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Law and Courts

  • Williston Police reports

    The Williston Police Department announces the following arrests:

    Timothy Monroe, 41, of Dunnellon, was arrested on a Levy County warrant for fraud swindle under $20,000.

    Kenneth Lanarel Graham, 31, of Northeast 41st Street, Williston, was charged with grand theft and burglary of a conveyance after he allegedly stole money from his uncle’s truck. He had gone to Gainesville and intended to take a bus to Delaware.

    Roberto Gorostieta Cambray, 43, of Ocala, was arrested with driving with no license after being stopped for going 31 mph in a 15 mph school zone.

  • Levy County Sheriff's reports

    Sandy M. McClung, 62, of Northeast 76th Place, Bronson, was charged with aggravated assault and animal cruelty after an incident outside her home. She allegedly shot at a dog the victim was walking and then threatened to shoot the victim. A gun which proved to be a BB gun was recovered. Total bond $7,500.

    Banyon Elisha Smith, 32, of Northwest 93rd Street, Chiefland, was charged with two counts of grand theft after he allegedly stole a riding lawn mower, washer and dryer. According to police he stole the items to pay for his drug habit. Total bond $10,000.

  • Williston Police Reports

    Another chase through the streets of Williston came to a predictable end Saturday when a Tallahassee man was apprehended after his car skidded into the front lawn of a private residence.

    Otis G. Edwards, 36, was arrested after he twice struck a patrol car while trying to avoid being stopped because he had no tag displayed.

    According to the report by Officer Kevin Sheppard, he spotted the car coming into Williston at the east end on Noble Avenue. When he tried to stop the vehicle, the driver aggressively changed lanes and accelerated through the streets of the city.

  • Levy County Sheriff's Reports

    Tyree L. Brown, 23, of Northeast 4th Avenue, Williston, was accused of sale of crack cocaine within 1,000 feet of a school and possession of crack cocaine. He allegedly sold approximately 0.5 grams to a confidential source who was working under the direction of the Levy County Drug Task Force. According to the Levy County Sheriff’s Office report, the drug transaction took place with 1,000 feet of Williston Middle School and was captured with an audio/video recording device.

    Bond was set at $35,000.

  • Williston Police Reports

    Two drivers who chose to flee from police traffic stops have been arrested by the Williston Police Department.

    A high-speed chase that reached more than 100 mph ended in the arrest of Tyree L. Brown, 23, of Northeast 4th Avenue, Williston, on charges of aggravated fleeing and eluding (a felony), driving while license suspended or revoked four times, resisting without violence and reckless driving.

  • Levy County Sheriff's Reports

    A series of burglaries in the Bronson area may have been cleared by the arrest of a local man by the Levy County Sheriff’s Office.

    Lacey Howard, 30, of East Main Street, Bronson, was arrested for burglary and criminal mischief at Cole’s Four Corners and Capano’s Restaurant. He was also charged with criminal mischief at Capital City Bank and for burglary and petit theft at Progressive Insurance.

    He was also arrested on a Levy County warrant for felony criminal mischief. His total bond was set at $41,500.

  • Williston Police Reports

    A Gainesville man who fled from police is in the Alachua County jail after causing property damage while driving a stolen car in Williston.

    Mitchell F. Cooper, 31, of Northwest 13th Avenue, was in possession of a stolen 1978 Chevrolet as he was spotted by Lt. Clay Connolly, who tried to make a traffic stop at about 1:30 in the afternoon on March 30.

  • Levy County Sheriff's Reports

    Brett Parker Watts, 21, of Northeast 113th Lane, Bronson, was accused of armed burglary and theft of a firearm after he allegedly stole several firearms from a home in Chiefland. He was also accused of domestic battery and aggravated domestic assault for an incident with the person who drove him to the home of the victim and reportedly didn’t know he was going to steal the guns. Deputies also recovered some of the weapons from a home in Newberry, just across the Levy County line. He also faces several charges of possession of a firearm by a convicted felon.

  • Levy County Sheriff's Reports

    Raul Reynoso, 54, of Northwest 90th Avenue, Chiefland, was arrested for possession of more than 20 grams of cannabis, sale of cannabis, two counts each, after he allegedly sold the drug to a confidential source. Total bond $10,000.

  • Suspect Allen Mack arrested locally

    One of Levy County's most wanted suspects was arrested without incident on Friday, March 20.

    According to a news release from Williston Investigator James Bond, members of the U.S. Marshal's Office, the Levy County Sheriff's Office task force, the Williston Police Department and the Probation Department caught up with the suspect,

    Allen Mack, 36, at 450 S.E. 144th Ave. in Williston. From information received earlier in the day, he was believed to be staying with a co-worker at the Highlands area address.