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Jerald Dixon

Lakeland man convicted of raping woman at gunpoint in her home

A Lakeland man has been convicted of raping a woman at gunpoint in her home in 2017. Jerald Dixon, 26, faces life in prison after jurors deliberated for 30 minutes before finding him guilty of sexual battery. Circuit Judge Kevin Abdoney is scheduled to sentence Dixon on Jan. 24. At 5 a.m. on June 18, […]

Joshua Imhoff

Lakeland man who fired at 7 deputies sentenced to life in prison

A Lakeland man who fired gunshots at seven Polk County Sheriff’s deputies after a high-speed chase in 2018 was sentenced to life in prison Thursday. Joshua Imhoff received the life sentence for the charges of seven counts of attempted murder of a law enforcement officer. In addition, Circuit Judge Keith Spoto sentenced Imhoff to five […]

Deandre Coffer

Winter Haven man convicted of strangling, beating girlfriend

A Winter Haven man was convicted today of strangling and beating his former girlfriend in 2018 in their home after he became angry with her while she read to his 3-year-old son. Jurors deliberated for three hours before returning with a first-degree murder conviction. Circuit Judge Dennis Maloney sentenced DeAndre Coffer, 23, to life in […]

Cristhian Villanueva-Rosado

Jurors deliberate 15 minutes to find man guilty of sending lewd photo to teen

An Orlando man was sentenced to five years in prison after jurors found him guilty Tuesday of sending a lewd picture to a 14-year-old Winter Haven girl in 2015. Cristhian Villanueva-Rosado, 31, was immediately detained after a jury of six deliberated for about 15 minutes before finding him guilty. During the trial Assistant State Attorney […]

Joshua Imhoff

Lakeland man who fired at deputies convicted of 7 counts of attempted first degree murder

  A Lakeland man who fired gunshots at seven Polk County Sheriff’s deputies after a dangerous high-speed chase in North Lakeland in 2018 was convicted Thursday of attempting to kill the deputies. Joshua Imhoff, 34, was convicted on seven counts of attempted first degree murder of a law enforcement officer, aggravated stalking, and fleeing to […]

Michael Celello

Man guilty of fatally shooting roommate, dumping his body in Everglades

  A Sebring man was found guilty earlier this month of shooting and killing his roommate in 2016 then stealing his Lexus with the man’s body in the trunk. Michael Celello was convicted of second degree murder with a firearm, grand theft and tampering with evidence. Celello, 59, faces life in prison. Celello dumped the […]

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State Attorney's Office, 10th Judicial Circuit
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Aaron Delaune, who faces a minimum of 15 years in prison, is scheduled to be sentenced on March 6 before Circuit Judge Keith Spoto. Delaune has been in the Polk County Jail since his arrest in September. Jurors also found Delaune guilty of using a firearm during the crime and acting for the benefit of a criminal gang.
Assistant State Attorneys Victoria Avalon and Joe Concepcion prosecuted the case.
State Attorney's Office, 10th Judicial Circuit
State Attorney's Office, 10th Judicial Circuit
State Attorney Brian Haas recently participated in several events honoring Dr. Martin Luther King, Jr. Mr. Haas attended a prayer breakfast in Lakeland and walked in parades in Lake Wales and Lakeland.
State Attorney's Office, 10th Judicial Circuit
State Attorney's Office, 10th Judicial Circuit
The punch thrown by Demetri Graham caused the coach to receive 27 stitches in his lip. Jurors deliberated 30 minutes before finding Graham guilty of battery.
“As soon as the coach turned his head, the defendant sucker punched him,” Assistant State Attorney Craig Leckie told jurors. “The defendant was mad they lost and his son didn’t play.”
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