Lecanto Arrest Records for Inmate ROBERT WILLIAM BALLARD
Lecanto Arrest Records for Inmate ROBERT WILLIAM BALLARD
ROBERT WILLIAM BALLARD Arrest Details
Lecanto (Citrus County) FL Jail Arrest Details
|Date of Birth:||10/17/1994|
|Street Address:||8880 W GLENVALE CT|
|Arrest Date & Time:||3/11/2020 10:35:00 PM|
|Probable Cause Affidavit|
SUBMITTED By: VANSCOY, ETHAN 1438 (AR20-37833) DID UNLAWFULLY AND INTENTIONALLY THREATEN BY WORD OR ACT TO DO VIOLENCE TO THE VICTIM, DEPUTY WHIRLE (1329), a LAW ENFORCEMENT OFFICER, against the will of that person while knowing that the said OFFICER was engaged in a lawful performance of HER legal duties, in violation of Florida Statute 784.07(2); DID UNLAWFULLY AND INTENTIONALLY THREATEN BY WORD OR ACT TO DO VIOLENCE TO THE VICTIM, SERGEANT ANSTEAD (0459), a LAW ENFORCEMENT OFFICER, against the will of that person while knowing that the said OFFICER was engaged in a lawful performance of HER legal duties, in violation of Florida Statute 784.07(2); DID UNLAWFULLY AND INTENTIONALLY THREATEN BY WORD OR ACT TO DO VIOLENCE TO THE VICTIM, DEPUTY VANSCOY (1438), a LAW ENFORCEMENT OFFICER, against the will of that person while knowing that the said OFFICER was engaged in a lawful performance of HIS legal duties, in violation of Florida Statute 784.07(2). ON 031120 AT 2142 HOURS, I WAS DISPATCHED TO THE WINDMILL SELF STORAGE LOCATED AT 2297 WEST GULF TO LAKE HIGHWAY IN LECANTO, IN REFERENCE TO A HIT AND RUN ACCIDENT WITH INJURY. WHILE EN ROUTE, DISPATCH ADVISED THE SUSPECT VEHICLE IN THE HIT AND RUN WAS LOCATED JUST ACROSS THE STREET FROM THE WINDMILL SELF STORAGE. UPON MY ARRIVAL, DEPUTY WHIRLE (1329) AND SERGEANT ANSTEAD (0459) WERE ALREADY ON SCENE AND HAD MADE CONTACT WITH MR ROBERT BALLARD, WHO WAS LATER IDENTIFIED AS THE DEFENDANT. I THEN STOOD BY WITH SERGEANT ANSTEAD, DEPUTY WHIRLE, AND THE DEFENDANT WHILE WAITING FOR FHP (FLORIDA HIGHWAY PATROL) TO ARRIVE ON SCENE TO SPEAK TO THE DEFENDANT IN REFERENCE TO THE ACCIDENT. WHILE STANDING THERE, THE DEFENDANT BEGAN TO STATE THAT WE DID NOT KNOW HOW TO DO OUR JOBS AND WE WERE â€˜USELESS COPS WHO HAVE NO EDUCATION. THE DEFENDANT CONTINUED TO YELL PROFANITIES AT ALL DEPUTIES ON SCENE AND TO DEESCALATE THE SITUATION WE MOVED OURSELVES A FEW STEPS AWAY FROM THE DEFENDANT IN HOPES THAT HE WOULD CALM DOWN. THE DEFENDANT CONTINUED TO YELL PROFANITIES AT US AND AT ONE POINT STATED â€˜THESE WOMEN COPS ARE FUCKING USELESS. THE DEFENDANT THEN TURNED AND FACED US AND FIRST POINTED AT DEPUTY WHIRLE, STATING â€˜IM GOING TO KICK YOUR ASS. THE DEFENDANT SLIGHTLY TURNED TOWARDS SERGEANT ANSTEAD AND WHILE POINTING AT HER STATED â€˜IM GOING TO KICK YOUR ASS, AND THEN TURNED AND POINTED AT THIS DEPUTY, STATING â€˜IM GOING TO KICK YOUR ASS. WHEN THE DEFENDANT STATED THESE THREATS HE WAS SEATED ON THE GROUND AND MADE WHAT APPEARED TO BE AN ATTEMPT TO STAND UP TOWARDS US IN ATTEMPT TO CARRY OUT THESE THREATS. AT THAT TIME, SERGEANT ANSTEAD AND I ADVISED THE DEFENDANT HE WAS GOING TO BE PLACED UNDER ARREST FOR ASSAULT ON A LAW ENFORCEMENT OFFICER. I GRABBED HIS LEFT ARM AND PLACED A HANDCUFF ON HIS LEFT WRIST. THE DEFENDANT THEN BEGAN TO PASSIVELY RESIST BY NOT MOVING AND REFUSING TO PLACE HIS RIGHT HAND BEHIND HIS BACK. THE DEFENDANT THEN BEGAN TO ACTIVELY RESIST BY ATTEMPTING TO PULL AWAY AND THEN ROLLED HIMSELF ONTO HIS FACE ON THE GROUND AND TUCKED HIS RIGHT ARM UNDERNEATH HIS STOMACH. FHP TROOPER WELLS ARRIVED ON SCENE AND ASSISTED WITH GRABBING THE DEFENDANTS RIGHT ARM AND PLACING IT BEHIND HIS BACK, WHERE I WAS ABLE TO SECURE HIM IN HANDCUFFS (DOUBLE LOCKED). TROOPER WELLS AND I THEN ESCORTED THE DEFENDANT TO TROOPER WELLS PATROL VEHICLE. WHILE SEARCHING THE DEFENDANTS POCKETS, THE DEFENDANT CONTINUED TO PUSH AND PULL AWAY FROM TROOPER WELLS AND I. DURING THE ENTIRE INCIDENT I COULD SMELL THE ODOR OF AN ALCOHOLIC BEVERAGE EMITTING FROM THE DEFENDANTS PERSON, WHICH MADE ME BELIEVE HE WAS UNDER THE INFLUENCE OF ALCOHOL. THE DEFENDANT WAS THEN SEATED AND SECURED IN THE REAR SEAT OF TROOPER WELLSS PATROL VEHICLE AND TRANSPORTED TO THE CITRUS COUNTY DETENTION FACILITY FOR BOOKING AND PROCESSING. I CHARGED THE DEFENDANT WITH THREE COUNTS OF ASSAULT ON A LAW ENFORCEMENT OFFICER WITH A BOND OF $3,000.00 ($1,000.00 PER COUNT), PER THE BOND SCHEDULE.
Citrus County Detention Facility
Lecanto, FL 34461
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