Lecanto Arrest Records for Inmate ALGINAVON TERIANO CLEVELAND
Lecanto Arrest Records for Inmate ALGINAVON TERIANO CLEVELAND
ALGINAVON TERIANO CLEVELAND Arrest Details
Lecanto (Citrus County) FL Jail Arrest Details
|Date of Birth:||09/11/1986|
|Street Address:||73 NE 9TH AVE|
|Arrest Date & Time:||3/11/2020 10:26:00 PM|
|Probable Cause Affidavit|
SUBMITTED BY: MARSHALL, EVAN 1336 (20-33574) (AR20-37835) DID UNLAWFULLY RESIST, OBSTRUCT, OR OPPOSE SERGEANT MARSHALL (1336) AND K-9 DEPUTY MILLER (1337), WHO WERE THEN AND THERE IN THE LAWFUL EXECUTION OF A LEGAL DUTY, OR EXECUTION OF LEGAL PROCESS, TO WIT: THE DEFENDANT REFUSED TO EXIT HIS VEHICLE AND FOLLOW COMMANDS FROM DEPUTIES, WITHOUT OFFERING OR DOING VIOLENCE TO THE PERSON OF SUCH OFFICERS, IN VIOLATION OF FLORIDA STATE STATUTE 843.02. DID MALICIOUSLY TOUCH, STRIKE, OR CAUSE BODILY HARM TO A POLICE DOG, FIRE DOG, SAR DOG, OR POLICE HORSE, TO WIT: THE DEFENDANT DID STRIKE K-9 ANAKIN IN HIS HEAD AND BODY, IN VIOLATION OF FLORIDA STATE STATUTE 843.19(3). ON 031120, I WAS TRAVELING SOUTHBOUND ON NORTH LECANTO HIGHWAY. I OBSERVED A PURPLE IN COLOR SPORT UTILITY VEHICLE WITH EXTREMELY DARK WINDOW TINT TRAVELING IN FRONT OF TWO VEHICLES. I OBSERVED the VEHICLE TO GET INTO THE TURN LANE AND MAKE A TURN ONTO REGINA BOULEVARD. THE VEHICLE FAILED TO USE A LEFT TURN SIGNAL WHILE MOVING INTO THE TURN LANE AND ALSO WHILE TURNING ONTO REGINA BOULEVARD, AFFECTING THE FLOW OF TRAFFIC OF CITIZENS VEHICLES. I THEN CONDUCTED A TRAFFIC STOP ON the VEHICLE ON REGINA BOULEVARD FOR FAILING TO USE A TURN SIGNAL, AS WELL AS THE DARK WINDOW TINT. I CALLED OUT the TRAFFIC STOP AT 2204 HOURS. I EXITED MY PATROL VEHICLE, AT which TIME I OBSERVED THE DRIVER TO REACH OUT THE WINDOW AND FOLD IN THE DRIVER SIDE MIRROR; THEREFORE, INHIBITING MY SPOTLIGHT FROM ILLUMINATING THE INSIDE OF the VEHICLE. AT THAT TIME, DUE TO NOT BEING ABLE TO SEE INSIDE THE VEHICLE, I YELLED TO the DRIVER TO PLEASE STEP OUT OF the VEHICLE, TO WHICH I GAINED NO RESPONSE. I AGAIN STATED SEVERAL TIMES FOR THE DRIVER TO STEP OUT OF THE VEHICLE WITH NO RESPONSE. I THEN OBSERVED THE DRIVER WINDOW TO GO BACK UP, AT which TIME I COULD NOT SEE ANYTHING THAT WAS GOING ON. I THEN BACKED UP TO MY PATROL VEHICLE because I BELIEVED THE VEHICLE WAS GOING TO FLEE. I THEN BACKED MY PATROL VEHICLE UP TO BE AT A SAFER DISTANCE AND BEGAN UTILIZING MY PATROL VEHICLES PUBLIC ADDRESS (PA) SYSTEM. I GAVE REPEATED COMMANDS OVER THE PUBLIC ADDRESS SYSTEM FOR THE DRIVER TO STEP OUT OF the VEHICLE, TO WHICH I GOT NO RESPONSE. AFTER A SHORT TIME, THE DRIVER ROLLED BACK DOWN the DRIVER WINDOW; HOWEVER, I COULD STILL NOT SEE INSIDE the VEHICLE. I THEN RADIOED DISPATCH and ASKED FOR BACK-UP DUE TO THE DRIVER REFUSING TO FOLLOW MY COMMANDS. AFTER A SHORT TIME, DEPUTY MCGILL (1360) ARRIVED ON SCENE AND STOOD BY MY PASSENGER DOOR. TOGETHER, WE CONTINUED TO GIVE VERBAL COMMANDS FOR THE DRIVER TO STEP OUT, which HE REFUSED. AFTER A SHORT TIME, THE FRONT SEAT PASSENGER/WITNESS, MS WHITNEY PERKINS, STEPPED OUT OF the VEHICLE AND WAS INSTRUCTED BY DEPUTY MCGILL TO WALK BACKWARDS TOWARD HIM, TO which SHE COMPLIED. DEPUTY MCGILL PLACED THE WITNESS IN HANDCUFFS, DETAINING HER, and PLACED HER IN THE REAR SEAT OF HIS PATROL VEHICLE WHILE I CONTINUED TO GIVE VERBAL COMMANDS TO the DRIVER TO PLEASE STEP OUT OF THE VEHICLE. AT THAT TIME, THE DRIVER BEGAN STICKING HIS HEAD OUT THE WINDOW and LOOKING BACK AT ME, STATING THAT HE WAS NOT GOING TO GET OUT OF the VEHICLE. THE DRIVER CONTINUED