Articles Tagged with Florida man

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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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A Florida man who reportedly sports a tattoo of a machete was arrested after allegedly using the same type of weapon inked on his face in an assault against another man.

Last weekend, 25-year-old Justin Arthur Allen Couch reportedly got into a tussle with a man who came into a Tarrytown residence where he said he was staying.

The man, who said he wanted to take a shower and found that people were hanging out and having a gathering, reported that when he and Couch began arguing Couch told him to leave the home.

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A man is facing charges after he allegedly allowed a 12-year-old girl in his care to operate his SUV at a reported speed of 85 MPH.

Shaun Michaelsen is a 41-year-old resident of Jupiter, Florida.

On June 8, Michaelsen was reportedly caring for his female friend’s 12-year-old daughter and one of the preteen’s friends for a couple of days.

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After claiming he was the representative for booking events for the band The Village People, a Florida man entered a guilty plea to charges that he pilfered over $12,000 from an Oregon Casino.

The U.S. attorney’s office stated that Florida resident 67-year-old Howard Harlib has a prior collection of legal cases involving “frauds and swindles” spanning over approximately 32-years.

Harlib, a Bronx, NY native who has been incarcerated in Florida since 2016 for infractions unrelated to the current charges, sent a flyer to the Coquille Indian Tribe’s Mill Casino in North Bend, Oregon in August 2015.

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While reportedly fighting with a friend who was helping him with home improvements, a Florida teen allegedly threw a lit piece of cardboard into a bucket of her kittens causing injury to one of the felines.

On May 22, 18-year-old William Carr reportedly asked one of his female friends to come to his home in Milton to assist him with a project involving painting.

When the woman arrived at Carr’s residence she was reportedly accompanied by two adult cats and their litter of kittens, which she had temporarily placed in a bucket.

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A man was accused of domestic violence after he allegedly used raw chicken and laundry as weapons during a fight with his spouse.

34-year-old Thomas Reece and his wife of the same age live together in St. Petersburg, Florida where the man is also reportedly employed at Lowe’s.

On May 15, the pair were home together in the evening when they allegedly became entangled in a spat regarding what the police noted as “a family issue.”

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A woman accused her long-term boyfriend of slapping her in the face several times after she shared with him that she might enjoy paying a visit to a swingers club.

32-year-old Zacharie Nelson and his girlfriend of four years share a home in Pinellas Park, Florida at the Palm Grove Village mobile home park.

In the early morning hours on May 12, Nelson and his significant other were spending time at home when the woman reportedly mentioned that she might like to go to a swingers club.

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When a Florida man was pulled over by police he allegedly tried to ditch a drug pipe out his vehicle window, but the object reportedly hit one of the officers in the face as he approached.

61-year-old Derry West is an ex-convict who lives in Port St. Lucie, Florida.

On April 21, West was reportedly driving his Honda truck near his home when officers working in the area purported that the required amount of light to see the man’s license plate was not present.

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A Florida man was incarcerated after guns and a Kevlar vest, of which he allegedly told the officers belonged to the movie character John Wick, were reportedly located inside a vehicle parked at his residence.

27-year-old Getro Gelin lives in Port St. Lucie, Florida, and reportedly drives a Porsche SUV.

Early last Sunday, Gelin and an unnamed woman were reportedly engaged in a situation that led to a call being placed to 911 for police assistance regarding a claim of domestic violence that had taken place.

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Two men in Florida allegedly pulled a heist at a CVS store using the threat that they have COVID-19 as their purported weapon of choice when confronting the workers.

Last Tuesday afternoon, employees at the Coconut Creek CVS notified the authorities and said that they had been robbed by two men who claimed they currently have the novel coronavirus.

While speaking with the police, the workers said that they believed the men had been driving a white van and that they had stolen many bottles of detergent, in addition to two 12-packs of Corona beer. They also offered what they believed was the license plate number on the van to the authorities.

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