? Joshua Hurley, 30, of the 1900 block of Visland Avenue in North Naples, was arrested by Florida Highway Patrol officers on the southbound ramp of the Interstate 75 and Pine Ride Road interchange on Monday and charged with DUI, driving under a suspended license, possession of drug paraphernalia, possession of a controlled substance and refusal to submit to submit to a urine test.
? James Larry Tackett, 58, of the 8100 block of Albatross Road, Fort Myers, was arrested Monday by Lee deputies at home. He was charged with battery/domestic violence. He is accused of pushing his wife, causing her to fall into a dresser and then to the floor.
? Darrel Priestly, 27, of the 500 block of 107th Avenue North in North Naples was arrested by Collier County Sheriff’s Office deputies on Monday night at the corner of Flamingo Avenue and Vanderbilt Drive in North Naples and charged with possession of drug paraphernalia.
? Theophilus Malcom Washington, 17, of the 12000 block of Rock Brook Run, Fort Myers, was arrested Monday by Fort Myers police in Lee County. He was charged with possessing less than 20 grams of marijuana, illegally possessing a firearm by a minor, fleeing law enforcement officers, leaving the scene of a crash resulting in property damage, grand theft auto and driving without a valid license.
Grand theft arrests
? Christopher Emmanuel Nash Jr., 17, of the 7300 block of Penzance Boulevard, Fort Myers, was arrested Monday by Fort Myers police in Lee County. He was charged with grand theft, resisting a loss prevention officer and robbery/home invasion.
? Ryan C. Baumgart, 26, of the 9200 block of Coach House Lane, Estero, was arrested Monday by Lee deputies in Lee County. He was charged with dealing in stolen property and false declaration of ownership to a pawn broker. He is accused of stealing jewelry in October from a house in the 6000 block of Sand Trap Drive in Estero.
Police Beat is compiled and written by the Naples Daily News staff/contributors from oral and written reports by Naples police, Collier Sheriff‘s Office, Lee County Sheriff’s Office, Marco police and other agencies. Arrests indicate suspicion of crime, not guilt.