Marion County Sheriff's reports

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By Jim Clark

An Ocala woman who breached security at On Top of the World was arrested and charged with possession of drug paraphernalia, trespass and disturbance, disorderly conduct.

According to a Sheriff’s report, Tiphanie Blue Whigham, 30, of Northeast Osceola Avenue, ignored a security guard who refused her request for admittance at about 2 p.m. on Monday, April 19, and drove to the OTOW community Center. A crack pipe was found in plain view on her dashboard, and she allegedly admitted it was hers, using a loud voice that officers said disturbed golfers and those entering the center.

A passenger in her car was passed out, and eventually gave an interview. He was not arrested.

 A 32-year-old man was arrested on charges of battery of a person over 65 and felony criminal mischief. Geoffrey A. Cape of the Oak Trace Subdivision was accused of getting into an argument and knocking down a woman in whose house he lives, but has no domestic relationship.

Mark Henry Teeple, 41, of E. Lake Park Drive, Hernando, was accused of felony domestic battery after an incident in Florida Highlands.

Curtis Alvin Alexis, 32, of Southwest 44th Circle, Ocala, was accused of DUI after being stopped for speeding in the 9900 block of State Road 200. He allegedly failed a field sobriety test and was taken to jail, where his breath results were .102 and .108.

Autumn Lee Wallace, 53, of Southwest 62nd Court, was arrested for DUI after she was stopped at Southwest 66th Street and Southwest 60th Court. She had been interviewed 30 minutes earlier about a burglary at her home. At the jail, her breath samples registered .313 and .308, nearly four times the legal limit of .08.