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Hernando briefs: Brooksville man accused of stealing vehicles in two counties

BROOKSVILLE

Man accused of stealing vehicles

A Brooksville man wanted in the theft of several vehicles in Hernando and Sumter counties, including trucks and trailers, plus all-terrain vehicles, construction equipment and tools, was arrested early Wednesday in Sumter County. Kenneth Wayne Lollie, 47, is in the Sumter County Jail on charges of grand theft. Authorities discovered the stolen vehicles and equipment at addresses in Hernando and Sumter counties, as well as in Tennessee.

Part of Croom Road to be closed for work

The Hernando County Public Works Department will replace culverts on Croom Road, between Broad Street and McIntyre Road, starting Monday. This portion of the road will be closed to all traffic until May 24. Detours will be posted. For information, call the Hernando County Engineering Division at 754-4062.

SPRING HILL

Precinct 48 to vote at new location

Voters in Precinct 48 will now cast ballots at the Knights of Columbus Hall, 10470 Spring Hill Drive, instead of Grace Lutheran Church, Hernando County Supervisor of Elections Annie Williams has announced . For information, call 754-4125 or 540-6313.

HERNANDO BEACH

Coast Guard Auxiliary to host open house

Coast Guard Auxiliary, Flotilla 15-8, will host a two-day open house from 10 a.m. to 3 p.m. Saturday and Sunday at the auxiliary building, 4340 Calienta St.

Today's picks

Black Educators Caucus hosts Marie A. Lawson Scholarship Banquet: 6 p.m., Palace Grand, 275 Della Court, Spring Hill. Tickets are $30. Christene Yant, 683-2766.

Stage West presents Agatha Christie's "Murder on the Nile": 8 p.m., Stage West Community Playhouse, 8390 Forest Oaks Blvd., Spring Hill. $18. 683-5113.

Hernando deaths

Brangan, William M. III

Gonos, Jaden M.

Maggard, Ronald Lee

Smith, Philip C.

This list is from detailed obituaries published in Section B.

Hernando briefs: Brooksville man accused of stealing vehicles in two counties 05/15/08 [Last modified: Thursday, May 15, 2008 9:26pm]
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