SUPERVISOR: Sgt. J.
FTO: R. Hunnefeld #1377
OFFICER: B. Courneya #1683
OFFICER: E. Peterson #1555
OFFICER: S. Checksfield
OFFICER: C. Gray #1561
CAD EVENTS: 96
CASE NUMBER: 190500166
TIME OCCURRED: 1007
Battery (Domestic) – 3200 Block of N. Dixie Freeway. The victim advised that she was struck by a
known male during an argument. The male
left the scene prior to officers arriving, and he has not been located at this
time. A complaint affidavit was completed.
TIME OCCURRED: 1108
SYNOPSIS: Recovered Stolen Vehicle – 1111 Canal Street
(Bishop’s Towing). The business advised
a vehicle they towed was reported stolen out of Alachua County. Officers confirmed the vehicle was stolen and
a report was taken for documentation.
TIME OCCURRED: 1234
SYNOPSIS: Traffic Crash – 800 N. Dixie
Freeway (Stavros). Two vehicles, minor
damage, no injuries, and no citations issued.
CASE NUMBER: 190500169
TIME OCCURRED: 1408
SYNOPSIS: Battery (Domestic) – 2935 Sunset
Drive. The victim advised a known female
struck him approximately a week ago. The
officers were unable to locate he female at this time and a complaint affidavit
CASE NUMBER: 190500170
TIME OCCURRED: 1444
SYNOPSIS: Information Report – 911 S.
Dixie Freeway. The reporting person
advised a ex-employee had been stealing from the company for over a year. Prior to calling law enforcement, the
reporting person and ex-employee entered into the civil agreement to pay the
money back. Report taken for
CASE NUMBER: 190500171
TIME OCCURRED: 1520
SYNOPSIS: Traffic Crash – 615 3rd
Avenue (CVS). Two vehicles, minor
damage, no injuries, and one citation issued.
CASE NUMBER: 190500172
TIME OCCURRED: 1542
Traffic Crash – S.R. 44/Wallace Road.
A vehicle struck a pedestrian, minor damage, minor injuries, and one
CASE NUMBER: 190500173
TIME OCCURRED: 1444
SYNOPSIS: Traffic Crash – 536 Canal Street. Two vehicles, minor damage, no injuries, and one
TIME OCCURRED: 1603
SYNOPSIS: Assault – 600 Block of 10th
Street. The victims advised a highly intoxicated male
chased them while they were walking on the sidewalk, putting them in fear. The male was identified and a complaint affidavit