The Bizarre World of Florida

Woman Arrested For Battering Live-In Boyfriend With Bowl Of Eggs Following Breakfast Beef April 17, 2015

destinioliverA dispute over the preparation of breakfast ended yesterday morning with a Florida woman under arrest for battering her live-in boyfriend with a bowl of raw eggs, police report.

Destini Oliver, 22, and Lorenzo Dixon, 23, quarreled Sunday in their Palmetto home over Oliver not wanting to cook breakfast, according to a police report.

The dispute turned physical when Oliver, seen above, allegedly “threw a bowl of raw eggs” at Dixon, striking him in the back. Cops on the scene reported spotting egg splatter on Dixon, as well as on a wall and a couch.

Oliver, pictured above, was arrested for misdemeanor battery and booked into the county jail, where she remains locked up in lieu of $500 bond.

Dixon, a salesman at a Ford dealership in Sarasota, was not injured in the egg attack.


Man sharpened machete after being refused work April 16, 2015

CallImageJoseph Lyle Matthews, 43, of Pinellas Park, walked up the street to a neighbor’s house April 5 and asked for work, according to an arrest report. The neighbor refused, sheriff’s deputies wrote, so Matthews began sharpening a machete in the man’s front yard. The incident took place on 107th Avenue about 11:23 a.m.

According to the arrest report, Matthews stabbed the machete into the ground, pointed it at the man and shouted, “If you don’t want me to work, then I’ll fix you.”

He faces charges including aggravated assault and possession of drugs without a prescription. According to a separate arrest report, Matthews later threatened to kill a deputy while en route to the jail.

Christopher W. Poulos, alias “Chris” or “Dale Jones,” was canvassing the neighborhood for “opportunities” when he stumbled upon the lawn mower he stole, according to an arrest report.

Poulos, 40, of St. Petersburg, entered a yard in the 5500 block of 31st Street N and took a push mower from beneath a canoe, deputies wrote. He admitted to the offense, according to the report.

He faces a charge of burglary of an unoccupied structure.


Bus Passenger Arrested For Battering Driver In Head With A Snickers Bar April 13, 2015

joelparkerA Florida man is facing a battery charge for allegedly throwing a Snickers candy bar at the head of a bus driver during an on-board confrontation, police report.

The Snickers–thrown by Joel Parker, 33–hit a Sunshine Bus Company employee in the head as he drove Wednesday morning through St. Johns County in northeastern Florida.

According to a police report, Parker was disruptive and threatened the driver before reaching his stop. As he exited the bus, Parker winged the Snickers at the driver.

The driver was not injured in the nougaty attack.

Seen in the above mug shot, Parker was subsequently apprehended by cops and charged with misdemeanor battery. He spent about 10 hours in custody before posting $250 bond.


Small wonder we’re called the ‘Gunshine State’ … if you’re not firing bullets, you’re sweating them April 12, 2015

7333529_GA Cape Coral man looking for a missing cell phone tracked it to a home on Nicholas Parkway East – and when his attempt to get it back failed – he shot a round from a gun toward the bedroom and then fled on foot when it jammed, according to authorities.

Cape Coral police went to the 100 block of Nicholas Parkway East for the reported shooting into a home shortly after midnight on Wednesday.

A witness told authorities that Tevin Nelson was standing in the driveway in front of the garage at the residence. The witness says Nelson took a black shirt, wrapped it around his face and walked toward the side of the house, according to police.

The witness saw Nelson point the gun in the direction of a bedroom window and fire off a round, but then the gun appeared to jam. He then ran on foot towards the a convenience store at the intersection of Santa Barbara Boulevard and Nicholas Parkway E. and was picked up by a silver car that went south on SW Santa Barbara Place, according to police.

Officers located the vehicle on SW Santa Barbara Place and then stopped and detained four people inside the car.

The front passenger was identified as Tevin Nelson, 20, of Cape Coral. On the floorboard of the front passenger seat was a firearm wrapped in a black cloth, police say.

Nelson was positively identified by a witness, police say, after they did a “show up.”

