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To: Honorable Mayor and Council ( ' ,"ii'iif''-


Date: July 1, 2019
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From: George Gretsas, City Manager
I HOMEST0E1AD j
Re: Steve Shiver

This report has been written in response to false allegations made by Steve Shiver (a.k.a.
Roy Stephen Shiver, Jr., a.k.a. Roy S. Shiver, a.k.a. Roy S. Shiver, Jr., a.k.a. Stephen
Shiver, a.k.a, Roy Stephen Shiver, a.k.a. Shiver Roy S. Jr.) that he has been the target of
improper policing by the Homestead Police Department (H PD). His claims are without
merit. Mr. Shiver has been the subject of three separate, unrelated and properly
conducted criminal investigations by the Homestead Police Department over the past
two and a half years. Two of the unrelated cases are still open and one has been closed.
This first report will only address the closed case in which Mr. Shiver was the subject of
a narcotics investigation. The two other cases are still active.

The Shiver narcotics investigation was initiated in March of 2018 after a life-long friend
of Shiver was arrested for possession of illegal drugs (Tab 1). On March 6, 2018,
Homestead police stopped an individual by the name o f - for a moving
violation) which resulted in an arrest after police discovered illegal drugs in - •s
vehicle. Upon being booked at Homestead Police Headquarters, - requested to
speak with a specific Homestead Police Department detective (who was not involved
with the original stop or arrest) claiming that he had information about "a bigger fish."
At-•s request, the detective met with him while he was still in custody at
Homestead Police Department Headquarters. - proceeded to claim in the
interview with tbe detective that Shiver has been a habitual cocaine user for yeaTs and
t h a t - was his routine dealer (Tab 2). - also provided descriptions of what he
claimed were Shiver's usual method of payment for the cocaine, the normal process for
delivering the cocaine to Shiver's house, and provided the names of others who he
claimed were dealers from whom Shiver also purchased drugs. - claimed that
Shiver would call him and say, "I need an eight ball of cocaine. I put money on the card."
- claimed that Shiver would provide him with an ATM card with instructions to
withdraw the amount of money needed to purchase the cocaine. - claimed that he
would then check the account associated with the card, retrieve the funds from an ATM,
pick up the cocaine, and deliver it to Shiver's house in Homestead and keep a small
profit for himself. - advised that the last time Shiver called him was the day that
Shiver was appointed to the Police Benevolent Association. - went on to say to the
detective, "Next time Shiver calls me, I will call you, and when I deliver to his door, you
can bomb rush him."

The City was able to obtain copies of Shiver's personal bank account statements from his
bankruptcy proceedings which included detailed information about ATM cash
withdrawals from Shiver's account (Tab 3). The records indicate that throughout 2017,
Shiver's bank account was accessed regularly late at night in the form of ATM
withdrawals in areas known for high drug and criminal activity (Tab 4). These locations,
most of which are in Florida City include Sam's Hideaway (750 S Krome Ave), Circle K
(970 W Palm), Food Ma1t (970 W Palm), El Charrito Mini Mart (636 W Palm),
Walgreens (52 E Palm Dr.), Race Track (35426 S Dixie), Texaco (400 SE 1 Ave), Mobil
Lucy (777 S Dixie), Ceuter State Bank (302 W Palm Dr.), and Shell (Palm Dr. & US1)
(Tab 3 & 4). Shiver's bank records frequently show repeated withdrawals of amounts
ranging between $100 and $400, sometimes occurring on the same day. Withdrawals
would often happen during late-night hours on weeknights, including multiple
withdrawals on the same day from the same location, sometimes just minutes apa1t.
More than half of the withdrawals occurred between midnight and 6 A.M.

During- interview, - claimed that Shiver also obtained cocaine from an


individual by the name of (Tab 2). - is a longtime friend and business
associate of Shiver.

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On March 7, 2018, the day after-'s arrest, he and the detective had another
interview. The following are excerpts from the transcript of the recording from
the March ih interview between the Homestead Police detective a n d _
(Tab 5):

In this excerpt, - claimed that Shiver expects home delivery of the cocaine.

Detective: So - okay. So tell me how - you told me - you told me once,


but tell me again. How's this - when Steve wants something, how does it
work? 'Cause you told me he won't come out of the house.

- : No, he's - he's not going to come and get it. Them gonna - when
he calls - he calls, I gotta take it to him bro.

In this excerpt, - claimed Shiver would give him an ATM card to pay for the
cocaine.

- : No, 110 he has a bunk curd -

Detective: Right.

- : -- an account here. He keeps whateve1· in that accounts. If he


doesn't have money in that account, then he comes one account, and puts
the money in this account, like --

Detective: Oh, he transfers it.

-:Yeah.

In this excerpt, - claimed that Shiver is known for his cocaine usage.

Detective: Yeah. So, what about Shiver?

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- : Ain't got no Shiver, y'all know Steve was doing this in the first
place. Everyone knew it that way that he had - uh - that's what
told me, says everybody knew Steve was doing
coke, man. But what are they gonna do about it.

In this excerpt, - claimed that Shiver is a habitual cocaine addict who will
continue to use cocaine.

- : Well, Steve ain't never gonna stop using coke though, I mean -

Detective: He's never gonna stop using it?

-:No,man.

In this excerpt, - claimed that cocaine is Shiver's drug of choice.

Detective: Steve calls you, and you said he always wants an eight ball?

- : Y~uh , h~ - he uin't want less than that man.

Detective: Okay, so he wants eight ball. Strict - stTictly coke?

-:Mhm.

Detective: And he won't come out of the house?

- : Nope. He's scared. He 's been in it, the man, he - he been waiting
to get back into shit like this. And he wants to keep his nose clean.

Detective: What's his end game? What's he want to do?

- : What do you mean?

Detective: What does he -- where does he want to go from here?

- : Run - runfor - when Otis stops, when Oh·s retires, he wants to


locate to Florida City and run for mayor.

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Detective: In Florida City?

-:Yeah.

During the March 6 th questioning o f - the detective asked him how he became
involved with Shiver. - advised that they have been friends since Shiver was a kid.
He went on to tell the detective that he would agree to let the police know when his next
drug sale to Shiver was arranged (Tab 2). The case was closed by police after - told
Shiver that he had a discussion about the investigation with Shiver.

- was subsequently stopped and arrested for a vehicle traffic offense, but was taken
to the hospital afterwards because of complaints of high blood sugar (Tab 6). While at
the hospital waiting to be cleared, - claimed to the officer in the emergency room
that he and Shiver "snort coke" together in Florida City and that they were really good
friends and had known each other for a while. - claimed that these activities
occurred on multiple occasions.

In addition to - s allegations that Shiver has a substance abuse problem, Shiver


himself was asked under oath about whether he had any substance abuse issues. The
following is a sworn deposition from September 2018 before the Bankruptcy Trustee in
Shiver's bankruptcy proceeding (Tab 7):

Attorney: Do you have any drug abuse, substance abuse, or alcohol


abuse problem, sir, or haue you in the past two years? And I won't go ~ I
will try to be mindful on the record, but I need a "yes" or "no" answer to
that question.

Shiver: There have been issues.

Attorney: With you?

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Shiver: Yes.

In a prior section of the deposition, Shiver testified that he did not drink much
(Tab 8):

Q: Are you a big drinker, Mr . Shive,·?

A: No, sir.

Q: Because I see a lot of Best Buy liquors on here, not just sporadic. Like
just here in this three-day period I see Best Buy Liquors for 75, another
Best Buy Liquors for Bo. What are those for, if you know?

A: Liquor, I assume.

Q: Pllrchased by you?

A: No, sir.

Questions about illegal drug use have dogged Shiver for years, dating back to as early as
April, 2001 (Tab 9). In an article written by Jim DeFede in the Miami New Times
(https:/ /www .miaminewtimes.com/news/ a-friend-in-need-635.2845), DeFede
explained that he met Shiver for an interview, where he asked if Shiver had used any
illegal drugs in the past few years. S,hiver responded, "I'm not going to go into that.
We've got too much work at hand." The article continued to read:

"But he refused to respond to any questions about possible drug use in his
recent past. 'I'm not going to go there,' he snapped."

An earlier DeFede article (https://www.miaminewtimes.com/news/under-new-


management-6353104) alleged delays in Shiver undergoing a drug test while serving as
County Manager (Tab 10). According to DeFede, once Shiver finally did submit to a drug

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test, he refused to release the results even though he had previously promised to make
the test results publicly available. DeFede wrote:

"County spokeswoman Rhonda Barrett informed me that the results of


his drug scl'eening would not be released and referred all questions
regarding that decision to Shiver."

"His failure to comply with county rules requiring all new employees to
undergo a physical exam and submit to a drug test before beginning
work.fueled questions about past drug use."

Shiver also has a history of incidents requiring police attention, whose reports detail the
possible involvement of alcohol or drug use, including a 2006 altercation between
Shiver and Steve D. Losner, a 2008 DUI arrest in Maggie Valley, North Carolina, and a
2015 domestic dispute with a former girlfriend. On November 3, 2006, Losner went to
the Homestead Police station to report an incident between him and Shiver. The
folJowjng is Losner's incident statement (Tab 11):

"Approx. 3:40 Shive1· arrived at my office @ 65 NW 16ST HMSTD. He


stormed into my private office screaming and arguing about the
sequence of events regarding the CRA audit. He threw his blackberry
phone, continued to scream obscenities, and make political threats. I
became fearful of bodily harm and asked him to leave my office. He did
so only after making threats and behaving erratically .. At the time of
Shiver's arrival, I was on my office phone w/ Curt Ivy. In an earlier
phone conversation Ivy referred to Shiver as "wired." Although I am not
medically trained, I believe Mr. Shiver was under the influence of
alcohol/or drugs. I have never seen anyone act so irrational through
speech and behavior."

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On January 16, 2015, Shiver called the police to file a report on a former girlfriend to
whom he owed $17,800 (Tab 12). In the bankruptcy deposition, Shiver acknowledged
that he indeed owed his former girlfriend the money but had not paid her back (Tab 13).
According to the 2015 police repo1t, Shiver complained to the police that the former
girlfriend "made threats to accuse him of having drugs so that he could be arrested (Tab
12)."

On June 7, 2008, Shiver was stopped in Maggie Valley, North Carolina when a police
officer noticed that he had driven up the grnss embankment (Tab 14). Upon stopping
Shiver, the police officer noted in his report that the "driver's eyes were bloodshot and
glassy looking." The report goes on to detail the following observations from the police
officer about Shiver on this occasion:

• "When he spoke to me, his speech was very slurred"


• "I observed that he was very unsteady"
• "l asked Roy to attempt the walk and turn test. Roy stated that he could not do
the test. He stated to me that 'You Got Me"'
• "I could detect an odor of alcoholic beverage on his breath"
• "Roy stated that he would like to talk to the Chief of Police"
• "Roy asked me three times if! was Maggie Valley or Haywood County. I
answered him three times Maggie Valley Police."

