Pasco Deputies Involved In Shooting Of Armed Intruder

Pasco Sheriff’s Office deputies were involved in the shooting of an Picture1armed intruder Monday evening in Port Richey. A 911 call was placed at 6:13 p.m. requesting help due to a person attempting to break into an occupied home on Hickory Hill Drive. When deputies arrived, Frank Thomas Rogers, 56, was in front of the home holding a rifle. Rogers was ordered to put the rifle down numerous times, but refused. After he pointed the weapon at deputies, deputies fired several shots, striking Thomas. He was transported to a local hospital for treatment of his gunshot wounds. Rogers is charged with armed burglary, aggravated assault and two counts of aggravated assault on a law enforcement officer.

Man Stabbed In Head With Pointed Glass Breaker

Deputies responded to 21321 Canal Drive Friday, after reports of a ShowThumb (10)physical altercation. According to reports, 37-year-old Kenneth Sparks was in a verbal argument with the victim, 18 year old Austin Carhart, when Sparks struck the victim in the back of the head with the point of a glass breaker, which was attached to a four inch folding pocket knife. The point of the glass breaker caused an approximate quarter inch puncture wound to the back Continue reading

Trespassing Woman Batters Deputies

CunninghamRIDGE MANOR, FL – Lindsay Cunningham was arrested on July 4, 2015 after she returned to a house on Cortez Boulevard that she had been trespassed from a few day before. When deputies arrived, Cunningham was located on the property hiding in a wooded area on the east side of the residence. While deputies were speaking with her she jumped up and ran to the southwest corner of the residence and began banging on the window. She then ran onto the covered front porch and began beating on the front door. When the deputies attempted to take Cunningham into custody she became combative and kicked two deputies in the upper thigh. Once she was placed in restraints she attempted to kick the windows out of the patrol car several times. She was charged with two counts of battery on a law enforcement officer, two counts resisting with violence, and trespassing of an occupied structure. Bond was set at $21,000.

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Intoxicated Woman Batters Firefighter & Kicks Out Patrol Car Window

SchoolcraftBROOKSVILLE, FL – Lesley Schoolcraft was arrested for disorderly intoxication on Saturday, July 4th after deputies were dispatched for a verbal disturbance at the Hampton Inn located at 30301 Cortez Boulevard. According to an arrest report, Schoolcraft was under the influence of alcohol and refused to produce ID. She attempted to resist deputies while being escorted to the patrol car and begin to kick the rear window once they got her inside the vehicle. Deputies used O.C. spray at one point to get control of Schoolcraft and while being transported to the jail she appeared to be in respiratory distress to they stopped and requested EMS. Prior to EMS arrival, Schoolcraft regained consciousness and did not appear to be in distress anymore but she was still transported to Bayfront Health-Brooksville. While on the stretcher in the back of the ambulance, Schoolcraft scratched one of the firefighters on his forearm causing multiple skin tears that were bleeding. While en-route to the county jail, after being medically cleared from the hospital, she began to kick the back window of the patrol car again and dislodged it from the door frame. She was booked for battery on a firefighter, criminal mischief, resisting an officer without violence (x2), and disorderly intoxication. Due to the defendant being on active felony probation, she was also charged with violation of probation.

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Intoxicated Woman Hits Car in Drive-Thru, Flees, Then Returns Moments Later

1SPRING HILL, FL – Deputies were called out to the Wendy’s restaurant located at 14339 Spring Hill Drive on July 4th after Catherine Langone struck the vehicle that was ahead of her in the drive-thru line. The passenger of the vehicle that was hit exited to look for damage and questioned Langone about possibly being drunk. Langone left the parking left after being confronted but returned a few minutes later. The driver of the vehicle Langone had hit saw her get back in the drive-thru line just before police arrived on scene. Langone admitted to the deputy that she had been drinking wine. An arrest report noted that Langone had bloodshot/watery eyes and an odor of alcohol on her breath. A battery of sobriety exercises indicated she was impaired and she was arrested. Thankfully nobody was injured.

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