Tony Holt @TonyCrimeWriter
ORMOND BEACH — Amanda Memmelo got off a plane in Mexico City in mid-July and there has been no known trace of her since.Memmelo turns 17 at the end of the month, but she has the mental capacity of a 12-year-old. She doesn't speak Spanish and her uncle unexpectedly took her with him to the other end of North America — and no one seems to know why or for what purpose.
Tony Holt @TonyCrimeWriter
A Palm Coast woman was charged with felony retail theft and child neglect following accusations she brought her daughters with her when she stole merchandise from a Bealls Outlet in Port Orange.Christy Ann Cherock, 39, was booked at the Volusia County Branch Jail and held on $8,000 bail.
Tony Holt @TonyCrimeWriter A man wanted in a Deltona carjacking that took place eight weeks ago was apprehended Wednesday by a federal fugitive task force, the Volusia County Sheriff's Office announced Wednesday.Gustavo Rivera, 36, was wanted on charges of armed carjacking, carrying a concealed firearm during the commission of a felony and possession of a firearm by a convicted felon.He was booked shortly before 1 p.m. at the Orange County Jail after members of the U.S. Marshals Task Force...
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