Sunday, June 26, 2016

Brevard County Arrest Mugshots June 26, 2016



Miranda Betty Ellen Bentley
White/Female DOB:03/17/1982
Address:Palm Bay, FLORIDA
Arrest Location:, Cocoa
FTA Felony



MARLON BRANDOW
Black of African American/Male DOB:07/25/1983
Address:Cocoa, FLORIDA
Arrest Location:, Cocoa
Out of County Arrest Warrant



Nina D Burney
Black of African American/Female DOB:12/21/1982
Arrest Location:, Melbourne
Battery Domestic Viol



Kimberly Carol Clyburn
White/Female DOB:02/02/1990
Address:Titusville, FLORIDA
Arrest Location:, Titusville
Retail Theft



JASON WILLIAM COLE
White/Male DOB:11/29/1977
Address:Satellite Beach, FLORIDA
Arrest Location:, Melbourne
No Driver License-Never Had One



Stacey Michelle Cummings
White/Female DOB:05/04/1984
Address:Barefoot Bay, FLORIDA
Arrest Location:, Barefoot Bay
Battery Domestic Viol


Justin Lee Denning
White/Male DOB:10/29/1984
Address:Melbourne Beach, FLORIDA
Arrest Location:, Melbourne
DWLS W/Knowledge 1st Offense
Marijuana - Possession <20 Gr
Poss/Use Drug Parapernalia
Controlled Substance - Poss WO Prescription
Fail to Register Mtr Veh



Anthony John Deroma
White/Male DOB:07/28/1985
Address:Melbourne, FLORIDA
Arrest Location:, Palm Bay
DUI
Controlled Substance - Possession Listed 893.03
VOP On Site
Poss/Use Drug Parapernalia



Blaze M Devine
White/Male DOB:06/16/1990
Address:Titusville, FLORIDA
Arrest Location:, COCOA
Battery Domestic Viol



Joshua David Dittiger
White/Male DOB:01/25/1988
Address:Melbourne, FLORIDA
Arrest Location:, Melbourne
Battery Domestic Viol


Vince Edwards
Black of African American/Male DOB:07/06/1965
Address:ROCKLEDGE, FLORIDA
Arrest Location:, Titusville
Retail Theft
VOP On Site


EDWARD FISHMON
Black of African American/Male DOB:11/29/1993
Address:Titusville, FLORIDA
Arrest Location:, Titusville
Controlled Substance - Poss WO Prescription
Poss Drug Paraphernalia/Equipment



Rontra Lamonte Flowers
Black of African American/Male DOB:03/30/1974
Address:Rockledge, FLORIDA
Arrest Location:, Rockledge
Agg Battery W Deadly Weapon
Agg Assault W/Deadly Weapon WO Intent Kill
Contribute Delinquency of Child
VOP On Site
Poss Firearm/Weapon/Ammo by Convicted Felon



Nicholas Ford
Black of African American/Male DOB:06/10/1991
Address:Cocoa, FLORIDA
Arrest Location:, ROCKLEDGE
Flee W/Disregard of Safety to Persons/Prop
Reckless Driving
Child Neglect WO Great Bodily Harm


JUSTIN RYAN FOX
White/Male DOB:02/09/1982
Address:Palm Bay, FLORIDA
Arrest Location:, Satellite Beach
Cocaine - Possession
Poss/Use Drug Parapernalia



JOHN DAVID GARRISON
White/Male DOB:01/15/1952
Address:Melbourne Beach, FLORIDA
Arrest Location:, Melbourne
Flee/Elude LEO With Lights/Siren
Retail Theft



Jon Adam Gleman
White/Male DOB:01/23/1978
Address:Titusville, FLORIDA
Arrest Location:, Titusville
Simple Asslt Intent Threat To Do Violence
Battery Domestic Viol



Joshua A Gunderson
White/Male DOB:11/07/1970
Address:Titusville, FLORIDA
Arrest Location:, Titusville
Scheme to Defraud - False Pretenses >$50K
Retail Theft
VOP On Site


