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Jail Bookings Report: June 4 - 10

The following people were arrested in Gulfport between June 4 and June 10. The information is from Gulfport Police and the Pinellas County Sheriff's Office.

Monday, June 4

Joseph Vondenbosch, 18, of Gulfport, was arrested by Gulfport Police on the charge of battery (domestic), a misdemeanor.

Tuesday, June 5

Arthur M. Hayes, 24, of South Pasadena, was arrested by Gulfport Police on two charges of resisting arrest without violence, misdemeanors.

Steve Scott Tackette, 41, of St. Petersburg, was arrested by Gulfport Police on the charges of DUI, a felony and NVDL, a misdemeanor. Tackette was also arrested on the charge of FUG: TN Rutherford CITY #201011957 Non Support, a felony.

Wednesday, June 6

Erykah Berrian, 18, of St. Petersburg, was arrested by Gulfport Police on the charge of battery, a misdemeanor. Berrian posted $500 bail.

Thursday, June 7

Tajana Elizabeth Marshall, 24, of St. Petersburg, was arrested by Gulfport Police on the charge of driving while license suspended or revoked habitual traffic offender, a felony. Marshall posted $5,000 bail.

Friday, June 8

Linda Murray, 55, of Gulfport, was arrested by Gulfport Police on the charge of failure to appear dog on beach, a misdemeanor.

Saturday, June 9

Jennifer Sarah Ferrer, 31, of Gulfport, was arrested by Gulfport Police on the charge of felony child abuse. Bail is set at $5,000.

Theresa Jean Graham, 49, of Gulfport, was arrested by Gulfport Police on the charge of felony grand theft motor vehicle.

Sunday, June 10

Robert Lee Austin, 63, of St. Petersburg, was arrested by Gulfport Police on the charge of failure to appear inoperative motor vehicle, a misdemeanor.

Robert G. McCourt, 23, of Gulfport, was arrested by Gulfport Police on the charge of trespassing property other than structure/convey comm, a misdemeanor. Bail is set at $150.

Nancy Kelley June 11, 2012 at 11:07 AM
I sure would appreciate seeing some Burglary arrests.
Rose Marie KOPER June 11, 2012 at 03:25 PM
BURGLARY ABOUNDS HERE IN GULPORT AND THE POLICE NEVER CATCH THEM...
Jennifer June 11, 2012 at 06:08 PM
Meanwhile...ARRESTED for dog on a beach? What?!?
Nancy Kelley June 11, 2012 at 09:47 PM
We need more citizens to speak up about all the burglars. There are far too many and there seems to be an attitude of apathy regarding speaking out against the lack of arrests and solved cases. In my opinion if you want to attract new folks to town. Crack down on drugs and burglary. Festivals are fine but if no one wants to live in a high crime area. 2.8 sq miles.

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