Articles Tagged with boat

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An Illinois man with several priors on his criminal record was arrested after he allegedly choked a woman when she asked him to bring her to land so she could get off his boat. 

On the evening of September 5, a 40-year-old woman accompanied a 41-year-old Ingleside man on his boat. They were on the water in an area close to Fox Lake in Columbia Bay. 

The pair have a history together, and the man recently finished probation for a domestic violence crime against the woman. 

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A convicted felon who was accused of stealing a boat reportedly tried to escape from the police by fleeing on a riding lawnmower. 

40-year-old Dusty Mobley is from Holt, Florida. According to county jail records, Mobley has a long history of arrests and convictions that began in 2004. 

On January 1, a boat was reported stolen from a metal building in Baker.  

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While on a boating excursion with her husband, a Florida woman allegedly urinated on the man while he was asleep in the cabin below.

48-year-old Heather Smith and her 47-year-old husband reside just outside Tampa Bay on Tierra Verde Island.

On August 16, while Smith and her husband were on their boat and out at sea the pair reportedly hit a rocky place in their relations and began to argue.

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When a Largo man allegedly stole a pricey boat from a dealership, he reportedly left the vessel after crashing into a group of pilings.

Last Saturday around 2:00 am, the theft of a 2019 Jeanneau Leader boat with a value of $90,000 was reportedly robbed from the Thunder Marine boat dealership in St. Petersburg.

After the suspect left the shore with the boat, the alleged voyage took a turn for the worse as the vessel was navigated in a way that caused it to smash into four wooden channel-marker pilings.

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An intoxicated man from Massachusetts allegedly let himself into the zoo after hours so he could visit with the monkeys.

On June 2, when the employees at the Capron Park Zoo in Attleboro, which is closed due to the COVID-19 pandemic, reported for work in the morning they believed someone had been on the premises after hours the previous night.

The workers reportedly found that one of the boats used for reaching two islands that house the lemur exhibit had been disturbed.

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A Florida man employed by an online company that offers their customers by-the-hour service of a skilled captain for their personal boats has been accused of DUI while operating a client’s vessel.

A boat owner seeking a captain to take him and his guests to the yearly Gasparilla invasion festival found what he was looking for on AnchorRides.com. This service provides “on demand” booking for captains to operate personal boats for a fee of $50 an hour, and matches clients with personnel based on location.

24-year-old Nathan Stasio was hired for an 8-hour period to provide captain services on the man’s boat during the historical Tampa, Florida, pirate-themed event for the man and his guests.

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