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Friday, May 24, 2019

Charles Bronson is a Vigilante in Cult Movie 'Death Wish' a .32 Caliber Revolver is Used to Shoot Bad Guys at Distance

Charles Bronson is a Vigilante in the Cult Movie 'Death Wish' a .32 Caliber Revolver is Used to Shoot Bad Guys at Distance. HBO has recently been showing the cult classic thriller 'Death Wish' staring Vigilante Paul Kearsey (Charles Bronsom). Death Wish is the 1974 cult classic thriller based on the novel of the same name written by Brian Garfield.
Charles Bronson stars as Paul Kersey, a quiet architect who becomes a vigilante, when his wife is killed and his daughter is raped by three muggers (including one played by Jeff Goldblum in his film debut). Paul Kersey (Charles Bronson) uses a .32 caliber nickel Colt Police Positive revolver with a 4-inch barrel as his weapon of choice.
This .32 caliber revolver was given to him as a present by Ames Jainchill (Stuart Margolin) and is used throughout his vigilante encounters. He kills ten street muggers with the .32 caliber Colt Police Positive revolver, sometimes at a distance. The 'Death Wish" movie depicts the frustration of relatives of murdered victims of street crime to find the culprits and the inability of the police to catch the perps. I can relate to this movie with all the violence spewing out of Newtown in North Sarasota Fl and the reluctance of any witness to any crime to come forward and name names! No Snitchin just empowers these thugs.
I recently viewed the 'Death Wish' movie and was curious if it was possible to hit a target at 20 feet plus with any sort of accuracy with a .32 caliber pistol. I have a similar firearm, a Amadeo Rossi .32 S&W long caliber revolver, double action, 6 shot, barrel length 3", overall length 7 1/2", that I rarely use, so I went to the local gun range at 'High Noon Guns' along with my S/W .40 caliber semi auto to check them both out at 20 feet or more.
I found the Rossi .32 S&W long caliber double action revolver highly accurate at 20 feet or more, all of the bullseye hits in the photo above were made by the .32 caliber Rossi, most all of the hits surrounding the red bullseye were made by my S/W .40 caliber semi auto at the same distance. The Rossi .32 S&W long caliber double action revolver made a much better overall grouping than the S/W .40 caliber semi auto, very little recoil and easy to sight. Apparently it would be possible for a reasonably trained shooter, as Charles Bronson is seen as the vigilante in the Cult Movie 'Death Wish' with a .32 Caliber Revolver, to Shoot Bad Guys at some Distance.

I do not advocate vigilante's like Charles Bronson in the Cult Movie 'Death Wish' or
Bernhard Goetz, a man who made headlines in 1984 when he defended himself against four muggers in a subway car in New York City. His actions would spur a series of debates over race and crime, the limits of self-defense, and to what extent civilians could rely on the police for protection. Vigilante street justice, "an eye for an eye and a tooth for a tooth". Vigilante street justice often describes the actions of a single person or group of people who claim to enforce the law but lack the legal authority to do so. Florida's 'Stand Your Ground' Law sometimes comes into question when only one person survives the encounter and there are no witnesses, was it self defense or vigilante street justice?


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3 Violent Newtown '2nd Line' Gang Members Out of Prison in August 2017 They Had Robbed Drug Dealers With Large Amounts of Cash in Sarasota.



3 Violent Newtown '2nd Line' Gang Members were Out of Prison by August 2017 They Had Robbed Drug Dealers With Large Amounts of Cash in Sarasota. Is there a reincarnation of the Second Line (2nd Line) Gang in the Newtown section of Sarasota, specifically in the 22nd Street vicinity? Second Line (2nd Line) Bad Boys Davon "ARAB" Gordon, Bryson Kearney and Lee "Lil Lee" Claridy were all out of State Prison by August of 2017, Lee "Lil Lee" Claridy was back living in Newtown on 24th Street but screwed up in April 2019 and is back in the Sarasota County jail doing eight months for violation of probation, 'fleeing and eluding the police'.
HERALD TRIBUNE Wrote Back on September 10th, 2010: The Second Line members charged with racketeering were: DeAndre "CUTTHROAT" Tunstall murder case (IN PRISON) John “Chico” Stephens (IN PRISON) serving a prison sentence for murder, brothers Torrey Elrdridge (IN PRISON) and Xavier Eldridge (IN PRISON) Davon "ARAB" Gordon (OUT OF PRISON 2013) and Gary Wilder (IN PRISON), Bryson Kearney (OUT OF PRISON 7/07/2017) at 2420 Mango Ave Newtown, and Lee "Lil Lee" Claridy (OUT OF PRISON 8/07/2017) at 1553 24th Street Newtown, currently in Sarasota county jail as of April 2019. 


