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Manatee County Florida News Archive for week ending 6/28/2008
Violent Crimes Task Force Detectives Bill Waldron and Kumiko Carter arrived at the scene and searched the vehicle.
MANATEE COUNTY, Florida [NMT] -- Violent Crimes Task Force Detective Kumiko Carter and several other Manatee County Sheriff's Deputies were dispatched to an armed home invasion in the 800 block of 59th Avenue Drive West on Saturday, June 21, 2008, at about midnight.
The team wound up arresting one of the five men reported to have robbed a family of $2000 dollars in cash and a wallet, and threatened to kill a woman and her
According to the arrest report by Detective Carter, Ernest Timothy Curry, 18, of 3408 16th Street Court East, along with four other men, went to the 900 block of 59th Avenue Drive West.
VCTF Detective Kumiko Carter made contact with the owner of the residence, David Hoyt, and learned the family are part-time residents and are currently in Illinois.
September 10, 2012 | millerrupp.com
In addition, Manatee County Sheriff's Office Detective Kumiko Carter and United States Border Patrol agent Jeremy Farner are scheduled to attend to discuss child and public safety, as well as human trafficking and steps parents can take to protect their children from predators.
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May placed his forearm across the man's neck and pinned him to the couch, according to the warrant filed by Detective Kumiko Carter.
Bradenton Herald | 03/22/2006 | Deputy's civil lawsuit stuck in legal limbo
Kumiko Carter, a 33-year-old deputy of the Manatee County Sheriff's Office's selective enforcement division, filed a lawsuit against "Jane Doe," the anonymous writer of messages Carter claims to be untruthful.
The messages, displayed on Leoaffairs.com last month, mentioned Carter's name in connection with sexual acts.Tuesday's hearing was an attempt by Carter to locate the computer used to create the message, but that attempt may be over after the Web site owner's Tampa attorney, Luke Lirot, stated the message had been eliminated, "deleted by a matter of course."
Manatee deputy sues writer over anonymous Web chatter
Then someone mentioned a deputy by name in connection with sex, even though that deputy, Kumiko Carter, was not among the officers reprimanded for misconduct this year.Carter, 33, a Manatee County deputy for nearly 15 years, filed a lawsuit this week in Bradenton that claims the anonymous writer, "Jane Doe," damaged her name with a message that "disregarded the truth."
The statements about sex unfairly brought Carter
into "public scandal and disgrace," according to the lawsuit.
Carter's attorney -- who happens to be her
husband -- is now on a mission to find the person, or people, who posted messages Feb. 11 and 18.
...Kumiko Carter, a member of the sheriff's selective enforcement division, could not be reached for comment.