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11
TAB 2

12
IlNTEJ& OFFICE MEMORANDUM

TO:-

Dute: i\pril 10, 2018


Subject: Roy Stephen Shiver fr. (Steve) und the Police llencvolenl Association

On March 06, 2018, - - ) requested to speak with Detective. . after


being arrested ( · ). Detective-Interviewed with
present In the room. On this date, the re7c,'rcFng system stopped functioning after 11 minutes and 1
second. -...,as read Miranda by Detective lllltnd then he(. .) read Miranda to himself.
- h e n Initialed the appropriate spots and signed the Miranda form. . . agreed to speak to
Detective . . . again advised that he purchased Mollys (MOMA) from -
) who resides at Florlda City, Florida 33034.-fsed that
the Mollys where for personal use, . . went on to say that~ he would like to work for Detective
again and that h e - ) could give-a bigger fish. <Ill originally signed up . . as a
confidential Informant In 2004 under ■■■■IJ, On this date, . .advised that he ( - has a
prepaid credit card that was provided to him (. .) by Steve Shiver (05/18i1966), advised that
Shiver wl/l call himfllll} and advise "I need an eight ball of cocaine I put money on the card". . .
wlll then check the prepaid card to assure that the money has been uploaded. wlll then go and
pick up an eight ball of cocaine and dellver It to Shivers house In Homestead. . .
advised that the last time Shiver called him was the day that he was appointed to the Police Benevolent
Association (P.B.A). Shiver told Ill that the dude that was the new President of the P.B.A. Is one of
Shivers best friends . . .went on to say that, Shiver also gets cocaine f r o m -
, _ and another guy bv the name of-that hangs out around ■iiil■ Homestec1d,
Florida. Detective- asked. . how he became Involved with Shiver. . . advised that he and
Shiver have been friends sense Shiver was a kid and that he currently rents a house from Shiver. -
went on to tellllll that "next time Shiver calls me I wUI call you and when I deliver It to his door you
can bombrush him." Detective- advised. . that he . . .) was going to Jail for the MOMA and
cocaine but that the two could talk later.

Note: . . advised that Shiver pavs $180.00 for and eight bait of cocaine and that h e - pays
$135.00 for the eight ball of cocaine. This Is how- mc1kes a llttle e)(tra money,

13
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ROY STEPHEN SHIVER JR Statement Date


Account Number ..
03/20/2017

PAGE :l ClfG

- - - - - - - ·- - - --MISCELLANEOUS DEBITS - - - - - - - -
IJATE DESCRIPTION A.MOUNT
3/t6 Transfer from ,c,am to x x - #?.074 350.00
3117 PLANET FIT/CLUB FEES 21 .31)
305-242-4300
ROY SHIVER
3/20 Transfl!r from ,:Jao x . #7589 50,ll(I
3/20 Transfer from ~ o >: (18618 SO.DO
:mo Maintenance Fee 15.00

DATE DEBITS
2121 aoooo

2/21 202,'TG

:\4.72

2/Z1 1:\0.43

212·1 87.66

2121 40.54

Z/22 li'0,46

2/?.3 n3.25

2/2:l :168,00

2/2.3 3G,67

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Account Number 1-t,r f,/ ' I -

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ATM/ DEBIT CARD '\'RAI\ISACTIONS - - -- -- --·-


l)ATE DESCRIPTIO~ CRl~DITS DEBITS
~/27 A.,tlVI Vlllltl(aWiil 00,26

2/27
F. OR.dar2 -~
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193.1?.
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000D024272701 ,.....,2/28 19:4-7
?.127 PCS Purchaqe 19,!l~
GOL0 COAST sc~,LS TAMARAC FL
OODOOV!i048O23 UA 02124 23:18
2/28 ~s~~~" 1~00
A?L• nur~ES,COM/BILL a0a.71i.77u3 CA
0000091J999898 uo-02/llB 09:0l
?./28 POS Purchase 1U,?.6
FONTAINEBLEAU F ~ MIAMI BEACH r:L
00000898ll9899 ----02/27 11 :33
2/28 PCS Purohasa 11.lift
EB RED TEN1'~ERHOO 8014137200 CA
000000000""""'11110212717:06
2/28 POS Purchase 2.9!1
APL• ITUNES.COM/Btb°ea.112-7763 CA
0000091)998989 I.IH 02/,28 09:03
3/02 POS Purchase 30.80
PUBLIX NORTH M ~ . FL
OOOOOPOB69106 ..., 03/0116:47
3/0.2 POS PurohQse 16,54
STARBUCKS ST0~5;1;3se03/0·I '13:26
0000089899989 d •
MIAMI FL

3/03 POS Purchase 508,4Y


AT& T'Bll.L PA.NT 0B003310500 TX
0000000~,j M,.., 03/02 06:38
3/03 POS Purchase 64.l)D
APL• ITUIIIES,COM/~66-7\2-7763 CA
0000099999999 •""-••-03/02 03129
3/03 POS Pur~hase ,M,2~
CHEVROW 0202646 a'II FL
0000099989099 · · · · - 03/02 10: 18
3103 PO~ J>urc:1,.. ~e 19.9~
APL'· ITUNES,COM/.866-712-7753 C/l.
0000099999899 • .-.u
03/02 03;0~
3/06 POS Purch11se ll8,tll'
Al.DI 77081 r-LORIDillliiliiY FL
0000029&7l'1'01 "''W 03/0S 10;a;:i
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APL• ITUl~EB.COM/131LL OS6-712-'lil>3 r.;A
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D/.\TF.
- ·- DESCRIPTION
- - MISCELLANEOUS Df: BITS
AMOUNT
411?. ATT/Paymenl 342.7'!
B~86i'9004-MVW8P Ray Shiver
4/111 ATM WO PEE FL0144 il,00
33380 S DIXIE 33390 S DIXIE FLORID/~ C
4/14 ATM WO FEE TX4036 :i.oo
PAI ISO 636 W PALM OR FLORID/~. C
4/14 ATM WD fEE TX1 ?.GO ?..00
PAIJSO 961 W PALM DR FLORIDA C::
4/'l'l PLANET FIT/CLUB l' e13S 21,39
308-242-4300
ROYSHIV!;R
4/'!8 ATM WO FEE CK02?.3 2..00
Cardtrontcs C 970 W PAUi/i DR FLORIDA C
'1118 ATM WO Fl:E'. CK0223 2.00
eardtronll;:s C 970 W fl ALM DR FI.OR\D/.l, C
4/19 1-'PL DIRECl' DEBIT/1:1,l!C PVMT 283.83
RS StllVER
4/20 overdraft/NSF Charge '10,(10
4/20 Maintenance l'ee 11l.00

ATM/ DEBIT C/\RD TRANSACTIONS


DATE DESCRIPl'IOI\J CREDITS IJl:i131TS
3/21 POS Purchase 21.3'{
BEST BUY LIQUORS HOMl:STEAD l~L
000D093S05949 ••-- 03/20 11I:o~
3122. POS PurohnBEi 76,30
CAPRI Rl!Sl'AURANT r-Lor~ll)A CITY l'L
0000081688899 ' ""~- 03120 12:G2
3/22 POS Purchftse 00.00
AMAZOl~.COM SEATTLE WA
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,1/23 A1 .lif&Wltl 1100:()[1
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03/~221:21 Q02,76~X~8~Hl
,102.7(,

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00000938060tl9 ~-. . u oa1221 0:oo
:m::, POS Purchase l\0,00
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Account Numbe1

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- - - - -- - - - Al 'M I 1)1::BIT CARD TP.ANSACTION·S - - -- - - - - -


DATE DESCRIPTION CREDITS DEBITS
AMAZOl~.COM SSAT'rl;.f: WA
0000000000101 ..... . . . 03/2?.1'1:2?.
3/2.3 POS Purohase 41,BS-
IJOMINO'S PIZZA 3198 734-930-3030 FL
0000099998999 .......03/2218:.16
3/24 POS PurcMse 50.(lll
CANTON CHINESE RGSTAUR 07082/J250Bl FL
000.00»6 Bl<AhM-03/.23 22:,?.4
31?.7

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303.26

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WAl..,MART #27271i'DA CIW FL
0000024272701 .... 03/26 11 :03
312 i' POS. l'urotu,se ·14 o,OU
SQ •SQ •WI-IOLESOME FOOD Santa Morllc:a CA
0000099999999 ~~Milllt>3J26 11 :&'.I
3/'2.'l POS PurohRse 30.UO
AMAZON.COM SEATTLE WA
0000000000101 ••..,.03/21> 10:03
:m., POS Purchase o0,16
PORTOFINO COAL .,-IOMEST.EAD Fl.
000009999S099 "'' • 03/26 19:36
3127 POS Purohuse 60.(111
AMAZON.COM SEA~WA
0000000000101 ·•~1~3(24-13:42
, 3/27 ros Puro11ase · 5'1.8()
SHELL 011. 671iS'005 r:I.ORIM CITV fl
ooooooooo·•••IIIIOa,211 1s:10
POS PUl'Ohase ~1.70
DOMli\lO'S PIV..A 31~4-930-3030 Fl ..
000000090s909 ••i••ao312a rn:i10
3127 POS Purchase :11.1 0
wea ~NETWORKSO~N.S 8Blf-6A2-orm ; FL
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00Q001J9909999 •M""-03/26 01~3I)
3/21) AiJ1M Wllhd~IIWl)I .rno (Jl)
0BN ~R /1.t 6 802,WEtn PAl.f\ll Ruh• '.WO•I nu,.- :, OOOl<il
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Account Number •,\ r.,~ 1
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PAGE: 6 or 11
- ATM / DEBIT CARI) l T~ANSACl'fONS
D.A TE DESCRIPTION CREDIT~ IJl::BfTS
00000091)99999 .,,M_,4/06 22,;20
MCl7 POS Purchase 30.'i 4
DOMINO'S PIZZA 3106 734-930,3030 FL
0000090999999 ··--04/00 ,!i:?.11
tl /·1 0 AilllYI ~U r~waJ W.?..76
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GVS/PHARMACV i/.0-mesteact FL
0000030511803 flt>,... 04/1013!23
'1110 POS Ptm:bnse 3?..011
OMO NAHAFI STORW19 HOMESTEAD FL
0000000008901 ••n:.t 04/0B 16;M
4/10 POS Purchase - 21.r<J
OMO NAHI\R STORW26 HOMESTEAD t'L
0000000009901 ,....,,. 011/08 09:46
4/10 POS Purohas0 25.G6
BEST BUY !.tQUOR.ESTl:AIJ l~L
0000093806940 .,... 04/07 15:34
4/·io POS Purahase · :l'i6.?. 1
LUMBER LIQUI-RS 133 rLOl~IOA CJTY FL
Q00001968 ··- 04/08 09:6:>.
~110 POS Purcmse 98.90
APL• ITUN.ES.COMll. .6B-717.-T71i3 CA
0000099909999 ...., 04/07 04: I 'I
4/10 P09 P,uroha11~ 79,!·I
MARIOS FAMILIISTAURA HOM l.:ST!;AD 1:1.
000002329 ... m 011/08 ?.0 :?.7
4/10 PO$ Purch11se 00.00
CAPm RESTAURA-ORIOA CITY r=l.
000006'1688999 M~• A 01110·, ·l'.M9
•1/10 POS Puroha3e · •19,9f•
APL' ltUNES,COM/11866 •71?.-7753 Cf.I
0000099099999 ···~· 04/07 06:30
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0000099909999 -
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- - - -- - - · - - - ATM I r)EBIT CARD TRANSACTIOI\IS - - -- - - - -


DATE DESCRIPTION CREDITS IJF.£BITS
PLAYSTA'FION NETWORf( 800-346-7669 CA
M00099999El99 . . .. _04/08 17:62
4/'IO POS Purohase 8,11/i
1il66 Marl(St St San Francisco CA
OOOOOIN2618 •m1••111t>t1t09 06!10
il/10 POS Purch«ae 7.s9
STARBUCKS STO.Ri
Q00Q~QS.8 IJ9 •.w.~
1839
FLORIDA CITY FL
. 04107 1'I: 3.0
A;JlM'iW(llt\lf~'Jlllll /!0311!0
P' 4!rD!JE 11AVf!
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M"t'\ fj/,fOJ.20:1f_!I QOj'.«O,'J!Xb69fi7
'POS ttrc:hasa 'lll9.(10
SQ 'SQ. . •TECH DREM!iGO Santa Monica CA
0000099999999 (1~11-1. . . 04/10 20:40
4/11 POS Purchase 90,04
CITY OP HOMEiiiifitD Fl.. ( 03062244800 FL
00060311'3 .... .._04/10 ?.2:08
4/i ?. POS Purcl\asa - 133,76
A AND J ROAD S E . FLORIDA CITY Fl.
000006331"109 , ..~ 04112 ·12:1 ·1
4/12 f>OS Purch115e 49,0(J
MISSION YOGA SAiaNCISCO CA
0000028984097 . .. AA-(14/10 11 !08
4/13 POS Puroltase J0.7a
DOMINO'S Pfi.zA 31&.i4•930.S030 FL
0000099fl99999 · --0"/1217:2.8
4/"!3 j POS Purehase . _ 6.0!i
: ooMINO'S Pl7,.ZA 3'WiiU4-930-3030 Fl.
Ob00099899999 .,. • • • 04/1217:36
4/11\ ATM Wlltidrawal 10J,0(1
333.90 S OtXIE 33390 S DIXII.:
FL.CITY FL
!H Oi\/13 23:01 00300(. LOi M
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PAI fSO 961 W PALM DR
F.CITYFL
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PAI ISO 036 W PAI.M OR
FL• . CITYFL
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,t/'14 POS Purahaso 9.91!
PLI\Y5TATION J\IE1• .K 800-346..?6,,0 Gt\ Rule :wo,, Docs 00111 65
OOOOQ09909999 ...... 04/1~ os:,10
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·- - ATM I DEBIT CAl::iO 1'RANSACTIONS - -·- - - -- - - ·····