Second Line Gang members killed six people, police say, doubling the city’s murder rate in one eight-month period. They shot and killed a grocery clerk over a $300 gold chain. They shot and killed a dental assistant who happened to drive by a robbery. And in the middle of the day in a crowded parking lot, they shot and killed a U.S. Marine reservist outside a convenience store. Tunstall, 29, is in jail on a murder charge. When someone is shot in Newtown, no one waits for the news to find out what happened. Crowds form at the crime scene tape and cell phones chirp all over the neighborhood.If a man is shot one night in a fight that started over a few hundred dollars, as happened in June, it is a safe bet that people walking down MLK the next morning will know about it. 

But Second Line committed crimes that got Newtown residents to cooperate with police and sign their names on witness statements. The gang started as a group of teenagers trying to impress older gangs like the Two-Four Boys, which took its name from its 24th street stomping grounds. Two-Four was known for selling crack cocaine, but not for violence. Second Line lifted its name from the lyrics of New Orleans rapper Juvenile. “Second line” is a parade term for the partiers who follow a band as it passes down the street, and the rapper used it as a name for his followers. "Now, if ya at dat second line dem boys got a gun" "You better run for it, run for it, run". Newtown 'Second Line' Gang Colors are Red & Black. One goof even went so far as to wear Red & Black 'Second Line' gang colors to testify at the Shawn Tyson murder trial on March 26, 2012 in open court, see https://www.heraldtribune.com/article/LK/20120326/News/605199139/SH/
The 2nd Line group adopted colors: Red & Black, had red bandanas to cover their face during robberies. A few got “Second Line” tattoos, and all of them set out to impress the older, more established gangs. Instead of selling drugs, Second Line stole money. The gang was linked to four home invasion robberies in the summer of 2006 and moved on to robbing drug dealers who carry large amounts of cash. They spent the loot at the mall, wearing their colors Red & Black as they shopped for the latest Nike sneakers. 


Some of the older members hung out in topless bars and dated strippers. A few sold crack cocaine, but none of them were regular users. They stuck with smoking marijuana and taking Ecstasy. On the street, Second Line member Davon Gordon says people would do an about-face and walk away when they saw the gang coming. “We were it,” says Davon Gordon, a wiry 32-year-old with braided hair and tattooed arms. “Dudes were afraid of us and girls wanted to be with us. Second Line was the thing.” As they grew in stature, they grew in numbers. There were only a dozen or so members but police documented more than 50 other people who hung out with Second Line.
Back in 2011, SARASOTA HERLD TRIBUNE WROTE on May 27th, 2011..SARASOTA COUNTY - Prosecutors investigating the fatal shooting of two British tourists more than a month ago suggested Friday they were on the verge of new breaks in the case. To justify keeping public records in the case sealed, they told a judge they need two more weeks to track down another person and to gather "crucial pieces" of forensic evidence. Details about the evidence and about the person — described as "still at large" — remain secret. Prosecutors said the 2nd person was involved or present at the time of the murders (Steven R. Phelps).

