Stigger faces charges for one count of lewd conduct and two counts of sexual battery. Her bail was set at $37,500 during her first court appearance last Friday. She is required to wear an ankle monitor and is barred from having contact with the victim upon release on bail bond. Sources did not name an attorney for Stigger.
Jennifer Summerlott of Coral Springs, Florida was arrested on February 27 for allegedly defrauding her employer, Fairway Insurance Group, of more than $1 million. She reportedly stole the money, using what state insurance fraud investigators are calling “an elaborate scheme,” by rerouting company funds using bogus insurance invoices to her personal bank account.
Summerlott, 36, faces charges for four first-degree felonies: organized scheme to defraud, criminal use of a personal ID, diverting insurance trust funds, and grand theft. If convicted. Summerlott faces up to 30 years in Florida State Prison. She is being held at Broward County Jail in lieu of a $300,000 bond. Court records show Summerlott is seeking a lower bond. The press did not say if she has hired an attorney.
Oscar Roberto Acevedo of Miami-Dade, Florida was arrested on February 15 for allegedly causing a DUI crash that led to the death of Samuel Anthony Ruiz Jr. of Coral Springs and injured four of his friends.
Acevedo, 29, faces several charges including DUI causing death, DUI causing serious bodily injury, and reckless driving. He is being held in lieu of a $99,000 bond. If released, a judge has ordered him not to drive or consume alcohol or other controlled substances.
Eric Abraham of Fort Lauderdale, Florida was arrested on Tuesday morning after running a red light and causing an accident. The crash led to the death of Christianne Weiner of Parkland and left her 11-year-old son in critical condition.
Abraham, 17, was reportedly running from police when the accident occurred. He faces several charges, including vehicular homicide, reckless driving causing serious bodily injury or death, aggravated fleeing, driving without a license causing serious bodily injury or death, and possession of a stolen vehicle. It is unclear if bond has been set for Abraham or if he has sought legal representation.
Niyha Eutsey of Miami, Florida was arrested last Monday for allegedly attempting to use fraudulent credit cards to buy electronics at a Target store in Coral Springs. Eutsey, 28, is facing grand theft and credit card fraud charges. She was held in lieu of a $15,000 bond, which she posted on Tuesday. The press did not mention an attorney for Eutsey.
According to the police report, Eutsey purportedly used a fraudulent credit card to try and buy an iPad, a 55-inch TV, gaming consoles, and a game at a Target store in Coral Springs on August 8. News sources did not disclose the total value of the items.