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Wanted for: Failure to Appear
On 04-23-19 just after 4:30 p.m., Hernando County Sheriff’s deputies were dispatched to a residence in Spring Hill regarding a Verbal Disturbance, domestic in nature. The address has been withheld as per FSS 119.071(4)(d)2.
Upon arrival, deputies met with the caller, an independent witness, who advised that husband and wife had been engaged in a heated verbal argument over domestic issues. At times during the argument the wife was observed pushing (battering) the husband.
It was also confirmed by two other persons in the home that the wife battered the husband during the verbal argument.
Deputies placed the wife (a Hernando County Sheriff’s Office Detention Deputy) under arrest for Domestic Battery. The name of the deputy has been withheld as per FSS 119.071(4)(d)2.
On 04-24-19, the Detention Deputy tendered her resignation, effective immediately.
The Office of Sheriff:
The Office of the Sheriff is established by the Florida Constitution. As a constitutional officer, the Sheriff has the exclusive authority to administer his or her agency and is responsible for preserving the peace throughout the entire county, carrying out the laws of the state, the orders of Florida courts, and the ordinances of the Board of County Commissioners. The Sheriff is the chief law enforcement and correctional officer of the county.
Sheriff Al Nienhuis was initially appointed as the Sheriff of Hernando County by the Governor in January of 2011. He was then elected by the people of Hernando County in 2012, and remains accountable to them.
US 98 / SR 50 entrance ramp onto northbound I-75 to be closed Monday night
Brooksville, FL — The US 98/SR 50 entrance ramp onto northbound I-75 will be closed from 9 p.m. Monday, April 22 to 6 a.m. Tuesday, April 23. If weather prevents the work that night, the closure could take place the same hours on Tuesday or Wednesday nights.
DETOUR: Enter southbound I-75 and use Exit 293 to CR 41 (Blanton Road).
Drivers will turn right at the end of the ramp onto CR 41, cross over I-75, then turn left and enter northbound I-75.
Southbound I-75 traffic pacing in Sumter and Hernando counties early Thursday morning
Brooksville, FL — Traffic is planned to be paced one time very slowly (about
15 MPH) by law enforcement officers on southbound I-75 from CR 476 (Exit 309) in Sumter County to one mile south of US 98/SR 50 (Exit 301) in Hernando County between 12:30 a.m. and 3:30 a.m. Thursday, April 18. The traffic pacing is estimated to last about 25 minutes. Motorists should plan about 30 extra minutes into their drive times through this area in case they pass through when the pacing operations are taking place.
Traffic entering southbound I-75 from the CR 476 (Exit 309) and US 98/SR 50 (Exit 301) interchanges, as well as the southbound rest area at mile marker 308, will not be able to enter until the front of the pacing operation has passed. Motorists can expect very slow traffic on southbound I-75 during the traffic pacing, which is being used to put southbound I-75 traffic in its permanent alignment about a mile south of SR 50 and open a third travel lane in that same area.
A motorist’s duty to yield to highway construction workers — 316.079
(1) Every driver of a vehicle shall yield the right-of-way to a pedestrian, worker, and flagperson engaged in maintenance or construction work on a highway whenever the driver is reasonably and lawfully notified of the presence of such worker by a flagperson and a warning sign or device.
(2) Every driver of a vehicle on public roadways shall yield the right-of-way to an escort vehicle or pedestrian flagperson that is engaged in the management of highway movements of an oversize vehicle permitted pursuant to s. 316.550, provided the driver is reasonably and lawfully notified of the presence of such vehicle or flagperson.
(3) A violation of this section is a moving violation with a fine of $164.00 and 3 points on your driver’s license.
At approximately 6:20 p.m., deputies, with assistance from the Hernando County Sheriff’s Office Civilian Mounted Unit, located Ms. Valdez-Jiminez in a wooded area in northern Hernando County (Brooksville).
When located, Ms. Valdez-Jiminez was in need of medical attention. She was treated on scene by Hernando County Fire Rescue then transported to a local hospital for advanced care.