SARASOTA HERALD TRIBUNE: At trial Murder defendant Shawn Tyson bragged about opening fire on two British tourists after he tried to rob them, a friend said that Tyson told her and another friend that he shot the men — James Cooper, 25, and James Kouzaris, 24 — when they told him they had no money. The two drunken Britons were shot on April 16, 2011 as they staggered through the Newtown public housing complex, 'the Courts'. Newtown thug Shawn Tyson idolized 2nd Line gang leader DeAndre Tunstall. Now it has emerged that the tattoo emblazoned on his chest 'SAVAGE' links him to the feared "enforcer" of the Second Line gang, DeAndre Tunstall, responsible for a string of robberies and murders in the Newtown district that includes The Courts. Deandre Tunsstal also has the tattoo 'SAVAGE' and he also has the tattoo YOUNG THUG CUT 2 SKULLS, which appears to refer to Shawn Tyson killing the two British tourists. 
Teen killer Shawn Tyson's gang back in 2011 was Steven R. Phelps Jr, Diandrew L. Clarkson, Shawn D. Whitfield, Steven Fields and Joshua J. Bane that terrorized Newtown. Florida Statutes 874.03 says a criminal street gang is a formal or informal ongoing organization, association, or group of three or more persons who have: A common name or common identifying signs, colors, or symbols. Members or associates who individually or collectedly, engaged in or have engaged in a pattern of youth and street gang activity such as fighting, vandalism, murder, and drug sales.
Court records from the Tyson case name Steven L. Fields, 27, as possibly being the accomplice. Fields has family in Newtown and has spent most of his teen years behind bars. He was convicted of robbery and aggravated assault when he was 14. When tourists James Cooper and James Kouzaris were murdered, Fields was living with his mother in Tampa. You can search a known gang member with the Florida Department of Corrections website to get a better idea of the specific gang tattoos that occur in your area. Steven L. Fields is currently in prison looking at June 2019 to get out.
SARASOTA HERALD TRIBUNE May 15, 2013, Shawn D. Whitfield Jr was part of teen killer Shawn Tyson's gang back in 2011 along with Diandrew L. Clarkson, Steven Fields, Steven R. Phelps Jr and Joshua J. Bane that terrorized Newtown. Three teenagers were arrested as part of an operation targeting high-crime areas in north Sarasota, says the Sarasota County Sheriff’s Office. The Sheriff’s Office says the teenagers, Shawn Whitfield, 19, Tyler Radkey, 19, and a 17-year-old, are charged with 28 car burglaries, two vehicle thefts and fraudulent use of a credit card. Sheriff Tom Knight said the mission of the operation was to show that crime is not tolerated in the area. The Sheriff’s Office also arrested fifty other people on various charges, touting the use of data analysis to show “hot spots” for crime in the community. Shawn D. Whitfield Jr was released from prison on 7/29/2017, his listed residence upon release was 1682 22nd Street in the Newtown section of Sarasota Fl, just a few doors up from where Travis Combs was murdered on 8/28/2017 in the 1600 block of 22nd Street, "just sayin".
Back in March 2011.....Steven R. Phelps Jr and Curtis Campbell were arrested for an armed robbery on Leon Ave in Newtown in 2011. On March 18th 2011, two robbers put a gun to the head of a man working on an air conditioning unit in the 2400 block of Leon Avenue and demanded his money, with Curtis Campbell shouting “give it up”, they knew he had $950 in cash in his pockets. Sarasota Police arrested Steven Phelps Jr, 17, and Curtis Campbell, 18, for armed robbery. Steven R. Phelps Jr was part of teen killer Shawn Tyson's gang back in 2011 along with Diandrew L. Clarkson, Shawn D. Whitfield, Steven Fields and Joshua J. Bane that terrorized Newtown. Steven R. Phelps is in prison on attempted murder conviction.
On January 5th, 2018, Curtis Campbell, DOB 2/06/1993, address 1657 22nd Street Newtown Fl was back in jail again, DRUGS-POSSESS CONTROL SUB W/O PRESCRIPTION (METH), COCAINE-POSSESS: POSSESS COCAINE, SMUGGLE CONTRABAND: INTRODUCE INTO DETENTION FACILITY. On January 5th, 2018, it appears that a man by the name of Wheelock Minns-White was driving a stolen silver Nissan 4 door sedan with Fl tags on N Washington Blvd in Sarasota, Curtis Campbell was a passenger, he had drugs on him.  


