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March 4, 2010
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PAGE IO-A Information sought in battery The DeFuniak Springs Police Department is seek- ing information regarding a case of battery/robbery that occurred in DeFuniak Springs on Monday, Jan. 18, at around 4 p.m. The victims were able to describe "the suspects as two black males, approximately 16 - 18 years of age, approximately 5 feet 8 inches to 5 feet 10 inches in height. One of the suspects was described as wearing a black short sleeve t-shirt, MANHUNT CONTINUED FROM PAGE 1-A charges include grand theft auto, fleeing and attempting to elude, criminal mischief, and reckless driving. In Washington County, Howard will face fleeing and attempting to elude along with criminal mischief. The Department of Environ- mental Protection officer who made the initial stop is charging him with reckless driving, escape, and petit theft. Paramore is currently at the Walton County Jail where she faces resisting arrest, battery on a law en- forcement officer, possession of meth, possession of para- phernalia, and trafficking in Lortabs. Crime Stoppers seeks fugitive suspects of Walton County Inc, Crime Stoppers of Wal- ton County, Inc. is currently looking for information on the following fugitives who are wanted as of March 1, 2010. Crime Stoppers will pay a reward 0fup to $1,000 for information leading to their arrest; the information must be reported through the tip hne to be ehgible for the reward, arid callers must remember the code number to pick up the reward. Billy Wayne Gomilhon is wanted for felony violation of probation on the original Charges of uttering a forged instrument. Gomillion, 38, is a white male, 6 feet tall, 168 pounds with brown hair and brown eyes. His last known address is 205 Reeves Street, Niceville, FL. Emmanuel Uribe Mar- tinez is wanted for felony violation of probation on the original charges of resisting an officer with violence and loitering or prowling. Marti- nez, 26, is a Hispanic male, 5 feet 7 inches tall, 155 pounds with black hair and broWn eyes. His last known address is 150 Seminole Drive, DeFuniak Springs, FL. Matthew Turner Mauro is wanted for felony violation of probation on the original charges of grand theft auto. Turner, 38, is a white male, 6 feet tall, 200 pounds with brown hair and brown eyes. THE DeFUNIAK SPRINGS HERALD BREEZE, THURSDAY, MARCH 4, 2010 :i %:: '::,: ", red baggy shorts and brown] tan leather boots. The other suspect wore a red flat bill ball cap, white t-shirt, baggy blue jeans with white bleach spots on the knee area, and blue and white high top bas- ketball shoes. Tattoos: Suspect No. 1 had "Love. is" on the left arm and "Pain" on the right arm. Suspect No. 2 had "Get Money or Die Trying" on the left arm; he also had one gold tooth. Anyone with information on this or any crime, stolen property or illegal narcot- ics is asked to call Crime Stoppers at 1-866-718-TIPS (8477) or their local law en- forcement agency. Callers do not have to give their' name or appear in court and could be eligible for a cash reward of up to $1,000. His last known address is  1----- 1-1 0 lm e s 1124 Silver Beach Road, Daytona, FL. Anyone with any infer- mation on these fugitives is asked to call Crime Stoppers at 1-866-718-TIPS (8477) or their local law enforcement. Callers do not have to give their name or appear in court and could be ehgible for a cash reward of up to $1,000. Crime Stoppers supports local law enforcement agen- cies including: DeFuniak Springs Pohce Department, Walton County Sheriffs Of- rice, and the Florida Depart- ment of Corrections Proba- tion and Parole Services. County Sheriff seeks fugitives The Holmes County Sher- iffs Office is asking for as- sistance from the public in locating two fugitives: Sandra Lee Fowler, 29, is wanted in Holmes County for burglary and theft. Her last known whereabouts was in northern Holmes County. Randy Jim Gipson, 35, is wanted for question- ing in several Holmes