Apopka Police Department Arrest Report

first_imgAPOPKA 42 LARC-RETAIL THEFT/SHOPLIFTING PETIT FIRST OFFENSE 2ND DEGREE FIRST OFFENSE LAKELAND MASON, BRIAN SCOTT 46 Please enter your comment! 8/21/2020 APOPKA 33 You have entered an incorrect email address! Please enter your email address here CERVENTAS, LUGINO F 40 8/23/2020 8/20/2020 CERVENTAS, LUGINO F APOPKA 8/18/2020 DRUGS-POSSESS METH ORLANDO HUGHES, ORENTHAL JERMAINE 42 FAILURE TO APPEAR- FAILURE TO APPEAR FOR MISDEMEANOR OFFENSE 8/24/2020 HAMILTON, JATATIVAS ONRE 8/20/2020 25 RESIST OFFICER- OBSTRUCT WO VIOLENCE 8/24/2020 DRUGS-POSSESS- POSESSION OF A CONTROLLED SUBSTANCE HAMILTON, JATATIVAS ONRE DANIELS, RICHARD EUGENE 8/18/2020 MASON, BRIAN SCOTT Arrest Date       Charges                         Name                     City                     Age Save my name, email, and website in this browser for the next time I comment. 8/23/2020 25 8/18/2020 BROWN, CLIFFORD DANIEL FAILURE TO APPEAR- FAILURE TO APPEAR FOR MISDEMEANOR OFFENSE APOPKA HUGHES, ORENTHAL JERMAINE 33 20 HUGHES, ORENTHAL JERMAINE 46 Please enter your name here ORLANDO Free webinar for job seekers on best interview answers, hosted by Goodwill June 11 42 APOPKA APOPKA Share on Facebook Tweet on Twitter BROWN, CLIFFORD DANIEL TRESPASSING- OCCUPIED STRUCTURE OR CONVEYANCE BATTERY- TOUCH OR STRIKE 8/19/2020 TAGSAPDApopka Police DepartmentArrest Report Previous articleEverything coming to Netflix September 2020Next articleAgreement requires Florida elections supervisors to retain digital images of scanned ballots Denise Connell RELATED ARTICLESMORE FROM AUTHOR TRESPASSING- FAIL TO LEAVE PROPERTY UPON ORDER BY OWNER DRUGS-POSSESS COCAINE APOPKA APOPKA 51 LEAVE A REPLY Cancel reply ORTIZ, RODNEY MANUEL APD Arrest Report for August 18th-24thThe Apopka Police Department reported the following statistics:Calls For Service                  1,572Traffic Citations                        72Crash Reports                          38Arrests                                      9 8/22/2020 8/19/2020 LAKELAND MONTGOMERY, TYREE KEON 8/18/2020 29 OUT OF COUNTY WARRANT-FAIL TO APPEAR- FAILURE TO APPEAR FOR FELONY OFFENSE FRAUD-IMPERSON- FALSE ID GIVEN TO LEO SANTOS, CALVIN MANONDOS OUT OF COUNTY WARRANT ORLANDO BATTERY- CAUSE BODILY HARM 37 ORLANDO Support conservation and fish with NEW Florida specialty license plate DRUGS-POSSESS COCAINE 8/21/2020 APOPKA The Anatomy of Fear 40last_img read more

Samson Resources II agrees to sell its powder River Basin assets for $215 million

first_imgUsing proceeds from the sale, the Company will pay off approximately $13 million in debt under its existing reserve-based credit facility and make a cash distribution to its unitholders.  The details of the distribution are expected to be announced in early March 2021.Joseph A. Mills, President and CEO of the Company stated, “We are very pleased to announce the sale of our Powder River Basin assets.  When this sale closes, it will conclude the four-year process of monetizing Samson’s assets and delivering a strong cash return to our equity owners following our emergence from bankruptcy in March 2017.”Following the closing, the Company, which was started by Charles Schusterman in 1971, will begin the process of winding down its affairs and moving toward final dissolution.Jefferies LLC is Samson’s exclusive financial advisor and led the marketing process for the Powder River basin assets.  Willkie Farr & Gallagher LLP acted as legal counsel to Samson. Samson Resources II, has announced that it has entered into a definitive agreement under which Samson will sell all of its Powder River Basin assets to an undisclosed buyer for $215 million in an all-cash transaction.  The Company exited 2020 producing approximately 8,500 barrels of oil equivalent per day (75% oil) from the Powder River Basin.  The sale is expected to close on or around March 4, 2021 and will have a January 1, 2021 effective date.  Following the closing, the Company will have divested substantially all of its upstream assets. The Company’s only remaining upstream oil and gas assets will consist of approximately 24,000 net leasehold acres, 23,000 net mineral acres and 40 non-operated wells, all located in East Texas, Oklahoma and Louisiana, which the Company anticipates divesting in early 2021. The Company exited 2020 producing approximately 8,500 barrels of oil equivalent per day (75% oil) from the Powder River Basin.  The sale is expected to close on or around March 4, 2021 and will have a January 1, 2021 effective date Samson Resources II to sell its powder River Basin assets. (Credit: Pixabay/James Armbruster.) Source: Company Press Releaselast_img read more