On March 10, 2014 a pregnant woman drove to a house on Giles Avenue in Spring Hill to confront the father of her child about some issue and the argument turned physical. During the altercation, two independent witnesses watched Marissa Daluz repeatedly push Cordell Cross and saw Cross utilizing a stun gun to shock Daluz in the back numerous times, as she tried to run away from him. Deputies located a Lava Stun gun on Cross and he advised that he is convicted felon. Both Daluz and Cross denied that the offense occurred and Cross acknowledged that he knew Daluz was pregnant with his child. However, both were arrested and are being held without bond. Marissa Daluz was charged with domestic battery. Cordell Cross was charged with aggravated battery and possession of a firearm by a felon.
A woman and her family were nearly murder victims yesterday. Just before 7:30 p.m. on March 10, 2014, Hernando County deputies responded to 4284 Dristol Avenue in Spring Hill regarding a Weapons Disturbance with shots fired at several individuals. Upon arrival, deputies met with the victim who advised that earlier in the day, she had been engaged in a very heated verbal dispute with Alexandra Clubb at another location in Spring Hill. Both women have children with the same man and it was suggested to deputies that this may have been the reason for the dispute earlier. Later, while standing in front of a neighbor’s residence, the victim observed Clubb’s vehicle slowly driving by several times. As the vehicle was passing, she observed Clubb pointing to her residence and as the vehicle passed one final time, the victim called for her father to come outside. The woman, her father, and her two small children, were standing outside of the residence when the driver’s window of the car rolled down. The driver attempted to conceal his face with a cloth, raised a firearm, and pointed it in her direction. She then heard three or four shots being fired and sought cover as the vehicle sped away.
When deputies located the vehicle in question, the driver fled. Deputies located the vehicle a short time later on Stillwater Avenue, where the original verbal dispute began earlier in the day. The driver, Anthony Rivera, was taken into custody. The passenger, Alexandra Clubb, was detained by deputies. As the suspects were being removed from the vehicle, a spent shell casing from a small caliber revolver was observed between the windshield and the dashboard. Post Miranda, Rivera denied any involvement and invoked his right to counsel. Post Miranda, Clubb made numerous admissions regarding her possible involvement and stated that Grenier most likely said something to Rivera to “make him infuriated.” 21 year old Anthony Rivera was charged with Attempted 2nd Degree Murder, Fleeing/Eluding, and driving on a suspended license. His bond was set at $15,500. 23 year old Alexandra Clubb was charged with Principle to Attempted 2nd Degree Murder and given a $10,000 bond. The investigation continues. Note: The father of the children is not the same man who has been arrested.
The Brooksville Police Department Patrol Division responded to the area of Publix in Brooksville on March 8th in reference to suspicious female asking where to purchase narcotics. While speaking with Courtney Rivas in the parking lot an officer observed a glass smoking pipe in her jacket pocket. When Rivas was asked about the pipe she confessed to using it to smoke “Spice”. Rivas was detained for drug paraphernalia and during a search of her person a pill bottle was located which contained several pills of Clonazepam and Hydrocodone. Rivas was also carrying a backpack which contained several syringes and spoons with burn marks which she stated she used to ingest Heroin. Also located in the backpack was a package labeled “Diablo”, the contents of the package field tested positive for synthetic cannabis. Rivas was charged with three counts of possession of a controlled substance and possession of drug paraphernalia. She was held at the Hernando County Jail under a $6,500.00 total bond. Possession of a controlled substance (3 counts) Possession of drug paraphernalia
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Timothy and Dianna Kasulattis’ sixteen year marriage hit a rough patch on March 9th when a verbal dispute turned physical and ended with both of them being arrested. After spending the afternoon drinking at a local bar they were driven home where they became involved in a verbal dispute that escalated into the Dianna pushing Timothy into a fish tank causing him to then fall to the ground. She then stood over him with a balled fist threatened to break his nose but he grabbed her and pulled her to the ground and began choking her. Sergeant Hillman arrived on scene first and saw Timothy sitting on top of the Dianna, choking her to the point that she could not breathe. Sergeant Hillman gave several commands for the man to get off of his wife and when he failed to comply Timothy was tasered. After being placed under arrested for felony domestic battery strangulation Timothy advised Deputies that he was intoxicated and blacked out so he was unsure what happened. Dianna advised “I was the aggressor not him, take me to jail” and was charged with domestic battery. Both are being held without bond.