Georgianne Hargrove
White/Female DOB:12/14/1961
Address:Melbourne, FLORIDA
Arrest Location:, Melbourne Beach
Battery - Felony
Resist Officer WO Viol




Wardelle V Hughes
Black of African American/Male DOB:02/22/1978
Address:Knoxville, TENNESSEE
Arrest Location:, Cocoa Beach
Battery Domestic Viol



Michael Merritt Jervis
White/Male DOB:08/29/1971
Address:Titusville, FLORIDA
Arrest Location:, Merritt Island
DUI >0.15 1st Offense OR DUI W Pers <18 in Veh 1st Offense



Joseph Wayne Johnson
White/Male DOB:10/09/1976
Address:Cocoa, FLORIDA
Arrest Location:, Titusville
Retail Theft



Thang Lam Khual
Asian/Male DOB:10/05/1981
Address:Merritt Island, FLORIDA
Arrest Location:, Merritt Island
Battery Domestic Viol



Rex Allen Laird
White/Male DOB:12/26/1966
Address:Melbourne, FLORIDA
Arrest Location:, Melbourne
Battery Domestic Viol



Shawn Steven Lomas
White/Male DOB:08/31/1988
Address:West Melbourne, FLORIDA
Arrest Location:, Cocoa
Non Support of Children or Spouse



Steven Andrew Meyer
White/Male DOB:10/28/1982
Address:Barefoot Bay, FLORIDA
Arrest Location:, PALM BAY
Loitering & Prowling



Georgina Marielyn Miller
White/Female DOB:08/17/1984
Address:Titusville, FLORIDA
Arrest Location:, Titusville
Burgl Occup Dwell Unarmed



Bruce Edward Mims
Black of African American/Male DOB:02/26/1983
Address:Palm Bay, FLORIDA
Arrest Location:, Cocoa
VOP Felony




BRYAN THOMAS MOHL
White/Male DOB:10/18/1987
Address:BROOKLYN, MARYLAND
Arrest Location:, Cocoa
Viol Injunction Protection Domestic Viol



Bryan Anthony Oliphant
White/Male DOB:10/29/1977
Address:Cocoa, FLORIDA
Arrest Location:, Cocoa
Battery by Strangulation Domestic Viol
VOP Felony



Lisa Sue Parker
White/Female DOB:01/19/1969
Address:Palm Bay, FLORIDA
Arrest Location:, Palm Bay
Refuse to Submit DUI Test After License Susp




Kris A. Piazza
White/Female DOB:08/12/1965
Address:West Melbourne, FLORIDA
Arrest Location:, West Melbourne
Petit Theft 2nd Deg Shoplifting 3rd Subsq Offense
VOP On Site



Genny Lynn Roberts
White/Female DOB:12/31/1992
Address:Palm Bay, FLORIDA
Arrest Location:, Satellite Beach
FTA Misdemeanor
Cocaine - Possession




Jeffrey Rowland
Black of African American/Male DOB:02/08/1986
Address:Cocoa, FLORIDA
Arrest Location:, Titusville
Burgl Occup Dwell Unarmed
Lewd Lasc Molest Offender >18 Child<12
Assault LEO Firefighter EMT Etc.
Resist Officer WO Viol
Battery



Tiffany Marie Ruiz-Rodriguez
White/Female DOB:11/16/1992
Address:Titusville, FLORIDA
Arrest Location:, Titusville
Battery Domestic Viol




JOHN ROBERT RYASKO
White/Male DOB:10/31/1945
Address:Melbourne, FLORIDA
Arrest Location:, Melbourne
Petit Theft 2nd Deg Other Larcency 1st Offense



Erin Marie Sanders
White/Female DOB:02/08/1986
Address:Palm Bay, FLORIDA
Arrest Location:, Palm Bay
Battery Domestic Viol




David Nicholas Sanon
Black of African American/Male DOB:12/25/1989
Address:Melbourne, FLORIDA
Arrest Location:, Port Canaveral
Criminal Mischief <$200
Battery