Curtis Campbell aka Tank Dawg DOB 2/06/1993 and Wheelock Minns-White DOB 10/07/1992 are Newtown thugs with violent criminal histories in Sarasota Fl that includes armed robbery, felon carrying concealed weapon and multiple felony drug charges and convictions. Wheelock Minns-White did time in state of Florida prison for sale of cocaine, Curtis A. Campbell is currently on Felony probation on a drug conviction. I would not put anything past these two Newtown thugs Curtis Campbell and Wheelock Minns-White who appear to be close pals, partners in crime.
Travis Combs was Murdered on 22nd St in Newtwon one of the Killers Took his Car to Manatee County and Burned it, apparently the Same Guys Kidnap & Murder Jabez Spann a Week Later and Leave his Body by Side of the Road inManatee County, Clues? August 28, 2017, Apparently 3 guys were involved in the murder of Travis Combs on 22nd Street in Newtown Fl, one of the killers took his car to Manatee County and set it on fire to destroy any evidence, fingerprints, DNA etc..
Apparently the same 3 guys kidnapped and murdered Jabez Spann from Newtown on or about September 4th, 2017 because he saw them shoot and kill Travis Combs on August 28, 2017 who had been selling marijuana out of his car in the 1600 block of 22nd Street (he had cash on him). Body of Jabez was found in Manatee County about 1 1/2 years later, February 16, 2019, by side of the road. Sooo which of the 3 guys has connections in Manatee County? Apparently the 3 killers of Travis Combs were smart enough to steal and burn up his car far from the crime scene on 22nd Street to hide any connection to them, fingerprints, DNA etc, as they are all most likely in the system. Did the SPD find the bullet casing in the vacant lot where Travis Combs was shot, (once in the chest), what caliber is the bullet casing? So where did they kill Jabez Spann, not near his house and then transport the body to Palmetto, not shot in their car for fear of DNA evidence, was Jabez shot out in the open on the side of road on Canal Rd in Palmetto execution style? How many bullets were fired, did they shoot him in the head, what caliber was the bullet, were bullet casings found on the side of road on Canal Rd in Palmetto?
A memorial marks the area where Jabez Spann’s skeletal remains were found in Manatee County. He disappeared on Labor Day 18 months ago. Teresa Richardson says she knows why he died. “He witnessed a murder,” she said. The murder she refers to is her nephew Travis Combs. His body was found in the lot next to her home right outside her bedroom window one week before Jabez disappeared. “When he walked here to go to his grandmother’s house, he witnessed the murder that took place here," Teresa Richardson says. "He said, 'Oh my God, y’all shot that man.' That’s exactly what he said. He started talking. Because he talked that’s what cost him his life. "Let’s be real: Who do you think did this to Jabez Spann? The same person who did it to Travis Combs his aunt Teresa Richardson said.”
A witness, Reginald Parker, told police Spann saw Combs’ murder but later retracted his statement. Parker is currently in prison on unrelated charges. Sarasota police say they do not know if Spann’s death is related to the Combs case, but they have been looking into it. Richardson believes security cameras a block away captured her nephew’s killer and says she saw someone drive off with his car soon after the shooting. “I asked the second day after his murder to pull the cameras at the end of Palmadelia to solve his murder," she said, but "they told me the cameras didn’t work.” Sarasota’s Housing Authority Director William Russell says he believes the cameras were working at the time but network issues may have prevented them from seeing the recorded footage.
I ran into this Curtis Campbell aka 'Tank Dawg' dude when I had my PI office on Desoto Rd Sarasota in early 2016. In January 2016 I was sharing office space with another private investigator who also happened to be a bail bondsman and operated a Concealed Weapon Permit training school along with classes for obtaining a Florida Security Officers license, he also had a Federal Firearms License to sell handguns and long guns. One day Curtis Campbell Jr and his pal with the long dreadlocks came in the store to obtain Concealed Weapon Permits, that is they would get their photos on a license that day and walk out with a CWP, same day service. The girl at the counter who waited on them explained they had to take the 8 hour CWP class first, then pass a test at the gun range, get their CWP certificate and apply to the State of Florida Division of License along with a current fingerprint card taken at the Sheriff's office and be able to pass a FDLE criminal background check (I doubt they could) and pay all applicable fees. At the time the CWP process would normally take about 6 to 8 weeks turnaround time, when told this Curtis Campbell Jr, said "fuck no we ain't doing any of that shit, we want out licenses today" and he was not kidding. 
I was in my office and came out to the counter area by the front door when I heard the commotion. At this point Curtis said to the girl at the counter, "we want licenses today so that my pal can carry his gun legal", at that point his pal in the long dreadlocks pulled a large caliber black semi automatic pistol from out under the front of his basketball shorts, he had a crotch pocket holster for his .40 caliber firearm. The dreadlocks dude had the pistol fully exposed and pointed in the downward ready position towards the floor in his right hand in my general direction, there are signs all over the entrance to the office for students to not bring in any firearms. 

I viewed this confrontation with Curtis Campbell Jr and his dreadlocks pal and the exposed firearm as a threat. No way the dreadlocks guy had a concealed weapons permit. Curtis Campbell Jr. continued to berate the girl at the counter and the owner came out from the classroom and told Campbell and his pal to leave the building, the dreadlocks dude had put the firearm away and both walked to the front door with Curtis Campbell getting louder and louder with his threats. As he left the office by the front door Curtis Campbell Jr turned and yelled back in that "y'all know who we are, you better have out licenses ready when I come back at 5 pm", he never did, he was banned from the office. I asked the girl at the counter as to who were those two mooks who just left after flashing a gun, she said, "oh that's just Curtis and Treshaun".
 
