This report is for activity Nov. 17-23
FRIDAY, NOV. 17
- Deputy Heather Will responded to Circle K in Medart in reference to two white males taking alcoholic beverages from the store without paying for them. This case has been sent to detectives for further investigation.
SATURDAY, NOV. 18
- Hunter Chapman reported the theft of copper wiring from his property. Two possible suspects have been identified. Road Patrol deputies will be conducting follow-up investigations on this case.
- Deputies responded to Sopchoppy Highway in reference to a disturbance. Phillip Rosier found Kelvin Robbins in his backyard and told him to leave. Robbins refused and brandished a knife. Rosier armed himself with a stick and hit Robbins in the face. Robbins was arrested for aggravated assault and transported to the Wakulla County Jail. Deputy Austin Rivers investigated.
SUNDAY, NOV. 19
- Mary McKenzie reported leaving her wallet in a shopping cart. The wallet was later recovered and turned over to Loss Prevention at Walmart. Deputy Anthony Paul attempted to contact McKenzie to return the missing wallet. The wallet was placed into property and evidence for safekeeping until it can be returned.
- Deputy Heather Will responded to Walmart in reference to a retail theft that occurred the previous night. On Nov. 18, two females entered the store, selected items, and filled their cart. The pair attempted to push the cart out of the store without paying. When they were approached by store employees, they left the cart full of items and fled the store. The stolen merchandise was valued at $468.67. This case has been sent to detectives for further investigation.
MONDAY, NOV. 20
- April Dawkins reported a theft at Dollar General in Wakulla Station. Dawkins advised a female and a male filled bags with food and left the store without paying. This case has been sent to detectives for further investigation. Deputy Don Newsome investigated.
TUESDAY, NOV. 21
- Bert Cadwell reported unknown and unauthorized purchases made on his bank account. The activity took place in Leon County. Cadwell reported the loss of $450 to Sams Club. This case has been sent to detectives for further investigation. Deputy Norman De Guzman investigated.
WEDNESDAY, NOV. 22
- Walmart Asset Protection employees reported a male and a female leave the store without paying for items. The couple left without paying for 55 items totaling $207.81. This case has been sent to detectives for further investigation. Deputy Matt Hinson investigated.
- An employee with Endless Point Oyster Company reported a theft. The complainant arrived this morning and discovered miscellaneous items and tools missing. They also advised the items had an approximate value of $840. Deputy Dakota Haddock investigated.
- Deputy Jake Scott conducted a traffic stop for passing on a double yellow line. Upon stopping, Bobby Ross exited the vehicle with his hands on his head and met Scott at the rear of the car. Ross was found to have 10 prior DWLSR convictions. Drug paraphernalia was seen in an open compartment in the vehicle. The tag attached to the vehicle was from an RV. Ross was transported to the Wakulla County Jail without further incident.
THURSDAY, NOV. 23
- Ashley Mattox reported that she woke up and discovered her golf cart missing. An affidavit for prosecution was signed. A short time later Leon County Sheriff’s Office located the golf cart in their county. The golf cart was turned over to Mattox, however she still wished to pursue charges. This case has been sent to detectives for further investigation. Deputy Dakota Haddock investigated.
Report suspicious or illegal activity at 850-745-7100, or call 911 for emergencies.