Hernando County Booking Info for November 24, 2014

For more information search here:
http://www.hernandosheriff.org/jail/Applications/JailSearch

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DO NOT RELY on this information for legal purposes or to determine a person’s criminal record. This is simply the booking information for the Hernando County Detention Center. It does not reflect whether a person is innocent or guilty of the charges against them. Please contact the Clerk of the Circuit Court to obtain the final disposition of criminal charges.

 

Man Arrives Home to Find Girlfriend Being Attacked

RossonJames Rosson was charged with battery and burglary of a dwelling on November 24, 2014 after he barged into a woman’s home and choked her. The woman told deputies that she was awakened by a loud banging on the front door and when she opened it Rosson, known to her as “Imee,” barged in and said he was looking for her boyfriend who owed him money. According to the police report, Rosson began pushing her around and placed her in a chokehold. The victim’s boyfriend arrived home during the altercation and found the front door of the residence open and heard his girlfriend screaming for help. He ran inside and found Rosson holding the woman against the kitchen counter, choking her. As he approached, Rosson let go of the victim and hit her boyfriend in the chest. Her boyfriend then knocked Rosson to the ground and Rosson left the residence. Deputies found Rosson on his bicycle in the area of Lamson Avenue and Tillery Road. Rosson advised that he went to the residence to collect $60 and he had gotten into an altercation. The woman suffered a bump on the left side of her head, abrasions on her right elbow, and redness on the front of her neck. Rosson is being held on a $25,500 bond.

Woman Attacks Boyfriend With Baseball Bat

MoralesDonna Morales was charged with domestic aggravated battery on November 23rd after she attacked her boyfriend with a baseball bat. According to the Brooksville Police Department, Morales and her live-in boyfriend were traveling north on U.S 41 when they got into a verbal argument. She pulled her vehicle into the parking lot at 7272 Broad Street and told her boyfriend to get out but he refused so she exited the truck and retrieved a baseball bat from the bed. Morales opened the passenger door and screamed at her boyfriend to get out then struck him twice with the bat. The incident was witnessed by two people in the parking lot who called law enforcement. Morales boyfriend sustained only minor injuries from the battery

Suspected Serial Rapist Who Pretends to be Cop Arrested

handcuffsPasco Sheriff’s detectives have arrested a man possibly linked to three unsolved rapes from 2013 and to a rape that occurred this week. The suspect would use a fake badge pretending to be a police officer when targeting his victims. Detectives believe there could be other victims out there and this is an ongoing investigation. Anyone with information is asked to contact the Pasco County Sheriff’s Office immediately.

Per the Hernando County Sheriff’s Office: In the event you are being pulled over by an UNMARKED vehicle and you feel uncomfortable do not speed away. Instead proceed at or below the posted speed limit and call 9-1-1 immediately if you have a cell phone available to advise them of your exact location and that an unmarked vehicle is attempting to pull you over. The dispatcher will then validate the authenticity of the traffic stop. If you do not have a cell phone, please proceed to a well lit and/or populated area before pulling over. Again, do not speed, but proceed at or below the posted speed limit. In the event that you do pull over:

  • only roll your window down approximately two inches in order to engage in conversation and ask to see an officer’s/deputy’s credentials.
  • never change locations at the request of the law enforcement officer. A legitimate law enforcement officer will not ask or direct you to do this.
  • do not give your personal information/identification to anyone unless you are certain they are a certified/bona fide law enforcement officer.
  • do NOT step out of the safety of your vehicle if you are uncertain of the person’s identity who has pulled you over.
  • obtain a good vehicle description and/or tag number (without putting yourself in danger to do so). Remember cell phones have cameras!

Hernando County Booking Info for November 18, 2014

For more information search here:
http://www.hernandosheriff.org/jail/Applications/JailSearch

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DO NOT RELY on this information for legal purposes or to determine a person’s criminal record. This is simply the booking information for the Hernando County Detention Center. It does not reflect whether a person is innocent or guilty of the charges against them. Please contact the Clerk of the Circuit Court to obtain the final disposition of criminal charges.