Woman Rams Boyfriends Car With 8 Month Old Child In Vehicle

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Date: March 30, 2009
Time: 4:45 PM

Bronson, Florida-On March 25, 2009 Deputy Maddox arrested Amanda Peacock for child abuse and criminal mischief.

Shortly after 9 PM Deputy Maddox responded to 13071 NE 75 Place Archer, in reference to a disturbance. Upon arrival Deputy Maddox made contact with the victim who advised that he and Peacock were arguing because he left Peacock and went back to his wife.

During the argument the victim got in his vehicle to leave the property and Peacock rammed the victim’s car with her own vehicle. There was over $ 1,500 in damage. Peacock had her 8 month old child in the back seat and the child was not injured during this incident.

Peacock admitted to Deputy Maddox that she was mad and rammed the vehicle out of rage.

Defendant: Charges:

Amanda Peacock Child Abuse (Child Endangerment)
17223 Olive Ave. Criminal Mischief
Brooker, Florida
Race/Sex: White/Female
Age: 24

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Drug Arrest Williston Arms Apartments

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Date: March 30, 2009
Time: 4:30 PM

Williston, Florida-On March 23, 2009 the Levy County Sheriff’s Office Drug Task Force arrested Oliver Louis Williams for sell of cannabis, possession of cannabis with intent to distribute, sell of cocaine within 1000 feet of a school, possession of cocaine, resisting arrest without violence and possession of drug paraphernalia.

In February undercover Agents purchased narcotics from Williams on two separate cases. The first undercover buy Agents bought 4.2 grams of cannabis at the Williston Arms Apartment. The second narcotic buy was crack cocaine at 335 SW 1 Ave within 1000 feet of Williston High School.

On March 23, 2009 Agents went to William’s apartment to arrest him for the drug buys. Drug Agents and uniform patrol deputies knocked on the front door and told Williams he was under arrest. Williams was told to get on the ground and he refused their lawful orders and he retreated back inside the apartment. Williams was subsequently subdued and arrested for the listed charges. In plain view Williams had a marijuana pipe and he was additionally charged.

Defendant: Charges:

Oliver Louis Williams Sell of Cannabis
91 NW Williston Arms Drive Possession of Cannabis with intent to distribute
Williston, Florida Sell of Cocaine within 1000’ of a School
Race/Sex: Black Male Possession of Cocaine
Age: 29 Resisting arrest without violence
Possession drug paraphernalia

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Armed Burglary Chiefland

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Date: March 30, 2009
Time: 11:30 A.M.

Chiefland, Florida- On March 29, 2009 unknown person(s) entered a residence located 12590 NW 82 Court Chiefland and stole sixteen (16) firearms. The burglary occurred between midnight and two in the morning.

The firearms the suspect(s) stole were shotguns, rifles and handguns and anyone with information is asked to call the Levy County Sheriff’s Office or you can remain anonymous and call Crime Stoppers at 1-877-349-8477.

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Arrest Richard Perry

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Date: March 30, 2009
Time: 10:45 A.M.

Chiefland, Florida- On March 26, 2009 Corporal Rick Rogers arrested Richard Wayne Perry for carrying a concealed firearm, possession of methamphetamine, possession controlled substance without a prescription and possession of precursor chemicals.

Corporal Rick Rogers with the Drug Task Force received a phone call from the Wal-Mart security that white male was acting suspicious and purchased items known as precursor chemicals to manufacture methamphetamine. The suspect purchased ephedrine pills, Coleman fuel and lithium batteries and left the store in a Ford Ranger truck.

Corporal Rogers located the suspects’ vehicle and a traffic stop was conducted at 13000 block US Highway 19/98. Corporal Rogers noticed that when the driver, Richard Perry was searching for his registration to the vehicle he attempted to conceal a silver 5 shot derringer inside the center console. The suspect was immediately detained and a search was conducted inside the truck. Perry had a loaded 20 gauge shotgun and deputies found .3 grams of methamphetamine inside a magnetic hide-a-key and one pill that was identified as 10 mg. methadone which is a schedule II narcotic without a prescription. Additionally there were three packs of pseudo pills, one pack of eight lithium batteries and one gallon of Coleman fuel that is needed to manufacture methamphetamine.

Defendant: Charges:

Richard Wayne Perry Carrying Concealed Firearm
NE 84 245 Street Possession of Methamphetamine
Cross City, Florida Possession Precursor Chemicals
Race/Sex: White/Male Possession Controlled Substance Without Prescription
Age: 37

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