SUPERVISOR: Sgt. J.
CORPORAL: A. Jenkins #1379
RECRUIT OFFICER: L. Dunbar
OFFICER: J. Trzaska #1719
OFFICER: C. Allen #1730
OFFICER: B. Norman #1759
OFFICER: T. Hyde #1783
CAD EVENTS: 68
CASE NUMBER: 201200050
TIME OCCURRED: 1731
Accident – 11304
Lymestone Court – Two vehicles, minor damage, no injuries, hit and run.
CASE NUMBER: 201200051
TIME OCCURRED: 1820
SYNOPSIS: Animal Bite – 684 Mary Avenue (Pettis Park) – A juvenile was bit by a
dog at this location. The dogs were
placed under quarantine. This report was
completed to document the incident.
CASE NUMBER: 201200052
TIME OCCURRED: 1824
– 2112 State Road 44 (Tractor Supply Store) –
A male advised that four males took several items from the store failing
pay for the items and left prior to police arrival. A BOLO was released and the
investigation is on-going.
CASE NUMBER: 201200053
TIME OCCURRED: 1956
SYNOPSIS: Felony Arrest – 400 East 2nd Avenue (Norwoods) – A 25 year old male, Connor W. Veach, was
arrested on the charges of Battery, Vandalism, Carrying a Concealed weapon and
Possession of Fentanyl. He was transported to Advent Health for medical
treatment and then to jail.
CASE NUMBER: 201200054
TIME OCCURRED: 2028
Property – Flagler Avenue and Cooper Street – A
wallet was found at this location and turned into NSBPD for safekeeping. The owner was notified.
CASE NUMBER: 201200055
TIME OCCURRED: 2141
SYNOPSIS: Felony Arrest – 193 North Causeway (Merk’s Bar) – A 22 year old male, Timothy
J. Gooknecht, was arrested for leaving the scene of an accident with property
damage and injuries. He was transported
CASE NUMBER: 201200056
TIME OCCURRED: 2206
SYNOPSIS: Felony Arrest – 611 Greenlawn Street – A 29 year old male, Robert
Sherrod, was arrested for Domestic Battery, Aggravated Assault, Theft, and
Depriving a victim from 911. He was transported to jail.
CASE NUMBER: 201200057
TIME OCCURRED: 0458
SYNOPSIS: Trespass Warning – 2650 North Dixie Freeway (City of New Smyrna Beach Building
Department) – A male was discovered camping on the premise. He was issued a trespass warning and released without incident.