Police beat: Aug. 5, 2012

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Man jumps into car, jumps out when deputies stop it

After unexpectedly jumping into a concerned driver's open window, a 25-year-old East Naples man landed himself in jail.

Cody James Martin, 25, of the 3400 block of Balboa Circle East, was arrested Saturday by Collier County sheriff's deputies after they say he fell out of — or was thrown out of — a black pickup on Airport-Pulling Road near Pinewood Circle.

Martin wore all black, including black tactical pants and combat boots, and carried a handgun, according to sheriff's reports.

After he ended up stranded in the road, Martin flagged down a passing driver, jumped through his open passenger-side window and told him to turn down Poinciana Way.

When deputies stopped the car, Martin jumped out, carrying a fully-loaded 9 mm gun in a holster on his right side with a tactical night light. When he was ordered at gunpoint to put his hands in the air, Martin did and then yelled, "Shooting me," repeatedly.

After he was arrested, deputies noticed he was sweating and he started throwing up. Paramedics arrived on the scene to treat him, but he was uncooperative, spitting in the face of one of them, reports stated.

Martin was taken to the hospital, treated and then booked in the Naples jail.

Martin is charged with battery and openly carrying a weapon.

Domestic violence arrests

Kristi Ann Nielsen, 47, of the 400 block of Grenada Avenue, East Naples, was arrested Saturday by Collier deputies at her home. She's accused of pushing her boyfriend into a wall.

Michelle Jaquette Mungin, 23, of the 500 block of Breezewood Drive, Immokalee, was arrested Saturday by Collier deputies at her home. She's accused of trying to stab her live-in boyfriend, spraying him with lighter fluid and striking him on the back.

DUI arrests

Thomas Edward Lawrence, 59, of the 3600 block of Seventh Avenue Northwest, Golden Gate Estates, was arrested Saturday by Collier deputies at Collier Boulevard and Wolfe Road.

Beatrice Frank, 46, of the 700 block of Rudder Road, Naples, was arrested Friday by Naples police in the 800 block of Mooring Line Drive.

Dean Arnold, 42, of the 4400 block of Yacht Harbor Drive, East Naples, was arrested Saturday by Naples police in the 1100 block of 26th Avenue North.

Jeanna Dawn Courtney, 31, of the 3600 block of Recreation Lane, North Naples, was arrested Friday in the 2100 block of Goodlette-Frank Road North.

Cedric Maurice Jackson, 19, of the 1400 block of Peace Way, Immokalee, was arrested Saturday by Collier deputies at Westclox Street and Boxwood Drive.

Andrew Taylor Pate, 20, of the 4400 block of 32nd Avenue Southwest in Golden Gate, was arrested Friday by Collier deputies in the 6100 block of Pine Ridge Road.

David Vincent Torlone, 50, of the 3000 block of 15th Avenue Southwest, Golden Gate Estates, was arrested by Collier deputies at the 2300 block of Pine Ridge Road.

Craig Turner, 39, of the 1700 block of Knights Court, East Naples, was arrested Saturday by Collier deputies at Kings Lake and Evergreen Lake boulevards.

Grand theft

Carlos E. Gomez-Carvajal, 19, of the 100 block of Pebble Beach Boulevard, East Naples, was arrested on Friday by Naples police at the Coastland Center mall. He's accused of ringing up seven items for a customer at Macy's, then deleting six of them, leaving only a bottle of water paid for. The recovered items were valued at about $465.

Naples police also arrested Daniel Alberto Acosta, 19, of the 9000 block of Bronco Court, East Naples, at the store on Friday. He's accused of asking Gomez-Carvajal to delete items from his transaction at Macy's.

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