TAMPA, Fla. – The Hillsborough County Sheriff’s Office (HCSO) has apprehended an individual with a criminal history of eight convictions during a probation search.
This arrest was made as part of a joint operation involving HCSO and the Florida Department of Corrections, aiming to ensure that people on probation fulfill all their requirements.
During the operation, a search warrant was executed at 6915 Silver Run Drive, Apartment 201, Tampa, FL. In the process, loaded extended 9mm magazines were discovered in the room of Camarion Richardson, the person under probation.
Additionally, detectives found a firearm, which was later confirmed to be reported stolen from the jurisdiction of the Plant City Police Department in March of this year.
Richardson, who is 19 years old, now faces eight counts of Violation of Probation for various offenses, including Grand Theft Motor Vehicle (X2), Burglary of Dwelling (X2), Battery of Law Enforcement Officer, Grand Theft, Criminal Mischief, and Carjacking.
In addition to the Violation of Probation charges, Richardson also faces new charges for Felon in Possession of a Firearm/Ammunition and Possession of Marijuana exceeding 20 grams.
Sheriff Chad Chronister emphasized the commitment of the HCSO to ensure community safety. He praised the diligent work of their detectives in enforcing probation requirements set by the Florida Department of Corrections and holding individuals accountable for their actions.
Sheriff Chronister asserted that they will continue to pursue those who pose a threat to the community and bring them to justice.