Police Beat: Friday, May 3, 2013

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A 38-year-old woman fired a shotgun at the feet of a boy walking on property near her house Thursday, Collier sheriff’s deputies said.

Ruby Inez Johns, whose address isn’t listed, faces a single charge of aggravated assault with a deadly weapon without intent to kill following her arrest.

Witnesses said Johns fired a shotgun once after shouting at a 17-year-old walking on the easement between her house and another home. The shot came as the teen was leaving the property, deputies said.

Johns told deputies the 17-year-old refused to leave, prompting her to fire a shot at a nearby tree, an arrest report said.

Johns remained in jail Friday evening with no bond set.

Drug arrests

■ Dontez Bayette Clark, 19, of New Boston, Mich., was arrested by Collier deputies Thursday near the 5600 block of Radio Road. He faces a cocaine possession charge.

■ Edwin Ramos, 36, of the 1000 block of Anglers Cove, Marco Island, was arrested by Marco Island police Thursday near the 200 block of South Collier Boulevard. He faces a controlled substance possession charge.

■ Cordvan Xavier Redden, 27, of the 200 block of South First Street, Immokalee, was arrested by Collier deputies Thursday near Colorado Avenue and South First Street. He faces charges of selling cocaine and cocaine possession with intent to sell.

DUI arrests

■ Carlos Alberto Gonzalez, 22, of an unlisted block on Tangerine Street, Immokalee, was arrested by Seminole police Thursday near Seminole Crossing and Koowaychobee Trail.

■ Jason Albert May, 42, of the 8900 block of Lely Island Circle, East Naples, was arrested by Collier deputies Thursday near mile marker 105 of Interstate 75.

■ Derek Lynn Tilley, 30, of Pearland, Texas, was arrested by Florida Highway Patrol troopers Thursday near U.S. 41 and 10th Avenue North.

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