TO LOOK OUT THE WINDOW AND GO BACK INTO THE VEHICLE NUMEROUS TIMES AND REPEATEDLY KEPT SAYING THAT I WAS SCARED TO COME UP TO HIS WINDOW. I INFORMED THE DRIVER THAT I WOULD NOT BE GOING UP TO HIS WINDOW AND THAT I WAS GIVING HIM A LAWFUL ORDER TO STEP OUT OF HIS VEHICLE OR HE WAS GOING TO BE ARRESTED. AFTER SEVERAL MINUTES OF REPEATEDLY ASKING THE DRIVER TO STEP OUT, I INFORMED HIM THAT HE WAS going TO BE ARRESTED AND THAT A K-9 DEPUTY WAS ON HIS WAY TO THE SCENE. K-9 DEPUTY MILLER (1337) ARRIVED ON SCENE WITH HIS K-9 PARTNER, ANAKIN. DEPUTY MILLER and I GAVE NUMEROUS VERBAL COMMANDS, TELLING THE DRIVER/DEFENDANT, LATER IDENTIFIED AS MR ALGINAVON CLEVELAND, THAT HE WAS UNDER ARREST AND TO STEP OUT OF the VEHICLE. AT THIS TIME, THE DEFENDANT HAD BOTH OF HIS HANDS AND HEAD OUT THE WINDOW TO TALK WITH US and REPEATEDLY STATED THAT HE would NOT GET OUT. THE DEFENDANT CONTINUED TO YELL OBSCENITIES AND CALLED US â€˜BITCH ASS CRACKERS AND STATED WE WERE SCARED TO WALK UP TO HIS WINDOW. DUE TO the DEFENDANT TRYING TO ENTICE US TO HIS WINDOW, WE BELIEVED THAT HE COULD POSSIBLY BE IN POSSESSION OF A WEAPON. DEPUTY MILLER AND I EXPLAINED TO the DEFENDANT NUMEROUS TIMES THAT, IF HE DID NOT STEP OUT OF THE VEHICLE, HE WOULD GET BITTEN BY THE K-9 DOG. DEPUTY MILLER AND I, ALONG WITH HIS K-9 ANAKIN, SLOWLY APPROACHED the VEHICLE WHILE PLEADING WITH the DEFENDANT TO STEP OUT. THE DEFENDANT THEN STATED â€˜YOUR DOG AINT SHIT, IM NOT MOVING. AT THAT TIME, I TOLD DEPUTY MILLER TO SEND K-9 ANAKIN TO APPREHEND THE DEFENDANT. K-9 ANAKIN BIT THE DEFENDANTS ARM THROUGH THE OPEN WINDOW, AT which TIME the DEFENDANT PULLED INSIDE the CAR, LEANED OVER THE GEAR SHIFTER IN the CENTER CONSOLE, and FLOORED the GAS, REVVING THE ENGINE. DEPUTY MILLER WAS ABLE TO OPEN THE DRIVER DOOR, AT which TIME HE RE-SENT K-9 ANAKIN TO APPREHEND the DEFENDANT. K-9 ANAKIN THEN REENGAGED THE DEFENDANT ON HIS LEG AND BEGAN PULLING HIM OUT OF THE VEHICLE. BOTH DEPUTY MILLER AND I HAD OUR GUNS DRAWN IN FEAR THAT THE DEFENDANT WAS GOING TO DRIVE AWAY WITH K-9 ANAKIN OR REACH FOR A WEAPON THAT WE COULD NOT SEE IN THE VEHICLE DUE TO HIS ERRATIC MOVEMENTS. AS K-9 ANAKIN WAS PULLING THE DEFENDANT OUT OF the VEHICLE, THE DEFENDANT BEGAN PUNCHING AND HITTING K-9 ANAKIN ON THE TOP OF HIS HEAD and BODY. K-9 ANAKIN WAS EVENTUALLY ABLE TO PULL THE DEFENDANT OUT OF THE VEHICLE, AT WHICH TIME DEPUTY MILLER REMOVED K-9 ANAKIN FROM the BITE and THE DEFENDANT WAS HANDCUFFED and TAKEN INTO CUSTODY. IT SHOULD BE NOTED THAT THE TIME OF THE TRAFFIC STOP WAS 2204 HOURS AND THE DEFENDANT GIVEN NUMEROUS VERBAL COMMANDS UNTIL HE WAS REMOVED FROM the VEHICLE BY K-9 ANAKIN AT APPROXIMATELY 2219 HOURS. THE DEFENDANT WAS TRANSPORTED TO CITRUS MEMORIAL HOSPITAL WHERE HE WAS LATER CLEARED and TRANSPORTED TO the CITRUS COUNTY DETENTION FACILITY. I ISSUED THE DEFENDANT TWO UNIFORM TRAFFIC CITATIONS, ONE FOR ILLEGAL WINDOW TINT OF 11 PERCENT ON THE FRONT DRIVER AND PASSENGER SIDE WINDOWS, AS WELL AS FAILURE TO USE A TURN SIGNAL; CITATION NUMBERS A3FP79P AND A3FP7AP, RESPECTIVELY. THE WITNESS WAS RELEASED FROM THE SCENE. THE DEFENDANT WAS CHARGED WITH ONE COUNT OF MALICIOUS TOUCH/STRIKE/HARM TO LAW ENFORCEMENT ANIMAL WITH A BOND SET AT $1,000.00 AND ONE COUNT OF RESISTING OFFICER WITHOUT VIOLENCE WITH A BOND SET AT $1,000.00. THE DEFENDANTS TOTAL BOND WAS SET AT $2,000.00, PER THE BOND SCHEDULE.
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Lecanto, FL 34461
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