DESCRIPTION CREDITS DEBIT$
DATE
163.~4
4117 ros Purcha!le
IFC DAI\IIAIFT LAUD~RDAL DAIJIA FL
000003367 .,..,...,4/1~ 16:4t
60JJO
4/17 POS Purahl\Se
AMAZON.COM SEATTLL: WA
0000000D00101 ...,. . . .04114 13'.28
,15.(l'l
tl/17 POS Purcho£;e
AMAZON.COM SEATTLE WA
0000000000101 ....... 04/11l 01 :52
43,59
M17 POS PUrchas&
AMAZON.COM SEAT"ll&_ WA
000000D000101 ..••,->4115 l8:3B
2!1.00
tl/17 POS PurchaH
CNK•CINEMARK.COM 398 800-246•3627 CA
00000991199999 ........,11/1418:38
POS Putchase.
?..0,115
4/17
IFC DAMA/FT 1.AUDERDAL DANIA FL
000006032 ~~4118 16:&3
POS Pllrt:hnse
1J,1l'
'1117
1465 Market St San Ftancl!ICO CA
OOOOOIN2619 lM<k-4(-14 07;3?.
·10.00
4117 POS Puroh0se
NRCC 2024797000 DC
000000000 ..,,._04/16 16:23
'/,8(!
4/17 POS Purchas11
1466 Ms,ket St San Francisco CA
0O000IN2&19 ,. . . .04/14 06;60
6.!lfi
4/17 POS Purchase
AMAZOM.COM SE!AT..I!.i WA
000000000010·1 .....IIII04/1610:37
&A!J
.1/17 POS PUrohase
·1456 Markel s~ s~nolsoo CA
00000IN2519 ,...,...,4/16 05:52
S.35
M17 POS PurohQ68
1•166 Market St .nclsco CA
OOOOOIN2!i19 ._ 04/14 11:08
3,9(1
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1t\62-M.1ukol St _Sii!."IIGl!lCO CA
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crardtrof\10, l'3 070 w •~1.1. LM•0R
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S/16 FPL DIRECT DEBIT/E LEC PYMT '89.1.11
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5/16 Loan PmL for M.-;to x 284.38
5/1G Tronsrer from x tu x 50.0(l
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FACEBKXJV<,HCN4R2 fi60-G·187714 CA
0000000001000 . . . . . 04./2218;?.9
,t/26 POS Purohase 19,09
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4/!"{6 p,os Furohase 13,00
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STOP & SHOP S ·I 39 N REP LAND
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6/0 '1 POS Purohas~ :~8.36
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0000094256183 M/\• 04/28 2:J:18
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0000099998999 ..... ,4/28 13:00
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ffA FEES Lf.)(ee4me.c·om 1800848641 ;, CY
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PAI ISO 961 W PAI-M DR FLORIDA C
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Cardlronlos C 792 S HOMES HOMESTEAD
6{·1?, ATM WO FE E WA03·1,,t, 2.00
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6/1 2 ATM WD FEe WA0314 2.00
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610'1 Pos Purchase 221.39
CAPRI RESTAU'RANT FLORIDA CIT\' FL
OPJ>,ODMll86SS9 -~ooroe 19:115
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EXl!CUNP.T, INC NORWALI< CT
0000099998999 ·· ··•--06/16 03 !33
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DUNKlr-1 #363062 Q FLORIDA Cll'Y i=L
000009901 ,.,.._...06117 19:·18
6/19 POS PYrohase t0.00
I\IRCC 202117117000 DC
000000000 .... , . . 00/'l 6 '16:23
6/1\? POS Pll(Oll!IS0 . 7.91>
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WAL~flEEN9 ST()RE HOMESTEAD f'L
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7/011 POSPIJlchaae 7.51
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PJ.AVSTATION NETWORK B00,346-7600 CA.
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NAHAR STORE HOMESl'EAO FL
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7/12 ATM Wllhdrawnl 2t3.00
Cardtronlo&C 42 E PALM
l'LORIDA CITY PL
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l.Of1a4me.uom 18008486413 CY
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POS Poroh1111e · •
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E:XECUNET, INC NORWALK CT
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1.iss MARKET &T SAN FllANCISCO CA
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Sam's Hideaway ('150 s Krome Ave),

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Circle K (970 W Palm),

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Circle K(970 W Palm),

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Circle I( (970 W Palm),

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El Charrito Mini Mart (636 w Palm),

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El Charrito Mini Mart (636 W Palm),
Mobil Lucy (777 s Dixie),

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Te><aco (400 SE 1 Ave),
Shell (Palm D1·. & USl)

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Worst cities ln America: 50 pieces namad laasl des(rable lo call home G/7.1/19, l:1 6 PM

These are the worst cities to live in America. Is yours one


of them?
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Deciding on the right city to live in will always require some compromiea .

A city lfke New York may have e booming Job mad<el fu!JJ?s;ll24mHst.com{8p~1wt1201s1101111cmes-addlng-lhe-most-iob!i::io-avery-stats-30
utm source=msn&utm med!um=referral&utm content;;lffes-adding-lbe-mast-lobs-ln:9very-state-3&u1m camRi!lgn.::rn&nJ, bul it is also one of the most
expensive places !n the country.

Allernettvety, white a dollar may go e long way In Houston, residents of the the south Texas cily are also nearly three limes mora likely to be a victlm of e
violent crime than the typlca/ American .

1/\Jhile there is no such thing as the perfect city, the United Slates rs full of places with few, If any, strengths. Poor sacioecooomlc conditions tell a slmi/sr
story of urban blight In dozens of cities across the country.

Sia rt the day sinertet: Get USA TODAY's Daily ~.Ill your lnbox (hllp§J/1:u·ofile.usatodmy,comJnewsleHers/stally-b!lmlngl}

2417 Wal! St. Cfeatad an index of O\ler lwo dozen meaauree to identlfy the WO!'$! cities to live in. These cl!la.s lend to have high crime rates, wide:iproad
poverty, weak Job markets and ltt11a in the way of &tltertel11ment options or cullural etlrS<Jtions.

Conditions Uke these land to be more common In area\$ with lower {ijfucallonat attainment (~eport/2018/09£14/amadcaii•
mpst-aod-teast-educated-stal®:3f1Yfro source=ro~n&utm med1Ym=referra1&utm content=aroerjcaa-most-and-l1u1st-sducated-steles-
3&u1m carnRiiQ!l=fllM), In every city on Ihle llet. the share of adults with a four-year college degree falls Bh011 of ttte 30.9 percent national bachalol'B
.aagree attainment ratt (https:ltv,ww.cBQeus,g~plcs/ewcation/educaUonat-aUalnment,htmD, In 19 or these cities. fewer than one in every 10 adults
have a bachelor's degree.

Though the cities on this 11st span every region of lhe country, l:tiey era overwhelmingly concentratecl fn the Soulh and Iha West Only e dozen ol the 50
cities en this Hsi ere in the Midwest or Northeast.

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W01st cilles In A1t1crlcv: 50 plates mimed leosl dealroblo to call home u/71/H', \:HS PM

Matceho, flawetl /Pl'>lllci: }oslehrock I Gelf)I lmau••I

4, Malmho, Hawaii
• Population: 8,832
• !'>overly l'ait; 30.1 percent (lop 10 percent)
• 2017 violent ulmea per 1()0,000 11eople: MIA
• Median home val~: $-407.200 (lop 25 percent)

Mal(ah~ Is the worst clly to live In in Hawaii and among lhe five worst in the country. Like olher cities In the state, Mak aha ranks po arty largely because of
ils high cost of llvlng c1nd low affordability. Goods and sef'\llces are 61 .4 percent more expensive in the city than they are on average nationwide. Housing
Is parUcularlv unaffordEJble. The typtcal home In Makaha Is wonh nearly $564,000 - about eight limes lhe median annual household Income in ths chy of
$51 ,833. Meanwhile, !he typical American home Is worlh $193.500 - just 3.4 times the median Income of $57,852,

Mak aha is also struggling with a high Jobless rate. The Census estimates that an average of 9.? percent of the city's labor force hes been out of work
over Iha Jest five yea1S, mora than doubte Iha comparable nallonal unemployment rate of 4.1 percent.

3, Callfornlll City, Cnllfon,la


• Population: 13,495
• f>overty rate: 29.S percant (top 10 percent)
• ~017 violent crime& per 100,000 people: 640 (top 25 percent)
• Medl1111 home value: $102.0CD (bottom 25 percent)

California Cily, California, 11;1sidents are sorne of the most lll<ely to be unemployed. Over the past five years, the average unemployment rate in cily was
10. 7 percent, according to Census eellmates, over the same perlod, employment In the city fell by 11.3 percent This tack of jobs likely contributes to lhe
city's 29.Qpercent poverty rate, which is more than double lhat of Iha U.S. as a whole.

Home values in Callfornie are r;ome of lhe highest In 1h11 nation, with a $443,400 median value statewide, Yet, in CeliJornie city, the median home value is
just 15102 ,000 - a reflection of lower incomes In Iha area. At least hlllf of all houaehofds earn less then 546,000 a year,

2, Flo1ida City, Florldll


• Populalion: 12,149
• Poverty rate: 41 .2 percent (top 10 pan:snt)
• 2017 violent crtm8s per100,000 people: 2,276 (lop ,o percent/
• Msdlan home value: $110,800 (bottom 25 percent)

Flortda City la u,e ITlOSI dangerous city in lhe state. Tl1w: were 2,276 vlotenl crimes reported for every 100,000 residents in 201 7 - n0arly six tlnies
higher then the national vlolent crime rate. The city, localed about 36 miles south of Miami, also has a high property crime rate. Property crimes Include
burglary, larceny, and motor vehicle theft, and there werci 7. 925 reported lncidenle. of lhe!ie crimes for every 100,000 residsnls in 2017. more lh~n triple
!he national properly crime rate.

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City's 41.2 percent poverty rate is hfghar than in owr 90 percent or ell other U.S. cities.

1. M1111no1a, California
• Population: 11,396
• Poverty rate: 49.5 percent (lop 10 percent)
• 2017 vlolehi crimoi; per '100,000 people: 646 (top 25 p0rcent)
• M&dtan ho1n0 VOhl~! $139,000

For both Individuals and broad populations, Incomes 1end to rf~ with educational elleinmenl. In Mendota. California, just 1,8 percent of ad111ls l1ave a
bacilelor's di:,gr6e, the smatl&sl ehar~ of any U.S. city. The cily also h!W one of the poorest populations In the country. Half of aU houssholds earn less
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The widespreed nnanclal insecurity Is parliaUy aHrihutable to a leek of job$. The Census esllmat!l6 that an average of 15.'I percent or the city's labor force
were unernploy~d In the last five years. the highesl unemploy,~enl rate of any U.S. city and more lhan triple Iha comparable 4.1 Psrcenl "ational rale.

