• At 5:56 p.m., Sunday, Oct. 24, an officer observed a silver 2008 Honda Fit traveling east on Parkside Drive at North Campbell Station Road displaying an expired Florida license plate. A traffic stop was conducted and contact was made with the operator, who did not provide her license, registration or proof of insurance.
Eventual arrestee said her license must have been in her other purse and her registration may be in storage in Florida. “I asked if it could be in the glove compartment, which Dawn stated it was not without attempting to check,” the report further stated. Dawn was looking through her purse for her license before setting the purse on the driver’s floorboard.
A K9 Officer responded to the scene and conducted a plain-air sniff of the vehicle utilizing K9 Manny. Manny gave a positive alert for the odor of narcotics on the rear driver’s side bumper. A probable cause search of the vehicle was conducted. Inside the purse, a glass bottle containing suspected crystal meth was located inside an Ibuprofen bottle. “I was unable to weigh the crystal meth outside of the container. However, the total weight of the crystal meth and container was 7.0 grams,” the report stated.
Throughout the vehicle, multiple glass and plastic smoking devices were located consistent with narcotics use. A small amount of marijuana and THC wax “Dabs” also were located and properly disposed. After the officer explained Miranda rights to arrestee, who stated she understood her rights, she also said, without prompt, the suspected crystal meth was not her’s. Arrestee was taken into custody and transported to the detention facility.
• At 6:49 p.m., Oct. 24, an officer spoke with a motorist, who said while he was driving on Fox Road, a vehicle driving in the opposing lane of travel hit his driver’s side mirror. Victim said it was a “black 3500,” but that was all the vehicular information he could give.
Victim said he knew he was not driving with his mirrors fully extended and that when the unknown vehicle struck his mirror, glass went all through his open window into his truck and onto him. Victim said he pulled over to the side of the road and waited for the other vehicle, but the other vehicle kept driving. Total value of damage was listed at $700.
• At 8:12 a.m., Friday, Oct. 22, a complainant called KCSO Teleserve Unit to report a theft from a Painted Turtle Lane residence. Complainant advised the incident occurred between the listed dates and times while awaiting to be put of the roof. He advised the listed items were on pallets outside when an unknown suspect took the listed items without permission.
The Painted Turtle Lane is part of the new developing subdivision and in CAD had to be listed as a Turkey Creek Road address. Total value of loss was listed at $2,500 — with $2,200 of that shingles.