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Jail Bookings Report: Nov. 1 - 10

The following people were arrested between November 1 and 10. The information is provided by the Gulfport Police Department and the Pinellas County Sheriff's Office.

November 1

Jamal Devontay Evans, 18, of St. Petersburg, was arrested on the charge of violation of probation for grand theft, a felony.

November 3

Daniel Patrick McClinton, 33, Gulfport, was arrested on the charges of assault of a law enforcement officer and disorderly intoxication, both misdemeanors. McClinton posted $250 bail.

November 4

Tiffany Marie Bergeron, 24, of Gulfport, was arrested on the charges of domestic battery, a misdemeanor.

James Nickolas Hall, 39, of Gulfport, was arrested on the charge of disorderly intoxication, a misdemeanor. Hall posted $100 bail.

November 5

Cheryl Ann Meehan, 50, of Gulfport, was arrested on the charge of city ordinance: minimum housing.

James F. Wilson, 56, of Gulfport, was arrested on the charge of city ordinance: minimum housing.

November 6

Christina Charlene Huckaby, 42, of Gulfport, was arrested on the charge of violation of probation on the charge of prostitution, a felony.

November 8

David Anthony Buist, 29, of Gulfport, was arrested on the following charges:

  • Failure to appear on a charge of sale of marijuana, a felony
  • Failure to appear on a charge of possession of marijuana, a misdemeanor
  • Failure to appear onĀ  a charge of sale of marijuana, a felony
  • Failure to appear on a charge of possession of marijuana, a misdemeanor

Justin Jarrod Diggs, 19, of St. Petersburg, was arrested on the charge of possession of cocain, a felony. Diggs posted $2,000 bail.

November 9

Andrew William Marks, 23, of St. Petersburg, was arrested on the charge of burglary- dwelling unoccupied, a felony. Bail is set at $10,000.

Cheryl Ann Meehan, 50, of Gulfport, was arrested on the charge of minimum housing.

Dharma November 16, 2012 at 03:51 PM
anyone know what minimum housing? i mean what kind of charge it that anyone know?
CJ November 16, 2012 at 04:34 PM
I was wondering the same thing...I googled it and nothing clear came up..it sounds like being homeless?
Kim Morrissey November 16, 2012 at 06:07 PM
There is a whole set of "minimum housing standards" in the city ordinances, things like there must be heat in 2/3 of the rooms of a house, there must be a window to the outside in all rooms, there are electrical & appliance paragraphs, etc. But I have no idea what would cause someone to be arrested unless maybe they were living in a house that has been condemned. Or renting to someone without complying with minimum housing standards.

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