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The following mug shots are arrestees recently booked into the Orange County Jail. October is National Domestic Violence Awareness Month.We woul like to remind readers that ther stereotypical D.V. incident is male v. female,but it affects all genders,relations and walks of life.

Arrestees are innocent until guilt is proven.

Ford, Ledrika
Gender: Female
Booked: Saturday, October 17th, 2015
Charge(s): Battery (Domestic Violence)

Fontalvo, Patricia
Gender: Female
Booked: Saturday, October 17th, 2015
Charge(s): Battery (Domestic Violence

Santos, Maria J
Gender: Female
Booked: Friday, October 16th, 2015
Charge(s): Battery (Domestic Violence)


Rabieh, Linda
Gender: Female
Booked: Thursday, October 15th, 2015
Charge(s): Battery (Domestic Violence)

Hastings, Portedra Deshaka
Gender: Female
Booked: Thursday, October 15th, 2015
Charge(s): Battery (Domestic Violence)

Patterson, Nia T
Gender: Female
Booked: Monday, October 12th, 2015
Charge(s): Battery (Domestic Violence)

2 1 1 Mobile Crisis Services Number Helps Orange County Youth

  There is a phone number for Orange County residents which is designed to assist children and youth ages 0-17.
Dialing 2 1 1 is available to anyone who calls for assistance. Parents, relatives, foster families, school personnel and even law enforcement may call. The number is available 24/7, including holidays. 


Threatens to harm themselves or others.
Exhibits explosive or dangerous behaviors.
Needs immediate mental-health stabilization.
Needs immediate help because of drug and/or alcohol use.

When a family is in crisis, sometimes all they need is a quick intervention to get back on track.
Children who receive crisis services are less likely to be arrested, placed into a psychiatric hospital or removed from their home. Crisis counselors also connect families to the services and supports that they need for long term recovery.

Dial 2 1 1 or (407)839-HELP

2 1 1  is a community service of Wraparound Orange, Florida Hospital, Devereux and Heart of Florida United Way 


Parents Information on Gangs and Children
Courtesy Florida Gang Investigators Association


Warning Signs 

•You should be concerned if your child:
•admits to gang involvement;is obsessed with one particular color of clothing or shows a desire for a particular logo over and over;
•wears sagging pants (this in and of itself is not indicative of gang activity);
•wears excessive jewelry with distinctive designs and may wear it only on either the right or left side of the body;
•is obsessed with gangster-influenced music, videos and movies to the point of imitation;
•withdraws from family with an accompanying change in demeanor;
•associates with undesirable and breaks parental rules consistently;
•develops an unusual desire for privacy and secrecy and may completely rearrange living quarters to create privacy;
•uses hand signs while with friends and practices them at home;
•Or there is evidence of the appearance of:
A) Physical injury (such as being beaten) and then child lies about the events surrounding the injury.
B) Peculiar drawings or language on school books (may appear later as tattoos or brands)
C)Unexplained cash or goods, i.e., clothing or jewelry
D)Possible use of alcohol and drugs with attitude change.

Advise your children they should NOT 

Associate with any gang members or “wannabe/gonnabe” gang members;identify or communicate with gangs;hang out near or where gangs congregate;approach strangers in cars who appear to want information or directions;wear gang related clothing where gangs are known to gather or traverse;wear initialed clothing such as BK – British Knights – a/k/a “Blood Killer” in high crime areas;use words like “crab” or “slob” (localized lingo may develop) anywhere gangs may be; i.e. malls, sporting events, etc.;attend any party or social event sponsored by gangs or their associates;take part in any graffiti activity or hang around where graffiti is present; oruse any kind of finger or sign language in a public place.

Tips for Parents

•Impress upon your child the importance of school and good grades
•Spend quality time with your children
•Get involved in your child’s school activities
•Establish rules, set limits and be consistent, firm and fair in punishment
•Encourage good study habits
•Respect your child’s feelings and attitudes and help them develop self-esteem
•Watch closely for negative influences
•Improve your own self-esteem so your children can model themselves after the most important “role model” YOU.