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To Identify the best cities to 11'.'0 In, 2417 Wall St. created a weighted Index of 25 measures that fell into one of four categories: affordability. economy.
quallly of life, and community.

111 the affordability celago,y, the ratio of the median home value to the median Income was given full weight. Cities where the medlE1n home value is closer
to Iha median household Income were rewarded. Cost of living, es determined by Iha awrage cost of goods and services In an aree. relative to average
pricas acros6 the nation as a Whole, was given a full weight. Property taxes are largely levied st the local level, a11rJ cities where reoldents pay more
property taxes as a percentage of their llome value were penalized. Property taxes were given a one.quar1er weighting.

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.annual data at locm levels. Five.year employment g!"CMth and the &ha~ of the total working-age population with a job were each given <! half weight.
favoring areES wlth greeter ernploymant and growing Jobs opportunllles.

In the quality of life cstego,y, the poverty rate was given a full weight, panel!ztl'IIJ citlBB where poverty f!I more common. The share of the population that
st,uggles to put food on the table due to rJfarance from a grocaf'I etore. known as lhe food Insecurity rate. was given full weight. A city's mortality rste,
calC'-llat0d as lhe 11umber of people who dlarJ while In hospital care per hospital by city, was also 9iven full welghl In e:ai;as where city.level data was not
avellable, mort~llty rates were Imputed ftom county level dale.

The drug overdose mortality rale wea given e one-quar1er weighting, a& was the hospital readmtsiion rete, or the share of lhOse ralea&ad from the
hospital who were readmitted within 30 deya. Die lance from the center of the city to the nearest hospital was given full YJelghl.

The number of hospltafiztillons 1hel would haw been p,evented by regularly scheduled doclor visits for eve,y 1,000 Medicare enrolleas- lrnown as the
preventable hospltallzaUon rate -was given half weighting,

Measures used in the community cat~ory Included the average travel Ume to wor1<, which was given full weight. The violent crime r,1tx: - the total number
of rapes, robberies, murders. and aggravated assaults adfusted per 100,000 reeldanta per year-wee glveri full weight. So, too, was the property er/ma
rale, whi~ is the total number or burglaries, larcenlea.. motor vehicle thefts, and Incidents of arson pet 100,000 rs&ldants per year.

The share of commulers either walking, cycling, or taking public trensit to worx was given half weight. The total number of restaurants, bars, ml1seums.
theater companies, movie theaters, libraries. and pllrl1s per capUe ware aadl given a one.quarter welghtklg.

To avoid geographic clustering, we only !Dok the top•rnnKlng city in e given county. Our list include& cltiet., towns, v1Uages, boroughs. and Census
designated places. We did not include pieces with fewer than 8,000 residents In our analysts.

Medlen household Income, median home value. average travel lime 10 work, poverty rata, population, amploymenl-lo-populellon ratio . median properly
taxes paid, and everege unemployment rals ere ell llva-year estimates from the U.S. Census Bureau's Arnerlcen Community Survey ,met ere for 2017 .
Overall cost of living 1s tor 2014 anCI comes from data analysis end aggMg~lion company ATTOM D&ta Solutions.

The populetion•adjusted number of enlerlalnment and cu1t11re! venues like restaurants and museums comes from the Census Bureau's County Business
Patterns date set. and Is for 2010,

Violent encl property aime reles era from the FBl'e 2017 Uniform Crime Report. Drug overuose morta/lly rates ere from the Canters for Disease Control
end Prevention end are for the years 2014 to 2016. Mortality ralea and hospital readmission rales are from the Canters for Medicare and Medicaid
Servicee. end ate 9& or June 2015. Prevenl&ble hosplta/12alions are from the latest ~laase from County Health Rankings & Roedmaps. a Roben Wood
Johnson Foundation end University of IMsconaln Population Health Institute joint program.

