June 6: Mary I. Hicks, VOP; Ashley R. Starling, child abuse; Franklin Kevin Johnson, child support; Lisa Pumphrey, manufacture of marijuana
June 7: Jason Soverns, burglary of structure; Christopher Leach, VOP; Christopher Hollon, failure to appear; James Johnson, burglary, grand theft
June 8: Cecil Miles, VOP
June 9: Jody Parker Crisp, violation of community control; Chantel Pickens, VOP; Taryn Hussey, grand theft; James David, VOP; Terrence Gustin, disorderly intoxication; Keith Jones, introduction of contraband; Ernest Hatcher, DUI
June 10: Gregory Cooper, DUI, DWLSR [Full Story »]
With plenty of fresh produce being harvested this time of year, area farmers have requested the River Valley Marketplace be open every Saturday, rather than just once a month. Blountstown Main Street has agreed to offer the event every Saturday from 8 a.m. to noon in the greenspace next to Centennial Bank.
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In the Eastern Division of the Big Bend Baseball League of Florida, the Chattahoochee Red Birds retained their 2 game lead, as did the Gulf Drive, by beating the Calhoun Horsemen, 7-5, in game one on a scheduled DH.
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-FACEBOOK VIDEO leads to Altha mom's arrest for child abuse
-MONTICELLO MAN jailed after traveling to our area to have sex with 13 year old girl
-JURY TRIAL ends in guilty verdict
-CALHOUN & LIBERTY FCAT SCORES released...complete breakdown by school
-THE CALHOUN COUNTY HORSEMEN in action with the Big Bend Baseball League
All this & more in the June 15 edition of The County Record!
An arrest has been made in the Monday night burglary at Cumbaa Enterprises in Blountstown. James Lee Johnson, 40, described as a former employee, has been charged with burglary and grand theft. He allegedly stole copper, radiators, tools, and tool boxes. He is being held in the Calhoun County Jail on a $70,000 bond. This was one of three burglaries that occurred overnight on Monday and were discovered on Tuesday morning. One at the Scotts Ferry General Store resulted in the arrest of a juvenile and local man, Jason Soverns. The investigation continues on a third burglary at the Pit Stop convenience store.