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Connect Crime: Taxi Tales


July 05, 2016

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    TAXI TALES An intoxicated Paradise Cove woman accused a cab driver of touching her buttocks while giving her a hug and told deputies that she had shared personal information with the driver, called him her angel and that she had agreed to the hug. She gave deputies an inaccurate description of the cab — she said it was white, but it was yellow — and gave conflicting stories as to how much fare she paid. She also told another investigator that she had not been drinking, but she smelled of alcohol, tested positive in a breath test and later admitted she had consumed two “Angry Orchards.” The cab driver denied touching her inappropriately.

    I'M SURE THAT'S GREAT CONSOLATION FOR THE FISH A Mill Creek Road man was playing guitar on his porch when his family heard a gunshot, and an aquarium inside his home shattered. A bullet hole was found in a door at his home, and the bullet was found in the fireplace. Based on the angle, deputies believe that the bullet was fired into the air and that the damage was unintentional.

    OUT OF THE PEN, INTO THE DOGHOUSE When a Parker Road man was arrested on several traffic violations, he gave his keys to his girlfriend when he went to jail. The woman found messages in his cellphone from other women and when he got out of jail, he found his belongings damaged, cologne bottles shattered, the words “liar” and “cheater” carved into his Escalade. Items damaged or thrown away include an iPhone, several TVs, a lap top computer, iPad, clothes. Also, his tires were flattened. Girl don't play.

    ANGRY LITTLE GIRL An 8-year-old girl, trespassing in a neighbor’s Pioneer Trail yard, became angry when a man told her she should not talk to strangers. She threw a metal pipe at him, splitting his head open. She refused to leave the yard, throwing things at the house, then fled. Deputies found her at the Lake Collins spillway with her grandfather and took her into custody. She was later returned to her grandparents’ custody after the Department of Juvenile Justice ordered them to have her back at their office the next day. The child has been the listed offender in numerous sheriff’s incident reports over the span of the past few years.

    IMPATIENT PATIENT Deputies met with a Nevils-Groveland Road woman who said she and her boyfriend argued over a doctor visit taking too long and his missing work. The altercation became physical when he slapped her several times, so she put him out of her car, she said.


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