggravated assault, Ptl. Cephus, PPD. March 24: Natassia R. Thomas, 29, 301 Folsom Street, disorderly conduct, Ptl. Cephus, PPD. Avion S. Ellis, 24, 3332 Eustis Gunter Road, disorderly conduct, Sgt. Deeson, PPD. Laycynthia Marie Holmes, 46, 910 Homer J. Smith Street, parole violation, Ptl. Cephus, PPD. March 25: Joy D. Mosley, 26, 1413 Quail Street, VOP (sale of controlled substance), Deputy Shaw, TCSO. Ivan Curtis, 29, 1617 S. Woodward Street, possession of cocaine, Sgt. Deeson, PPD. Donald D. Jarvis, 51, 2831 Scott Road, FTA (burglary, grand theft), Deputy Woods, TCSO. Rosie Ridings, 37, 38701 Oak Lane, VOP (trafcking in stolen property), Deputy Blue, TCSO. William Jordan Boyington, 32, Steinhatchee, possession of listed chemicals, Det. Norris, PPD. Lisa Ann Turner, 36, Steinhatchee, possession of listed chemicals, Det. Norris, PPD. March 26: Stephanie Lynch, 38, 5110 Woods Creek Road, VOP (petit theft), Deputy Upshaw, TCSO. March 27: Christopher David Porter, 22, 735 Charles Hendry Road, VOP (felony cruelty to animals), Deputy Hooker, TCSO. Ronnell Walker Jr., 26, 404 North Washington Street, FTA (battery), Ptl. Murphy, PPD. At the Booking Desk Rotary scholarship Taylor County High School graduate Austin Wynn was the 2013 recipient