Tips for Parents/Educators 

Help children develop self control

Help children deal appropriately with problems

Get involved in community oriented prevention and intervention programs. Urge others to become involved. Volunteer at your child’s school. Gangs are a community problem and their influence does not stop at any particular boundary.

Listen to your children. Communicate with them about their concerns and fears



Victim Service Center of Central Florida : A overview of their Sexual Assault Services
Courtesy of www.VictimServiceCenter.org

The Victim Service Center of Central Florida, Inc. (VSC) operates the only Certified Rape Crisis Center for both Orange and Osceola Counties in Florida.

24-Hour Sexual Assault Hotline: VSC provides around the clock support 24 hours a day, 7 days a week. Through their  24-Hour Sexual Assault Hotline, you will be in immediate contact with a Sexual Assault Counselor who can provide crisis intervention, service options, and information on sexual assault.

Recent Sexual Assault

Acute (within 5 days following the sexual assault): Services include immediate support and advocacy to both reporting and non-reporting victims of sexual assault. Services can include forensic evidence collection by a SANE (Sexual Assault Nurse Examiner) that occurs in our private facility which offers a calming home-like environment. A certified Victim Advocate will accompany the victim during the exam, and all information provided to the advocate is considered confidential per F.S. 90.5035. Services can be received regardless of whether a victim reports the crime to law enforcement.
•Accompaniment for forensic collection/rape kit
•In-person crisis intervention
•Medical intervention
•Basic Needs including food, clothing, transportation, and hygiene needs
•Safety Planning

Past Sexual Assault

VSC offers services outside of the initial 120 hours for adults who were victims of childhood sexual abuse or incest including:
•Trauma informed crisis counseling services
•Individualized support
•Assistance with the criminal justice system
•Case management
•Victims compensation
•Support groups
•Injunctions for protection

 Forensic and Medical Services

•Currently, VSC is the certified Rape Crisis Center for Orange and Osceola Counties.  In that role, their team of expert Sexual Assault Nurse Examiners (SANE’s) provide 24/7 on-call forensic examinations and medical services for victims ages 12 & older.  Their SANE’s are registered nurses who have specialized education and advanced clinical skills in the physical assessment and urgent treatment of patients who have experienced sexual assault or abuse.  SANE professionals are always available to conduct forensic examinations at either of our confidential forensic collection sites in Orange and Osceola Counties as well as area hospitals.  In addition, their nurse examiners also provide expert witness testimony during sexual assault criminal cases.

•SANE and Victim Advocates work collaboratively to provide trauma-informed care to clients.  Advocates and Forensic Nurses spend an average of 4 hours with the client during each forensic case.  When a victim arrives at either the Orange County Sexual Assault Treatment Center (SATC) or the Osceola Care Center, he or she is often required to relinquish all of their clothing in order to assist detectives in the crucial process of collecting evidence.  When victims receive these services at one of our facilities, VSC provides new clothing, food, beverages, a place to shower, a supply of hygiene items and transportation home or to a safe location.



We do not care about persons who paint graffiti on a sanctioned wall with the owner's permission. However, we detest cowards who paint property without consent. That changes the classification from art to vandalism. However, the vandals will still try to justify what they do by claiming it's free expression. They often try to vilify those who oppose them by labeling them oppressors of that free expression. Meanwhile, those same vandals cause hundreds of dollars in damage, drive a businesses customers away and lower property values.
We often ask if a graffiti goon would still call it "art" if it was their property being defaced without permission.

Graffiti can also have a more serious meaning due to being gang related. Gangs can use graffiti to mark territory,advertise drug sales, mourn deceased members, announce alliances and issue threats. All the more reason to report and remove it immediately.

If you see tagging in progress dial 9 1 1

For recent graffiti in Orlando report it to (407) 254-GRAF (4723) or click HERE

For recent Orange County graffiti dial 3 1 1. You may also report it on the free app OCFL 311

M.O.S.T. strongly advises you to remove tags immediately after they get documented by law enforcement. We feel it is bad advice for anyone to advise you to leave the tags up a week or two to prevent retaliation. Letting tags remain sends a message of tolerance, lowers the property value for both you and your neighbors and can drive away your customers or potential property buyers. Not to mention that each day you look at the tag is a reminder of how your property was violated. Who needs that kind of aggravation ?