Deputies have been on scene, in this and numerous other areas, searching for Ms. Valdez-Jiminez since before 11 a.m.
More than 20 law enforcement officers from the Hernando County Sheriff’s Office searched heavily wooded areas on foot, by air, on ATVs, in patrol vehicles, on horseback, and with the use of canines. The Pasco Sheriff’s Office also assisted in the search by providing a (bloodhound) K-9 team.
We thank our media partners and our community for sharing the information.
The Hernando County Sheriff’s Office is requesting assistance from our media partners and the community in locating a MISSING ENDANGERED ADULT.
Venessa Valdez-Jiminez was last seen on 04-05-19 between 8 and 8:15 a.m., dropping off children at Deltona Elementary School in Spring Hill.
Ms. Valdez-Jiminez made statements of self-harm prior to leaving and has not been seen or heard from since. Her vehicle, cell phone, and various belongings have been located by deputies in northeastern Brooksville.
Ms. Valdez-Jiminez’s physical description is as follows:
Date of Birth – 09-17-1976
Height – 5’5”
Weight – 160 lbs.
Hair – Brown (medium length)
Eyes – Brown
Last seen wearing – Bright yellow shirt and grey yoga pants.
If you have seen Venessa Valdez-Jiminez, or know her current whereabouts, please call the Hernando County Sheriff’s Office at 352-754-6830 or your local law enforcement agency.
If you have ever wished you could work from home, you will love these jobs. Each one allows you to earn money without leaving the house. This is terrific for anyone raising young children, taking care of an elderly parent, or simply looking for more freedom.
Providing child care is an exceptionally good job, especially if you have small children of your own at home. You will already have your home childproof, and there are plenty of toys on hand. Regulations vary from state to state, but you can expect to take safety courses in CPR and provide approved meals.
When people sign important legal documents, they often need to have their signature notarized. As a notary, you would verify that their signature is real and emboss the paper with a notary stamp. The amount of education needed depends on your state. You may also be asked to pass an exam before filling out the notary application florida and other states ask for.
Medical Manuscript Service
Every medical office needs people to transcribe medical manuscripts. You can learn to do this and become licensed online which is perfect for those that need to be at home. All of your work is done with a computer, and you can eventually find yourself bringing in a good amount of money.
If you know how to sew, you can make a fair amount of money doing alterations from home. Clothes rarely fit people right off of the rack. Hemming pants and skirts as well as altering formal wear will keep you very busy.
Any one of these jobs can be done from home, and they will bring in a good income if you are willing to put in the time and effort necessary for success. You will be able to set up your own hours, and it will be easier to fulfill other obligations than it would be with a traditional nine to five job.
One unavoidable fact of life is that each of us has a body we have to live in and maintain in as healthy a way as possible. Bodies come in all shapes and sizes, but the truth is that each of us has one, and ours can only stay healthy and functioning well if we take good care of it.
The Value of Body Maintenance
There’s been a huge movement in recent years towards more body and health consciousness in our society. The organic foods movement had its beginnings in the 1960s and 70s, and today it is flourishing thanks to popular markets like Whole Foods and Trader Joes, which offer a wide array of healthy and natural food choices geared towards keeping people in good health for the long term. Along with the movement towards eating a natural and balanced diet, keeping up a physical regime with exercises like Yoga and Pilates can also go a long way towards keeping a body functioning well for the long term.
There are times, of course, when a body needs some extra healing and tender loving care, which is why it’s wise to consult a center for physical therapy in Valrico, FL or another local area should aches and pains flare up. Though practicing stretching and a regular Yoga regime can keep muscles limber and strong, there are times when a pulled or injured muscle can flare up and need extra care.
A good chiropractic center can be a great resource for an active person who wants to get extra care for the lower back and tightness in any other muscles. The abdomen helps support the back, and a strong back keeps the whole body going, so taking care of these areas of the body is hugely important.
So, if you are looking into ramping up your personal fitness regime, consider taking up a Yoga and/or walking practice, and then finding a reliable chiropractic center to visit should any problems ever arise. Your body and you are worth it, so take good care of you.