Marko Milosavljevic (32) was booked early Saturday on a felony battery charge, after an arrest by Boca Raton city police. His reported address is in the Vista Verde neighborhood between St. Andrews and Powerline.
We see a substantial history for Mr. Milosavljevic with five previous felony arrests. Back in May of this year he was arrested on three charges including driving with a suspended license and a fraud felony involving false identification. That incident occurred in December of 2013. He was sentenced to one day in jail for that.
Earlier in 2013 he was convicted of driving with a suspended license and got 60 days in jail. That sentence ran “concurrent” with the four month sentence he got for an earlier felony incident in 2013, where he was convicted of four counts including unlawfully carrying a concealed firearm and discharging a firearm in public. He got four months on that set.
Back in 2010 he had another felony case involving trespassing and domestic battery. He got a year probation on that one which he completed successfully. Court records also show 91 days of jail time, but it’s not clear if he actually served that time.
In 2003 he had a misdemeanor case involving charges of reckless driving causing injury (dropped) and culpable negligence (convicted), and also a DUI conviction. It looks like the culpable negligence incident was originally charged as a felony battery and reduced. Also in 2003 he was convicted of two felony burglary counts and got 3 years probation.
And in 2002 we see another felony incident for carrying a concealed firearm, armed burglary and grand theft of a firearm.
Broward court records also show another driving while suspended from 2013. Despite the fact these sentences were fairly short in the grand scheme of things, his criminal record will have a profound impact on his ability to live a normal life. If he is lucky he will be able to find work through Real Jobs For Felons, but he will find himself faced with barrier after barrier when it comes to establishing a respectable reputation again. Court records indicate the current arrest is for a felony domestic battery. Mr. Milosavljevic remains in custody at this writing.