CHARLES ELDRIDGE ADAMS
DOB: 07/21/1949 – 65 years old
Hair Color: SALT AND PEPPER
Height: 5’ 9”
Weight: 160 Pounds
Charles was last seen on or around April 1, 2014 at 1488 State Road 20 in Interlachen (Cooper Lake Trailer Park). Charles is believed to have connections to Putnam County, Florida, Camden County, Georgia, and Hawaii. His current location is unknown.
ANYONE WITH INFORMATION REGARDING THIS PERSON’S LOCATION IS ASKED TO CONTACT THE
PUTNAM COUNTY SHERIFF’S OFFICE AT
(386) 329-0800 OR 1-800-426-9975
East Palatka, FL: On Friday July 25, 2014 at approximately 5:15 am Putnam County deputies responded to the area of Louis Broer Road in East Palatka in reference to the report of a man lying in the road and possibly deceased. Upon arrival they found an unresponsive black male, later identified as 41 year old Frankee Lee Bolling, lying in the roadway. Rescue units responded and attempted to check Bolling for injuries. When he was awakened it became apparent that Bolling was highly intoxicated and he became uncooperative and combative. Bolling was restrained by deputies in order to be transported to the Putnam Community Medical Center for medical evaluation. At the Hospital Bolling continued to be combative attempting to fight and to bite deputies as they attempted to assist medical staff.
After being medically cleared, Bolling was declared to be fit for incarceration and was placed under arrest and transported to the Putnam County Jail. When he was searched incident to his arrest, Bolling was also found to be in the possession of drug paraphernalia in the form of a pipe and other materials commonly used to smoke cocaine. He was booked on the following charges and is currently being held on a bond of $5,016.00.
- One count of disorderly intoxication
- One count of resisting a law enforcement officer with violence
- One count of assault
- One count of the possession of drug equipment
Palatka, FL: Over the past two weeks, Putnam County Sheriff’s Office Property Crimes detectives Lynn Nicely and Ricky Jones have arrested four people in connection with the burglary of a business located at 500 Pine Street in Palatka. The suspects are; 29 year old Joseph Cole Wise, 22 year old Bradley Kyle Hutson, 30 year old Carol Sue Seuell and 37 year old Pamela Kay Barnes. The same business was actually burglarized twice at the beginning of this month. The first burglary occurred on July 1, 2014 and then the business was targeted again two days later on July 3, 2014. A wide variety of electric tools, electronics, machinery, motors, miscellaneous equipment and an undetermined amount of cash was taken during the break-ins. Detectives Nicely and Jones were quick to point out that evidence obtained by K-9 patrol deputy James Heath during the investigation of the first burglary was instrumental in solving both crimes. They also indicated that while a large portion of the stolen property has been recovered the investigation is ongoing and additional arrests are possible.
Wise was arrested and booked into the Putnam County Jail on two counts of burglary, two counts of larceny and two counts of dealing in stolen property and is currently being held on a bond of $60,000. Hutson was arrested and booked into the Putnam County Jail on one count of burglary, one count of larceny, one count of dealing in stolen property and four counts of the violation of probation and is currently being held without the benefit of a bond. Seuell was arrested and booked into the Putnam County Jail on two counts of burglary, two counts of larceny, one count of dealing in stolen property and one count of fraud by providing a false statement and is currently being held on a bond of $42, 508.00. Barnes was arrested and booked into the Putnam County Jail on one count of dealing in stolen property and one count of fraud by providing a false statement. Barnes was subsequently released on a bond of $17,000.
Sheriff Jeff Hardy said “Our detectives routinely work very closely with our patrol deputies to share information and solve crimes. This particular case is an excellent example of that cooperative partnership in action”.
Hawthorne, FL: On July 22, 2014 detectives with the Putnam County Sheriff’s Office Drug and Vice Unit responded to 127 Beulah Drive, Hawthorne in reference to an anonymous tip that marijuana was being grown in large quantities at that location. Upon arrival deputies were able to view numerous marijuana plants growing in plain sight in the backyard. Contact was made with the occupant of the residence, Christopher Demot Griffin, who consented to a search of the home and property. The search revealed 96 marijuana plants, several pounds of marijuana that had already been harvested and a variety of drug related paraphernalia. Griffin, who is a convicted felon, was also found to be in the possession of a .410 gauge shotgun.
Griffin was arrested and transported to the Putnam County Jail where he was booked on the below listed charges and later released on a bond of $4,012.00.
- 1.One count of producing marijuana
- 2.One count of the possession of drug equipment
- 3.One count of possessing a firearm by a convicted felon
Palatka, FL: On Tuesday July 22, 2014 at approximately 12:45 am Putnam County K-9 Deputy Mike Cooley conducted a traffic stop on a vehicle when he witnessed it run a red light at Husson Avenue and Silver Lake Drive in Palatka. During the course of the traffic stop Deputy Cooley’s K-9 partner Aries was walked around the vehicle and alerted to the driver’s door. Further investigation revealed Rodriguez to be in the possession of a trafficking amount of Oxycodone pills and to have a concealed loaded semi-automatic pistol without a permit.
Rodriguez was arrested and transported to the Putnam County Jail where he was booked on the following charges. He is currently being held without the benefit of a bond.
- One count of possession of drugs
- One count of drug trafficking
- One count of carrying a concealed weapon
- One count of violation of probation