Leon County Booking Report: Oct. 6, 2021
TALLAHASSEE, Fla. (WCTV) - Below is a PDF file containing all bookings at the Leon County Detention Facility from Oct. 5, 2021.
You can view the booking report below or at this link.
DISCLAIMER: The arrest records that are available through this website are public information. Any indication of an arrest does not mean the individual identified has been convicted of a crime. All persons arrested are innocent until proven guilty in a court of law.
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The Florida Department of Law Enforcement provides crime statistics for Leon County. Its records show that there was a total of 9,936 arrests in the county in 2017, the most recent year with a complete record. This figure represents a 9.6% year-on-year jump in arrest rates compared to 2016. The overall crime rate in Leon County declined by 15.1% in 2017 compared to 2016. In this period, violent crime rate dropped by 10.3% while property crime rate experienced a 15.8% reduction.
A breakdown of crime data for Leon County shows that there were 22 murders, 242 rapes, 382 robberies, 1,251 aggravated assaults, 1,956 burglaries, 9,096 larcenies, and 877 motor vehicle thefts. Compared to 2016 figures, there were lower incidences of all of these crimes except murder. While murder rate rose by 83.3%, rape, robbery, aggravated assault, burglary, larceny, and motor vehicle theft rates declined by 6.2%, 16.2%, 9.7%, 31%, 9.5%, and 31.2% respectively.
Check the website of the Florida Department of Law Enforcement to find a list sex offenders in Leon County. The search tool pulls information from the state’s sexual offenders and predators registry and allows visitors to search for sex offenders by name and neighborhood.
To find specific inmates in any of the jails in Leon County, use the inmate search tool on the website of the county’s Sheriff’s Office. This lookup tool allows the public to search for inmates by name.
The Clerk of the Circuit Court and Comptroller keeps court records for Leon County. The Clerk’s website has a search tool for accessing publicly available records. These include complete case information for cases tried in criminal, civil, and traffic courts. Using this online service requires users to register for Secure Web access. Registered users can access and print copies of court documents at home and free of charge.
The Clerk of the Circuit Court and Comptroller also accepts in-person requests and provides up to nine documents and 20 pages per user free of charge. Requests requiring more copies are directed to the Secure Web search portal. Alternatively, enquirers can call the Clerk’s office at (850) 606-4000 to ask about payment plans for the number of documents/copies they wish to obtain. For further questions, send an email to the Clerk of the Circuit Court and Comptroller.
Use the Official Records Search tool provided by the Clerk of the Circuit Court and Comptroller to find official records, plats, deeds, and mortgage records for Leon County. The Clerk’s Office is also responsible for issuing marriage licenses. Application for marriage license must be submitted in writing to:
Leon County Clerk of the Circuit Court and Comptroller’s Official Records Official Records Division 1276 Metropolitan Blvd., Suite 101 Tallahassee, FL 32312
301 S. Monroe Street, #100 Tallahassee, FL 32312 (850) 606-4060
Offices open from Monday to Friday between 8:00 a.m. and 4:00 p.m. The Clerk’s Office charges $86 for a marriage license. There’s a lesser fee of $61 for marriages between Florida residents with proof of finishing premarital class with a provider approved by the County Clerk. Fees are payable in cash, check, and money order.
The Florida Department of Health provides birth and death records for all the counties in the state through its Vital Statistics Office. To request one of these, download and complete an Application for Florida Birth Record or Death Record Request Application . Mail the completed form to P.O. Box 2745, Tallahassee, Florida 32316. This office only issues birth certificates for births occurring between 1917 and the present day. Death certificates are only available for deaths occurring from 2009 to the present. For births and deaths falling outside these periods, contact:
State Office of Vital Statistics P.O. Box 210 Jacksonville, Florida 32231-0042 (904) 359-6900
The Tallahassee office charges $10 for each copy of death certificates. The fee for birth certificates for births occurring between 1917 and 2009 is $12 while births between 2009 and the present attracts a fee of $10.
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Crime and Public Safety | Former KTVU anchor Frank Somerville arrested after getting into fight with family member
He reportedly showed up to family home intoxicated.
BERKELEY – Ex-KTVU anchor Frank Somerville was arrested Monday night in Berkeley after getting into a fight with a family member, according to jail records and media reports.
Officers were called around 6:30 p.m. to a home in the 800 block of Indian Rock Avenue, where Somerville’s brother was restraining Somerville, the San Francisco Chronicle reported .
A spokesperson for the Berkeley Police Department told the newspaper Somerville had arrived at the residence intoxicated. He then got into a dispute that quickly escalated, police said.