Coun- ty burglaries. He is also wanted in Houston County, Ala., on felony warrants for drug possessign. Anyone with information concern- ing the location of these fu- git£ces :isked 'to cill the' Holmes Co’nty Sheriffs Of- fice at (850) 547-3681. Citi- zens may also call Crimes Stoppers of Holmes County at 866-689-8477. Callers do not have to giv e their name and may be entitled to a cash reward of up to $1,000. .... i GOMILLION MARTINEZ MA URO ............................................................................................... L ....................................................... • Jordan Ashley Butler, 20, Westville, Possession of drug paraphernaha, • Ricky Gene Canull, 25, DFS, Possession of meth- amphetamine, poss. of drug paraphernaha, • Aaron Michael Miller, 28, DFS, Possession of para- phernalia, • Ashley Nichole Carpen- ter, 25, PDL, Possession of drug paraphernalia, poss. of harmful new legend drug w/o prescription, • Elizabeth Kohaus Ire- ton, 23, DFS, DUI, resisting officer w/violence, • Steven Lee Layton, 24, Key West, Obstruction by disguise, • Jose Luis Ruiz-Gil, 19, DFS, Operating motor ve- hicle w/o DL, • Leonard Martez Gold: smith, 23, DFS, MVOP, • Maranda Peterson, 25, Address not given, Retail theft, • Eric Phelps, 20, Ad- dress not given, Attached tag not assigned, • Aerial Forester, 18, Ad- dress not given, DWLSR. DeFuniak Springs Police arrested the following peo- ple during the week ending Feb. 28, 2010: • Nell A. Baker, 40, SRB, Trafficking in methadone, possession of drug para- phernaha, • Natasha Kendal Pas- coe, 22, SRB, Possession of drug paraphernalia, poss. of methadone, • Emanuale Trancinto Teck, 49, DFS, Possession of controlled substance -20 grams, L JAMES LOUIS SWAN- SON, am on probation for theft of utilities. i Where the Herald Are You? Mr. Odie Slay came into our front office a few weeks ago to renew his subscription for another two years. When Slay came in, we thought we heard him say he received the pa- per in Germany during the war, but it was a few years af- ter the war, from 1951- 1954, when he was stationed and received the Herald/Breeze in Germany, Slay told us. Sorry we heard you wrong Odie, we were a few offices down the hall when you came in. Slay was a great sport and gave us a little, more information on the time he spent overseas. "The only battle I ever had in Germany was fighting another American solder over a German girl. I lost the battle, and the girl too." Sorry to hear that Odie, but you are still the very first person chosen to represent the new, "Where the Herald Are You?" feature. This feature is meant to high- fight our readers across the country and to show our appre- ciation for them. where the Herald Are You? Email a photo of yourself, a friend or loved one reading the Herald/Beach Breeze. Send it to heraldbreeze@gmail.com or look us up on our,Facebook site under our name and post one there. One winner every few weeks gets in tile print edition and is mailed out across the country. Phone Discounts Available to CenturyLink customers With Link-Up America and' Lifeline Assistance Programs, qualified low-income telephone customers can save money on installation charges and the monthly rate for basic local residential service. This includes access to long distance carriers, Emergency Services, Operator Services, Directory Assistance and Toll Blocking. Link-Up America is a federally-sponsored program that provides discounted service installation charges to qualifying low-income customers. It provides a 50 percent discount, up to a maximum of $30 for new residential installation charges for telephone service. The balance of the installation charges can be paid,-interest free, over a 12 month period. In addition, the monthly, seice charge for toll restriction will be waived for customers requesting or required to have the service. Lifeline Assistance is another federally-sponsored program for low-income customers. It provides a discount to the monthly charge for basic residential telephone