Charles Bronson is a Vigilante in the Cult Movie 'Death Wish'. The 'Death Wish" movie depicts the frustration of relatives of murdered victims of street crime to find the culprits and the inability of the police to catch the perps. I can relate to this movie with all the violence spewing out of Newtown in North Sarasota Fl and the reluctance of any witness to any crime to come forward and name names! No Snitchin just empowers these thugs. I do not advocate vigilante's like Charles Bronson in the Cult Movie 'Death Wish' or Bernhard Goetz, a man who made headlines in 1984 when he defended himself against four muggers in a subway car in New York City.


Bill Warner Private Investigator Sarasota 941-926-1926 - SEX, CRIME, CHEATERS & TERRORISM at http://www.billwarnerpi.com/

Monday, May 20, 2019

Sarasota Student Roman Miller, 9, Killed Bicycling to School on Webber St Run Over by Charity Kathy Lamb, 25, Who Has Multiple Prior Offenses Including DUI.

  photo credit screenshot channel 10 news Tampa
Sarasota Student Roman Miller, 9, Killed Bicycling to School on Webber St Run Over by Charity Kathy Lamb, 25, Who Has Multiple Prior Offenses Including a Manatee County DUI in 2012 driving the wrong way on I-75. Troopers said when their investigation is complete, the driver of the Chevy truck Charity Lamb will likely be facing charges, but no jail time.


All information supplied in this article concerning Charity K. Lamb, 25, was obtained from Media reports and the Sarasota County Clerk's Office and the Manatee County Clerk's Office Public Records. WTSP Channel 10 News Tampa Fl supplied the video of the accident scene and Charity K. Lamb going back to her black Chevrolet pickup truck to retrieve her cell phone that appeared to be on the center console, see video CLICK HERE.
It happened around 8am on Webber Street and Nodosa Drive on Monday. The school district says the little boy Roman Miller was riding his bike to Brentwood Elementary School with his sister when he was struck by a pickup truck that was attempting to turn left onto Webber. The boy, who was wearing a helmet, was dragged around 15 feet under the Chevrolet Silverado truck by Charity Lamb who is 25. Charity Lamb has a prior DUI where she was driving the wrong way on I-75 in 2012, she passed out on the side of the road in the middle of night with her headlights on and pointing in the direction of oncoming traffic who were coming at her at about 75mph, how the hell does this person get a license and insurance to drive on our roads!
Tuesday May 21st, 2019 Sarasota County Sheriff Deputy stands guard at crash site where Sarasota Student Roman Miller, 9, was Killed Bicycling to School on Webber St Run Over by Charity Kathy Lamb, 25, Who Has Multiple Prior Offenses Including DUI, running stop signs and a red light and possession of marijuana charge.
Monday May 20 2019 SARASOTA HERALD TRIBUNE WRITES: A third-grade student from Brentwood Elementary School was struck and killed about 7:48 a.m. Monday morning while riding his bicycle to school. Roman Miller, 9, trailed behind his sister as they crossed Webber Street and Nodosa Drive. According to Florida Highway Patrol trooper Kenn Watson, a Chevy Silverado was stopped at the stop sign on Nodosa Drive. The driver, Charity Lamb, 25, saw the young girl go by, but not Roman, according to reports from the Florida Highway Patrol. As Roman was crossing, Lamb drove her pickup past the stop sign, striking the boy and dragging him approximately 15 feet, FHP reported. His sister, a fifth-grader at the school, made it across safely. 
This is a residential neighborhood, so everyone should be driving fairly slow. The bottom line is we come to that stop sign, we make assumptions because it’s a quiet neighborhood and it’s just one cycle,” Watson said. “We have to watch out for children, like I said, things are going to only get more congested as these kids get out of school. We as adults have to be looking out for them and need to be making decisions.” Watson added that the bicyclists had the right-of-way, and that there were no traffic cameras in the area. After being transported by ambulance, Roman was pronounced dead at Doctors Hospital in Sarasota by Dr. Michelle Chan at 8:37 a.m., FHP reported. Lamb has a history of driving citations. Since 2011, she’s been issued separate citations for careless driving, running a stop sign and a red light. She’s also been cited for driving over the speed limit and driving on a suspended license.