According to the police investigation, Nelson allegedly went to the residence looking for a missing cell phone, after tracking it to that location using GPS software.

Nelson knew the resident and had been to the home on previous occasions and when his attempt to retrieve his cell phone failed, Nelson decided to go home and change into dark clothing, get a gun, and come back to the residence, police say.

Nelson fired one round at the resident’s bedroom window and when the gun malfunctioned he fled the scene and was picked up by friends nearby, according to police.

Nelson was taken to the Lee County Jail on charges of shooting into an occupied dwelling, and carrying a concealed firearm.


Woman kicked deputy in groin, then offered oral sex April 6, 2015

Palm Beach County Sheriff’s deputies took a 23-year-old woman into custody after a complaint that she repeatedly offered bar patrons oral sex for money and refused to leave.

Mugshot-Beatrize-Carrion-MooreAccording to the arrest report by PBSO, Beatrize Carrion-Moore is charged with trespassing after warning, resisting arrest with violence and battery on a law enforcement officer.

Deputies responded to Boonies Bar at 14555 Southern Blvd. in West Palm Beach Friday night in response to a report of an unwanted guest.

Deputies spoke to the bar manager, who said she was having trouble with an intoxicated patron.

The manager told deputies that a week earlier she had an issue with the same woman who was offering oral sex to customers for money, the report said.

The woman, later identified as Carrion-Moore, became angry when she was asked once again in the presence of the deputy to leave the establishment and said that it was not right that she was being asked to leave, the report said.

When deputy attempted to place Carrion-Moore in handcuffs, she pulled away and was able to slip out of the cuffs, according to the report.

After a brief struggle, both the deputy and Carrion-Moore fell to the ground. When deputies tried to seat Carrion-Moore in the patrol car, she tried to climb up the side of the door panel in an attempt at resistance, the report said. She began repeatedly kicking at deputies, ultimately hitting a deputy in his upper thigh and groin several times, the report said.

Once she was secured in the back of the patrol car, Carrion-Moore continued to offer the deputy oral sex in exchange for letting her go. The sequence of events was captured on car audio and video surveillance.

Carrion-Moore was booked in the Palm Beach County jail and has been released.


Man breaks into ex’s home, defecates on belongings March 31, 2015

A family of four had a rude awakening Friday morning when the homeowner’s ex broke in and defecated on several of the family’s belongings, according to the Orange County Sheriff’s Office.

photo-JPGThe victim was asleep at first, but at least one of the three children inside the home allegedly witnessed Michael Anthony Johnson, 27, of Apopka, break into the home and defecate on things, deputies said.

Johnson is accused of defecating on the victim’s bed sheets, a glass kitchen plate, a wallet and a dresser.

Johnson was arrested in January for domestic battery, criminal mischief, and resisting arrest and was not supposed to be at the home, deputies said. A court order was issued banning him from returning to the home.

“The defendant had only been out of jail two days before violating the no contact order,” investigators said in the arrest report.

Johnson allegedly gave deputies false information, but one officer said, “I recognized the defendant, and remembered responding to the same address in regards to an aggravated stalking with credible threat in May 2014.”

Johnson was charged with burglary of an occupied dwelling, criminal mischief, sanitary nuisance, providing false information to law enforcement, petit theft and aggravated stalking. He was booked into the Orange County Jail on Friday.


Woman accused of shooting at car after dispute

stories-from-the-streetA 29-year-old Freeport woman is accused of shooting at another woman in a moving vehicle after a dispute at a private property.

Walton County Sheriff’s deputies were called for the shooting on March 26, according to the arrest report.

Deputies encountered Hailey Elizabeth Smith as they responded to the call, the report said. Smith told them the other woman had tried to kill her, and claimed the woman had tried to run her over in a vehicle.

She said she fell to the ground and retrieved her handgun, shooting at the car, according to the report. The woman said she was in fear for her life and tried to flee when she realized Smith and a man had blocked her in at the property.

She said she was trying to get around the vehicle blocking her when she saw Smith draw her firearm.

Smith is charged with aggravated assault with a deadly weapon without intent to kill, firing a weapon in public and firing a missile into a vehicle.



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