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PAGE 10-A Officers in the DeFuniak Springs Police Depadment arrested the fol- lowing people during the week end- ing Feb. 2, 2003: Willie J Pouncy, 24, Grand theft auto Male, 16, Retail theft Willie Oliver III, 24, Child abuse Kendrick G. Jones, 21, Child abuse Milous H. Keith, 45, Disorderly conduct Purdence R. Travick, 45, County warrant Lonnie W. Stanley, 22, VOP Holmes Co. Male, 17, Grand theft auto Daniel D. Neal, 23, County war- rant FVOP The following people were cited for traffic infractions: *Speeding: Christa M. Ailers; Robin M. Manley; Robby L. Bow- ers; Christopher C. Johus .Following too closely: Longinos Lara Jr. .Leaving the scene with property damage: Longinos Lara Jr. .Reckless driving: Jeremy A. Simonds .Improper backing: Francisco C. Hernandez .DWLSR: Gina H. Armstrong; Lonnie W. Stanley; Francisco C. Hernandez ,Tag attaching not assigned: James E. Smith Warrants lead to meth arrest Charles William Williams III, 30, DeFuniak Springs, was arrested on Jan. 30 while depu- ties were serving a warrant on him at his residence. Deputies were given consent to search the residence and discovered liquids and equipment used in the manufacture of metham- phetamine. Williams was charged with trafficking in methamphet- amine, possession of drug para- phernalia, forgery, dealing in stolen property, grand theft of a firearm and theft. He is being held in the county jail on a $100,000 bond. CHARLES WILLIAMS STEVEN CLOUTIER Meth arrest in Darlington On Feb. 1, while attempting to serve a Violation of Probation warrant on Steven John Cloutler, 34, deputies observed marijuana and marijuana para- phernalia in plain view in Cloutler's Darlington home. Narcotics officers applied for a search warrant and located oil produced in the manufacture of methamphetamine, syringes and pipes. They also recovered a stolen handgun. Cloutler was arrested and charged with trafficking in methamphetamine, possession of drug paraphernalia and deal- ing in stolen property. He is being held under a $25,000 bond for these charges and a $500 bond for a misdemeanor violation of probation. Since 2001, the sheriff's de- partment has made 36 separate arrests in methamphetamine related cases. THE DEFUNIAK SPRINGS HERALD-BREEZE, THURSDAY, FEBRUARY 0 i E Dangers of Carbon Monoxi Florida Department of inspecte,d every year. If you suspect you aN Health Secretary John O. oDon t burn charcoal inside riencing any symptoms Agwunobi M.D.:"As Floridians a house, garage, vehicle, tent or poisoning, open doors ant keep warm indoors, they need fireplace, dows, turn off gas applb to remain aware of the risk of carbon monoxide poisoning, a tragic occurrence which re- cently claimed the lives of two individuals in our state. An in- visible, odorless, and tasteless gas, carbon monoxide (CO) is highly poisonous. CO is pro- duced by household combustion appliances such as natural gas or oil-burning furnaces, water heaters, clothes dryers, space heaters, ranges or kerosene heaters, as well as fireplaces, wood stoves, automobile en- gines, gasoline or diesel genera- tors and lawnmowers. Aware- ness is the key to protecting against CO poisoning. Depend- ing on the level of exposure, CO may cause fatigue, weakness, chest pains for those with heart disease, shortness of breath upon exertion, nausea, vomit- ing, headaches, confusion, lack of coordination, impaired vi- sion, loss of consciousness, and, in severe cases, death." Agwunobi recommends the following precautions to help prevent carbon monoxide poi- soning: Install a carbon monoxide alarm in your home if you have combustion appliances or an attached garage. Be sure all appliances are properly installed and used ac- cording to the manufacturer's instructions. Have fireplace and combus- tion heating and ventilation systems, including chimneys, flues, and vents, professionally Meth lab found, warrant issued A complaint of a possible ing methamphetamine were meth lab at 888 W.C. Currington Road led sheriff's deputies to the house about 4 p.m. Feb. 2. Equipment com- monly utilized in the manufac- turing process of methamphet- amine was identified and nar- cotics investigators were called and go outside. Tn caseS vere CO poisonilg, call t' emergency services or nearest Poison InforSJ Center at 1-800-222-1222ii o Don't use unvented com- bustion