Combative Reddick man jailed on multitude of charges after caught driving without license

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Christner Angerville

A Reddick man who was known to be driving without a license was arrested Wednesday on a litany of charges after a traffic stop that resulted in a nasty scuffle.

An Ocala Police officer spotted a black Honda Civic traveling north on NE 25th Avenue that was making evasive maneuvers. The vehicle, which was coming from the Berkeley Pointe Apartments, eventually entered the Oakbrook Plaza at 2534 NE 14th Street and stopped in front of a Wells Fargo bank, a police report states.

Seconds later, 26-year-old Christner Angerville exited the vehicle and started to walk away. He was given numerous commands to stop moving away from the vehicle, when he eventually complied with and was then detained, the report says.

An officer observed Angerville allegedly discard a white powdery substance that was located inside a scratch-off lottery ticket that had been in his right front pocket. Officers were then forced to combat Angerville’s attempts to discard other items. He started kicking at two officers and was taken to the ground, the report says.

Angerville, who lives at 3060 NW 155th St. in Reddick, was placed under arrest and transported to the Marion County Jail. He was charged with:

  • Armed trafficking in MDMA and methamphetamine;
  • Driving with license suspended or revoked;
  • Resisting an officer with violence;
  • Introduction of contraband into a detention facility;
  • Tampering with evidence;
  • Possession of a firearm by a convicted felon;
  • Possession of a conveyance while trafficking drugs;
  • Two counts of a possession of a controlled substance without a prescription; and
  • Possession of heroin, marijuana and drug paraphernalia.

Angerville’s bond also was revoked on previous charges of possession of a weapon or ammunition by a convicted felon and possession of a controlled substance (MDMA) without a prescription. He was being held on $105,500 bond and is due in court on Feb. 11 at 9 a.m. to answer to the charges.

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