Police Beat: Saturday, Nov. 17

DUI arrests

Jennifer Dolly Gonzalez, 22, of the 100 block Second Street NE, Golden Gate Estates, was arrested Friday by Collier deputies on near the intersection of Davis Boulevard and Santa Barbara Boulevard.

Yunior R. Cabrera, 31, of the 5200 block Hunter Boulevard, Golden Gate City, was arrested Friday by Collier deputies in the 5200 block Coronado Parkway. He was also charged with possession of cocaine and possession of paraphernalia.

Charles Joseph Teggart, 52, of the block Pringle Lane, Immokalee, was arrested Thursday by Florida Fish and Wildlife on U.S. 41 east of State Road 29. He was charged with a DUI, the third violation in more than 10 years, and driving with a suspended license, second conviction.

Joshua David Brewer, 39, of the 6700 block Beach Resort Drive, East Naples, was arrested Friday by Naples police at 2329 9th St. N. He was charged with DUI with a blood alcohol of .15 or higher.

Battery

Tytoya Natashia Rowles, 32, of 105th Avenue North, North Naples, was arrested Friday by Collier deputies at 5818 Glencove Drive. She was charged with battery on a law enforcement officer and resisting an officer with violence.

Theft

James Edward Packard, 29, of the 100 block Bedzel Circle, East Naples, was arrested Friday by Collier deputies at 4707 Golden Gate Parkway. He was charged with grand theft of a firearm after deputies said he stole the gun while helping a friend move.

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lawndude2 writes:

I still see nothing in the Naples Daily News pertaing to the arrest of Marco Island Doctor Andrew Martin Guidry again and for the seventh arrest since June 9th 2009,I would think this would be a newsworthy item for the people especialy the seniors of Collier County.

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