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Javier LandronJavier Landron of Oakland Park, Florida was arrested for allegedly driving his 2008 Toyota Tundra on the wrong lane, causing a car crash that killed Audrey Williams Ives of Lauderdale Lakes on September 7 last year. He faces charges for DUI manslaughter and vehicular homicide and was ordered to be held without bond during his first-appearance court session on Tuesday.

According to the arrest report, the alleged fatal head-on collision occurred at around 5:30 a.m. Landron, 47, purportedly drove his pickup truck heading west on an eastbound lane near West Oakland Park Boulevard.

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Igor TikhonovIgor Tikhonov of Hollywood, Florida was arrested last Thursday, news sources report. He faces grand theft and fraud charges after allegedly stealing over $500,000 from a Russian client through his investment company. Tikhonov is currently being held in lieu of $250,000 bond, provided he can prove that the money he uses to post bail was legally obtained. The press did not specify a defense attorney for Tikhonov.

Tikhonov, 61, is the president and owner of New York investment corporation, Alcor Services, which he operated out of his home on Arbor Lane in Hollywood, Florida. The company offers Russian citizens investment opportunities in the U.S. and helps them obtain legal residency documents, visas, U.S. businesses, and school enrollment for their children.

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Siddiqi and LakhaniImran Siddiqi and Farah Lakhani of Miami, Florida were arrested on May 17 for allegedly running a marijuana growing operation in their home. Police received a tip on the Crime Stoppers hotline that implicated the couple, sources say.

The pair face charges for manufacturing and possession of a controlled substance in the presence of a minor, grand theft of the third degree, and trafficking over 25 pounds worth of marijuana. They are currently detained without bond at Turner Guilford Knight Detention Center until a special bond hearing can be held. The hearing will determine whether they can post bail with legally obtained money. It is unclear whether the pair has hired a defense attorney.

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Nathan ValentinNathan Urbano Valentin of Hollywood, Florida was arrested on Wednesday and faces charges for sexual assault and battery on a minor. Valentin, 27, was allegedly a maintenance man in the building where the then 6-year-old Lauderdale Lakes girl lived. He purportedly molested her and forced her to perform sex acts on October 2014. Valentin is being held without bond, and it is still unclear if he has acquired the services of an attorney.

According to the reports, a warrant for Valentin’s arrest was issued in December last year. The warrant was reportedly issued after the victim told detectives at Broward Sheriff’s Office that a maintenance man she knew as “Nate” had sexually assaulted her while her grandmother was sleeping.

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Elena Richart EscodaElena Richart Escoda of Palm Beach County, Florida was arrested last Wednesday for allegedly stealing and attempting to sell three horses valued at $220,000. The alleged theft was reported to Palm Beach Sheriff’s Office last month by Gonzalo Senosiain, a resident of Mexico city who owns the three horses. Senosiain, 62, implicated Escoda, 36, as the potential thief.

Escoda faces charges for grand theft and uttering a forged document. The latter is for her alleged attempt to forge Senosiain’s signature on ownership documents. She was held at Palm Beach County Jail and was released on Friday after posting an unspecified amount in bail. It is unclear whether she has sought legal representation.

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