Somerville, 65, was being held at the Berkeley City Jail on misdemeanor charges of battery, criminal threats and disorderly conduct, according to jail records. His bail was set at $27,500.
Somerville is set to be arraigned Thursday at the Wiley M. Manuel Courthouse in Oakland.
The police spokesperson did not immediately return messages seeking details about the arrest.
Somerville’s 31-year career at KTVU ended on Jan. 31, 2022, when his contract expired and the station opted not to bring him back. He had been arrested a month earlier on suspicion of driving under the influence in Oakland. Somerville said in an interview at the time that he did not believe his arrest was a factor in KTVU’s decision.
“They had told me long before that,” Somerville said.
The crash happened Dec. 30, 2021, around 7:45 p.m. near West Grand Avenue and Broadway. Police said Somerville was driving a Porsche and rear-ended another vehicle.
In November 2021, Somerville told this news organization that management had not contacted him since his suspension three months earlier for an off-air dispute about coverage of the Gabby Petito case .
The suspension was his second of the year. He was off-air for much of the summer following a May 30 newscast in which he repeatedly slurred and stumbled over his words.
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Lawsuit alleging ex-deputy falsified arrest report settled for $250K
MOUNT VERNON, Wash. (AP) — A lawsuit filed by a Washington oyster farmer accusing a former county deputy of falsifying an arrest report and urging a person to lie during a domestic-violence investigation has been settled for $250,000.
Gerardo Rodarte, the owner of Samish Gold Seafoods, sued Skagit County and former deputy Joseph Gutierrez in 2020, after Rodarte was acquitted by a jury of domestic-violence assault charges, The Seattle Times reported .
The charges were based on the deputy’s sworn statement and reports. Court documents show Gutierrez, who was fired in 2018 over allegations of having sex while on duty and failing to aid other officers during a jail escape, refused to testify at trial.
Rodarte’s lawsuit alleged that Gutierrez conspired with Rodarte’s niece, who was also an oyster farm employee, to falsely accuse her uncle of assaulting her in exchange for help with her immigration status.
The niece called the Sheriff’s Office on June 7, 2017, and claimed she had been assaulted by Rodarte. Gutierrez responded and arrested Rodarte, despite his claims and statements from his wife that the niece attacked him, biting his thumb and hitting him in the head with a telephone handset, according to the lawsuit and other documents filed in U.S. District Court.
Rodarte claimed in his lawsuit that, while taking him to jail, Gutierrez met his niece and told her “they needed to change their story because it did not fit the evidence, and that they had to fix it so it looked real,” according to the documents.
He claimed Gutierrez took pictures of the niece’s neck, which showed bruising and marks that weren’t there previously. U.S. District Judge Barbara Rothstein in a 2021 ruling denied Gutierrez’s motion to dismiss the fabrication and false-evidence claim and ordered it to proceed to trial.
Rodarte’s wife, Fabiola Higareda Hernandez, also signed a sworn affidavit claiming Gutierrez had falsified statements attributed to her in his arrest report.
Gutierrez appealed Rothstein’s decision to the 9th Circuit Court of Appeals in San Francisco. An appeals court panel in January upheld Rothstein’s trial decision.
As for damages, the appeals judges wrote, “We have held that it ‘is virtually self-evident’ that ‘there is a clearly established constitutional right not to be subjected to criminal charges on the basis of false evidence deliberately fabricated by the government.’”
Rodarte’s lawsuit alleges a clam harvest worth $500,000 he had farmed the day of his arrest spoiled while he was incarcerated.
The Skagit County Attorney’s Office, which represented Gutierrez, didn’t respond to a phone message from the newspaper seeking comment on the settlement.
Man arrested in the death of New Jersey council member shot and killed in her car
Suspect arrested in the murder of New Jersey council member
A man has been arrested in the death of a New Jersey borough council member who was shot in her car in February, officials said Tuesday.
Rashid Ali Bynum, 28, was arrested in Chesapeake, Virginia, in the death of Eunice Dwumfour, Middlesex County Prosecutor Yolanda Ciccone said at a news conference Tuesday. Dwumfour, 30, was shot multiple times in her car Feb. 1 in Sayreville, where she was a member of the Borough Council.
Bynum was charged with first-degree murder, second-degree unlawful possession of a handgun and second-degree possession of a handgun for unlawful purpose, Ciccone said. He was arrested Tuesday morning and awaits extradition to New Jersey.
It’s unclear whether he has an attorney.
