Williston police reports

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By The Staff

With the price of recycled materials going up, police say the chances of theft are rising also.

On April 9 Williston Police arrested Malina Gaye Browning, 39, of Southeast Fourth Street, and Robert Rutlin, 49, of Southeast Fourth Drive, on charges of dealing in stolen property.

The two were charged with taking a variety of items from a local yard and then taking it to a local recycling company.

A Williston woman was arrested last week on six warrants, two each from Marion, Levy and Alachua counties.

Bobbie Jean McDonald, 38, of Southeast Fourth Street, faces charges to do with an expired driver's license, driving while license suspended or revoked, failure to pay on fraud, insufficient funds obtaining goods under $10 (two counts in Levy) and two in Alachua.

She was booked into the Levy County Jail.

A Williston resident got more than he bargained for when he went to the local police station to report a crime in which he was the alleged victim.

When police routinely ran his name through crime computers, it was discovered that there was a warrant for military desertion out against him.

Kristopher Butcher, 20, of Northeast 167th Court, was taken into custody and taken to the Levy County Jail under no bond.

to be held for military authorities.