Martinez, 41, is being charged with two counts of lewd or lascivious molestation of a victim under the age of 16. He was ordered held without bond on Thursday by Judge Claudia Robinson. News sources did not name a defense attorney for Martinez.
Perez, 21, turned himself in on Friday night and faces charges for leaving the scene of an accident resulting in injury and tampering with or fabricating evidence. He remains in police custody and will be placed on house arrest if he manages to post bail. The press did not name an attorney for him.
The statewide figure went up by two on Sunday after a woman in Boynton Beach was struck and killed while crossing Congress Avenue, and a man in Davie was hit while crossing State Road 7. The drivers in both cases fled the scene of the crash.
“I know hit-and-runs continue to be a problem,” FHP spokesman Sgt. Mark Wysocky told the press. “Unfortunately they continue to go up from previous years.”
Ronald Anthony Spradlin of Davie, Florida was arrested on Friday for allegedly committing sexual battery on a minor. Spradlin, 51, faces one charge of unlawful sexual activity with a minor. He is being held at Broward Sheriff’s Office main jail. It is unclear if he has acquired the services of a lawyer.
According to the arrest report, a woman and her sons, aged 17 and 13, were camping at KOA Campground at 3800 SW 142 Avenue for a few days. The campsite flooded on the second night of their stay, forcing them to move to the campground’s recreation center.
Emma Kelsoe and Victoria McCall were the victims of a hit-and-run crash in Davie, Florida on the night of February 1. Kelsoe, 80, was killed and McCall, 61, was injured. Kelsoe’s dog, Rondo, was also killed in the crash.
According to the police report, the incident took place at 7 p.m. on Wednesday night east of South Pine Island Road and south of State Road 84. Kelsoe and McCall, who were neighbors, were walking Kelsoe’s dog, Rondo, on a bike lane when a driver veered off the road on SW 18th Street and struck them. Kelsoe reportedly pushed her neighbor out of the way before she was hit.