On August 5th Deputy Alan Middlebrooks responded to Walmart in regards to a retail theft. Upon making contact with Asset Protection employees it was learned that Deanna Schaible had been observed failing to scan all her purchased items at the self-checkout. In all she failed to pay for $45.88 worth of items. Asset Protection detained her until Deputies arrived. Schaible was arrested and transported to the county jail without incident. Copies of the video surveillance recordings was submitted as evidence at the Sheriff’s Office.
On August 5th Terry Land of Mathers Farm Road reported the theft of two four wheelers to Deputy Brandon Sheffield. Mr. Land was alerted by a neighbor that two suspects had been at his home earlier in the week before the ATV’s were found missing. The ATV’s are valued at approximately $3,670.00. The four wheelers were entered in the NCIC system as stolen. The investigation is being forwarded to the Criminal Investigations Division.
On August 5th Deputy Matt Hedges met with Teresa Seeger in regards to the fraudulent use of her credit card. Seeger provided documentation that showed purchases on her card in Pensacola, Florida that totaled $1,242.88. No suspects have been identified at this time. The investigation is being forwarded to Detective Randy Phillips.
On August 6th while patrolling in several neighborhoods Deputy Kyle Hanks observed an open door on a vehicle on JR Milton Road. Upon making contact with the owner it was found that while no items were missing it appeared that someone had entered the unlocked car as they found dirt in the seats. No suspects were identified by the vehicle owner. An area check has been established for the neighborhood.
On August 6th Deputy Kyle Hanks responded to a residence on Marie Circle in regards to a trespass. Upon making contact with the complainant who is a neighbor it was learned that they saw Brandon Parramore at the home. The complainant knew that Parramore had been previously issued a trespass warning for that particular address. When Deputy Hanks interviewed Parramore and a third party it was learned that Parramore was provided a ride to the home to drop off some items. Since all parties involved including Parramore knew that a trespass warning had been issued to Parramore for that address and he was seen and admitted to going to the home, Parramore was arrested for trespass after warning.
On August 7th Deputy Kenneth Miller met with Candese Black at her home on Dogwood Drive in regards to the burglary of her vehicle. Mrs. Black advised that the vehicle had been left unlocked at the home during the day and later it was found that several of her son’s personal items including a wallet and credit cards had been taken. An area check has been established for the neighborhood.
On August 8th Gregory Mills reported fraudulent charges on his bank account that totaled $215.13. The charges were found to have been made at a Walmart in Macon, Georgia. The victim cancelled their credit cards. No suspects have been identified at this time. Deputy Jenna Beceriklier investigated.
On August 8th Deputy Jenna Beceriklier arrested Dusty Ann Rose at Walmart after Asset Protection reported a retail theft. According to Walmart employees the suspect and a second female were watched as they went through the self-checkout and Rose failed to scan all her items. According to Asset Protection the theft totaled $46.59 worth of merchandise. Rose was arrested and transported to the jail without incident.
On August 9th Deputy Anthony Paul responded to Walmart in reference to a theft involving an employee. Upon arrival it was learned that Asset Protection had observed Xzavier Randle change price tags on items and then go through the self-checkout. Randle paid $20.69 for items that totaled $143.80. Randle was forthcoming and admitted to staff and the Deputy what had occurred. He was arrested and transported to the county jail without incident. Copies of the video surveillance recordings was submitted as evidence at the Sheriff’s Office.
On August 11th Deputies were dispatched to Hidden Meadows Subdivision in regards to a disturbance. At the time of the call deputies were advised that one party to the disturbance had left the scene after striking another vehicle with their vehicle. Deputy Vicki Mitchell located the suspect vehicle a short time later and made a traffic stop. The driver Ashley Hurst was found to have a suspended driver’s license as she is a habitual traffic offender. She was arrested for driving on a suspended or revoked driver’s license and transported to the county jail. The crash was turned over to the Florida Highway Patrol and additional charges are pending the outcome of their investigation.
On August 11th Vivian Johnson reported the theft of a boat trailer tag. Mrs. Johnson was unsure of a time frame of the theft as it has been quite a while since the boat was last moved. The tag was entered NCIC as stolen.
On August 11th Robert McKenzie reported a vandalism to his gate. On this same date he realized that his electric gate was not working properly. Upon closer inspection it was found that the gate had been struck by a vehicle which damaged a moving part. The damage is estimated at $100.00.
The Wakulla County Sheriff’s Office received 1031 calls for service including: 17 residential and business alarms; 09 assists to other agencies; 03 vehicle burglaries; 74 citizen contacts; 16 disturbances; 23 E-911 abandoned calls; 28 E-911 calls; 47 investigations; 165 medical emergencies; 281 business and residential security checks; 27 special details; 66 subpoena services; 16 suspicious vehicles; 03 traffic enforcements; 61 traffic stops; and 10 reckless vehicles.