Pinellas Park police arrest Julius Baker for possession of marijuana and outstanding warrants from Okaloosa County during an investigation of drug sales at Palm Village Mobile Home Park, 12474 66th St. N. in Pinellas Park.
PINELLAS PARK – The Pinellas Park Police Department concluded a one-month investigation Aug. 6 at Palm Village Mobile Home, 12474 66th St. N.
Seven people were arrested on various charges related to sale and possession of narcotics. The investigation began due to numerous complaints from the public about drug sales taking place within the park, according to the police report.
Multiple units participated in the investigation, including narcotics, special services, crime prevention, professional standards, training, youth services, community redevelopment, special operations, K-9 and traffic enforcement.
Julius Roosevelt Baker, 28, of Pinellas Park was arrested for misdemeanor possession of marijuana and on two outstanding warrants from Okalossa County for domestic battery and possession of cannabinoids (bath salts).
Christopher Lee Beaudoin, 27, of Pinellas Park was arrested for possession of oxycodone, sale and delivery of oxycodone and unlawful use of a two-way communications device. Bond was set at $14,000.
Carla Jean-Chensel Beaudoin, 46, of Pinellas Park was arrested for possession and sale of hydromorphone. She was released on her own recognizance.
Jonathan Michael Hyde, 30, of Pinellas Park, was arrested for possession and sale of hydromorphone and possession and sale of oxycodone. He was released on his own recognizance.
Kevin Paul Rushia, 48, of Pinellas Park was arrested on two counts of sale or delivery of cannabis, two counts of felony possession of marijuana, and sale of prescription drugs. Bond was set at $25,150.
Jamie Michael Targove, 28, of Pinellas Park was arrested on two counts of sale or delivery of a controlled substance, possession of marijuana and possession of a controlled substance. Bond was set at $22,150.
Christopher Johnson, aka Torbit McKinley, 50, of Largo was arrested for felony sale of marijuana and misdemeanor possession of marijuana. Bond was set at $5,150.