17th Annual YES Bowling Extravaganza

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The Hernando County Sheriff’s Charities, Inc., will be hosting the 17th Annual Youth Education Services (Y.E.S.) Bowling Extravaganza on Saturday, July 29, 2017. The event will take place at Spring Hill Lanes, located at 3447 Commercial Way in Spring Hill. Registration begins at noon; bowling will start at 1 p.m.

Hernando County Sheriff’s Youth Education Services (Y.E.S.) is under the umbrella of the Hernando County Sheriff’s Charities Inc., a 501c3 organization with the Federal ID # 16-1633755.

We hope you will participate in this fundraising event by bowling on a team, or as an individual bowler.

Lane sponsors and raffle prize donors are also needed. The names of all lane sponsors will be prominently displayed on commemorative t-shirts worn by the 150+ bowlers participating in the event. In order for lane sponsor names to be displayed on the t-shirts, monies must be received by Friday, June 30, 2017.

A printable registration form is also available on our website at –

http://www.hernandosheriff.org/pdfs/17THANNUALBOWLINGEXTRAVAGANZA.pdf

Proceeds from the bowling extravaganza will support the following programs:

• Sheriff’s Summer R.O.A.R. (Respect Others And YouRself) Day Camps
• Richard Buckingham Community Service Scholarship
• “In honor of Richard B. Nugent” Community Service Scholarship.

These programs are funded through contributions from citizens and local businesses. For additional information, please contact Annie-Laurie Austin in Community Relations at 352-797-3660.

Not the ‘Best’ Day for Hernando Beach Meth Dealer

On 07-06-17, detectives with the Hernando County Sheriff’s Office Vice and Narcotics Unit executed a narcotics search warrant in Hernando Beach in reference to trafficking in methamphetamine.

Not the Best Day for Hernando Beach Meth Dealer

The search warrant and arrest warrants are a result of a lengthy investigation that took place on a private boat that was docked along Calienta Street in Hernando Beach. The investigation began after the Sheriff’s Office received tips of drug activity occurring at the dock.

During the investigation, undercover detectives took part in purchasing trafficking amounts of methamphetamine from Lloyd Robert Best W/M DOB/04-04-1973.

During the execution of the search warrant on Calienta Street, detectives took Best into custody without incident. As a result of the search, detectives were able to locate methamphetamine, scales, and baggies utilized for the sale of methamphetamine and paraphernalia used to smoke methamphetamine.

The charges for Best are as follows:

– Sale and Possession of Methamphetamine
– Trafficking in Methamphetamine
– Unlawful use of a Two-Way Communication Device
– Possession of a Conveyance for the purpose of Trafficking Methamphetamine
– Possession of Drug Paraphernalia

Bond amount: $ 152,000.

Best is listed as being on Florida Inmate Release Status for a criminal history dating back to 1991 which includes:

– Sale and Delivery of Cocaine
– Grand Theft Auto
– Trafficking in Stolen Property
– Fraud and Forgery

Best was most recently released from prison in 2015 for Possession of Methamphetamine.

WANTED PERSON – Jeannie Grey

Jeannie Grey W/F DOB/11-18-1983
AKA – Jeannie Rampersaud and Jeannie Giordano

 WANTED PERSON - Jeannie Grey

  • Height –5’02”
  • Weight – 145
  • Hair – Brown
  • Eyes – Brown

One Warrant

  • Violation of Drug Offender Probation
  • Possession of Personal ID Information
  • No Bond.

If you know the whereabouts of this subject (or have any information), please call the Hernando County Sheriff’s Office at 352-754-6830. If you would like to remain anonymous or be eligible for a reward, please call Crime Stoppers at 1-866-990-TIPS (8477). To submit a tip on line, please visit

http://www.hernandocountycrimestoppers.com .

Suicide – Osowaw Boulevard

On 03-21-17 just after 10 a.m., Hernando County deputies were dispatched to the area of Osowaw Boulevard near Indian Bay Road. The area in question is in proximity to the Aripeka Community Club.

A caller reported observing a male lying on the side of the road with what appeared to be a gunshot wound to his upper body.

Upon arrival, deputies discovered the male was obviously deceased.

Investigation revealed the male suffered from a self-inflicted gunshot wound.

Detectives have contacted next of kin in Hudson, FL.

While the Hernando County Sheriff’s Office does not normally offer information on events such as this, we felt it important to let residents in the area know that there was no need for alarm, as there was no random act of violence in the area.

Sheriff Announces Termination for Policy Violations

A Hernando County deputy sheriff was recently terminated for policy violations.

