Police Beat: Saturday, April 14, 2012 - MUG SHOTS

Grand theft arrest

■ Amanda Marie Juhl, 23, of the 2800 block of Tiburon Boulevard, North Naples, was arrested Friday by Collier deputies at the Naples Jail Center. Juhl originally was arrested April 5 after she was accused of stealing a man's wallet at the beach and using his credit card. The most recent count was added, investigators said, when they seized additional suspected stolen items from Juhl's home, including an iPod taken from Vanderbilt Beach in early April.

Domestic violence arrests

■ Melissa Kaywell, 31, of the 3500 block of Seagrape Avenue, East Naples, was arrested Thursday by Collier deputies. She is accused of sexually forcing herself on a romantic partner and hitting the woman in the face. Kaywell faces one count of misdemeanor battery.

■ Jeffrey Myers, 47, of the 600 block of Charlemagne Boulevard, East Naples, was arrested Friday by Collier deputies. Investigators allege Myers' wife hit her head on a night stand after he shoved her off the bed. He then flipped a mattress on top of her, according to an arrest report. He faces a misdemeanor battery charge.

■ Robert McClure, 37, of the 3800 block of 50th Avenue Northeast, Golden Gate Estates, was arrested Friday by Collier deputies. He is accused of punching his 62-year-old father in the face and breaking two cell phones in the home so they couldn't be used to call law enforcement. McClure faces felony charges of battery charge and obstruction of justice.

Drug arrest

■ Norma Jean McNeal, 73, of the 9100 block of Chula Vista Boulevard, East Naples, was arrested Friday by Collier deputies. She faces two felony controlled substance charges after investigators said she obtained prescription anxiety medication from a pharmacy by pretending to work for a physician.

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