Fire, smoke damage Hernando mobile home

A mobile home fire on Friday night caused extensive damage to a Hernando residence.

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Another early morning search warrant nets two drug arrests

LEFT: Heather Jacobs. RIGHT: David Downs.
Citrus County deputies arrested two Hernando residents early Friday morning after a search warrant yielded evidence of  manufacturing meth.
 
Arrested were David Downs, 52, of Hernando and Heather Jacobs, 37, also of Hernando.
 
The Citrus County Sheriff's Office conducted a search warrant at 373 Joshua Court in Hernando after detectives learned the residence was being used to manufacture methamphetamine, the Sheriff's Office said.
 
The search revealed more than 1/4-ounce of crystal methamphetamine, liquid methamphetamine (over
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Water supply authority honors Damato

Nick Nicholson, right, Hernando County Commissioner and WRWSA Vice-Chairman, recognizes Commissioner Emeritus Dennis Damato
By Cynthia Oswald,
BOCC Public Information Officer
 
Citrus County Commissioner and BOCC Chairman Scott Carnahan will continue to represent Citrus County on the Withlacoochee Regional Water Supply Authority in 2017, along with newcomer Commissioner Jeff Kinnard

Two separate search warrants yield total of 4 arrests

FROM LEFT: Top row: Elishia Key, Tanner Ricard. Bottom row: Ciera Jenkins and Jonathan Velasquez. [ Click photo for larger image ]

Four people -- two in Inverness and two in Beverly Hills -- were arrested on Thursday morning after separate search warrants turned up drugs and paraphernalia, the Citrus County Sheriff's Office said.

The Sheriff's Office's Tactical Impact Unit, and the SWAT team and East Community Crimes detectives first served a search warrant at 4210 S Plumtree Terrace in Inverness.

Gov. Scott presents Duke Energy with business award

The Governor’s Business Ambassador Award was presented to Duke Energy Florida during the 2017 Jobs Summit. The award is presented to Florida companies and individuals for their efforts in creating jobs and opportunities for families across the state. (Courtesy photo)

ST. PETERSBURG — Gov. Rick Scott has presented Duke Energy Florida with the state’s Business Ambassador Award for its contributions to the state’s economic vitality.

The presentation was made recently at the Governor’s Job Summit in Orlando.

“I was proud to recognize Duke Energy with the Governor’s Business Ambassador Award during the 2017 Jobs Summit,” said Gov. Scott. “I look forward to seeing their continued success across Florida.”

Woman sentenced in 2016 infant abuse case

Valerie Ann Reed

A woman arrested and charged with the abuse of a child and a number of drug charges was sentenced on Tuesday in to 10 years in prison.

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