Police beat: May 7, 2011 MUG SHOTS

Deputies: Parents partied while kids waited outside bar

Immokalee man accused of fighting deputy

Domestic violence arrests

■ Clifton L. Cornelius, 51, of Miami, was arrested Sunday by Collier deputies at the intersection of U.S. 41 and Rattlesnake Hammock Road. He was accused of punching his son and breaking his windshield with his fist.

■ Julian Plata Sanchez, 31, of the 4700 block of Miraham Drive, Immokalee, was arrested Sunday by Collier deputies at his home. He was accused of slapping his pregnant wife.

■ Cesar Ramosvargas, 21, of the 2400 block of Sanders Pine Circle, Immokalee, was arrested Sunday by Collier deputies at the intersection of West Delaware Avenue and South First Street. He was accused of striking his girlfriend in the back of the head with an unknown object.

Grand theft auto arrest

Candace Katrina Martin, 43, of the 400 block of South Second Street, Immokalee, was arrested Sunday by Collier deputies at the intersection of Oakhaven Circle and Boston Avenue. She was accused of driving a Mitsubishi SUV stolen out of the Fort Myers area. She also faces misdemeanor charges of driving without a valid license and providing false information to a law enforcement officer, and she is named on a warrant for retail theft out of Pennsylvania.

Drug arrest

Ricardo Mendez, 31, of Lehigh Acres, was arrested Sunday by Seminole police at 506 S. First St. He was accused of possession of cocaine with intent to sell and also faces misdemeanor charges of marijuana possession, drug paraphernalia possession and resisting arrest without violence.

DUI arrests

■ Stephanie Ann Hargis, 20, of Fort Myers, was arrested Sunday by Naples police at 350 Seventh St. N. She was also accused of four counts of DUI damage to property or person of another.

■ Sierra Susan Armour, 25, of Cape Coral, was arrested Sunday by Collier deputies at the intersection of Pine Ridge Road and Forest Lakes Boulevard.

■ David M. Surber, 46, of the 3100 block of Beck Boulevard, East Naples, was arrested Sunday by Collier deputies at the intersection of Davis and Collier boulevards.

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