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Jail Bookings Report: Sept. 5 - 11

The following people were arrested in Gulfport between September 5 - 11. The information is from Gulfport Police and the Pinellas County Sheriff's Office.

September 5

Michael Brian Caprilozzi, 45, of Gulfport, was arrested by Gulfport Police on the charge of grand theft, a felony.

Domaine Chandon Roberts, 29, of St. Petersburg, was arrested by Gulfport Police on the charge of no valid drivers license, a misdemeanor.

James Alonzo Shelley, 29, of St. Petersburg, was arrested by Gulfport Police on the charge of fleeing and eluding a police officer and vop possesion of marijuana with intentt to sell/manufacture/deliver, both felonies. Bail is set at $10,000 for the first charge.

September 6

Scott Andrew Miller, 38, of St. Petersburg, was arrested by Gulfport Police on the charges of battery domestic, a misdemeanor, burglary-dwelling occupied, a felony and tampering with state witness, a felony. Miller posted $20,000 bail for all three charges.

September 8

Matthew David Eddings, 39, of Gulfport, was arrested by Gulfport Police on the charge of trespass-structure/convey after warning, a misdemeanor. Bail is set at $150.

Scott Andrew Miller, 38, of St. Petersburg, was arrested by Gulfport Police on the charges of battery, a misdemeanor, tampering with state witness, a felony, burglary-dwelling occupied, a felony, harassing a witness, a felony and violation of pretrial release, a misdemeanor. Bail is set at $30,000 for three of the charges.

September 9

Ralph Randolph Elmore, 44, of Pinellas Park, was arrested by Gulfport Police on the charge of DUI, a misdemeanor. Elmore posted $500 bail.

September 10

David Scott Lagodny, 47, of Gulfport, was arrested by Gulfport Police on the charges of FTA Improper Tag and FTA DWLSR, both misdemeanors.

David Scott Lagodny, 47, of St. Petersburg, was arrested by Gulfport Police on the charge of trespass in structure or conveyance, a misdemeanor.

September 11

Gregory Dean Webb, 24, of St. Petersburg, was arrested by Gulfport Police on the charge of battery upon a spouse, a misdemeanor. Webb posted $1,000 bail.

Lynda September 17, 2012 at 04:00 PM
The ages of those listed in this Jail Bookings Report are surprising in some ways. One often thinks of local crime being committed by those under 30 who simply haven't learned not to drink and drive or who impulsively break into a car or a house or damage property. I guess I just don't think of the people who live in my community as being career criminals. The ages probably say alot about the success of prison rehabilitation programs (in there are any in Florida) too.

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