A presumed motive wasn’t given; it appears the two may have known each other.
“A search of the victim’s phones revealed Bynum as a contact in Eunice Dwumfour’s phone with the acronym FCF,” Ciccone said. “FCF is believed to be an acronym for the Fire Congress Fellowship, a church the victim was previously affiliated with.”
Ciccone said that Bynum fit the witness description at the time of Dwumfour's death and that phone device records showed he was traveling from Virginia to New Jersey only to immediately return after Dwumfour’s death.
The device records allegedly matched the travel time of what appears to be a rented Hyundai Elantra that license plate readers recorded in toll areas. A witness told police about having seen a suspicious white Hyundai in the area at the time of Dwumfour’s death, Ciccone said.
Search records also showed Bynum was looking up Dwumfour’s current search, the area of Sayreville and magazines compatible with a specific handgun, Ciccone said.
Ciccone didn't take questions Tuesday afternoon.
New Jersey borough council member shot dead in her car
Dwumfour sustained "multiple gunshot wounds" and died at the scene, police have said.
Mahesh Chitnis, who served on Sayreville’s Human Relations Commission with Dwumfour, said in a tribute post that Dwumfour was shot about 300 feet from his home.
“I am shocked, scared and heartbroken,” the post said. “She was a woman full of life."
Dwumfour was a Republican serving a term from 2022 to 2024, the council's website said previously.
Former Sayreville Police Chief John Zebrowski was selected to fill Dwumfour's seat, according to the news site MyCentralJersey.com .
Dwumfour's family and area residents had expressed frustration with the lack of results in the investigation, according to NBC New York . Sayreville Mayor Victoria Kilpatrick even announced that she would not seek re-election because of threats she had been getting over the case.
“I’m calling this my pause," Kilpatrick said in April. "I have to pause because there’s nothing more important than my children and than my family."
New Jersey Attorney General Matt Platkin acknowledged the discontent at Tuesday’s news conference, saying the community has raised "a lot of questions."
"I want you to know that the folks behind me and the folks in this community and across the state that work tirelessly on this investigation did so to ensure public safety and to ensure that those questions could be answered," Platkin said. "And I hope that today is the beginning of a healing process and also the beginning of a sense of justice for you."
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Airline travel is back to what it was pre-pandemic. In fact, it’s predicted that travel this summer will break all-time records. With so many things out of our control, from weather to staffing issues to lost baggage, does choosing a particular airline really make a difference?
Consumer Reports surveyed over 17,000 of its members about nearly 33,000 flights asking about everything from ease of check-in to delays to cleanliness to price. Here are some of the highlights:
The airline with the top overall satisfaction score for economy travel was Hawaiian Airlines.
In the middle: Delta and Southwest, followed by United and then, American, which rated lower for seat comfort. Frontier Airlines was at the bottom of the ratings.
It’s no surprise that passengers who took business or first-class flights were more satisfied than those who flew coach, where traveler’s top gripe related to airline seats.
“Twenty-six percent of folks in coach reported either being uncomfortable, booked in the wrong seat, or not able to sit with family!” said Tian Wang, Consumer Reports’ senior survey research associate.
Hawaiian and Breeze Airways were both excellent for cabin cleanliness. Frontier Airlines was rated sub-par.
Twenty percent of travelers had gripes related to flight schedules, including delays, rescheduling and cancellations. Still, most people surveyed did not formally complain to the airline.
“Whatever your air travel issues, it’s important to log complaints with the airline while you are still at the airport. If you’re stranded, you may be owed meals or a hotel room, or even money if you’ve bumped from your flight,” said Wang.
You do have rights as a passenger. You can visit the Department of Transportation’s Aviation Consumer Protection website to learn what each airline offers in the event of a controllable delay or cancellation.
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(850) 606-3300 The Florida Department of Law Enforcement provides crime statistics for Leon County. Its records show that there was a total of 9,936 arrests in the county in 2017, the most recent year with a complete record. This figure represents a 9.6% year-on-year jump in arrest rates compared to 2016.
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Somerville, 65, was being held at the Berkeley City Jail on misdemeanor charges of battery, criminal threats and disorderly conduct, according to jail records. His bail was set at $27,500.
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MOUNT VERNON, Wash. (AP) — A lawsuit filed by a Washington oyster farmer accusing a former county deputy of falsifying an arrest report and urging a person to lie during a domestic-violence investigation has been settled for $250,000. Gerardo Rodarte, the owner of Samish Gold Seafoods, sued Skagit County and former deputy Joseph Gutierrez in ...
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