 photo credit screenshot herald tribune sarasota
Charity Kathy Lamb, DOB 7/03/1993, has Multiple Prior Driving Offenses in Sarasota, it appears that she is always in a hurry so much so she does not obey the rules of the road and now a little kid is dead at a stop sign;
A). Careless Driving 1/11/2011
B). Open container alcohol passenger 7/20/2011
C). Speeding 5/01/2012
D). Drive while license suspended 5/01/2012
E). Run Stop sign 2/08/2012
F). Ran red light 8/10/2017
G). Ran stop sign 4/24/2019
In Manatee County Charity Kathy Lamb, DOB 7/03/1993 has even more driving offenses including a DWI and another arrest for Possession of Marijuana, she is a threat on the road!
A). Careless Driving 5/19/2011
B). Open container alcohol in parked vehicle 2/11/2012
C). DUI 2/10/2012, Manatee County DUI Probable Cause Affidavit, Charity K. Lamb DOB 7/3/1993 was found stopped in a silver Toyota facing northbound in the southbound lane of I-75, the vehicle was running with lights on, she was found sleeping in the drivers seat slumped over the center console, a strong odor of alcohol was apparent in the car. She had passed out driving the wrong way on I-75.
D). Possession of marijuana 4/02/2014




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Sarasota Sheriff Dept Arrests 17 Scammers in Operation Hammer Down II a 'Chris Hansen Esque Type Sting' For Unlicensed Contracting

In a multi year sting operation the Sarasota Sheriff Dept Arrests 17 more Scammers in 'Operation Hammer Down II' Sting For Unlicensed Contracting and No Workers Comp Insurance. For over 6 years the Sarasota Sheriff Dept has been arresting unlicensed contractors in a "Chris Hansen Esque Type Sting" with hidden cameras and deputies waiting to put the cuffs on the scammers. The Sarasota County Sheriff’s Office arrested 17 people on multiple charges during the continuation of an undercover operation to protect citizens from unlicensed contractors. Detectives worked with the Sarasota County Building Department, the Florida Department of Financial Services Division of Insurance Fraud and the Florida Department of Business and Professional Regulation (DBPR) to contact individuals advertising home repair services that require a license to complete. As subjects arrived at the target residence in southern Sarasota County last week, the DBPR database was checked to determine if they were licensed, registered as a contractor, and/or had the required workers compensation coverage or exemption to perform the work they proposed to do. In all, the second part of the operation resulted in 21 felony charges and 15 misdemeanor charges. The following individuals were arrested during the three-day operation. Their arrests are in addition to six arrests announced by the sheriff’s office in April. 
Stanley B. Brown, DOB 01/30/63, of 109 Tortuga Drive, Nokomis, is charged with Unlicensed Contracting and Workers Compensation Fraud.
Antonio Caputo, DOB 10/10/41, of 144 Mariner Lane, Rotonda West, is charged with Unlicensed Contracting and Workers Compensation Fraud.
Amie L. Criss, DOB 03/12/83, of 3301 19th Ave. West, Bradenton, is charged with Unlicensed Contracting and Workers Compensation Fraud.
Oscar Cortes, DOB 12/25/93, of 3715 14th St. W. Lot 75, Bradenton, is charged with Unlicensed Contracting, Workers Compensation Fraud and Possession of Marijuana Under 20 Grams.
Charles H. Davis Jr., DOB 01/07/58, of 958 Inaqua Ave., Venice, is charged with Unlicensed Contracting and Workers Compensation Fraud.
George W. Dills, DOB 05/20/64, of 252 Gardenia Rd., Venice, is charged with Unlicensed Contracting and Workers Compensation Fraud.
Chad A. Fagenbaum, DOB 04/24/72, of 340 Altair Rd., Venice, is charged with Unlicensed Contracting and Workers Compensation Fraud.
Forest C. Freeman, DOB 12/25/72, of 5687 Summer Side Lane, Apt 26b, Sarasota, is charged with Unlicensed Contracting and Workers Compensation Fraud.
Phillip G. Greenwell, DOB 12/20/60, of 22124 26th Ave E, Bradenton, is charged with Unlicensed Contracting and Workers Compensation Fraud.
Michael Kropsch, DOB 02/28/63, of 4685 Avanti Circle, North Port, is charged with Unlicensed Contracting and Workers Compensation Fraud.
Julius Kubricky, DOB 04/03/63, of 1345 24th St., Sarasota, is charged with Unlicensed Contracting and Workers Compensation Fraud.
Jeffrey J. Levelle, DOB 03/27/57, of 1136 Andrews St., Englewood, is charged with Unlicensed Contracting and Workers Compensation Fraud.
David Nondorf, DOB 10/13/71. 508 E Seminole Dr, Venice, is charged with Unlicensed Contracting and Workers Compensation Fraud.
James A. Pusateri Jr., DOB 05/17/65, of 380 E. Dearborn St., Englewood, is charged Unlicensed Contracting and Workers Compensation Fraud. He has a prior arrest in Sarasota County for similar crimes.

