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Man, 25, faces charge of unlawful sexual activity with a minor

ZEPHYRHILLS

Man jailed on unlawful sex with minor charge

A 25-year-old man was arrested Monday and charged with two counts of unlawful sexual activity with a minor.

On Oct. 24, Gilbert Hernandez of Zephyrhills rented a room at the Best Western hotel in Wesley Chapel, where he had two 16-year-old girls perform oral sex on him, according to the Pasco County Sheriff's Office.

Hernandez met one of the girls online; the other girl was her friend, deputies said. Officials from the Pasco County school district told deputies about Hernandez's contact with the girls.

He remained Tuesday at the Land O'Lakes jail in lieu of $20,000 bail.

LUTZ

Man arrested after fight with boy, 15

Tracy Clower, 37, was released from the Land O'Lakes jail Tuesday after spending a half-day behind bars on child abuse charges.

Pasco deputies say Clower provoked a 15-year-old boy into a fight Monday afternoon. The relationship between the two was not released.

Blows were exchanged and when the teen fled, Clower went after him and punched him in the right eye, according to the sheriff's report.

Clower of 1928 Kettler Drive told deputies he started the fight, the report said.

NEW PORT RICHEY

Ex-boyfriend accused of attacking women

A 26-year-old man is accused of breaking into his ex-girlfriend's apartment and attacking her and a visitor.

According to the Pasco County Sheriff's Office, Drexel Green broke in through a bedroom window of the home and once inside, hit his ex-girlfriend several times, injuring her mouth. He then attempted to strangle her guest, deputies said.

The women fled and called for help.

Green of 12025 Wanda Ave. was charged with domestic battery and burglary with battery. He remained Tuesday at the Land O'Lakes Jail in lieu of $150,150 bail.

Man, 25, faces charge of unlawful sexual activity with a minor 12/15/09 [Last modified: Tuesday, December 15, 2009 7:51pm]
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