Williston Police Reports

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By The Staff

The Williston Police Department announces the following arrests:

* Edwardo Sick Jeronimo, 29, address unknown, was charged with DUI, resisting with violence, resisting without violence and no valid driver's license after being stopped for driving on the wrong side of the road by Officer David Deonarine. While a passenger was being directed back into the car, the driver ran from the scene, chased by the officer.

After three blocks a Taser was used to stop the driver, who allegedly jumped up and punched the officer in the face before a Taser was used again. He was processed at the station and, according to the report, his breath test showed an alcohol level of .208 and .202, more than twice above the legal limit.

* Kenneth G. Olan, 70, of Ocala, was charged with battery on a law enforcement officer and resisting arrest with violence after being stopped for going 50 mph in a 35 mph zone. According to the report, he refused to sign the traffic citation and when told he was under arrest, struck the officer on the arm several times and refused to get out of the car. A backup officer used a Taser on him and he still resisted. He was taken to the Levy County Jail.

* Telvis Tashay Hall, 30, of Gainesville, was arrested on an Alachua County warrant for battery second degree after being stopped for driving 50 mph in a 35 mph zone.

* Greg A. Brown, 35, of Northeast 35th Street, Williston, was arrested on a warrant for failure to appear for a traffic offense and failure to re-register as required.

* Angela M. Hill, 36, of Williston Arms, was charged with retail theft after CVS employees allegedly found three DVD movies and some mascara in her purse.

* Cathy A. Speer, 21, of Thrasher Drive, Bronson, was charged with domestic battery after an argument with another person at a local store. She and the victim have a 2-year-old child, who was present at the altercation.

* Marrin Maurice Baker, 35, of Northeast 218th Avenue, Williston, was charged with possession of cocaine with intent to sell after being a passenger in a vehicle stopped for failure to use a turn signal. He was observed holding a laptop computer and a drinking cup which was found to have two bags containing a white powder substance.

According to the report, the powder tested positive for cocaine.