|Sheriff's Log June 28 to July 4|
On June 27, William Turner of Crawfordville reported the theft of a real estate sign. A $50 sign on Wakulla Beach Road was stolen. Deputy Mike Zimba investigated.
On June 27, Sonja Moseley of Crawfordville reported the theft of copper tubing. Copper tubing was cut off an air conditioning unit at a Crawfordville property she manages. The copper is valued at $100. Deputy Scott Powell investigated.
On June 27, Gregory McInnis of Crawfordville reported a vehicle burglary. The vehicle was burglarized overnight and a GPS unit was stolen. The unit is valued at $150. The vehicle was left unlocked. Deputy Scott Powell investigated.
On June 28, Amy Lynn Michalski, 33, of Crawfordville was arrested for two counts of attached tag not assigned and driving while license is suspended with knowledge. Deputy Stephen Simmons was running radar in Crawfordville and clocked Michalski driving 45 miles per hour in a 35 mile per hour zone. Deputy Simmons determined that the tag did not belong to the vehicle he was following. The tag had already expired despite having a decal attached that was not expired. The unexpired decal came back to a stolen tag from a Winn-Dixie parking lot incident in February 2013. The stolen tag came back to a couple in Tallahassee. Verbal warnings were given on the other violations. She was transported to the Wakulla County Jail without incident. Deputy Scott Powell also investigated.
On June 28, Cliff Brown of Crawfordville reported a forgery. The victim reported receiving a counterfeit $20 bill from a Crawfordville business. The bill was seized. Deputy Marshall Taylor investigated.
On June 28, Jeanine Posey of Crawfordville reported a credit card fraud. The victim reported 14 unauthorized charges on her bank card for $432. The charges were created through Apple iTunes store. Sgt. Ray Johnson investigated.
On June 28, Randy Brazier of Crawfordville reported the theft of miscellaneous household yard items. The victim returned to his property and discovered items missing from his yard. Power cords were severed to an air conditioning unit and washing machine. The missing items were valued at $200 and damage to the property was estimated at $25. Deputy Will Hudson investigated.
On June 28, Paul Wildey of Crawfordville reported a theft of cash from Winn-Dixie. The victim was distracted by an employee and forgot to take $40 he requested from the cash dispenser. The victim returned to the store a short time later and discovered the money was gone. Deputy Ward Kromer investigated.
On June 28, Sgt. Ryan Muse observed Brandon Janorris Rosier, 22, of Sopchoppy driving an automobile in Sopchoppy. Sgt. Muse had previous knowledge that Rosier did not have a valid driver license. It was determined that the tag on the vehicle was not assigned to it. Rosier was given a notice to appear in court for unassigned tag attached. He was given verbal warnings for operating the vehicle with a learner’s permit and no licensed driver in the vehicle and not having vehicle insurance.
On June 29, Bobby Allred and Pamela Allred, both of Crawfordville reported an animal incident. The two victims suffered injuries to their hand and arm as a result of attempting to break up a fight between their dog and a neighbor’s dog. Wakulla Animal Control took possession of the neighbor’s dog and conducted an investigation of the incident. Wakulla EMS treated the victims at the scene. Deputy Marshall Taylor investigated.
On June 29, Dana L. Rosier of Maido Street in Crawfordville reported a structure fire at her mobile home. It was determined that juveniles set the fire by igniting a pile of clothing. The home was a total loss, but there were no injuries. The fire was ruled intentional but accidental due to the age of the juveniles, ages 3 and 9, and no criminal intent. The American Red Cross responded to the scene to assist the victims. The property owner advised that she did not have insurance on the home. Temporary lodging was arranged for the victim. The property loss was estimated at $10,000. Deputy Will Hudson and Detective Matt Helms investigated.
On June 29, Hoyt Herring of Crawfordville reported a credit card fraud. The victim reported that someone attempted to obtain a credit card in his name. The credit card request was cancelled by the credit card company when it was discovered that it was fraudulent. Deputy Elisee Colin investigated.
On June 29, William A. Lawrence, 24, of Panacea was charged with possession of marijuana less than 20 grams and possession of narcotics equipment after Deputy Alan Middlebrooks responded to a disturbance call. Deputy Middlebrooks observed marijuana and drug paraphernalia inside the home. The marijuana weighed 6.5 grams. The marijuana and paraphernalia were seized as evidence.
On June 29, Roger Nathaniel Rosier, 37, of Sopchoppy was observed on his property as deputies attempted to serve outstanding warrants for his arrest. Rosier refused to obey commands to stop and ran into a wood line. Sgt. Ryan Muse pursued Rosier for 70 yards into the woods before losing him. A warrant was issued for resisting arrest without violence.
On June 30, Sgt. Jeremy Johnston, Deputy Elisee Colin, Deputy Anthony Paul and Deputy Will Hudson received permission from the property owner where Roger Nathaniel Rosier was living to serve an arrest warrant. Rosier refused to comply with law enforcement commands and began to physically resist attempts to arrest him. Control was eventually gained over the suspect with the help of a relative who spoke to Rosier. Rosier faces charges of two failures to appear on trespass charges, battery, obstruction without violence and providing a false name to law enforcement officers. The June 30 incident resulted in Rosier being charged with resisting arrest with violence.
On June 30, Miranda McClendon of Crawfordville reported a vehicle burglary. The vehicle was left unlocked overnight at the victim’s home. A satchel was reported missing from the vehicle. The satchel and miscellaneous items inside are valued at $458. Deputy Marshall Taylor investigated.