Paul Sorke, DOB 07/27/69, of 1544 Scarlett Ave., North Port, is charged with Unlicensed Contracting and Workers Compensation Fraud. Sorke has two prior arrests in Sarasota County for similar crimes.
James L. Tate, DOB 12/29/65, of 5210 14th St West Lot #16, Bradenton, is charged with Unlicensed Contracting, Workers Compensation Fraud, and Possession of Controlled Substance.
Phil Van Brandt, DOB 05/15/61, of 7471 N. Leewynn Dr., Sarasota, is charged with Unlicensed Contracting and Workers Compensation Fraud.
Since 2012, the sheriff’s office has assigned detectives to investigate claims against people who engage in contracting work without proper licenses, permits or certification. A first offense usually results in a civil citation by code enforcement but subsequent violations lead to misdemeanor or felony criminal charges. The defendants also receive a cease and desist order from the State of Florida. 



One of these goofs, Paul Sorke, is a frequent flyer trying to scam unknowing customers. In February 2016 Paul Sorke, 46, 1500 block of Scarlett Ave., North Port. Charges: fraud-employee does not get worker’s compensation insurance, unregistered contractor and engage in contracting business without a certificate Bond: $4,500. Same type arrest in December 2013 for Paul Sorke:
  • #1 PUBLIC ORDER CRIMES: ENGAGE CONTRACTING BUSN
    STATUTE: 489.127(1f)
    NOTES: SPD CAPIAS WARRANT
  • #2 PUBLIC ORDER CRIMES: UNREGISTERED ELECTRIC
    STATUTE: 489.531(1a)
    NOTES: SPD CAPIAS WARRANT


“These arrests serve as a strong reminder to always do your research before selecting someone to work on your home or business,” commented Sheriff Tom Knight. “Consumers are exposing themselves to financial and physical risk by allowing these people to enter their home unlicensed. Not only does this pose a threat to consumers, it also directly effects legitimate business owners doing the right thing and operating within the parameters of the law.” “When Floridians need to make improvements or repairs to their home, they deserve to have the confidence that the work will be done honestly, completely, and according to professional standards that are designed to protect them and their families,” said DBPR Secretary Halsey Beshears. “I appreciate the hard work of our state and local partners in Operation Hammer Down whose support helps bring both enforcement and awareness to this important public concern.” Florida law establishes rules and guidelines for obtaining professional licensure, and the people who have met these requirements are held to professional standards. Consumers can verify licenses with the DBPR online at www.myfloridalicense.com by calling 850.487.1395, or downloading the free DBPR Mobile app through iTunes or the Google Play store. To check a Sarasota County license, call the Customer Service and Permit Center at 941.861.6678 or 941.861.3029. To report someone you suspect is acting as an unlicensed contractor or performing work without a permit, call 941.861.5000. For more information visit https://www.scgov.net/government/planning-and-development-services/building.
 



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Sunday, May 19, 2019

Travis Combs Murdered 22nd St Newtwon Killers Take Car to Manatee County Burn it Same Guys Kidnap & Murder Jabez Spann Week Later Leave Body Manatee County, Clues?

