Newtown Violence Spills Onto Sarasota Streets Charles D. Dailey Jr Charged with Attempted Murder at 17th Street & Lockwood Ridge Rd, His 2nd Murder Charge. Charles D. Dailey Jr, DOB 3/10/1984, was living at 2652 26th Street Newtown Sarasota Fl on April 13th 2012 when he shot his father-in-law to death. Charles D. Dailey Jr shot his father-in-law Tony “Buck” Waters 11 times or until his .40 caliber Glock firearm was empty. No defensive weapon was found on or near the victim, Dailey Jr claimed the 'victim' had a knife. A Jury found Charles D. Dailey Jr, DOB 3/10/1984, NOT GUILTY OF MURDER in November of 2012.
The victim shot in 2012 by Charles Dailey was Tony “Buck” Waters a Sarasota High School graduate and tailback for the 1978 University of Florida Gators. Then-coach Doug Dickey described Waters as the “most improved player” of the year at the time. Sarasota Herald-Tribune May 3rd 1984. Tony Waters, Ex-sailor Bounces Back To Get Degree At Florida Univ. Tony Waters was an all-state back his senior season at Sarasota High School. … He settled on the University of Florida, but this Friday night hero would never become a Saturday hero. He never even scored a touch down in a varsity game for the Gators. … Tony Waters was told he would never play football again after a knee injury incurred during a game with the Univ of Miami, READ THE WHOLE THING CLICK HERE.
Fast forward to January 19th, 2018 and Charles D. Dailey Jr, DOB 3/10/1984, was at it again, this time shooting into a rivals car and still living at 2652 26th Street Newtown Sarasota Fl. According to the Sheriff’s Office, Charles Dailey, 33, and the 31-year-old victim had been in a dispute for more than a year. On Jan. 19, multiple shots were fired into the victim’s vehicle at about 6 a.m. near 17th Street and Lockwood Ridge Road. An investigation determined Dailey was a likely suspect, as he and the victim had been in an altercation on Jan. 15. A search of his home yielded two rifles, a shotgun, ammunition and clothing consistent with what the shooter wore. Detectives also recovered a .45-caliber shell casing in Dailey’s vehicle, which matched what was fired during the shooting. Dailey turned himself in Monday, 1/22/2018, before noon. He is charged with attempted murder and is being held at the Sarasota County jail on $250,000 bail.
Drug Activity in Newtown Sarasota Fueled Armed Robberies, Car Burglaries, Prostitution, Vehicle Thefts, Human Trafficking, Kidnapping and Multiple Murders, since at least 2011. Over the last 7 years and most recently during the last 4 months, since the murder of Travis Combs and the apparent kidnapping of Jabez Spann, I have done on site surveillance of the Newtown section of Sarasota Fl, mostly around N. Orange Ave and 22nd Street and areas on the North Trail, RTE 41. Multiple Murders on Mean Streets of Newtown from 2011 through 2017 appear to be robberies gone bad or drug related, all of them are a blight on Sarasota Fl. I have gone over arrest reports of certain individuals at the Sarasota County Clerks Office that link to Newtown. All my information obtained on a Newtown nucleus of violent thugs seen in this article are compiled from Sarasota County Sheriff and SRQ Police Arrest Reports, Probable Cause Affidavits, Florida State Prison Records, State’s Attorney Indictments, Sarasota County Clerks website ClerkNet 3.0, and articles researched in local Newspapers, all of which are PUBLIC RECORD. I also obtained first hand informant statements from some of the female victims of Newtown drug dealers and pimps. I observed out in the open drug sales on 22nd Street near N. Orange Ave in Newtown. I had also observed the open drug and prostitution activity on the ‘North Trail’ section of North Tamiami Trl in Sarasota Fl that runs from Panama Dr all the way up to University Ave and run by thugs out of Newtown, be afraid Sarasota, be very afraid!
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