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Day 2 sdfjdsiofjsdiof Second Interview Audio
First mention of Shiver is at 8:20
A: He’s gonna take me out, this motherfucker, if he sees me –
Q1: No, we’re gonna go just drive around, that’s all I told you. You know how I operate.
Q1: Ain’t nothing changed about me since the last time you knew me, man.
A: You –
Q1: I just asked you wanted to (inaudible)
A: You – you called me today?
Q1: Yeah I called you today.
A: I don’t answer phone numbers, man, that I don’t know where I forgot
Q1: I gave you my number
A: Man, when I get – I got out at three fucking o’ clock in the morning, when I got out, I
been sleeping for two days man.
Q1: Have you? I know.
A: Yeah, ‘cause I didn’t sleep none from – from when y’all got me that day ‘til – ‘til when
I got out. I didn’t sleep worth shit. I didn’t sleep at all.
Q1: I’m sure. They probably – did they put you in a cell by yourself? Or –
A: Yeah.
Q1: At least that’s decent but I know it’s –
A: -- yeah, that’s the first time in thirteen fucking years, man. I been kicking myself in
the ass the whole time. Thought about what the fuck you said.
Q1: Yeah? I told you I wanted to punch you.
A: Yeah, thought of all the stuff you said, man.
Q1: So anyways, I talked to – are you still willing to work?
A: Yeah.
Q1: Okay. I talked to some guys – uh
A: wjdc, but these motherfuckers – these motherfuckers uh –
Q1: No, we’re not gonna – we’re not gonna go back and –
A: No, that’s not what I’m saying. These motherfuckers killers man, they got –
Q1: -- no no no –
A: -- I got knknkini I gotta worry about.
Q1: -- okay, listen to me. I’m not gonna go back to where you bought from that day. We
won’t do that, okay? I’m not asking you to do that. I’m not dumb, dude. You know how I
operate. Right? No, that’s not what I want to do. What I want to do is, you mentioned
that there was some guns that ain’t nate.
A: Man, they calling these motherfuckers sdfdsfsdffds. I don’t know those young
motherfuckers.
Q1: You don’t?
A: No, they – they uh— they done came by when – I got a dsfdsf in my house --
Q1: Okay.
A: -- that had sdfdsfdsfdsfdsfsdfsdfsdfsdfsdfdfsdfsdfsdfdsfsdfsddfkjbuibiub.
Q1: Okay.
A: And they call that bitch the sdfdsfsdfsdf. And them motherfuckers all kinds of AK47’s
man, anything you got, n**** – they had uh – excuse my language, jbjhbhj –
Q2: No – no it’s cool.
A: These motherfuckers had out there, sdfsdf. No – I – I ain’t been out there a long time.
Y’all motherfuckers, they ain’t -- Y’all knew how them motherfuckers operate, man.
Them motherfuckers have a lot of weapons over there--
Q1: A lot of guns over there?
A: Yeah.
Q1: Yeah. Well, you ever heard of the sdfsdf?
A: No, I ain’t never heard of the sfsdfd.
Q1: Well it’s a young group, a young group of kids. They’re – they – most of them are
dfsdfsdfdsfd and they don’t have any regard for life at all. None. I mean they’re killing
people –
A: Down here?
Q1: Oh yeah, oh yeah.
A: And now you’re telling me – I got them fucking knknkni, man, I got ‘em dsknfdsknf –
Q1: Okay, well listen. You know I won’t put you in harm’s way. That’s not what I’m
about. Right? I won’t put you anywhere where you’re gonna get killed or – anything like
that. I’ll let you – you can pick and choose what – what you – you wanna do. You can
bring them to me. Okay?
A: Okay.
Q1: So that’s – that’s what we’ll do.
A: You know I got you man, I just, I want –
Q1: I know.
A: If your fat ass hadn’t dfdsfsdfsd ‘til I jhbhbj –
Q1: Listen, just because you got thin and I got fat, don’t make fun of it.
A: jhbhjbj been telling me you been hanging around, jhbhjbj done told me the other day
you was hanging around. It’s the first time I fucking seen fucking jhbhjbj’s ass for ten
years.
Q2: Yeah, yeah I see –
A: Oh, and he had sdfdsfs –his uncle came by and showed me his son ‘cause he was
graduating from the infantry school at Fort Benning
Q2: Yeah.
Q1: Oh wow.
A: That’s how I know sdfdfds was still at the – still at the police station.
Q1: Yeah. So, what about Shiver?
A: Ain’t got no Shiver, y’all know Steve was doing this in the first place. Everyone knew
it that way that he had – uh – that’s what ibibiubiubiubiubuib told me, says everybody
knew Steve was doing coke, man. But what are they gonna do about it.
Q1: Who is ibibiubiubiubiubuib?
A: He owns jhbjhbhjbjhbhjb of the -- of 216.
Q1: What’s he got to do with Steve?
A: Nah, he just – we just hang out together.
Q1: Oh, okay. Just buddies?
A: Yeah, we just hang out together at the Glades Club, you know, Sam’s Hideaway, stuff
like that. Steve called us over there. We have uh – cookouts. He ain’t called us over since
he got this new job, though.
Q1: So – okay. So tell me how – you told me – you told me once, but tell me again.
How’s this – when Steve wants something, how does it work? ‘Cause you told me he
won’t come out of the house.
A: No, he’s – he’s not going to come and get it. Them gonna – when he calls – he calls, I
gotta take it to him bro.
Q1: But how do you get the money?
A: I – bro, you out here taping me, man. I ain’t gonna fuck my shit if – I got shit – I got
ininini out there, Hdfe –
Q1: I ain’t –
A: -- please –
Q1: -- I’m not -- no. I’m not taping you. I won’t do you like that.
A: -- you know I got jububu out here, man. I mean, I got – I got fucked up the other day
but my priority are those knlinin man. That’s it, that’s I gotta have –
Q1: How long have you known me?
A: I been known you almost two – almost twenty years.
Q1: Have I ever – have I ever treated you wrong?
A: No, not really.
Q1: No. So why would I do it now?
A: Well you should be a certain way, man. But it ain’t a certain way now. I’m just telling
you that he put it up -- the window up a little bit, and you can see it -- and did it.
Because there –
Q1: What, you don’t think Steve’s using coke as much?
A: Uh –
Q1: I hope not.
A: Well Steve ain’t never gonna stop using coke though, I mean –
Q1: He’s never gonna stop using it?
A: No, man.
Q1: That’s -- now, I just – because I’m trying to learn. I’m not gonna have – you know –
I’m not one way or another. I’m just trying to learn –
A: Mhm.
Q1: -- okay? Because if he’s doing it, other people are doing it. And credit cards are the
way to the future. It’s a technology. So I know if he’s doing it, other folks are doing it.
A: Well I don’t – I don’t deal with, like, nobody that’s up in the city and nothing like
that. He got his little friends that’s right down there round the who him and his girl, they
sfdsfiwdjfoiwdhfoiwrhfo8rwdhfo8widh8f and shit. But – that’s –
Q1: He’s a jhgkuihoiuh? Oh my --
A: HAHAHAH
Q1: Well, I knew that – I knew that you told me jbjhbhjb – you said the other day that
sdkfhdsoifhidohf in the front yard or something and then, and that uh – Steve
khjeofhewiohfioewhf to come over there and hang out with them.
A: I mean – the man – the man loved the girl, man. I mean, she –
Q1: Yeah, I know.
A: And then she – and then she asking the woman, until jviygiu, she not sdfsdfsd
anymore. But yeah, she got -- they got caught. She got caught.
Q1: Is that why sdfsdfsdfsdf said she’s a liability?
A: Yeah, no, that was way before that.
Q1: Oh, it was?
A: Yeah.
Q1: What time does your girl get off work? Because I don’t want to mess you up either.
A: Well, 4:30. I gotta be there at 4:30.
Q1: Okay. Well I just hadn’t heard from you. I wanted to check on you and see if you’re
okay.
A: I thought that was your number but I wasn’t for sure.
Q1: Yeah, that’s why I called you. I wanted to see if you were okay, is all.
A: Then I see that you – you called the house number and I didn’t – I wasn’t for sure,
said “Who the fuck is this?”
Q1: I can get in wherever I want, you know that.
A: But I -- shit, I didn’t know you had my house number.
Q1: Nope, you sure didn’t. But I had it –
A: But I know I didn’t give you my house number.
Q1: You didn’t give me your cell number either.
A: Yeah I did.
Q1: No you didn’t.
A: I didn’t give you my cell number either?
Q1: Nope.
A: Man I thought I gave you my cell number.
Q1: I got a computer.
A: Yeah, but still my – my number ain’t the address. Oh, you go by the address though.
Q1: Mhm.
A: You don’t go by the name –
Q1: And I don’t think your cell phone’s in your name either.
A: No, it’s in – you fucker. HAHAHAH. You exactly fucking right, I just thought about
that.
Q1: Some Spanish dude’s name.
A: No, she ain’t no Spanish dude, man.
Q1: Oh, it’s in your woman’s?
A: I don’t even know what that means.
Q1: Oh, I’m sorry. I apolo – yeah, okay.
A: I’m gonna tell her you called her, said my boy called –
Q1: Well I have to work everything backwards off the address.
A: Yeah, yeah everything –
Q1: You can find --
A: I thought I gave you my –
Q1: You can find everything. No.
A: You know what, I thought we exchanged –
Q1: Nope, I gave you mine. You didn’t give me yours. I don’t ask anymore.
A: That’s exactly right, erch.
Q1: No.
A: No.
Q1: Okay, so –
A: You don’t even take it, huh.
Q1: Yeah. Well, but anyways, let me ask you a question.
A: Go ahead.
Q1: If Steve does call you, are you willing to call me? You said the other day you were.
A: Yeah.
Q1: Yeah? Alright. Now, can you get him to come out of the house, ‘cause I don’t want –
A: Yefs, he’s not gonna be coming out of the –
Q1: -- listen, I’ll tell you why.
A: He’s not gonna be coming out of the house to get nothing, man.
Q1: No no no no. Will he meet you at like, the park or around the corner?
A: He’s not gonna do it.
Q1: No?
A: He’s not gonna do it. Not gonna do it.
Q1: Yeah, but look. You told me the other day –
A: Well I don’t have it – I don’t have the card anymore. Now, if he calls me, he’s gonna
want me to come and for me to get the card and do it like that, start like that all over
again –
Q1: Oh, you gave him the card back?
A: I thought that we wasn’t doing no business any –
Q1: What was it, prepay?
A: No, it was a fuckin’ card, man.
Q2: A bank card.
Q1: The actual bank card?
A: Yeah.
Q1: So you could’ve spent whatever you wanted?
A: No – yes but, only certain money on there.
Q1: So it’s a prepay. So it’s like a – I get a Visa and I put my money –
A: No, no, he – he –
Q1: -- into it.
A: No, no he has a bank card –
Q1: Right.
A: -- an account here. He keeps whatever in that accounts. If he doesn’t have money in
that account, then he comes one account, and puts the money in this account, like --
Q1: Oh, he transfers it.
A: Yeah.
Q1: Gotcha. Alright, have you been given a public defender yet or anything?
A: No, I ain’t – I’m – I’d got to wait in jail before they let me know.
Q1: Alright, well I’m not gonna tell you not to tell your public defender that you’re
talking to us, but –
A: Mhm. But I ain’t gonna say that –
Q1: Right –
A: -- I’m using the yudj and this – this “Hey I got fhyu, I made a mistake,” I –
Q1: Okay, okay –
A: -- I throw my service in the military at the courts, man.
Q1: Okay and like I told you too, if you help us, we’ll help you.
A: Yeah.
Q1: You know that.
A: Yeah and that’s what I see, mdj.
Q1: And like you said the other day –
A: But that motherfucker came over here, man, you have to call me – you have to call me
and get me to come somewhere ‘cause that motherfucker – I thought that’s why you
came over here, and I looked outside, I said, “That’s fucking sfsdf.” And that’s who I
thought, ‘cause – ‘cause when lghoughu was here in my – in my yard –
Q1: When was he there?
A: Uh, around ten something?
Q1: This morning?
A: Yeah.
Q2: Wait, sdfsd. sdfsdfd?
A: Yeah. That’s why – that’s the one who came straight out there.
Q1: He came to your house, and what’d he say?
A: No, he say, “I heard you was in jail,” and I say, “Yeah, man, them motherfuckers got
me on a suspended license.” But he was there this morning. Who told – listen –
Q1: Uh, well –
A: -- I got your number – Imma log the phone number in now, so I know who you are.
Q1: Okay, please do, because I’m not gonna put you back in there now. And I told you,
that I don’t want to put you back in a position where, if you’re using --
A: Man, I ain’t gonna do that no more.
Q1: -- you know what I mean?
A: That’s – that’s, listen man, my dsfsd are no joke. And I have these fucking bags under
my eyes, that’s because I lost all the weight and the fucking bags ain’t coming with the
weight.
Q1: Yeah. You know, the Chief had asked me if I’d heard from you.
A: Mhm.
Q1: I told him no. And he’s the one that said, “Why don’t you go to his house?” I said
OK.
A: Like I said, you can call me anytime, but these motherfuckers – that dude came here
this morning, man.
Q1: Well, see, I’d rather call you and you meet me–
A: I didn’t – I didn’t know, jdke – I wasn’t sure --
Q1: -- and you meet me somewhere.
A: Well for sure. Now I know, because I didn’t – when you, like you said, I totally forgot
about the number that was written on that thing here. I got it, look at it.
Q1: Okay.
A: But then after I saw the thing, I said – Hm that’s the number dfes gave me.
Q1: Alright, bonds persons treated you straight?
A: I gotta call her -- one more lady, gotta call her after she gets home from work, but –
‘cause we had to pay uh -- we got uh – 700 hundred dollars out of her account and she
can’t get none off the rest of my credit card –
Q1: Right. Alright.
A: -- so we owe the lady 300 dollars ‘cause, you know, it was five -- 500 dollars for each
charge.
Q1: Okay. Well that was – that was nice.
A: Yeah, it was 500 dollars each. I thought it was gonna be seventy-five hundred for
each charge.
Q1: Yeah. Well, what I wanna do is, I want you to – you to figure out some places --
A: Right.
Q1: -- they can even be in Florida City. They can be drugs, they can be guns, they can be
warrants. You know how it works. I’ll take anything.
A: Nah man, warrants. Everyone’s mothers got a warrant.
Q1: Right, I mean, it’s got a be a good one, not a – not a bench one. I want an AC one,
you know?
A: What the fuck is an AC one dfds?
Q1: Felony one.
A: Oh, okay.
Q1: Felony one. So, if – if you can get someone with like a felony one, somebody with a
gun, something like that. Even if you’re just – you’re out on the street or something and