Timothy Wayne Walker
Black of African American/Male DOB:12/09/1988
Arrest Location:, Merritt Island
Marijuana - Possession <20 Gr
Heroin - Possess W Intent Sell Mfg or Deliver Sch I



WILLIE WEATHERSPOON
Black of African American/Male DOB:07/13/1974
Address:MIAMI, FLORIDA
Arrest Location:, Cocoa
Heroin - Conspiracy to Traffic




Roderick Findea White
Black of African American/Male DOB:02/06/1994
Address:Cocoa, FLORIDA
Arrest Location:, Cocoa
VOP Misdemeanor




Jessica Bell Williams
Black of African American/Female DOB:04/12/1994
Address:Titusville, FLORIDA
Arrest Location:, Titusville
Battery Domestic Viol



Lutreana Andrea Woulard
Black of African American/Female DOB:08/13/1959
Address:Vero Beach, FLORIDA
Arrest Location:, West Melbourne
Grand Theft Shoplifting >300 <5K

Shark Week 2016: Discovery Channel Episode Schedule

Discovery Channel's Shark Week 2016 Begins Tonight


SHARK WEEK, television's longest running must-see summer TV event, returns to Discovery Channel on Sunday, June 26, 2016 at 8 PM EDT with Tiger Beach followed by Return of the Monster Mako at 9 PM and Isle of Jaws at 10 PM.

In Tiger Beach, researchers try to learn where tiger sharks mate, females gestate, and finally give birth, by tagging and tracking 40 individuals across a shallow area off the Bahamas called Tiger Beach. In Return of the Monster Mako, scientists capture live predation of a thousand-pound mako shark, the fastest shark species in the world.  Later on Sunday night, SHARK WEEK leaves the Atlantic and heads to the Neptune Islands off South Australia in Isle of Jaws where there is a large concentration of great white sharks near an uncharted island.


2016 SHARK WEEK schedule:


Sunday, June 26, 2016

8 PM Tiger Beach
9 PM Return of the Monster Mako
10 PM Isle of Jaws
11 PM Shark After Dark


Monday, June 27, 2016


7 Isle of Jaws: Sharkopedia version



8 PM Shallow Water Invasion - Using a self-propelled shark cage called "The Explorer", marine biologists Mauricio Hoyos and Grant Johnson will investigate a recent discovery at Guadalupe Island – great whites moving into shallow waters at night.  This movement shows that sharks entering shallow water are normal behavior – which would account for some of the shark encounters happening with greater frequency in the shallows along coastlines.


9 PM Jaws of the Deep - Marine biologist Greg Skomal and the REMUS SharkCam team return to Guadalupe to find the world’s largest great white shark, Deep Blue. This time, they deploy two robot subs: one that dives to 300 feet, and another that goes to 2000.  Together, they build a profile of how the great white uses the entire water column. The team uncovers hunting techniques and strategies great whites use to ambush their prey – and film a great white’s attack on the sub!

10 PM Sharks Among Us - Shark encounters are increasing around the globe. The solutions to deal with the public’s growing anxiety range from culling to using nets and drumlins – all of which kill sharks.  Dr. Craig O’Connell believes he has developed a system that will prove once and for all that sharks and people can peacefully coexist – and live!

11 PM Shark After Dark




Tuesday, June 28, 2016

8 PM Isle of Jaws: Sharkopedia version

9 PM Wrath of a Great White Serial Killer - A newcomer has taken residence in the waters of the Pacific Northwest… the great white shark. Shark expert Ralph Collier and Brandon McMillian seek answers to the main questions in this case – why are great white sharks traveling so far north and why are these encounters focused on this one particular place?

10 PM Air Jaws Night Stalker - Famed shark photographer Chris Fallows embarks on his 8th Air Jaws adventure with shark expert Jeff Kurr and shark biologist Neil Hammerschlag as they discover how great white sharks hunt in total darkness. Narrated by Lena Headey (“Game of Thrones”), it turns out that great whites can hunt effectively with or without any sun or moonlight – but how do they do that?

