Warrant Sweep in Inglis – Guns and Drugs Found
Jason E. Adams

Kristi Hudak

Michael Samples
April 11, 2017
On April 6, 2017 LCSO deputies working with United States
Marshal’s deputies conducted a warrants sweep in the Inglis area of Levy
County. Three subjects were arrested for outstanding warrants and taken to
jail.
The operation began the day before as deputies gathered
information on one particular wanted subject. Jason Eric Adams (10-25-94) was
wanted for three outstanding warrants and was a current suspect in an ongoing
robbery investigation. Deputies went to a home on Linda Street that Adams was
known to frequent. Deputies did not find Adams there, but did find a stash of
guns, drugs and used syringes. These items were seized, and the investigation
based on this discovery is still on-going.
Adams was located a short time later at a home on Debra
Street. He was hanging out with a female associate, Kristi Rose Hudak (4-21-85)
who was also wanted for an outstanding Citrus County Violation of Probation warrant.
Both Adams and Hudak were arrested and transported to the Levy county Detention
Facility.
Later this same morning, deputies located and arrested
Michael Samples (3-15-88). Samples gave deputies a false name and when his true
identity was discovered, they found that he was wanted in Citrus County for a Failure
to Appear warrant. Samples was additionally charged with providing false
information to law enforcement and transported to the Levy County Detention
Facility.
Sheriff McCallum said he is aware of the growing drug
related issues in the Inglis area of our county. He has vowed to continue the
fight against drug abuse and crimes associated with this nationwide affliction.
“It is cooperative operations like these of which I’m proud to be a part. The
men and women of this office work tirelessly in the fight against criminals
that move into our community. I am honored to be your Sheriff and my top
priority is to make our citizens safe. These deputies were able to take three
wanted criminals off our streets and take their guns and drugs from them.”
Any citizen who has information about criminal activity in
their community is urged to call our office and report your suspicions. Our
communications officers are always on duty and can be reached at 352-486-5111.
Anyone who wishes to report crime and remain anonymous can call Crime Stoppers
at 1-877-349-8477.
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