Tuesday Traffic Tip...
Williston Police Department is located at 5 SW First Avenue, Williston, 32696 FL. The Chief of Police of the department is Dan Davis. The Williston Police Department phone number is (352) 528-4991.
Tuesday Traffic Tip...
It's cold outside...
January is "Move Over" Awareness month! By law, motorists must move over or slow down to 20 mph under the posted speed limit for law enforcement, emergency, and service vehicles. The law also applies to tow truck drivers and utility service vehicles stopped on the side of the road. If you see flashing lights on the side of the road, move over or slow down. Help everyone end their shift safely. Because lives depend on it... #Share #MoveOver #TrafficTipTuesday
Be smart tonight! We want everyone to bring in the New Year safely. Happy New Year!
Take a close look, Williston Police Department is looking for information on these two subjects. If you can identify them please call Officer Wright at 528-4991
Put it down, it CAN wait!
Operation Spreading Joy!!
Thank you all for making Santa's fact finding mission to Williston such a success! Thank you to our friends and partners who made this happen including: the City of Williston, Florida, Station 72 - Williston Fire Rescue, Department of Highway Safety and Motor Vehicles FHP, Winn-Dixie, and T.G. Lee Dairy.
Today the Williston Police Department spread a little holiday cheer!! Gift cards were handed out to 9 lucky motorist. Money was donated by a couple anonymous donors who wanted to make Christmas a little brighter! Merry Christmas!!!
Active shooter and other incidents in houses of worship presentation
Please help Levy County Sheriff's Office Anyone who has information which would help us locate Paul is asked to contact Sergeant Mike Narayan at the Levy County Sheriff’s Office at 352-486-5111 ext 267.
Reminder: Santa arrives for a visit at Williston's Heritage Park Pavilion tomorrow!
Press Release: Second Incident at Retirement Home Results in Arrest December 14, 2017 PRESS RELEASE Second Incident with Assisted Living Facility Administrator Results in Second Arrested On November 2, 2017 at 2:14 AM the Williston Police Department responded to Good Samaritan Retirement Home located at 507 Southwest 1st Avenue Williston, Florida to assist Levy County Department of Public Safety with an elderly female who was found unresponsive. Further investigation reviled on November 1, 2017 at 8:00 PM the Facility Administrator who is defendant, found an elderly female resident alone outside of the facility. While outside and unattended the elderly female had fallen and struck her head. The defendant escorted the victim back into the facility where the victim didn’t receive any first aid care and was only put into the lockdown unit. Approximately 6 hours later victim was found to be unresponsive and 911 was called for assistance. Victim was transported to Shands Hospital where she died on the afternoon of November 2, 2017. An arrest warrant was signed by Judge Tim Browning for the defendant on December 8, 2017 charging her with Neglect of the elderly and bond was set at $75,000.00. This morning the defendant was located in Orlando, Fl. by the U.S. Marshal’s Fugitive Task Force and she was taken into custody. Defendant is being held in Orange County Jail awaiting transportation back to Levy County. DEFENDANT: NENITA ALFONSO SUDEALL DOB: 10/07/1969 507 SE 1ST AVENUE WILLISTON, FLORIDA 32696 CHARGES: NEGLECT OF THE ELDERLY ### Dennis Strow Chief of Police
PRESS RELEASE Assisted Living Facility Administrator Arrested On Monday December 11, 2017 Williston Police responded to Good Samaritan Retirement Home located at 507 Southeast 1st Avenue Williston, Florida to assist Levy County Department of Public Safety with a resident who was requiring medical care. Upon further investigation into the incident it was determined that a residence had been taken for an outpatient procedure Thursday December 7, 2017 then was taken back to the facility. The defendant who is the facility administrator was advised by the home health nurse assigned to the patient, that if any changes with the patient’s condition arise to contact her immediately. During the weekend the patient’s condition declined and on two separate occasions the on duty staff contacted the defendant who is overall responsibly for the residence care, to report the patients declining health and received no instructions for care nor was the home health nurse contacted about the patient’s condition. Upon the defendant return to work on Monday December 11, 2017 the home health nurse was informed of the patient’s declining condition. She advised the defendant to immediately contact 911 and have the patient transported by ambulance. The Williston Police Department arrested the defendant who is the facility administrator on Neglect of the Elderly charges. The subject was arrested and is currently logged at the Levy County Jail. DEFENDANT: RHAIMLEY YAP ROMERO DOB: 04/17/1986 1553 Danisco Place, Apopka FL 32703 CHARGES: NEGLECT OF THE ELDERLY ### Dennis Strow Chief of Police
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