florida man february 27
His bond has been set at $100,000 and he is due to appear in court in three weeks, jail records stated.
An arrest report viewed by the Pensacola News Journal also said McLemore has previously threatened to harm people by telling them that his “Nazi” associates from prison would pay them a visit.
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Ibanez, 24, had reportedly been involved with deputies in two other incidents earlier in the night, so authorities arrested him on a disorderly conduct charge.
In that incident, deputies said he went to a gas station, ate one doughnut inside the store and walked out with the other without paying.
Beldorin says the accusation was a big misunderstanding that resulted from an incident with his cell phone.
After yanking her foot away from Beldorin, he returned to his seat in the corner of the room. As a “sitter,” he had been assigned to keep an eye on the patient’s roommate who was a flight risk, the report said.
According to claims in the arrest report, McLemore had threatened and intimidated people in the past by saying that “Nazi” associates of his from prison would do violence on his behalf. His family had largely cut off communications with McLemore when he attempted to strangle a different family member, the stepmother reportedly told police.
On Tuesday, Evan Charles McLemore, 33, was arrested on charges of resisting an officer without violence and aggravated stalking.