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Woman faces home invasion robbery charge


Woman faces home invasion robbery charge

A 19-year-old Tarpon Springs woman was charged Thursday with home invasion robbery, reports the Pasco County Sheriff's Office. On Sept. 24, Breeanna C. Harman, of 1105 E. Lemon St., entered a Pasco man's home with a gun and took money, marijuana and personal property worth "in excess of $11,500," says a warrant for her arrest filed in court. Harman is being held in lieu of $150,000 bail at the Land O'Lakes jail.


Chow down on flapjacks for cause

A free pancake breakfast by the Volunteer Way food bank, IHOP restaurants and the Knights of Columbus will be 8:30 to 11:30 a.m. Nov. 7 at the Knights of Columbus Hall, 5850 K of C Drive. Face painting will be available for kids, the Sheriff's Office will provide ID's for children, and the Early Learning Coalition of Pasco Hernando will hand out free kids books. The pancake breakfasts are held monthly. Donations are welcomed, but not required. All funds go to the Volunteer Way to buy food for needy families. For information, call (727) 815-0433.


NRA group to host dinner and auction

Tickets are available for the annual Friends of the National Rifle Association dinner and gun auction. It begins at 6 p.m. Nov. 7 at the Rotary Concourse Pavilion, 15323 State Road 52. Tickets are $35 per person. For information, contact Bill Bunting at (727) 862-1063.


Joy Lotito is a member of the Tap 'N Dolls who will perform at the next Thursday Musicale concert. Her name was omitted from an article Friday.

Pasco deaths

A detailed list of obituaries is published in Section B.

Woman faces home invasion robbery charge 10/30/09 [Last modified: Friday, October 30, 2009 9:58pm]
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