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Impala was hard to follow

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By The Staff

On Feb. 12 a Corridor woman reported her ex-boyfriend came to pick up the rest of his belongings from her S.W. 59th Street home and also took her 2006 Chevrolet Impala. The following day the car was found parked in the driveway of a house on S.E. Maricamp Road. A witness at the home told a sheriff’s deputy the man had left the vehicle there and had been dropped off in Ocklawaha, according to a sheriff’s report.

The car was returned to the owner. But, at approximately 10:30 p.m. Feb. 13, the Impala was gone again. While the suspect was at the house, again collecting the rest of his belongings the 57-year-old woman reported she went to sleep.

When a sheriff’s deputy was dispatched to her home, she was very upset and kept saying, “He did it to me again,” according to a report. When asked for her driver’s license, she reported it was missing from her handbag along with her bank card and pre-paid cell phone.

She went into to her bedroom to check her safe and found it had been pried open. Several pieces of jewelry including diamond earrings, a diamond ring, and a ruby and diamond ring and her wedding band were also missing.

On Feb. 14, a sheriff’s deputy responded to a home on S.E. 131st Place where the missing Impala and the suspect were found.

Christopher Nunemaker, 35, of Ocala, was arrested and charged with auto theft, grand theft and criminal mischief and was taken to the Marion County Jail.

At the time of his arrest, Nunemaker returned a gold heart necklace with blue stone charm, a gold bracelet and small gold heart charm, according to a sheriff’s report.

Burglar scoops cash

from ice cream shop

While doing a security check of 103rd Street Plaza on Feb. 21, a sheriff’s deputy discovered that the rear door to Scoop’s Ice Cream Parlor was partially open, according to a sheriff’s report. A closer look at the door indicated it had been forced open.

Once inside the ice cream shop, the deputy found parts of the store in disarray. When the owner was contacted, he discovered $40 in cash and approximately $50 from charity box was missing. Robber gets $8

for his trouble

On Feb. 23, the Sheriff’s Office was contacted by the Ocala Police Department regarding two cases where the front door glass had been smashed out at area businesses, according to a sheriff’s report.

While a deputy was doing a security check in Friendship Center, at approximately 2 a.m., he discovered the front door at Lorenzo’s Kuchina had been shattered. The cash register had been stolen from the restaurant, but the suspect only got away with $8 in coins.