you see it –
A: Yeah.
Q1: -- you can call me and go, “Hey, this dude – this is where he’s at, this is what he’s
wearing, this is where his old stolen car” – uh – we got a lot of jackboys down there right
now.
A: dsfdsfdfdsfdfdsf – you thinking bullshit. You telling me. I know where all the
dopeholes at and all the motherfucking warrant, but ain’t know nothing about these
Haiti Haitian dudes or nothing like that, ‘cause most of the time brother, I got my black
ass out here. You see, where the – I could go anywhere --
Q1: dfjisdjfidfjddifj
A: -- I could go anywhere I wanted to. See that’s the thing about it, sdfdsf is locked up in
there too. His – his sdfsdfds, his dfsdfjiojfwojfowhfuohfuhfuefhuiefh.
Q1: Where?
A: There’s a jidfojoidjfiodjfiosdfjsodifjosdijf.
Q2: Right there.
Q1: Who’s –
A: Right across the street, you see that.
Q1: -- who’s that?
A: That’s – that’s the lady who kndsfklndsfjdsnfjdsnfjkdsf because
jdsfnjsdkfnjkdfnjkfnkjsnfjkdsnfjksfnjksdfnj at the end of the year. But her –
idsfiodnfioefnioenfionrfioenrfoienfroernoenroien.
Q1: Which one? Show us.
A: You – you see it, it’s right across the street from that house.
Q1: Oh. Are they into anything?
A: Nah – nah – as far as I know, they’re straight. As far as I know. They’re straight.
Q1: What’d they do to get a mansion?
A: He owns this company that’s – here, you’ll see it – that’s – that’s – see that – see that
sign right there?
Q1: Yep.
A: He owns –
Q1: Yep, that’s a mansion.
A: -- and he owns that –
Q1: Now that’s ikjijijoijoijoijoijioj?
A: Yeah. That’s her efsdfsdfdsf.
Q1: Imma drive down and see.
A: Yeah, that’s her fdsfdsfdfdf.
Q1: Oh, jhoh989h8ohoih?
A: Mhm. And what the fuck does that home owe a lot --
Q1: siofnodisfhoidfhoidfniodsf. You do need to iwejrier the front of that house though.
A: Yeah, I knew it. You gotta tedfdfer also and – and fucking – no I’ll fix the – I’ll fix the
kjnfjnfjwnfjkwnf. But I’m not gonna pay – uh – take out an knknk for a house
dsfsdfsfsdfsdfdsfdfdsf.
Q1: That’s true.
A: Yeah.
Q1: How much do they owe on that house?
A: Nothing. She owns – dfsfdsfdffkdsfdsfdslfnkdsnfjksdnfjksdnfjksdfnjkdsnf. Filthy.
Don’t fuck with sdfdss because sdfdsfd was a knknk, man. dsfdsfsd was a total – I mean,
dsfdsfsd was – dsfdsfsd was a fucking kmkk.
Q1: Really? That’s a shame.
A: She a fucking kmkmk.
Q1: I mean, you told me she’s a jbnjbjb.
A: As knknknknk that she is, man. She’s a dsfdsfdsfdsf, and – anybody listen. When I – I
was getting in hjbgigigi, man, they had the guys come and – and knknknknnknknkj and
everything –
Q1: Mhm.
A: -- Man, she used to fucking jbjbjbjbbj and dudes – I’d come over there and Steve
would say go over and see about it. Man – man, dsfdsfsd would be ikjijijji in the fucking
jnk. And sdfhdihfoihfdiohfoiehfieohfioee. And they would… ‘Fuck, y’all doing?’
Q1: Are you kidding?
A: No.
Q1: Wow. So, do me a favor.
A: Yeah.
Q1: Steve calls you, and you said he always wants an eight ball?
A: Yeah, he – he ain’t want less than that man.
Q1: Okay, so he wants eight ball. Strict – strictly coke?
A: Mhm.
Q1: And he won’t come out of the house?
A: Nope. He’s scared. He’s been in it, the man, he – he been waiting to get back into shit
like this. And he wants to keep his nose clean.
Q1: What’s his end game? What’s he want to do?
A: What do you mean?
Q1: What does he -- where does he want to go from here?
A: Run – run for – when Otis stops, when Otis retires, he wants to locate to Florida City
and run for mayor.
Q1: In Florida city?
A: Yeah.
Q1: Not Homestead?
A: No – fuck, he’s scared of Homestead. He said those motherfuckers got him out of that
real estate deal and them shotgun houses right there off of – these shotgun houses here,
used to be off of Lucy right there?
Q1: Right.
A: So he been – been – after he got out of politics, he paid pennies on the dollar for
those uh – it’s a fucking – everything’s on fucking, Google, you can Google it.
Q1: Okay, I will.
A: You can Google everything – everything hju about Steve, everything bad about sdfsds
after she got into the knknknkh. sdfssdf got into the uhjhu, the dsfdsfdsfsdfsdf. She got
into the jubujbbj and then she fucking spilled all the beans on everything about – uh –
what you call this, hjbhjbhj, about cocaine, and stuff like that. It’s – it’s all there, it’s all
on the Internet. You can read on the Internet. On Google. Google --
Q1: I’ll look it up.
A: Steven Shiver.
Q1: You just put Steven Shiver in there –
A: That’s all you gotta do.
Q1: Alright.
A: That’s all you gotta do, is Google Steven Shiver.
Q1: What – I know he had something in North Carolina, ‘cause I know he lost –
A: The – the Maggie Valley, he said he lost uh – he gave this jbjbjbn – he gave the lady
one point two and it was something he was supposed to do... He had a deadline on
something that he was supposed to do. And he didn’t do it. Lost the uh – lost the
jnjnjnjn, lost it. You know, you don’t remember the spread he had up of – uh -- two five
two?
Q1: Over by the Knaus’s berry farm.
A: Yeah, he lost that. So he’s in, uh – he’s in uh – he’s in uh – what do you call it? When
you can’t pay for your – when you owe?
Q1: Bankruptcy?
A: He’s in bankruptcy right now, for like, dfdine point something million dollars.
Q1: Jeez.
A: Lost the house and everything.
Q1: How do you even get up that high?
A: I – I’m not sure, sdfds, but I – I guess that’s – that’s open – that’s open information
too, I guess --
Q1: Yeah, I’ll check it out.
A: -- so you can check that out, but he’s like nine point – nine point something million
dollars, he said.
Q1: He ain’t got no money hidden?
A: No, that’s – that’s the whole thing. sdfknhdiosfdhsffhnfnoidnfionfi. In his name.
dfighdiofhgoifdhgoidfhgoifdhg.
Q1: Yeah.
A: uhbiuhiuhuohudsfsdujghuiioh
Q1: His dad?
A: Mhm.
Q1: Well – so who do you actually have to pay rent to here? Steve?
A: Steve?
Q1: Steve.
A: I gotta take it to the glass shop.
Q1: Okay.
A: Gotta take it to the glass shop.
Q1: And how much are they selling this for?
A: Said he’s – the (inaudible) that he could give me was jhbh. Told him I’d give him
jnjhhjjnj. I get – if I get to 625, on my score, njnjnjnnjnjnjnjnj. So I gave him two –
Q1: How’s the inside look?
A: Other than the – the – what are those – you got the sdfsdfsd on the – like on the
dsfsdfsdfds? You got the knknknknknknknknknknknknknknknknknknkn that connects
everything. Those are up, so it -- there’re -- there’re a few dsfdsf there. But the inside, I
mean, as far as the inside, the inside is, you know, paint. Uh -- it may need to – I been
tryna get the knknknk myself with a machine –
Q1: Yeah.
A: -- to get it somewhat clean. But maybe get a professional to clean and come in. But
other than that, the inside is great. It’s the outside with the – knknknk and shit like that,
it’s jijijiji there. It’s shit.
Q1: Well, all the cosmetic stuff, he’s going to fix.
A: Yeah – yeah I got a guy who’s gonna be on deck to be ready to fix it if I’m – I think
I’m gonna pick up the option. It’s just the best thing for the dsfdsf out here. You better
be glad –
Q1: It’s nice out here.
A: You better be glad ‘cause I had my fucking – my sgdsfdsfsdf just came to pick up my
other kjhkhnkhj, and the dogs were out and I’d just put them in the fucking pen.
Q1: You don’t think I rattled that fence a little before I come in there?
A: Five min—
Q1: I remember you told me you had sdfjbjbj dogs.
A: Five minutes before you came in, I put them –
Q1: Nah, I ain’t coming in there with your dogs. Trust me.
A: But, yeah man, you know, you know I’ll help you man.
Q1: Alright.
A: I just – I just – it’s just a big part of my life --
Q1: I know.
A: -- When those sdfsdf came -- my dsfdsfsdfsd came, my dsfdsfdsf grew up in dfdsfsdf -
-
Q1: Okay.
A: -- My sfdsfdsfdf grew up in dfdsfsdf. And now I got those jbjbjbbjb around. And
dsfdsfsd growing up in dfdsfsdf, sdfdfsdfsdf, but if you compare it to growing up here,
dsfsdf still about sdfd or dsfdsfsd. That mentality.
Q1: sdfdsfsdfsdf.
A: Even – even though she got jjbjb dsfd.
Q1: Really?
A: And those are my – those are my – that’s my priority right there.
Q1: sdfdsf lives there with you?
A: Yeah. I thought you seen – I thought you may have seen dsfsdf because dsfdsf didn’t
– it wasn’t too long ago – like I said, five minutes –
Q1: I just got here.
A: -- and you was knocking on the door.
Q1: I just – when I knocked on the door, that was it.
A: Yeah, five minutes. We just put the dogs in there, ten minutes, fifteen minutes ago
now.
Q1: Thank you.
A: Yeah, before you got here, so.
Q1: Well.
A: Me and myself, you gonna drop me off now? Or –
Q2: I’ll drop you off.
Q1: Alright. Well, listen. If Steve calls you, call me.
A: I’m gonna have to do something to initiate this, ‘cause uh – he quit his new job, man,
and he’s – he’s fucking –
Q1: If he’s – if he’s a cokehead like you said he is, he’s gonna – he’s gonna call you.
A: Yeah, but like I told you the other day –
Q1: Or do you think he gets it from dsfsdfsd too?
A: We’ll see. I’m gonna see.
Q1: Yeah.
A: I’m gonna – I’m gonna –
Q1: Don’t be obvious.
A: No. I’m gonna see – I’ll tell you what. In – not today, shit. Today’s Thursday, right
dsfd?
Q1: Yeah.
A: Tomorrow, man. Circle one more time. Give me one more – give me -- give me until
uh – Saturday because I don’t think he works on Saturdays. I don’t think he works on
Saturday.
Q1: What, you just want to see if nobody’s out here?
A: Yeah, I don’t – I don’t think he works on Saturday, and I think that’s gonna be the
better day because he takes – I been talking to him lately and he been – they’ve been –
he been putting in a few hours.
Q1: Who, Steve? Well, I’m gonna tell you right now. I think Steve will probably be at
Miccosukee this weekend. Because they’re having a concert. And he’s friends with
sdfsddfsdfsdf and Steadman, which is the head of the PBA.
A: Well he’s gonna – he’s gonna post it. If he’s going to –
Q1: What do you mean, “post it”?
A: If he’s going to – to – if he’s going to Miccosukee, he’s gonna – it’s gonna be on
Facebook. ‘Cause he was at Trump International last week.
Q1: Why does he do that? Why do you put wherever you’re at?
A: He does it. Him – him and her was at this black tie thing in uh – at Trump
International or some shit. I wish I could –
Q1: Okay. Okay.
A: Drop me off and then uh -- imma get my phone and um –
Q1: I’ll – I’ll look it up – okay.
A: But he – wherever he goes to these events, he posts.
Q1: Okay.
A: He posts. And I think he had –
Q1: Well both of them are huhus. They’re both sdfsdf. She said –
A: Well –
Q1: She sounds like an sdfdsfd. She sounds –
A: Well she went nknnini – about kninini to uh, jbjbjnkj –
Q1: Uh huh.
A: -- and then after that, she had – they was gonna give her knkmkl, but – but
iehfiehfiefh –
Q1: riugeniurenguireg.
A: Right. Stop right here man. Her fsdfsdf, and I don’t know if that’s TGK or Metrowest
or what, but he fell off the third story of the, uh, they had him in cuffs –
Q2: We’re gonna turn around so I can drop you off.
A: -- they had him in cuffs, and somehow, about two or three months ago, the fella was
hit –
Q1: Wait, his – his –
A: He felled off that thing and killed himself.
Q1: sdfdsf?
Q2: sdfdsf.
Q1: I know sdfdsf.
A: Oh, is that his name?
Q2: The one that did landscaping.
Q1: sdfsdfdsfdsf or something?
Q2: Yeah.
A: sdfsdfdsfdsf, sdfsdsdfdsffdsfdsf. Yeah, that was her ex-husband’s --
Q2: Wait, what does his wife do?
A: That was – no, that was -- she used to be married to sdfsdfdsfdsf, she had a son –
Q1: Who that?
A: jnjnkj old lady, she had the son named sdfsdffsdfddsfdsf.
Q2: Oh, she used to be married to him.
Q1: Okay.
A: And her other son, her other husband died somehow too now. sdfdsfsdfsdfdsfsdfdsfd
told me, somehow, I don’t know how he came up with this, but somehow, she had some
parts or – or led him to or put so much pressure on him that he killed himself or
something else or – ‘cause she has wefwefwf now.
Q1: hjbjhbhjbhjbhjbjhb
A: hjvhjvjhvhj said – he said about knowing, “She’s a liability.” That’s it. Right at the
knkn. When I was talking to him.
Q1: And – bhjbhjbhjb said, “She’s a liability?”
A: Yeah, yeah.
Q1: Damn.
A: Yeah, he done asked me what he should do. I told him – I told him the truth, I said,
“Steve, jbjbjbbbubuibui, bro. But you have to weigh your options. I say, you gonna go
and get this TBH – or –” and I say, “What if she call the police and tell them – tell them
you jbjbjb – you’re hvhvyvyvyvy on her?” I say, “You’re fucked. You fucked.” I said,
“You’re fucked, bro.” So I said, “Man, you gotta make – you gotta make your decision on
that –”
Q1: Wow.
A: -- but he made his decision too, to bring her back. Yeah, drop me off here.
Q1: Wow, that’s crazy.
A: Yeah, we – he’s weak for loving.
Q1: So you got my number now.
A: Yeah, you say -- say Saturday he gonna be at this place?
Q1: I’m just guessing.
A: Well I’m gonna – I’m gonna look on Facebook and see.
Q1: That’s just a guess, is all it is.
A: And I call you in a minute. But if you look on his Facebook page, every time him and
her go somewhere to dress up and – with this political shit, if you go down his timeline,
you’ll see everything.
Q1: Alright. You’re alright.
A: Man, why’d you do these snippets man, I need me these snippets.
Q1: No no no no no. I like fsdfsdfd.
A: dsfsdfd has a lot of them, man. Hsfsdfd has a lot of them.
Q1: Don’t –
A: Imma bring them over here Saturday --
Q1: Don’t –
A: -- so if you come back Saturday, you can get some, get a few.
Q1: Alright.
A: Okay?
Q1: Sounds good.
A: Alright, great.
Q1: See you later, man.
Q2: Alright.
Q2: He still dips.
Q1: Yeah, apparently he had a big dip in his mouth.
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friends, and hnve known ench other for awhile. The listed went 011 to slnte that these activities occurred on multiple
occnsions but did not give an exact number. These stntemenls all occurred in the presence of Ofc. Wilson nt Homestead
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Oe(eu.dat1I Nonie:
City: HOMESTEAD Dtl\'et's License:
Slali!: FL Tog State:
Zi : T11g Nbr:

NOTE: Paymen/s madi, b/Jlwoon 5 pm on Friday end 5 pm on Monday will be relleclad on Iha Web oller B am /he
following Tuasday. Otherwise the pavnisnt will be rel/ec/ed In 24 hrs.

Cltotlon # : - - - - S!nte #:
Incident Onie l h - - Reloled Mlsdemeo11or Charges: NONE
Cue Type: CRIMINAL Allorney of Record: NO ATTORNEY ON FILE
Violation: J20.02(l) • NO MOTOR VEHICLE REGISTRATION
CllSe Action: CLOSED

Plen Entered: Amount Due: NONE


Disposition: D I S M ~ Pen ally Ass med: $0.00
Dlsposillon Dute:....., Due Dnte: NONE
Acddenl lntllc11tor: NONE ON FILE Tr11fflc School: NIA
Speeding Deloit: NIA

Officer N111nc: DARRYL MAYS Officer Municipality: HOMESTEAD


Officer ID l'iumber: 843
\\Illness Namc(s):
OFFICER DARRYL MAYS

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Case Dockets for CilA!lon #

Type Dale User ID Dcscriptio11


HEARING:·11111· TfME-TYl'E: ARRAIGNM~NT DIV: SDJCD
LOC: SO DADE JUSTICE CENT JUDGE: GONZALEZ-!'AULSON
DEFN ATTY: • I ~ ,. RCI SOURCE: • C *
CASE ACTION: CLOSED BW AMT: PLEA
NEXT HRO TYPE: REPORT CODE :
srECIAL SET:
DISr: DISMISSED SAO CONT: SENTENCE:
SPRRCI - AVLO
JURY:N TRAF SCHL: JDG REQ: MONEY OPTN: REHAB OPTN: STAY:
PEN ASSD: W/S/CONV :
JAIL TYPE/TIME: 0000 BOND ID: - 0. ACTION:
MOTION/DISJ>: 0 • • 0 * • 0 • •
REHAB/DUE DATE/RESET:
MESSAGE: DRL-ACT:
TIME: INTLCK:
HEARINGDATE:···TIME:-TYPE:ARRAIGNMENT
SET FOR 8 LOC: SO DADE JUSTICE CENT FLR: 2 RM : .S
COURT - EXPERT JLOGE: GONZALEZ-PAULSON, M ATTORNEY:•, "
MOTIONS: N DISCOVERY: Y DIVISION: SDJCD REJlORT CODE: 0()0
ORIG ■ MARTAC DIV: SDJCD VIOL: 320021 OFFICER: 843
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Dcfcndonl Name:

Gender:•
City: HOMESTEAD
Stutc: FL
Zip: 3303
Driver's License: XXXXXXX-
Tng Slate:
Tug Nbr:

NOTE: Payments made between 5 pm on Friday and 5 pm on Monday wilf ho rnnacled on the Web after B am IM
following T11esday. 01/Jerwlse /he payment w/11 be t9lleclad in 24 hrs.

Cllnllon # : - - - - St11te #:
l11dd1mt Date#:..... Related Misdemeanor Charges: NONE:
CuscTypc: INf'RACTION Altot·ncy of Record: NO ATTORNEY ON FILF.
Violation: •316.646(1)- PllOOr OF INSURANCE REQUIRED
Cu$e Action: CLOSED

Pico Entcrcrl: Amount Due: NONE


Disposition: D I S M ~ Penalty Assessed: $0.00
Disposition D11t11: - - Due Dute: NONE
Accident Indicator: NONE ON FILE Trnmc School: N/A
Speeding Detail: N/A

Officer Nome: DARRYL MAYS Officer Municipality: HOME:STE:AD


Officer ID Number: 843
Wltn~ss Namo(s):
I
OFr'ICER DARRYL MAYS

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Case Dockets for Citation #

Type Dale u~er ID Des~ription


HEARING:·••tlMc:allrYPE: ARRAIGNMENT DIV: SDJCD
LOC: SO DADE JUSTICE CENT JUDGE: GONZALEZ-PAULSON
DEFN ATTY:•,•• RC! SOURCE:• C *
CASB ACTION: CLOSED BW AMT: PLEA
NEXT HRCl TYPE: REPORT CODE :
SPECIAL SE:T:
DISP: DISMISSED CONT: SBNTENCF.:
SPRRCI - AVLO JURY:N TRAP SCHL: JOG RBQ; MONEY OPTN: REH AD orTN: STAY:
Pl!N ASSD: W/S/CONV :
JAIL TYPE/T'IME: 0000BOND ID: - 0-ACTION:
MITTION/DISP: 0 • • O • • 0 * *
REHAB/DUE DATE/RESET:
MESSAGE: DRL-ACT:
TIME: INTLCK:
HEARING DATE: ·••rrIME:allrYPE: ARRAIGNMENT
SETFOR- EXPBRT LOC: SO DADB JUSTICE CENT FLR: 2 RM: 5
COURT JUDGE: GONZALEZ-PAULSON, M ATTORNE:Y: *, *
MOTIONS: N DISCOVERY: DIVISION: SDJCD REPORT CODE: 000

ORIG -SANDYH DIV: SDJCD VIOL: 3166461 OFFICER: 843


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Ocfcndanl Nnmc:
City: HOMESTEAD Driver's Lkense: XXXXXX~
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1 Q. Your son? Yes? I won't go further with the

2 question . Can I just get a "yes" or a "no 0 on that?

3 A. Can we go o £ f the record for a second?

4 Q. We can .

5 A. Please.

6 (Thereupon, a brief discussion was held off the

7 record, after which the following proceedings were had:)

8 MR . BROWN : Back on the record . During an

9 off-the-record conversation on liquor bills, Mr. Shiver

10 explained that other family members in addition to his son

11 also have some substance abuse problems that have resulted

12 in those liquor charges.

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14 Q. Correct, sir?

15 A. Yes, s i r.

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23 that ultimately will be

24 Q. The deposition is a public document. Someone would

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4 A. Okay.

5 Q. Why would you be transferring from your account to

6 Quality $1500?

7 A. To help pay a bill or to ---


8 Q. Would that have been a repaymant of a loan tha.t
g Quality gav·e you?

10 A. It's possible.
11 Q. And right under it is another 500 the next day .

12 A. Yeah . To pay their bill or something.

13 Q. Next Page 160 . On March the 23rd there are two


14 withdrawals at an ATM , 400 and 202.75, on the same day. I

15 presume you have no idea what that's for.

16 A. No, sir.

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A Friend In Need I Miami New Times 6/21/19, 2:34 PM

A Friend in Need
JIM DEFEDE I APRIL 26, 2001 I 4:00AM

Nobody knows better than Homestead Mayor Roscoe Warren how badly
Steve Shiver has bungled his first two 111onths as county manager. During a
March 8 county commission meeting, Shiver sought to undern1ine the
Hom estead City Council by inforn1ing commissioners they should
disregard a city resolution regarding Homestead Air Force Base. The
council resolution urged the county to accept the 717 acres of federal land
on the base and develop it as son1ething other than a con1n1ercial airport.
Shiver told comn1issioners to ignore that resolution, arguing the city
counciJ didn't know what it was doing because county C01nmissioner Katy
Sorenson hadn't properly briefed council members on all options for the
base.

When Shiver's chicanery first surfaced, Warren was so upset he criticized


the 111anager in a column I wrote ("Strike Three," March 22). Last week
Warren recalled a conversation he had with Shiver following publication of
that colun1n. Shiver phoned Warren hoping he'd retract his statements.
"You made it seen1 like I was a liar," Shiver whined, according to Warren.

"Well, Steve, Warren said he replied, son1ebody has to tell the truth."
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In another conversation between Warren and the manager, Warren said he


told Shiver, who preceded hin1 as 111ayor1 that he no longer had the right to
speak on Homestead s behalf, and he certainly had no right to speak for the
1

mayor. 11 ! don 1t like anybody speaking on my behalf," Warren reiterated.


11
When he used my narne 1 I didn't like that at alt and I told hin1 so. He knows
that now. 11

ln recent days, however, Warren s anger has subsided as he has witnessed


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one media outlet after another attack Shiver for being untrustworthy and
n1anipulative. Shiver's credibility is in such disarray that an effort to reform
county procuren1ent procedures failed because the 1neasure would have
placed greater power in the hands of the manager. The plan's rejection was
a clear vote of no confidence in Shiver.

Then on Monday, April 16, Warren read a story in the Miami Herald
regarding the mysterious disappearance of New Times papers fron1 the
lobby of county hall and a suspicious n1alfunction during the rebroadcast of
a televised county commission 111eeting. The glitch excised that portion of
the 111eeting in which comtnissioners criticized Shiver. The article raised
questions about whether Shiver 1nay have had a hand in those two events.
Warren said he was aghast at the story's in1plications: D0 they think n1y
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friend Steve Shiver would really stoop to that level?"

A day or two before the Herald article, Warren related that he'd received a
phone cal1 fron1 Bill Losner, a Hon1estead banker and one of the town's
most influential men. 11 He shared with me that Steve was in trouble, 11 Warren
recounted, 11 and he wanted to know what we could do about it to help Steve.
He said he had just had a conversation with Steve and that Steve was really
stressed out and worried."

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Despite their differences, Warren and Shiver have been lifelong friends.
Warren, who is 48 years old, said he has known Shiver s family since he was
1

a child. And so as the controversy surrounding the manager escalated,


Warren made a decision to come to his friend's defense.

On April 18 the mayor penned a letter addressed to all the county


commissioners. "Over the past few weeks I have observed the unwarranted
and often 111alicious attacks on the character and integrity of a 111an I
respect as both a true professional and friend," he wrote.

He went on to describe one of the conversations he'd had with Shiver


regarding Hon1estead Air Force Base shortly after the city council passed its
resolution urging the county to accept the base for economic developn1ent.
"It was during this conversation that I was asked: If I understood 1nore
clearly that a dual-tract option existed that would allow us to pursue the
econon1ic developn1ent conveyance and at the same time attempt to
preserve our right to a commercial airport through litigation, would I have
reconsidered my vote? My answer was yes. 11

That passage in the letter, the n1ayor clarified, is meaningless because there
is no such thing as a "dual tract." It's a n1yth. As long as the county pursues
its lawsuit against the federal government, Warren noted, there will be no
econon1ic development at the base. "The litigation is going to hold up any
developn1ent at the base for years to come,1' he said. "My people do not
want an airport. I have heard that loud and clear.1'

Warren continues to urge the county to drop the pretense of a dual tract
and accept the land. The city council is solidly against an airport," he
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added. "We support a mixed"use development for the base, and there is no
way in hell I will go against that."

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Although Warren won't say it directly, that passage in his letter was the
figurative lifeline tossed to a drowning man. It gave Shiver son1ething to
cling to, an opportunity to clain1 he hadn't actually lied to the county
commission. But in truth it scarcely offered the n1anager any vindication.

Shiver told comnl.issioners the Homestead City Council was never


presented with information on the alternatives for the base. That was a He.
Katy Sorenson did provide that inforn1ation. Warren's letter also doesn t 1

relieve Shiver of accusations that he was behaving more like a political


hack than a professional adn1inistrator. Nor does it address subsequent
revelations that Shiver has filled his staff with friends and cronies who have
no experience in government adn1inistration.

Warren said his n1otivation in writing the letter was straightforward. "There
are going to be tilnes when, as 1ny friend, you are going to piss 1ne off and
screw up,U he explained, "but I'1n not going to say that our friendship is over
because of it l expect you to screw up from thne to time. And Steve
certainly has screwed up. But that doesn't change the fact that he's 1ny
friend. And that 1s pretty much what I was thinking when I wrote that letter. 11

I asked Warren if he thought I had either 1nisquoted or n1isrepresented his


views in 1ny previous stories. 11 No, not at all," he replied. 11 Your articles and
your stories about Steve were very accurate and I'll stand behind them."
1

Warren does think I've been too hard on Shiver and believes the public
should give the new n1anager a chance to prove hin1self. On this point we
disagree. The position of county manager is too important to allow
son1eone as unqualified as 34-year-old Steve Shiver the luxury of on-the-
job training.

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Despite pron1ises that he would release the results of his drug test, Miami-
Dade County Manager Steve Shiver now refuses to make then1 public.
Shiver, who finally submitted to urinalysis on April 9 after postponing the
procedure on three separate occasions, told me just days before he took the
test that he would release the results, even though by law he was not
required to do so.

Last week, however, when I requested the infonnation, county


spokeswoman Rhonda Barnett informed n1e that the results of his drug
screening would not be released and referred all questions regarding that
decision to Shiver. The normally chatty county manager refused to return
phone calls explaining his reversal.

At this point it is even unclear who has knowledge of those test results.
Prospective county employees undergo a physical exam and provide a
urine san1ple at Mount Sinai Medical Center. The hospital sends the sample
to a private lab for testing. Results are then forwarded to the county's
personnel office, where a trained technician interprets the information. The
appropriate supervisor is then notified as to whether the prospective
employee passed or failed. If the individual fails the test, he or she is not
allowed to begin work. Shiver's position as the top county employee adds a
new, and apparently unprecedented, wrinkle to this process. What
independent authority might review his test results or be notified of the
outcome? County officials are unable to provide an answer.

