Marion County Sheriff's reports

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Marion Oaks ATM damaged

By Jim Clark

An ATM at the Marion Oaks Bank of America was burglarized sometime between Monday night and Tuesday morning this week, but no money was taken.

According to Sheriff’s reports, the bank reported the burglary at 4:49 a.m. Tuesday. A surveillance video shows two males wearing ski masks, forcefully entering a drive-thru ATM with what appeared to be a crow bar. The damage caused is estimated at about $5,000 and the ATM will likely need to be replaced. The suspects were not able to retrieve any money.

One suspect was wearing blue jeans and a white t-shirt and the other was wearing jeans and a black long-sleeve sweatshirt. Both had masks. The video also showed the suspects possibly leaving in a white minivan.

Anyone with information regarding these suspects’ identity or whereabouts should call the Sheriff’s Office at 732-9111 or Crime Stoppers at 368-STOP.

In other Marion County Sheriff’s reports:

Naomi Dawn Perry, 29, of Southeast 10th Street, was accused of DUI, possession of marijuana and possession of paraphernalia the afternoon of May 1.

According to the report, Perry was reported as a former employee of Chili’s who would not leave the parking lot. The deputy observed her travel slowly but not able to control the car as it pulled into spaces and almost ran over the cement barrier. After she allegedly failed the field sobriety test, the officer discovered a lighter and a ceramic pipe, which was filled with a green leafy substance and field tested positive for marijuana.

According to the officer, the woman said, “I’ve been trying to come off methadone a little at a time, this medicine causes me to be a little out of whack.”

At the jail she provided a urine sample.

Stevie Allen Mullins, 27, of Southwest 105th Street, was accused of possession of marijuana less than 20 grams after he was stopped and questioned while deputies were searching for another burglary suspect.

Rebeccah Rose Dugan, of North Peachtree Way, Citrus Springs, was accused of retail petit theft after she allegedly placed several items in the bottom of her shopping cart and covered them with a large bag of dog food. She set off the alarm while leaving the store and was detained. Value of the items was $267.87.

Jason Anthony Cangelosi, 37, of Southwest 104th Street, was accused od DUI and criminal driving while license suspended or revoked on April 29 after being stopped for allegedly traveling 68 mph in a 45 mph zone on Southwest 49th Avenue. After allegedly failing a field sobriety test, he gave a sample of his breath which registered .141 and .158. The legal limit is .08.

A vehicle parked at Walmart was reportedly burglarized on April 27 and a backpack was taken. The owner said the vehicle may have been unlocked.