Law and Courts

  • Sheriff's Report

    The Levy County Sheriff’s Office reports the following arrests:
    • Anastasia Jane Blaschka, 44, Archer, arrested Nov. 19, Violation of Probation (VOP) possession of paraphernalia. Bond $535.
    • David Charles Bliss Jr., 26, Bronson, arrested Nov. 16, sale of controlled substance, possession of a controlled substance with intent to sell, resisting arrest without violence. Bond $35,000.

  • Levy County Sheriff's Reports

    The Levy County Sheriff’s Office reports the following arrests:

    • William Brazelton, 61, arrested Nov. 14, DUI.

    • Thomas Patrick Chambers, 39, Chiefland, arrested Nov. 13, domestic battery.

    • Danny Ray Clark, 58, Trenton, arrested Nov. 8, aggravated domestic battery with weapon. Bond $100,000.

    • Stephanie Lorrine Fine, 32, Cedar Key, arrested Nov. 9, tampering with a witness/informant. Bond $100,000.

  • Levy County Sheriff's Reports

    The Levy County Sheriff’s Department reports the following arrests:
    Jess Thomas Adams, 29, arrested Nov. 4, writ of bodily attachment.
    Theresia Marie Conley, 27, Chiefland, arrested Nov. 1, grand theft and dealing in stolen property. Bond $15,000.
    Gerald Edward Cook, 46, Williston, arrested Nov. 2, grand theft auto, possession of crack cocaine and possession of drug paraphernalia. Bond $16,000.
    Beatrice Jones Dixon, 57, Alachua, arrested Nov. 1, two counts Failure to Appear (FTA) fraud insufficient funds, Bond $2,000.

  • Man dies in single car accident

    A single vehicle, single occupant crash claimed the life of Shannon Douglas Gunnels, 23, of Williston Levy County late Saturday night.
    According to Florida Highway Patrol Investigators, preliminary findings indicate that Gunnels was traveling south on NE 140th Ave. (a local, 2-lane rural roadway) at an excessive high rate of speed. As the vehicle approached the area of this crash it was
    entering into a slight left curvature of the roadway and the driver oversteered to the left to compensate for this curve. This action

  • Levy County Sheriff's Reports

    The Levy County Sheriff’s Office reports the following arrests:
    Charles Theodor Blumenberg, 24, Chiefland, arrested Oct. 18, DWLSR.
    Walter Alexander Burns, 39, Chiefland, arrested Oct. 22, retail theft. Bond $500.
    Richard Lee Cantleberry, 46, Cedar Key, arrested Oct. 19, maintaining a drug dwelling and sale of controlled substance. Bond $30,000.
    Kelly Michelle Colson, 26, Trenton, arrested Oct. 20, housing for Gilchrist County.
    Coreal Toetos Dixon, 29, arrested Oct. 18, no valid driver’s license.

  • Search comes up dry

    Local authorities became suspicious last week when an Illinois tractor trailer with Texas license plates sped through a Williston school zone on SE 7th Street.
    Investigator James Bond from the Williston Police Department said the driver’s log book didn’t match up and reflected he had driven from El Paso, Texas to Miami and was on the way back to Texas.
    Drug dogs were called to the scene and alerted right away, Bond said.

  • Williston Police Reports Oct. 21, 2010

    An Archer man whose license has been suspended 26 times was placed under arrest by the Williston Police Department.

    Shaun Lenly Standridge, 36, of Archer, was accused of felony driving while license was suspended or revoked after he was stopped for allegedly running a stop sign and turning without a signal. According to the report, his license was suspended 26 times, revoked four times, cancelled once and he was declared a habitual traffic offender twice.

  • Most Wanted 10-21-2010
  • No injuries as log truck rolls over in Goethe State Forest

    No injuries were reported when a loaded log truck rolled over on Gas Line Road in the Goethe State Forest on Tuesday at 4:20 p.m.

     According to the Highway Patrol, Johnnie E. Cooper, 71, was driving the truck when the right tires dropped off into a ditch of water. Eventually the right front fell into a hole and the truck overturned on its right side.  

  • Four arrested on drug charges in raids on Cedar Key homes

    After a three-month drug investigation by te Levy County Sheriff’s Office in the Cedar Key area, drug agents served two search warrants simultaneously and arrested five subjects in the early morning raid on Oct. 19. 

     Upon receiving a complaint that the suspects were selling narcotics (pills) from their residence, agents infiltrated the suspects using a confidential source.