Travis Combs Murdered 22nd St Newtwon Killers Take his Car to Manatee County Burn it Same Guys Kidnap & Murder Jabez Spann Week Later Leave Body by Side of Road Manatee County, Clues? August 28, 2017: Apparently 3 guys were involved in murder of Travis Combs on 22nd Street Newtown Fl, one of the killers took his car to Manatee County and set it on fire to destroy any evidence, fingerprints, DNA etc..
Apparently same 3 guys kidnapped and murdered Jabez Spann from Newtown on or about September 4th, 2017 because he saw them shoot and kill Travis Combs. Body of Jabez was found in Manatee County about 1 1/2 years later, February 16, 2019, by side of the road. Sooo which of the 3 guys has connections in Manatee County? Apparently the 3 killers of Travis Combs were smart enough to steal and burn up his car far from the crime scene on 22nd Street to hide any connection to them, fingerprints, DNA etc, as they are all most likely in the system. Did the SPD find the bullet casing in the vacant lot where Travis Combs was shot, (once in the chest), what caliber is the bullet casing? So where did they kill Jabez Spann, not near his house and then transport the body to Palmetto, not shot in their car for fear of DNA evidence, was Jabez shot out in the open on the side of road on Canal Rd in Palmetto execution style? How many bullets were fired, did they shoot him in the head, what caliber was the bullet, were bullet casings found on the side of road on Canal Rd in Palmetto?
A memorial marks the area where Jabez Spann’s skeletal remains were found in Manatee County. He disappeared on Labor Day 18 months ago. Teresa Richardson says she knows why he died. “He witnessed a murder,” she said. The murder she refers to is her nephew Travis Combs. His body was found in the lot next to her home right outside her bedroom window one week before Jabez disappeared. “When he walked here to go to his grandmother’s house, he witnessed the murder that took place here," Teresa Richardson says. "He said, 'Oh my God, y’all shot that man.' That’s exactly what he said. He started talking. Because he talked that’s what cost him his life. "Let’s be real: Who do you think did this to Jabez Spann? The same person who did it to Travis Combs his aunt Teresa Richardson said.”
A witness, Reginald Parker, told police Spann saw Combs’ murder but later retracted his statement. Parker is currently in prison on unrelated charges. Sarasota police say they do not know if Spann’s death is related to the Combs case, but they have been looking into it. Richardson believes security cameras a block away captured her nephew’s killer and says she saw someone drive off with his car soon after the shooting. “I asked the second day after his murder to pull the cameras at the end of Palmadelia to solve his murder," she said, but "they told me the cameras didn’t work.” Sarasota’s Housing Authority Director William Russell says he believes the cameras were working at the time but network issues may have prevented them from seeing the recorded footage.

UNSOLVED HOMICIDE - PLEASE SHARE: On August 28, 2017, Travis Combs was murdered in the 1600 block of 22nd Street, Sarasota. Mr. Combs was observed in the area by several individuals prior to his murder. We're asking for public for assistance with information regarding this murder & any other crimes related to it. If you have any information, please contact Crime Stoppers of Sarasota at (941) 366-8477 or online at http://www.sarasotacrimestoppers.com/sitemenu.aspx?P=unsolved&ID=109. You may be eligible for a reward. — with Crime Stoppers of Sarasota.

Jabez Spann's skeletal remains were found on
Saturday Feb 16th in the 4100 block of Canal Road Palmetto Fl. Police don’t yet know if the teen was killed there or if he was killed elsewhere before his body was dumped. Where Jabez Spann was found is extremely dark at night and the nearest homes to the south are abandoned. Yet Jabez Spann's remains were just a few feet from the pavement of Canal Road, where a countless amount of vehicles travel daily. 

It is 15.9 miles and a 30 min drive from the 22nd Street area of the Newtown section of Sarasota where Jabez Spann was known to hang out to the 4100 block of Canal Rd in Palmetto Fl where his skeletal remains were found on Saturday Feb 16th, you would travel directly north on Rte 301, continue on rte 41 in Bradenton and turn right on 17th Street E (known drug area) and then left on 16th Ave E also known as Canal Rd Palmetto Fl.

Read more here: https://www.bradenton.com/news/local/crime/article226507280.html#storylink=cpy
"This is a tremendous loss to their family and our community," SPD Deputy Chief Pat Robinson said during a news conference Tuesday night. "We do not believe at this point that he left Sarasota under his own volition and went to Manatee County, where his body was found." "We've always felt that there are individuals in our community that are scared to come forward," SPD Deputy Chief Pat Robinson said. 
"The folks that did it, we believe are from our community, (Newtown). We know that people in our community know things that they haven't shared yet." SPD Deputy Chief Pat Robinson said. It is readily apparent to me from information obtained from SPD probable cause affidavits that Sarasota Teen Jabez Spann was kidnapped and murdered for being an eye-ball witness to the murder of Travis Combs by 3 Newtown thugs.


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