Arrest Week – Part 2

Erika Hankammer (left, 30) was booked early Wednesday for battery. Her reported address is in Countrypark off SW 18th between Boca Rio and Lyons. She’s a Patriots fan and was released after half a day in custody. The case is being treated as domestic violence. We see no criminal history for her, with a couple old traffic tickets.
Terrell Newson (center, 27) was arrested Tuesday for aggravated assault with a deadly weapon and battery. The Boca Rio Banyan resident has not been released yet, and might not be helping himself with the nickname “Cut Throat” though we’re not sure that’s him. We see multiple felony and misdemeanor cases for him dating back to 2007, most of which seem to be domestic incidents and court records indicate that for this case as well.
On the right, Destiny Griffin (18, Sandalfoot Cove) was arrested Monday for battery. The courts are treating it as a domestic incident. In 2013 she had a few traffic tickets and a retail theft case in the courts. This incident might cut into her babysitting business.

See more arrests from this week: Arrest Week Part 1.

Arrested early Wednesday was David Ellis (left, 28) from the Sandalfoot trailers on four larceny counts including one felony grand theft. He has not been released yet. The case looks a little quirk as the offenses allegedly occurred in late February but he wasn’t arrested until 2 1/2 months later. He has a few prior incidents in the county from back in 2007 or before, and a few more in Broward.
Raymond Colletto (center, 41) was arrested for cruelty toward a child and/or child abuse. The Sun-Sentinel reports he was drunk and bit his nephew in the face. His reported address is in Colonnade near off Jog south of Yamato. Court records show what look like a couple DUI cases (1995 and 2008) and a couple previous violent domestic incidents (2008 and 2013) as well.
Cristian Norena-Lopez (right, 26) was arrested Monday for burglary. He was released the next evening. We see no court history for him. Boca PD alleges he “attempted to enter an occupied vehicle” in a bank drive-through lane.
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His reported address is in the Boca Gardens townhomes south of Clint Moore between 441 and Lyons. Incidentally we’ve had recent reader reports of misbehaving skateboarders in and near that neighborhood.
See more arrests from this week: Arrest Week Part 1.

Arrest Week – Part 1

Here are some of the arrests reported by the Sheriff in the past week. For starters, we have two who were in our last arrest report:
Ali Can (left, 23) and Deanna Fraschilla (right, 50) were in our early May weekend arrest report. Can had been arrested for vague charges of loitering and resisting, while Fraschilla was booked on mischief charges for causing property damage. The latter incident was written up in more detail in the Sun-Sentinel.
Now both have been arrested for burglary and/or related charges. Can, whose reported address is just off Del Prado Circle, was booked by Boca PD Tuesday afternoon charged with burglary while armed and larceny for stealing a firearm. He is being held on those two charges on $15,000 bond, and was also recommitted on the earlier charges.
Hopefully Can can find a way to get by with a little help from his friends. One tried to reach out to him the day he was arrested:
Fraschilla, of the Boca Rio Banyan townhomes was arrested the next day for unarmed burglary, criminal mischief, and resisting, along with a contempt of court charge for violating a court injunction (perhaps related to the previous arrest). She has not been released yet either. We don’t see any bond amount but the contempt may override any possible release. She had a 2008 felony charge for burglary and battery and did 5 years probation for that.

See more arrests from this week: Arrest Week Part 2.

Next up three arrests related to driving:
Andres Gonzalez-Monroy (left, 26) was arrested for DUI by Boca city police, booked early Thursday morning and released several hours later. His reported address is an apartment near the corner of SW 18th and Lyons. He’s had several traffic cases dating back to 2006.
Boca PD indicates that he refused a breath test, which is the approach recommended by most defense lawyers.
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In the middle, Marko Milosavljevic (31) was arrested for driving with a suspended license, fraudulently using someone else’s ID, and resisting an officer. His reported address is in Gables Town Colony, and our friends at Boca News Now reported he was arrested for marijuana and illegally carrying a firearm last year after firing a handgun into the air in the Town Center parking lot. Court records indicate he did 4 months in jail for that. We see four previous felony cases for him dating back to 2002, along with a number of misdemeanors and traffic offenses.
Sandalfoot Blvd’s Austin Lane (right, 24) was arrested by Boca PD and booked Tuesday morning for DUI. We see no criminal history with a few traffic cases. An Olympic Heights graduate, he was a key player on their basketball team several years ago. He’s also a fan of the Heat and the Dolphins but the beer in this photo of him with the Heat’s Udonis Haslem may not help his DUI case.
See more arrests from this week: Arrest Week Part 2.