Two Pounds Of Cocaine Seized In Spring Hill, Deputies Say
SPRING HILL – More than two pounds of cocaine were seized Wednesday when deputies served a search warrant at 13347 LaCasita Ave., an affidavit states.
Undercover deputies say they also recovered a plastic bag, spoon and silver spoon, all covered with cocaine residue, in addition to the 2.2 pounds of cocaine.
Arrested in connection with the seizure are residents Harriet Sangvic, 40, and Carl Hodges, 45. Both are charged with trafficking in cocaine and possession of drug paraphernalia.
Woman Accused Of Molesting 3-Year-Old Girl
SPRING HILL – A Spring Hill woman was charged with lewd and lascivious molestation Thursday because deputies say she inappropriately touched a 3-year-old girl.
The alleged incidences occurred in December and the victim described for investigators what the suspect, Zara Moore, had done to her, according to an affidavit.
Moore, 35, of 10205 Lynnhaven Road, denied the allegations to authorities on Tuesday and said that the 3-year-old was “aggressive and curious” and had touched her instead, an affidavit states.
Grandma Discovers Pot Growing In Garage
SPRING HILL – A grandmother discovered 33 marijuana plants in her garage when she began searching for the source of her unusually high electric bill.
The homeowner of 6013 Parnell Ave., Anna Calleri, called authorities on Wednesday after finding what looked like some suspicious tomato plants in her garage. She suspected they belonged to her granddaughter’s husband, Jeffrey Brahony, who had moved in with his family six months ago.
A deputy arrived to investigate and confirmed that it was marijuana growing in the box. The deputy left and came back when Brahony and his wife were at home. Brahony claimed possession of the marijuana seeds in the garage, but claimed ignorance of the pot in the box, according to a report.
Brahony, 21, was arrested for possession of the seeds and on the way to jail he reportedly admitted to growing the pot. He was charged with cultivation of marijuana.
12-Year-Old Suspected Of Selling Marijuana
SPRING HILL – A 12-year-old Fox Chapel Middle School student was arrested Wednesday after he reportedly sold marijuana on campus.
An anonymous tip from students led deputies to pull a 7th-grader out of class and, after questioning, he handed over a plastic bag with marijuana. He named the student who sold it to him for $10 and was charged with misdemeanor possession of marijuana.
Deputies next talked with the alleged supplier, who told deputies he sold drugs in the locker room and that he had gotten the pot from his older brother. He was charged with felony possession of marijuana with intent to sell.