On July 1, Joshua Manning of Crawfordville reported a vehicle burglary. Tennis shoes, glasses and a CD player plate were stolen from the victim’s vehicle which was unlocked. The stolen items are valued at $669. Deputy Richard Moon investigated.
On July 1, Eric Damron of Crawfordville reported a vehicle theft as two marine batteries were stolen from the victim’s truck. The victim observed his missing property and property owned by other vehicle burglary victims near a power pole in the area. Some of the property matched the missing property reported by Joshua Manning. Damron’s batteries were valued at $400. Deputy Richard Moon investigated.
On July 1, Joan Chasteen of Crawfordville reported recovering property while she walked in Wakulla Gardens. A halogen light was found just inside a wood line. The property is valued at $100 and turned into the Evidence and Property Division. Deputy Richard Moon investigated.
On July 1, Arlene Swore of Crawfordville reported recovering property in Wakulla Gardens. Tools were found on the victim’s property. The tools were valued at $200 and turned over to Evidence and Property. Deputy Scott Powell and Deputy Richard Moon investigated.
On July 1, Deputy Scott Powell recovered drill bits and tools in Wakulla Gardens. The items are valued at $125 and were located near a vacant home.
On July 1, Fred Mohrfeld of Crawfordville reported a fraud. The victim observed three unauthorized transactions on his bank account from California. The charges totaled $560. Deputy Mike Zimba investigated.
On July 1, Millie Harrison of Crawfordville reported a fraud. Ten unauthorized charges were observed on the victim’s bank account. The charges totaled $619 and were made in Tampa and Wesley Chapel. Deputy Scott Powell investigated.
On July 1, Millie Hilliard of Crawfordville reported a fraud. A $300 transaction was observed on the victim’s bank account. The transaction occurred in Stamford, Conn. Deputy Richard Moon investigated.
On July 1, Carla Chouinard of Crawfordville reported a vehicle burglary. A backpack with a computer and electronics was stolen from the victim’s vehicle. The property is valued at $625. The suspect was tied to the use of a stolen credit card and Shawnteves Tyre Stokes, 19, of Crawfordville was arrested for burglary and grand theft. Three other cases were solved during the course of the investigation. Deputy Clint Beam investigated.
On July 1, Jamie Ropp of Crawfordville reported a vehicle burglary. The victim reported the loss of $218 worth of currency and personal items from her unlocked vehicle. Deputy Sean Wheeler investigated.
On July 1, Austin Pfeufer of Crawfordville reported a vehicle burglary. A pipe wrench was stolen from the back of the victim’s vehicle. The wrench is valued at $250. Deputy Vicki Mitchell investigated.
On July 2, Deputy Mike Zimba conducted a traffic stop due to a motorist driving with a cracked windshield. Anthony Lafayette Carnivale, 33, of Crawfordville did not possess a valid driver license. He was charged with knowingly operating a motor vehicle while license was suspended or revoked. Two juveniles with the driver were turned over to a relative along with the vehicle.
On July 2, Kimberly Gilhousen of Crawfordville reported the theft of a firearm from her vehicle. It has not been determined when the firearm, valued at $200, was stolen. Deputy Mike Zimba investigated.
On July 2, Michael Lance Skinner, 21, of Crawfordville was determined to be overdue for registering with the WCSO as a sexual offender. Detective Josh Langston attempted to make contact with Skinner in his probation officer’s office but Skinner fled on foot. A warrant was requested for failure to register as a sexual offender.
On July 2, James Harvey of Crawfordville reported a criminal mischief at Pilgrim Rest Primitive Baptist Church. Someone damaged the church grass with a vehicle. Damage to the property was estimated at $150. Deputy Billy Metcalf investigated.
On July 3, Teresa Harden of Sopchoppy reported a fraud. A suspect was paid $2,461 to make a head stone for a relative of the victim and after more than three months the head stone has not been delivered to the cemetery. A suspect has been identified. Sgt. Ray Johnson investigated.
On July 3, Limon Poppell of Crawfordville was involved in a one vehicle traffic crash at Shadeville Highway at Bloxham Cutoff Road. The vehicle left the roadway due to rainy conditions and ended up in a ditch filled with water. There were no injuries. Deputy Ian Dohme investigated.
On July 3, Marj Schroeder of Tallahassee reported the theft of a generator from her fireworks stand on Mike Stewart Drive. The generator was set outside her tent. The generator is valued at $400 and has been entered into the NCIC/FCIC data base. Deputy Marshall Taylor investigated.
On July 4, Ian Tuttle of Crawfordville reported a vehicle burglary. A GPS unit was taken from the vehicle that is valued at $130. The vehicle was unsecured. Deputy Ward Kromer investigated.
On July 4, Dorothy Harris of Crawfordville reported damage to her vehicle on Shadeville Highway. The victim pulled her vehicle off the road due to inclement weather and while she was parked, a tree fell on her vehicle. Damage to the vehicle included the hood, roof and antenna. Neither the victim nor a passenger in the vehicle was injured. Once the tree was cleared from the vehicle the victim was able to drive the vehicle away from the scene. Deputy Ian Dohme investigated.
The Wakulla County Sheriff’s Office received 1,136 calls for service during the past week including: 28 residential and business alarms; 96 citizen contacts; 15 disturbances; 30 E-911 abandoned cell calls; 10 E-911 abandoned regular calls; 28 E-911 regular calls; 69 investigations; 11 electrical lines down; 15 loud music/noise complaints; 45 medical emergencies; 329 business and residential security checks; 39 special details; 19 subpoena services; 12 suspicious people; 12 suspicious vehicles; 26 traffic enforcements; 98 traffic stops; 21 trees down; and 29 wanted people.