Thursday, March 3, 2022

Sarasota City Commissioners No Help Curbing Newtown Shootings and Murders But Hamstring Cops With Police Advisory Panel.

Sarasota City Commissioners No Help Curbing Newtown Shootings and Murders But Hamstring Cops With Police Advisory Panel. "We can't hamstring our police while defending themselves against dangerous criminals and protecting law abiding citizens with groups like the Sarasota Police Advisory Panel which makes police officers second guess every move they make". The 'Sarasota police advisory panel' meets quarterly and consists of five civilian volunteers, (some lawyers and apparently members of the ACLU), who are appointed by the Sarasota City Commissioners. The Sarasota City Commissioners are Liz Alpert, Kyle Battie, Hagen Brody, Jen Ahearn-Koch, and Erik Arroyo. The Sarasota City Commissioners and the police advisory panel scrutinize and hamstring the cops while shootings and murders in the Newtown section of Sarasota have skyrocketed this year! The administrator of the police advisory panel is college student Heather Salzman (doctoral candidate in England) who reviews all complaints filed against Sarasota Police Department officers and civilian staff members to assist the Chief of Police with the policies, practices and procedures concerning the processing of complaints. Furthermore, Heather Jane Salzman, who was born in the UK, receives and file complaints from citizens against Sarasota Police Department members, her causes civil rights and social action. Heather Salzman has no direct law enforcement experience. File a complaint with Office of the Police Advisory Panels 1565 1st Street, Sarasota FL 34236 Tel: (941) 263-6322 Email:  Heather Jane Salzman also appears to go by Heather Jane Robison (before a divorce), Departments: City Manager, Police Panel, Title: Independent Police Panel Administrator Phone:(941) 263-6322 Email:

Seems like everyone in Newtown section of Sarasota is illegally packing a devastating amount of firepower, stop and frisk would seem to be in order. FLORIDA STATUTE 901.151 Stop and Frisk Law.—In Florida, police officers can stop and frisk someone if they have probable cause to believe that the individual was involved in a crime or is committing, or is about to commit a violation of the criminal laws of this state. If the police officer has probable cause to believe that any person whom the officer has temporarily detained, or is about to detain temporarily, is armed with a dangerous weapon and therefore offers a threat to the safety of the officer or any other person, the officer may search such person so temporarily detained only to the extent necessary to disclose, and for the purpose of disclosing, the presence of such weapon.

MURDER IN NEWTOWN SARASOTA, Fl Feb 9, 2022. It has been an all too common site in 2022. A fourth homicide in five weeks in the City of Sarasota last weekend claimed the life of a 17-year-old boy and left two others wounded. Sarasota Police says its Community Action Team, also known as CAT, will be increasing patrols in high crime areas of the city including Newtown, where this most recent deadly shooting took place.

MURDER IN NEWTOWN SARASOTA FL Feb 10, 2022 Another shooting in the Newtown section of Sarasota Wednesday evening has put one man in the hospital and another behind bars.At about 6:30 p.m., Sarasota County Sheriff’s deputies responded to a call to 911 of a shooting in the 2200 block of Martin Luther King Jr. Way. When deputies arrived, they found a 32-year-old man with several gunshot wounds. He was taken to a hospital and is currently in stable condition, authorities say. De Shawn Collins, 27, of Sarasota was arrested after witnesses and surveillance video led deputies to apprehend him at a home on Cornelius Circle.

"It's very disturbing and unfortunate,” said Sarasota Vice Mayor Kyle Battie, who represents District 1, which encompasses parts of downtown Sarasota and the historically Black community of Newtown. “We are trying to do our best to get some type of grasp and handle of the situation.”

MURDER IN NEWTOWN SARASOTA FL Jan 1, 2022 Less than two hours past New Year's Eve, 37-year-old Latoya Johnson of Sarasota opened fire inside Patellini's Pizza on Main Street and claimed the life of a 39-year-old man following an altercation that lasted 37 seconds.

MURDER IN NEWTOWN SARASOTA FL Jan 6, 2022 Johnny D. Evans, 22, of Sarasota, allegedly shot and killed a man outside of Moore's Grocery on Dr. Martin Luther King Way in Newtown, according to police. A second suspect was arrested on charges related to withholding information from law enforcement and driving Evans out of the state.

MURDER IN NEWTOWN SARASOTA FL Jan 29, 2022 Sarasota Police announced two arrests Sunday in connection to a weekend shooting that left one man dead. Willie Abnar, 29, of Bradenton, is facing charges of murder while engaged in a robbery and attempted robbery with a firearm. Ka' Liyah Brown, 18, of Bradenton, also is facing charges of murder while engaged in a robbery and attempted robbery with a firearm. Sarasota Police detectives said the shooting occurred just before 7 a.m. Saturday in the 3000 block of North Washington Boulevard.

8:54 AM · Mar 10, 2019 "Déjà vu all over again" Newtown Shooting Sunday Morning In The "Courts" Leaves Teen Dead Just 2 Days After Body of Christopher Rashad Ramos Found. Back in April 2011 two British tourists who had wandered into the Courts by mistake and were gunned down by local thugs for no specific reason other than they were "white outsiders".

NEWTOWN: Is this why the Florida Britons were killed? Head directly north through Sarasota’s grid-patterned streets, however, and the atmosphere changes for the worse. First there’s the city’s business center, then the offices give way to smart homes. After a mile and- a-half you’ll reach Newtown. It’s a neighborhood that is never mentioned in the glossy tourist brochures that lure 41,000 Britons to Sarasota every year. By day the atmosphere is unwelcoming, at night it’s downright dangerous and considered a no-go area for outsiders. In these streets university pals Mr James Cooper, 25, and Mr James Kouzaris, 24, were gunned down after straying into the crime ridden public housing project. Apparently victims of a robbery, they died in a hail of bullets as they fled for their lives in the early hours of a Saturday in late April 2011. Shawn Tyson, a dysfunctional teenager who reportedly has the street nickname Young Savage tattooed across his chest, was convicted with the killing of the two Britons. There are many more just like him in Newtown.

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