Deputy Jeffrey Lamondra, a 10-year veteran of the agency was terminated on 03-20-17 for violating General Order 4058.00 Preliminary Investigations, General Order 2071.00 Computerized Records Security, and Policy Statement 1023.00 Code of Conduct.

An Internal Affairs Investigation revealed that Lamondra’s inactions during a call for service involving an elderly person are in complete conflict with the basic doctrines of public service. Deputy Lamondra brought significant embarrassment and discredit to the Hernando County Sheriff’s Office.

A summary of the investigation is available upon request.

WAGGITY WEDNESDAY 03-22-17

As you know, the Hernando County Sheriff’s Office supports responsible pet ownership. If you are contemplating a new pet, please put a considerable amount of thought and planning into that decision. Consider adopting/rescuing your next pet from a local shelter. Please be sure that all of your pets are spayed/neutered.

With that being said, we support the mission of Hernando County Animal Services to save animals and place them in responsible, loving, fur-ever homes. Today, in keeping with our policy of inter-agency cooperation, we are assisting them with posting their “Pet of the Week” in hopes of finding the pet a fur-ever home.

Waggity Wednesday 01-01-17

As you know, the Hernando County Sheriff’s Office supports responsible pet ownership. If you are contemplating a new pet, please put a considerable amount of thought and planning into that decision. Consider adopting/rescuing your next pet from a local shelter. Please be sure that all of your pets are spayed/neutered.

 

With that being said, we support the mission of Hernando County Animal Services to save animals and place them in responsible, loving, fur-ever homes. Today, in keeping with our policy of inter-agency cooperation, we are assisting them with posting their “Pet of the Week” in hopes of finding the pet a fur-ever home.

Hernando Animal Services would like to introduce some new faces! All of these dogs and cats (and a few more) are currently residing at the shelter at 19450 Oliver Street. These beautiful animals are just waiting for the right home and family!
Come and meet them in person! The shelter is open Tues – Fr from 9:30 – 4:30, Saturdays from 10:00 – 3.00.

Credit Card Fraud 12-20-16

Credit Card Fraud 12-20-16

Case Number: 2016-33735
Call LEO Contact(s)
1-352-754-6830
Alert Date: 12/20/2016
Business Name: Winn Dixie & Speedway
Location: Spring Hill

LEO Contact(s): Detective Junker
Short Description
Credit Card Fraud
Detailed Description
The subjects pictured below fraudulently used a credit card at Winn Dixie, 2240 Commercial Way, Spring Hill and at Speedway, 100 Mariner Bv., Spring Hill on Friday, 11/18/2016.

 

Waggity Wednesday 11-30-16

As you know, the Hernando County Sheriff’s Office supports responsible pet ownership. If you are contemplating a new pet, please put a considerable amount of thought and planning into that decision. Consider adopting/rescuing your next pet from a local shelter. Please be sure that all of your pets are spayed/neutered.

With that being said, we support the mission of Hernando County Animal Services to save animals and place them in responsible, loving, fur-ever homes. Today, in keeping with our policy of inter-agency cooperation, we are assisting them with posting their “Pet of the Week” in hopes of finding the pet a fur-ever home.

Tazz (shelter ID 10308866) is a senior. She was found as a stray on Barclay and Silverthorn Blvd in Spring Hill. This girl is very sweet but scared and confused at the shelter. She is quiet, there is no barking or jumping. Tazz just does not understand what happened, at one time there must have been a real home and a family in her life! Help us find Tazz a new family, a place where she can have a soft bed, company and security. This is the season of giving – why not provide a home for an animal in need? Tazz is waiting to get adopted from Hernando County Animal Services. The shelter is located at 19450 Oliver Street in Brooksville, behind the County Fairgrounds. Open Tuesday through Friday from 9:30 am – 4:30pm and Saturday from 10:00 am – 3:00 pm.Adoptions include spay/neuter, microchip, rabies vaccination and county license. Phone 352-796-5062 and email ac@hernandocounty.us or SFinch@co.hernando.fl.us

WANTED PERSON – Michael Alexander Tijerina

Michael Alexander Tijerina

Michael Alexander Tijerina

DOB : 06-01-1996

5’8” 125 Ibs

Spring Hill , FL

Please help us make Hernando County a safer place to live, work, and play.

If you know the whereabouts of this WANTED PERSON, notify Crime Stoppers at 1-866-990-TIPS (8477) or submit your tip via the internet at http://www.hernandosheriff.org/Tips . You will remain anonymous and also be eligible for a reward up to $1,000 cash!

Thank you.