11 PM Shark After Dark


Wednesday, June 29, 2016

8 PM Wrath of a Great White Serial Killer: Sharkopedia version


9 PM Deadliest Sharks - Using cutting-edge research and thrilling historical evidence, Dr. Michael Domeier and Dr. Barry Bruce go looking for rare oceanic white tip sharks, to see if the species deserve the reputation as the “World’s Deadliest Shark.” History says they are – and when the scientists dive in the Bahamas and off Hawaii, they’re spooked by this very dangerous shark.


10 PM Sharks vs. Dolphins: Face Off - Sharks and dolphins have shared the ocean for ages, but only recently, scientists have begun to understand the true nature of the relationship between these two masters of the sea. It’s hostile, and dangerous, mainly for dolphins.  Dolphins would rather eat fish and swim with humans; sharks would rather eat dolphins and anything they can sink their teeth into.  Dr. Mike Heithaus and his team bring new research that may solve why sharks attack dolphins far more than we ever knew.

11 PM Shark After Dark


Thursday, June 30, 2016

8 PM Tiger Beach: Sharkopedia version


9 PM Nuclear Sharks - Grandson to legendary underwater explorer and filmmaker Jacques Cousteau, Philippe Cousteau, and his wife Ashlan Gorse Cousteau travel with marine biologist Luke Tipple to Bikini Atoll to explore a marine environment once destroyed by nuclear testing during the Cold War. The nuclear devices detonated across the atoll vaporized two islands and destroyed everything living.  Today, nature has proved resilient and restored the marine ecosystem, re-populating the atoll with reef sharks.   But since reef sharks are considered non-migratory, where did they come from?  Tagging shows that grey reef sharks are capable of traveling much longer distances than previously thought, and we may have discovered just how these sharks repopulated Bikini Atoll after the nuclear blasts.

10 PM Jungle Shark - Marine biologist Dr. Craig O’Connell and Andy Casagrande travel up the Serena River in the rainforests of Costa Rica to try and find out why young bull sharks swim up the river, and how they avoid the 12-14’ American crocodiles living there.  O’Connell deduces the sharks smell the crocs and creates a first-of-its-kind croc scent-based bull shark repellant – and SHARK WEEK reveals a possible important discovery that could save human lives.

11 PM Shark After Dark


Friday, July 1, 2016


8 PM Deadliest Sharks: Sharkopedia version


9 PM Shark Bait - There’s been a war going on between seal and great whites for millions of years. Now there's a new battleground on the map called Cape Cod.  It’s different in every way from the usual rocky islands where sharks and seals usually face off in other parts of the world. The great whites have had to learn new ways to hunt seals here. Dr. Greg Skomal and his team wonder, what are the sharks doing here, how do they get here, and how do more sharks learn of Cape Cod’s bounty of seals? And more importantly: if the number of seals and sharks continue to increase at the present rate, what's the future?


10 PM Blue Serengeti - Famed marine biologist and shark expert Barbara Block has been studying the white sharks off of California for more than 27 years. Now, with breakthrough camera technology and tracking technology, she’s giving scientists and viewers a portrait of a formerly unseen domain.  She calls it the Blue Serengeti – it’s a vast, rich, and hidden world, now more visible thanks to new camera tags deployed on both predator and prey.


Saturday, July 2, 2016


8 PM Jungle Shark: Sharkopedia version



9 PM Sharksanity - Discovery Channel scours the seas to bring you the greatest moments from SHARK WEEK 2016!  Only the closest calls, biggest bites, and greatest gadgets made the cut! Then, they're revealing your top picks for the best of SHARK WEEK history.


10 PM Shallow Water Invasion: Sharkopedia version


Sunday, July 3, 2016


8 PM Return of the Monster Mako: Sharkopedia version



9 PM The Killing Games - Dr. Jonathan Werry and shark cinematographer Andy Casagrande travel to a special location in South Australia to research a new great white hunting strategy, where they no longer wait for seals to enter the ocean - they come out of the water and snatch them from the shore! But is this unique to Australia?  It isn’t; sharks are smarter than we thought and can learn new things when there’s food involved.


Photo and video credit: Discovery Channel