Man Arrested in Early Morning Robbery

Document Sample
Man Arrested in Early Morning Robbery Powered By Docstoc
					                        Man Arrested in Early Morning Robbery

On Sunday, July 11, 2010 at approximately 1:20am the Leon County Sheriff’s
Office responded to 206 Wilson Green in reference to a robbery investigation.
The victim told deputies he was unloading groceries when two armed men
approached him demanding money and his cell phone. Deputies learned the
suspects fled the area in a grey Dodge car and issued a BOLO for the vehicle.
Minutes later, Florida Highway Patrol Trooper Mike Meaney stopped a grey
Dodge Avenger driven by Adrian L. Adams, 35, near the intersection of
Thomasville Road and Fifth Avenue. A firearm and some of the stolen property
was recovered in the vehicle and Adams was positively identified as one of the
two suspects.

Detectives from the Violent Crimes Unit responded to the scene and collected
evidence and witness statements in reference to the robbery. The
investigation is continuing and the search is still on for the second suspect.
Adams was taken to the Leon County Jail.


Adrian L. Adams
DOB: 09/17/1974

LCSO Charges: Robbery with a Firearm, Possession of Firearm by a Convicted
Felon, Use of a Firearm during the Commission of a Felony

FHP Charges: Possession of Firearm by a Convicted Felon, Providing False
Identification, Driving Under the Influence, Driving While License Suspended
or Revoked, and Driving with an Expired License

This News Release From The Leon County Sheriff’s Office is Located At:

The Captured Criminal Inmate Booking Information is Located At:
                               UPDATE TO STORY:

                                                  Adrian Lee Adams, DOB 9-17-74

Adrian Lee Adams Has Been In The Leon County Jail Since July 12 th, 2010
for 15 Various Criminal Charges Including Armed Robbery. Martin Powell
is The Prosecutor On the Case With The State Attorney’s Office Scheduled
For Trial In February 2012 Which Is Nearly Two Years After The Crime.

This Criminal was offered a 15 Year-Plea Deal Which Was Refused By Him
To The Prosecution. This Gang-Banger Criminal Is Looking At Life In
Prison Upon Conviction. His Unknown Partner Is Still On The Loose And
Considered Armed And Dangerous. His partner is a black male, tall and
slim that was dressed in blue jeans, red shirt and red bandana on his face
at the night of the armed robbery. Adrian Has Already Coped A Plea On
Five Of The Lower Charges For Time Served Already In Prison With 10
Charges Remaining For Trial Coming Up in February 2012.

One Interesting Part Of This Case Besides Numerous Changes In
Prosecutors And Dates Of The Trial Is That The City Of Tallahassee Had To
Hire This Criminal A Public Defender Outside Of The Public Defender’s
Office For A Private Attorney.

The City Of Tallahassee Has Continued To Waste Our Tax Payer’s Money.
The Victim and Witness was only once previously arrested which was a
false arrest by the Tallahassee Police Department for the publishing of an
address of public record. The victim of the unconstitutional law retained
the public defender’s office which now apparently has caused a
“conflict of interest” for attorney/client privilege in this crime between the
victim and the criminal for previously being the same attorney’s office prior
for a prior false arrest to the victim.

This Was In Regard To This ACLU Case For An Attorney Conflict Of Interest: