Marianna Crime

Marianna Crime

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Recent Crime News

  • Marianna Police Need Your Help with a Burglary Case

    Friday Aug 28 | via RickeyStokesNews.com 

    On 08/26/2015 officers with the Marianna Police Department responded to the report of a burglary at Golson Elementary School. While reviewing the CCTV footage from the school a black male and female can be seen driving a silver Chrysler 200 up to the rear of the school.

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  • Elementary School Burglary

    Friday Aug 28 | via WTVY Dothan 

    On 08/26/2015 officers with the Marianna Police Department responded to the report of a burglary at Golson Elementary School. While reviewing the CCTV footage from the school a black male and female can be seen driving a silver Chrysler 200 up to the rear of the school.

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  • Jackson County Sheriff's Office seeks 1 in home inva...

    Thursday Aug 6 | via Washington County News 

    Jackson County investigators are actively seeking a white male wanted in connection with a home invasion that took place early Thursday morning. Deputies with the Jackson County Sheriff's Office responded to a report of a home invasion at a residence in the 3400 block of Hickory Hill Drive in Marianna shortly after midnight The victim advised dispatchers she had been shot in the leg during the attempted home invasion.

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  • Marianna Woman Recovering After Home Invasion

    Thursday Aug 6 | via WJHG-TV Panama City 

    Around midnight last night, Jackson County Sheriff's Office received a 911 call in reference to a home invasion robbery on Hickory Hill Drive in Marianna. According to the victim, she heard a noise outside of someone trying to gain entry into her home and decided to arm herself with a small caliber handgun.

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  • Woman Fights Off Home Invader

    Thursday Aug 6 | via WTVY Dothan 

    On August 06, 2015 at approximately 12:00 am, the Jackson County Sheriff's Office received a 911 call in reference to a home invasion robbery that had occurred at the 3400 block of Hickory Hill Drive, Marianna, Florida. The victim advised JCSO dispatch that she had been shot in the leg during the attempted home invasion.

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Marianna Law

Can you get state probation for a dui with serious bodily harm after violating county probation?
My boyfriend was in an accient that caused him to violate his county probation and one of his passengers had to have facial reconstruction surgery. The passenger is fine now, and we are very thankful for that. My boyfriend was also at the end of his probation with all fines paid and everything required was done. We were waiting for someone to tell us he was off. We have three small children at home. Is there anyway we can avoid him going to prison, and coming home? We will take anything other than prison. We just want him home.
DUI with Serious Bodily Injury is a felony and so a person on probation would be on state probation. It's odd that he...
Probation for driving while license suspended havent paid probation time is up what will they do
conditions of probation was to pay outstanding ticket, pay court cost and get back my license. i have only paid one forth of the court cost and nothing else. time is up. i know i will get a warrent for my arrest, but many months in jail will the judge give me?
You are liable for the amount of the probation generally. If this is a minor traffic offense...go and ask for more...
Is there a statue of limition on a dui indictment that happen in Ny in 1979?
information is needed for a job
Statute of limitations is for something else. If an employer is asking you a criminal history, they want to see if you...
Does state law trump hospital policies regarding legal blood draw in a DUI manslaughter suspect?
Last year I obtained a blood sample on a patient who was the driver in a car crash that resulted in a fatality on scene. (I'm an RN). The patient verbally opposed the blood draw, but the highway patrol showed me a search warrant signed by a judge. Our hospital policies only speak to blood draws with signed consent, however I believe that would only pertain in cases not involving vehicular homicide. Would the language of our hospital policies show that the I was in violation of hospital procedures and disqualify the evidence from the case? I have been subpoenaed and I'm nervous.
Not with a judges order, consent with an alternate route of admissibility for the blood, but with the warrant that's...
In the state of Florida, what happens if the police are unable to locate someone to serve them with a summons to appear for dui
A friend of mine has pending dui charges due to an accident where they took a blood sample. The test results came back and they set up a court date and issued a summons to appear, but they are unable to locate the person to serve them with the summons.
Generally speaking, a warrant would be issued for their arrest and the defendant would become a fugitive from the law.
Is a first Florida DUI offense considered a "serious misdemeanor"?
I was charged and convicted for first time DUI in Tampa, FL in 2013. No crash, damage or injuries my BAC was 0.13/0.14. Got the minimum sentence (revocation, fines, CS, DUI school) with no jail time (except for the 8 hrs after arrest) and I completed everything within 6 months. I am about to graduate with a PhD and I am applying for faculty tenure track position in a University in California. The online application form asks the following question "have you ever been convicted of a felony or serious misdemeanor?" As you can see my struggle is with the design "serious." Even after reading other online posts i am still not sure how to answer without being dishonest. Thanks in advance.
This is not a criminal defense question; It is an administrative / regulatory / licensing question, and no lawyer can...
My younger brother and I got MIPs while we were visiting Sandestin, Florida. The officers didn't never saw us with alcohol.
The cops took my fake ID but didn't charge me for it. My younger brother didn't have a fake ID. They saw us walking out of a bar and stopped us. We were both given MIPs. We were never breathalyzed and no other form of sobriety test was performed. Is it safe for me to fight my MIP charge? Or will they just pin me for a fake ID with the evidence that they already seized? My deadline is September 9th.
If you were never in possession of alcohol the state can't prove you were in possession of alcohol (assuming you didn't...