Williston Police Reports

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By The Staff

Tre Wilson, 14, of Southeast 10th Street, Williston, was charged with aggravated battery and throwing a deadly missile. According to Williston Police reports, the victim and his wife were driving westbound on Noble Avenue on a motorcycle. When they reached Northeast 10th Street, they allegedly saw someone pick up a rock and throw it, striking the victim on the right side of his head.

The defendant was allegedly identified by witnesses, arrested on two felony charges and released to his mother. According to Florida law, the name of anyone, regardless of age, charged with a felony is public record.

* A Bronson man who said he was coming from the Gator football game on Oct. 11, was charged with DUI, possession of cannabis less than 20 grams and possession of paraphernalia after being stopped for having a headlight burned out on his car just before midnight in the 100 block of West Noble Avenue.

According to the report, Jack Randall McKinley, 50, of Bronson, refused to take breath tests after he was observed having trouble walking after being stopped.

He was also arrested for fraud, insufficient funds on a warrant out of Alachua County.

* Amster Leon Brown, 22, of Southwest 8th Place, Williston, was charged with corruption by threats against a public servant and inciting or encouraging a riot, both felonies, after an incident on Oct. 9 at approximately 10:35 p.m.

Police were checking the area of the Arbours Apartments after two men ran from them, when some other men gathered in the area, among them Brown. The men were yelling at police and threatening them, according to the report, and Brown called others to come to the scene, saying he would have a "100 man march" and "TV20 would be there."

He reportedly told officers "The only thing saving you is your gun and your badge. I'm going to get you."

The arrest on the two felony charges was made a few days later.

* Roberto R. Martinez, 26, of Northeast 11th Avenue, Williston, was charged with operating a vehicle without a license, which had been suspended four times, after being stopped for playing loud music.

* Ann J. Tribuani, 40, of Northeast County Road 337, Bronson, was charged with several counts of forgery and uttering a forged instrument after paying with items at CVS, Winn-Dixie, the post office and Advance Discount Auto Parts with stolen checks.

During an interview she allegedly confessed to purchasing items with stolen checks at Wal-Mart in Chiefland.

* Lorrie A. Jones, 48, of Williston Arms Drive, was arrested on a Levy County warrant for synthetic narcotic possession.