|Inmate: Reid Anderson
Jail / Facility: Manatee County Central Jail
Location: Palmetto Florida
Hey Babe' Whats Up ???Do You Miss me yetttt~ Thats what I thought~hows your hands??? I hope they are taking good care of You now~ Take Care my Love ~Lisa
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13, Aug 2014 - Opelousas St. Landry Parish Sheriff's Office Daily Arrest
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24, Jul 2014 - Miami-dade Pinecrest Police Dept. uses home for tactical training
"WARNING – THIS IS A DESIGNATED CONSTRUCTION SITE." Most people saw the sign outside the big yellow house just up the road from Palmetto High School as just that, a warning to stay away. Demolition was just days away. However, a member of the Village of Pinecrest Police force saw the sign as a rare opportunity for its Tactical Response Team to train. "It’s a controlled scenario," Sgt. Ivan ...