service. Lifeline Assistance Program rates have been reduced and guidelines have been changed to allow for more low-income customers. To qualify for both programs, customers may enroll in the CenturyLink Lifeline program b); providing verification that they meet state low-income eligibility requirements. In addition, Tribal Telephone Assistance is available for those living on federally- recognized American Indian Tribal lands. If you live in a CenturyLink service area, please call 1-800-366-820i or visit www.centurylink.com/lifeline with questions or to request an application for the Lifeline/Link-Up programs. lifeline NON-SAU CenturyLink TM www.centurylink.c0m Walton County Sheriffs Deputies arrested the fol- lowing people during the week ending Feb. 28, 2010: • Lashelle E. Larson, 42, Panama City Beach, War- rant (Washington Co.), • B.R.H., 17, DFS, Theft $3OO- 5,OOO, • Michael Paul Kujat, 29, Freeport, Warrant (Santa Rosa Co.), possession of con- trolled substance w/o pre- scription, • Joan Harrison Day, 50, Panama City Beach, DUI, • Connie Lynn Cum- mings, 32, DFS, Criminal mischief $1,000 or more, criminal mischief under $200, resisting w/o violence, • Charlton Paige Denni- son 27, Baton Rouge, DUI, driving w/expired DL, • Lawrence Marquis Peacock, 24, Tallahassee, DWLSR, • Robert Lynn Thompson, 29, Springfield, Mo., Grand theft 3rd degree, • Irene Hager Hinote, 46, DFS) Sale of methamphet- amine, • JamieMarie Griggy, 28, Freeport, DWLSR, • Oscar Bernett Stuart, 64, DFS, Unarmed burglary unoccupied dwelling, pe- tit larceny, larceny $300 - 5,000, • Rebecca Joe Kendrick, 41, DFS, Unarmed burglary unoccupied dwelling, pe- tit larceny, larceny $300 - 5,000, • Johnathon William McPhail, 49, St. Rose, La,, DWLSR, possession of con- trolled substance w/o pre- scription - 20 grams, giving false I.D. to LEO, • Ashley Jean Dunning, 21, Hammond, La., Posses- sion of controlled substance w/o prescription - 20 grams, • Dewey Thompson, 49, Westville, Failure to report name or address change, child support, • Dean Louise Leavins, 25, Westville, Criminal at- tempt to solicit/conspire capital felony, possession of hsted chemical, use of two- way device to facilitate felo- ny, .' • Kenneth Roger Stew- art, 26, Pensacola, Warrant (Escambia Co.), • Jessica Donielle Par- amore, 26, Troy, Battery on officer, firefighter, etc. w/ violence, possession of con- trolled substance w/o pre- scription, 4 grams to under 30 kilograms, • Richie Clayton Hall, 28, DFS, FVOP, • James Daniel Watson, 25, Fort Gordon, Ga., FTA, • Aaron Thaddeus Turn- er; 32, DFS, VOP, • Michael Wade Moore, 44, SRB, Battery touch or strike domestic, FVOP, • Steve Douglas Wutke, 52, DFS, Battery touch or strike, • Amanda Ann Mixon, 28, DFS, Concealing infor- mation to obtain prescrip- tion, • James Rushton Bishop, 57, Seagrove Beach, DUI. The Walton Board of County Commissioners is sponsoring a project to collect, recycle, treat, and propedy dispose of these and other household hazardous wastes: PESTICIDES - USED OIL o STALE GASOLINE - SOLVENTS - FERTILIZERS * PAINT - PAINT THINNERS o PAINT STRIPPERS ° BATTERIES - FURNITURE POLISH - BRAKE FLUID - ENGINE DEGREASERS o ANTI-FREEZE- POOL'CHEMICALS - INSECTICIDES - SPOT REMOVERS Waste tire amnesty will also be held on the same date, during the same hours and locations. Walton County residents may bring up to 12 tires per residence. Collection Date: Saturday, March 6, from 8 AM to 12 PM Locations: Walton County Fa!rgrounda, Highway 83 North (gth Avenue), DeFunlak Springs South Walton Momqulto Control Office, County Road 393, Santa Rosa Beach • No gas cylinders or explosives, please • Due to hazardous nature of certain components in home computers, we will be accepting old computer hardware Including processors, monitors, keyboards, printers, scanners, etc. I Conditionally Exempt Small Quantity Generators (small businesses, schools, growers, etc.) will be accepted st a reduced rate. For mdre information or to schedule a drop off time, contact the Landfill Department at 892-8180