Newspaper article The Florida Times Union

Police Report

Newspaper article The Florida Times Union

Police Report

Article excerpt

Following is a list of arrests and crimes reported by

Beaches-area police departments.

JACKSONVILLE BEACH

A 23-year-old Jacksonville Beach woman reported an attempted

sexual battery May 23 after a man grabbed her and pulled her

behind a shed near San Pablo Elementary School in the 800 block

of 18th Avenue North. The man then fled on foot, according to a

police report.

A 45-year-old Jacksonville Beach woman reported Sunday that a

man in a black pick-up truck was naked while driving in the 100

block of First Avenue South.

Richard Scott Moore, 26, of Jacksonville Beach, was arrested

Monday in the 1300 block of North First Street and charged with

resisting arrest with violence, driving with a suspended

license, possession of marijuana, running a stop sign and

driving too fast for conditions.

Alvin Edwin Bess, 30, of Jacksonville, was arrested Monday in

the 200 block of North First Street and charged with strong-arm

robbery.

Arlo Bliss Haskell, 19, of Summerland Key, was arrested Monday

on the beach and charged with lewd and lascivious act in the

presence of a child. Haskell took his clothes off and walked

into the ocean.

Anthony J. Deharo, 28, of Ponte Vedra Beach, was arrested

Sunday in the 300 block of South Third Street on a warrant

charging him with aggravated battery. He was also charged with

possession of crack cocaine, according to a police report.

Marvis V. Lester, 44, of Jacksonville, was arrested May 24 at

Second Avenue South and South 16th Street on a warrant charging

him with writing worthless checks.

George Marvin Clarke Jr., 45, of Jacksonville, was arrested May

24 in the first block of Sixth Avenue South and charged with

breaking into a vehicle.

A 1995 Jeep Cherokee was reported stolen May 23 from the first

block of San Pablo Circle South. …

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