|Published:||Jul 08, 2010 7:18 PM EDT|
|Updated:||Jul 08, 2010 4:18 PM EDT|
CHARLOTTE COUNTY, Fla - Deputies with the Osceola County Sheriff’s Office arrest 2 people wanted for robbery and grand theft of a Punta Gorda man that occurred last month in Englewood.
Arrested were Janeen Laverne Campbell and Terry Donald Woodrum.
Detectives said Carl Brown, 44, 48863 Bermont Rd., asked the Bread of Life Mission in Punta Gorda for two people to assist him in loading 2,000 watermelons. Campbell and Woodrum were driven to Brown’s home on June 15 and loaded his 2004 Dodge truck and trailer. The next day all three drove to Englewood to sell to a man for $1,100 cash. Brown, Campbell and Woodrum then proceeded to spend the night at Brown’s friend’s condo at Angler’s Resort, 1385 Gulf Blvd., Englewood.
Deputies were called out that night to report Brown was found bleeding and said he was hit in the face with a pipe and robbed of his money, ring, keys and truck. Deputies said Brown refused EMS treatment and was too intoxicated to give details of what happened at the condo. Detectives found blood splattered on the floor, walls and a blood soaked towel in the shower inside the condo.
The next day, June 17, Brown called CCSO from his home and wanted to talk to detectives about what happened at the Englewood Condo; he also reported his house trailer on Bermont Road had been broken into. A generator and chain saw were stolen and he found a wallet belonging to Campbell inside the trailer. Total value of items stolen was set at $18,110; this included cash, ring, generator, chain saw and his truck.
Detectives issued warrants for Campbell and Woodrum’s arrest. The CCSO Warrant Squad tracked the couples location to Kenansville and based on information they provided, OCSO deputies located and arrested them at a Walmart in St. Cloud. Brown’s stolen truck was recovered by Glades County Sheriff’s Office. Campbell and Woodrum were returned and booked into the Charlotte County Jail. Both were charged with Robbery and Grand Theft. Bond was set at $30,000 for Woodrum and $15,000 for Campbell and have not posted bond.