Police Reports

The Florida Times Union, October 23, 1996 | Go to article overview

Police Reports


Following is a list of arrests and crimes reported by area

police departments .

JACKSONVILLE BEACH

Freddie Lee Green, 50, of Jacksonville Beach was arrested Oct.

15 in the 300 block of South 10th Street and charged with

selling a counterfeit controlled substance and possession of

drug paraphernalia.

A 1987 Chevrolet was reported stolen Oct. 15 from a home in the

first block of Norberta Way . Loss: $3,200.

Christine J. Tobias, 39, of Ponte Verda Beach was arrested

Friday in the 200 block of South Third Street and charged with

distribution of a controlled substance.

Matthew Justin Davis, 18, a transient, was arrested Friday in

the 1200 block of North First Street and charged with grand

theft and attempted grand theft. Davis is charged with stealing

a 1988 Ford valued at $1,500 and attempting to take another

vehicle.

Bernard McClendon, 48, a transient was arrested Thursday in the

500 block of Jacksonville Drive and charged with armed robbery.

According to a police report, McClendon drew a knife on a clerk

at Kmart in the 3700 block of South Third Street , then ran out

of the store with stolen merchandise.

A 1989 Ford van was reported stolen Friday from a business in

the 200 block of Sixth Avenue North . Loss: $10,000, including

clothing and tools in the vehicle.

Clifton Ray Good, 22, of Jacksonville Beach was arrested Friday

in the 500 block of Seventh Avenue South on charges of

purchasing cocaine and possession of marijuana.

Glenn Anthony Barrett, 33, of Jacksonville Beach was arrested

Saturday in the 100 block of First Avenue North on charges of

resisting an officer with violence and two counts of battery on

a law enforcement officer.

Lawrence Vanscoy, 38, of Jacksonville was arrested Saturday in

the 1200 block of North First Street on a charge of criminal

mischief. …

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