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Traffic ViolationsOn July 10, Wilson Brittle, 41 of Monticello, was sentenced in court for reckless driving. He will remain at the county jail until his sentence is complete.
Sex CrimesThe Monticello/Jefferson County Chamber of Commerce will hold its monthly meeting on Tuesday August 4. Speaker for the July meeting was Nan Baughman, community outreach counselor for Refuge House. She spoke about the fight against domestic violence, rape crisis, and sexual assault in the workplace. She can be contacted for more information by calling 850-342-3518 or firstname.lastname@example.org. She is also involved with the Sheriff’s Office Project Lifesaver and Alzheimer’s Disease. She shared the mission of these organizations, signs and symptoms. She is available for those in need of any of these services. Lunch was served and provided by The Brick House Eatery in the downtown area. Flowers making the table centerpieces were provided by Gelling’s Floral Designs, also a longtime downtown merchant. Door prize gifts were donated by Pro-Mobile Detailing, Katrina’s Kitchens, and Covenant Hospice. Pecan Hill Coffee Roasters presented the monthly Business Spotlight, sharing a list of its 35-blends and a bit of information about the business. Their new business trailer can be seen at anytime traveling around town making deliveries to the area merchants. Also speaking briefly was B.J. Nelson, president of the board of directors for the Ashville Area Property Owners Association. She’s looking for local business help and advice to meet the needs of the 100+ residents that dwell on the 33-miles of private dirt roads that make up the Aucilla Shores Community. She can be contacted at 850-212-8674 or 850-997-3123 or email@example.com for information about the group. Special thanks and applause were given to Nan Baughman and Sherri Dean for their stupendous service skills during the Watermelon Festival, as co-chairs of the annual Chamber event. The next Chamber Business After 5 will be hosted by Farmers and Merchants Bank and will be held on August 20 at the establishment in downtown Monticello. The next Chamber meeting will be held at 12 p.m. on Tuesday, August 4.
Drug CrimesPossession of marijuana (less than 20 grams), indecent exposure, and resisting an officer without violence. Deputy Deas was on routine patrol when he saw Thompson urinating on the side of the Blue Heron building. When he stopped the man and asked why he was urinating on the side of the building, Thompson responded simply, “Because everyone does it,” according to Jefferson County Sheriff’s Office reports. When Deputy Deas began to pat him down, Thompson struggled and argued with the officer. It took Deas and Deputy Norman to place him in custody. Thompson stated that he was struggling because he had “a little smoking weed” on his person. Deas found one marijuana “roach” at 4.87 grams. According to the Sheriff’s Office reports, Thompson has a history of resisting arrest. Bond was set at $500 and he bonded out of jail the same day.
AssaultOn July 14, Lakeshia Demitra Dawson, 25 of Monticello, was arrested for aggravated assault with a deadly weapon and simple battery. Bond was set at $5,500 and she bonded out of jail on July 19.
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