heaters in enclosed spaces, especially sleeping ar- eas. Never leave an automobile running in a closed garage or in a garage attached to the house -- even with the garage door open. While driving, keep the rear window'or Lage Of a vehicle closed, as carbon monoxide from the exhaust can be pulled inside. For more tact the Florida De Health's Indoor Air Hotline at 800-543-82794 the Department of website at recovered and a hazardous ma- terials team was called in to dispose of all waste. No one was present at the lab site, however suspects have been identified and warrants processed. Charges are traffick- ing in methamphetamine, pos- ARE YOU THE CAREGIVER for a friend, relative, one? Join the Caregiver Support Group and have an to share your concerns, problems, solutione, and fellow caregivers. The group will begin Feb. 4 and will meet the 1st each month, from 10 a.m. to 11 a.m. at the Covenant Community Support Center, located at 2223 South Ferdon I Crestview, FL. For more information, contact Lee Green 202-0914 or toll free at 1-800-541-3072. THE NEWLY FORMED EMERALD COAST ciety will meet at 3 p.m. Feb. 23 at the Indian Temple Museum Education Center on Hwy. 98 in downtown Fort Beach, FL. 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Sang Dae Kim, 33, PC, DUI Eric Sutton, 27, DFS, FVOP; MVOP Ronnie Chism, 53, Geneva, AL, Criminal mischief Kendrick Jones, 21, DFS, Child abuse Willie Oliver, 25, DFS, Child abuSe Willie Pouncey, 24, DFS, MVOP -Brandon Shaw, 23, Freepod, MVOP Gina Sue Armstrong, 39, Westville, DWSLR Raymond Joseph Sharer, 32, Destin, DUI Brandi Adams, 30, Freeport, FVOP Male, 15, SRB, Fire weapon mis- sile into structure; Cnminal mischief Prudence Regina Travick, 40, FVOP William Coldwell, 46, PC, Grand theft; Trespass Lonnie B Jackson, 79, Florala, DWSLR =MilouseHumphrey Keith, 45, DFS, Disorderly conduct James Garner, 21, Freeport, Aggravated battery with deadly weapon; MVOP Male, 17, DFS, Loitering and prowling =John McClean, 38, PDL, MVOP; Aggravated assault without intent to kill Male, 15, DFS, Sexual battery Kathy Taylor, 41, SRB, DUI; Re- sisting without violence Female, 17, DFs, Affray Robed Dewayne Schofield, 34, Gaskin, Possession -20; Possession drug paraphernalia Nicolas Justin Veloquio, 22, Westville, FVOP; DWLSR Daniel Douglas Neal, 23, DFS, FVOP Charles Williamson, 43, DFS, FVOP; MVOP Kelli F Hembrees, 30, Taltahas- see, MVOP Steven John Cloutier, 34, Westville, Trafficking meth; Posses- sion paraphemalia; Dealing stolen property; MVOP Garcia Gonzales, 23, INS Polino Ramirez, 21, INS Male, 17, Destin, Leaving scene accident; Aggravated battery Susan Cosson, 37, DFS, Other jurisdiction Toni Marie Wilson, 37, Freeport, Violation of injunction Pamela Lynn Ravenscroft, 53, Pensacola, DWSLR Paul Wilbanks Jr., 71, DFS, DU Longinos Lara Jr., 22, DFS, Leaving the scene with property damage Joshua Drake, 20, PC, DUI; FTA -Willie Foreman, 43, Domestic battery Nell A. Baker, 33, SRB, Domes- tic battery Terance D Campbell, 30, Mobile, Theft .jeremy Allan Simonds, 20, DFS, Reckless driving Maria Ciangy Moore, 50, FWB, DUI; DWLSR Mary Lamborn Bernake, 48, Destin, Disorderly intoxication Donald Wayne Harvey, 71, Greenville, SC, DUI .jimmie Leon Hardee, 44, DFS, Domestic battery "odis Ray Beaver, 57, Freeport, Battery Male, 13, DFS, Lewd and lascivi- ous under 12 Francisco Hernandez, 22, SRB, DWLSR Eric Mansell Kasner, 40, Destin, Domestic battery Everette Kasner, 42, Destin, Domestic battery; Resisting without violence Female, 14, DFS. Battery do- mestic Kathy Marie Platt, 44, DFS, DUI refusal =Kathy D. Phillips, 59, Destin, DUl William H Carpenter, 28, DFS, ceesc'e fe tOe.ro- :o chei; - DUI .....  "' ........................ " ! ....... ! ........  ............. " ' ..... : -Charles William Williams III, 30, and possession of drug para- DFS, Grand theft; Dealing stolen Chemicals needed for cook- pherna]ia. property; Possession drug parapher- nalia; trafficking meth Sarah Suzanne Bowlin, 23, FWB, Domestic battery Male, !7, DFS, Grand theft auto Kimberly J Sullivan, 43, Destin, DUl A ;nth child under 12 Misty Decker, 31, DFS, Theft Amanda R Dixon, 22, SRB, Pos- session of controlled substance Michael D Dixon, 24, SRB, Pos- session of controlled substance Lonnie William Stanley, 32, DFS, DWLSR MOST FOR YOUR MINUTES? ARE YOU GETTING THE Nat onwde Mutual Insurance Company Nationwide"