Marion County Sheriff's reports

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By Jim Clark

The following incidents were reported by the Southwest District of the Marion County Sheriff’s Office this week.

Megan Nicole Blackman, 21, of Hernando, was accused of grand retail theft after she was accused of taking CDs, toys, knives, tire gauges, camera and other small miscellaneous items from Walmart, for a total of $393.81. All items were recovered.

She was booked into the county jail and released about 24 hours later under $2,000 bond.

Donald J. Gould, 24, of Dunnellon, was accused of domestic battery by strangulation, aggravated domestic assault and tampering with a victim after an incident on May 22. He was released the following day on $20,000 bond.

Robert Camacho Fonseca, 42, of Southwest 31st Street, Ocala, was accused of DUI and operating a motor vehicle without an endorsement after he was stopped on Southwest 80th Avenue on his motorcycle after allegedly crossing the center line and nearly striking a patrol vehicle. His breath reportedly registered at .197, .218 and .204.

Dorsey Marie Louth, 45, of Northwest 59th Court, Ocala, was accused of DUI after she was stopped on 103rd Street Road for failing to dim her lights at oncoming traffic. Her breath readings were .156 and .152.