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Since his appointment in January, numerous rumors regarding Shiver's


personal Ufe and business dealings in Homestead have circulated an1ong
reporters and political insiders. His failure to cornply with county rules
requiring all new employees to undergo a physical exain and submit to a
drug test before beginning work fueled questions about past drug use.
Further complicating matters, at least for n1e, was his response to questions
during an interview several weeks ago. I specifically asked him if he had
used either marijuana or cocaine since becoming a public official in 1993,
the year he was elected to the Hon1estead City Council. l'm not going to go
0

into that/' he told me. He said he understands that as manager he should be


held to a higher standard than other county employees, but he still refused
to answer my questions.

On April 5 I reported that Shiver had been scheduled to take a drug test on
one previous occasion, but he claimed he was forced to cancel it. The
man ager offered several explanations, some of the1n contradictory, for that
cancellation. New Times then discovered Shiver actually h ad been
scheduled to take his drug exa1n on three separate occasions -- February
27, March 15, and March 19 -- and each ti1ne the appointn1ent was canceled.

In a me1no last week to Commissioner Katy Sorenson, who questioned why


Shiver had postponed his physical exam and drug test, the 1nanager blamed
his secretary, Hilda Suarez. "I never scheduled or rescheduled the
appointments," he wrote.

The memo went on to state, When I inquired about this, it was a1nusing to
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see that one reason Ms. Suarez rescheduled the physical was due .in part to
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Indeed I did dine with Shiver on February 27. He had called and asked if I
wanted to 1neet over lunch . I said sure and let him pick the date. Why that
would force him to cancel his appointment is beyond me. I'm also baffled as
to why he would find that amusing.

At this point even if Shiver were to release the results of his drug screening 1

the information might not be definitive because 74 days passed between the
ti1ne Mayor Alex Penelas announced Shiver's selection as n1anager and the
day he finally provided a urine sample. According to Rhonda Smith, a
111edical assistant who oversees drug testing for Sunshine Medical Testing,
evidence of cocaine ingestion remains in a person's system only three or
four days; for nrnrijuana the period typically is thirty days for a casual user
and upward of sixty days for a regular user.

Time, however, will not diminish the questions regarding Shiver's past.
Every day f receive more infonnation about our new 1nanager. While no
one is asking if Shiver experimented with drugs in high school or college) I
believe it is fair to ask if he has used marijuana or cocaine since being
elected to public office. These are not baseless questions, and Shiver's
response -- "1'111 not going to get into that" ~- just keeps the issue alive.
Reneging on his pledge to release his drug test results only encourages
doubt and suspicion.

The manager s handling of this issue is another exan1ple of his bumbling


1

and inept 1nanagement style. How long Penelas -- the man who recruited
Shiver for the job -- allows this charade to continue will depend on how
long it takes for Sh1ver s mess to spill over and sully the 1nayor.
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Under New Management


JIM DEFEDE ( APRIL 5, 2001 I 4:00AM

Mayco Villafafi.a is a decent 1nan who has been con1n1unications director


for Miami-Dade County for the past two and a half years. "Mayco always
personified integrity and honesty when he worked for me," says forn1er
County Manager Merrett Stierheim, who also worked with Villafafia for
years at the Greater Miami Convention & Visitors Bureau. He was a
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professional con1mitted to doing what was in the best interests of the


county."

Last week the man who now occupies Stierhein1's office, 34-year-old Steve
Shiver, abruptly ordered that Villafana be fired. The n1anner in which Shiver
had his order carried out was disgraceful enough to suggest that its real
purpose was to send a message to all county employees: The new 1nanager
will ruthlessly fire anyone he perceives to be a threat.

At 8:00 a.111. last Thursday, March 29, Villafana 1net with Shiver's new
executive assistant, Tom David. The 1neeting, held in Villafafia s office,
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lasted no n1ore than five 1ninutes. David quickly got to the point: Villafana
had until 2:00 p.m. to resign, or he would be fired. When Villafana asked for
a reason, David would only say the manager wanted to go "in a different
direction."

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Within n1inutes the stunned Villafafia was astonished a second tin1e. A


county employee from the Information Technology Department 111arched
into his office and confiscated his con1puter. Humiliated, he had no choice
but to write his resignation letter at his assistant's desk. "The manager has
the right to assemble his own tean1 of people. I have no problem with that/
Villafana tells me. 1 do have an issue with the way this was done. They
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seized n1y con1puter like I was a criminal. I didn 1t deserve that. If they told
me they wanted someone else in the position, I would have sub1nitted n1y
letter of resignation and we could have worked out a s1nooth transition. 11

Villafafia pauses, then concludes, "This was all very distasteful. 11

Stierheim agrees. The manner in which Villafafia was tenninated, he says, is


very disappointing; it leaves me cold."
11

Word of Villafafia's firing quickly spread throughout county hall, further


eroding confidence in Shiver's ability to do his job. "I've been receiving calls
fron, department heads and other county officials who are very upset with
the way this was handled, Villafafia reports. "You don't treat anybody in that
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fashion, but you certainly don 1t treat your professional staff like this.''

Shiver defends his decision to fire Villafana and claims it was pron1pted by
"philosophical differences." He wants someone who will be more
"proactive.'' Ifs fruitless, however, to ask the manager what he 1neans by
proactive. 11 l'm not going to go into details about that," he sniffs.

Villafafia believes he knows why he was fired. ''They think I was leaking
information to you and other me1nbers of the press/ he says. "They think I
was giving you too much information about Chris Hebert."

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Chris Hebert is the county rnanager s buddy. Thefve been friends since
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hlgh school. The first thing Shiver did in his new position was to hire his pat
who has no experience working in county government -- or even municipal
govermnent. But that was no impedi1nent to Shiver placing him on the
county payroll at a salary of $67,000 per year with an executive-benefit
package worth an additional $14 300. 1

Shiver and Hebert met while attending South Dade High School in
Hon1estead. Shiver was dating the captain of the cheerleading squad, and
Hebert was dating the co-captain. Besides sharing with Shiver a11 affinity
for girls with po111poms, Hebert seen1s to have only one other qualification
for a job in the manager•s office: For the past five years he's worked as the
appraisal depart1nent manager for Shiver s real estate company. 1

In addition to the hefty new salary and benefits package, Shiver gave 35-
year-old Hebert the title public affairs adn1inistrator," a newly minted
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county position with no job description and no known n1inilnun1


qualifications. 11 No one understood what that title meant/ recalls Villafana.
We were only told he reported directly to the county manager."
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About two weeks ago, along with reporters from the Sun -Sentinel (and
eventually the Miami flerald), I began asking questions about Hebert's
hiring. Until that point, Villafana says, he'd seen Hebert only a couple of
ti1nes and didn t know much about him. Once we started getting all these
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calls fron1 the press about Hebert, I realized there n1ight be a problem and
that I needed to find out what was going on," he recounts.

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So Villafafia spoke with staffers in the county's employee-relations office


and learned the manager had not followed regulations in hiring Hebert. As
managet~ Shiver has the authority to hire individuals who answer directJy to
hin1 but he still n1ust adhere to certain guidelines. Por example there must
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be ajob description for the position that outlines responsibilities and


qualifications. Job candidates• professional experience n1ust 111eet the
n1inimun1 qualifications, In addition prospective employees must sub111it to
a police background check and undergo a physical exan1, which includes a
drug test. Says Villafafia: ! was told by e111ployee relations that those things
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were not done. 11

Then Villafafia began fielding questions about Hebert's past. Reporters


wanted to know if the county was aware Hebert had a criminal record.

ln 1990 Hebert was arrested for grand theft and eventually pleaded guilty to
a n1isdemeanor. In 1992 a bench warrant was issued for his arrest after he
failed to abide by the terms of his probation. Also in the early Nineties, he
wrote a string of bad checks that led to 1nore than a half-dozen
misden1eanor cases being filed against hin1. And since 1998 Hebert has been
driving with a suspended license after failing to pay three speeding tickets.
(Given the suspension of his driving privileges, the fact that Hebert's
con1pensation package includes a $5200 car allowance qualifies as ironic.
Furthennore no one in the county personnel deparllnent seen1s to have
noticed that when Hebert filled out his employ1nent fonns, he presented a
driver license that had expired January 4, 2001.)

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On top of all this, a computer database routinely used by journalists


conducting background checks on individuals produced a report tJ1at
claimed Hebert had been arrested in 1990 for cocaine possession. The
information provided by this database is not always accurate, and so last
week Villafafia found himself responding to reporters requests for
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verification.

As the queries about Hebert continued unabated, Villafai'ia regularly n1et


with Shiver and Tom David, the manager's executive assistant, to brief them
on the reporters' questions. recom1nended that we needed more concrete
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information as to what the real charges were," he relates, and that the
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police needed to be brought in to do a thorough background check."

According to Villafafia, the manager agreed, Carlos Alvarez, director of the


Miami-Dade County Police Departn1ent, was ordered to conduct a
background check. Alvarez was taken aback that such a routine procedure
hadn't been co1npleted before Hebert was hired.

Eventually the police departn1ent detennined that Hebert had never been
arrested for cocaine possession. The database was incorrect. But as Shiver
and David waited for Alvarez's report, Villafafia continued updating the111
on the n1edia's interest in this story -- particularly mine.

Two weeks ago I wrote an article about Shiver, docun1enting how he had
lied to the county commission on a sensitive issue relating to the future
develop1nent of H01nestead Air Force Base. That effort to n1islead the
commission underscored for many people the belief that Shiver is neither
qualified for nor capable of being county manager.

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Since that article appeared, Shiver has obsessively atte111pted to counter it.
He regularly brings up the subject in conversation and, like a desperate
Captain Queeg, promises that Homestead Mayor Roscoe Warren and Vice
Mayor Nick Sincore (whon1 I quoted to prove Shiver lied) are writing letters
to New Tinies repudiating 1ny account.

New Times is still waiting for those letters.

"The story you wrote about the manager was like a neutron bo111b in this
building,'' says Villafafia Everyone was stunned by it. It was very
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demoralizing.''

When I began asking questions about Hebert, Villafana reports, the


n1anager wanted to know what could be done, not just regarding me but
other members of the press as well. "They kept asking n1e how we could
control and 1nanage the media," he says. "I told them, you don't manage the
n1edia. We're dealing with public information. 11

Vil1afafia recalls that during one n1eeting last week, David made it clear he
and Shiver were willing to inislead the public regarding Hebert. ln trying to
explain why Hebert had been hired for a position that didn't even have a job
description, David suggested shifting Hebert from the nonexistent role of
"public affairs administrator" to the already established position of junior
assistant county n1anager. If the press asked) David and Shiver would say it
had always been anticipated that Hebert would fill a junior manager
position, and that Hebert was waiting for David to begin work before
assuming that title. "That's how we are going to spin it," David declared 1
according to Villafalia. (David denies Villafafi.a's version of events and says
he never talked about trying to "spin" the facts. "I don't use words like that,"
asserts David, who last fall ran for the state House of Representatives
against Cindy Lerner and lost.)

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When I told Shiver I had spoken to several senior officials in county


government who were upset with the way Vi1lafa11a had been fired, and that
they thought it den1onstrated a lack of class on his part, the nrnnager grew
testy. 11 Well, I hope you print their nan1es," he spit.

As if n1ore evidence were necessary, it's now abundantly clear that Shiver
realizes he wiH never earn the loyalty and respect of the n1en and won1en
working within the county, so he will con1pel their allegiance through fear
and intimidation. And for the record, my interest in Hebert was not sparked
by Villafafia, nor did Villafafia "leak 11 any inforn1ation to me. As one county
insider said of Shiver: There is a certain amount of paranoia setting in
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lt s also clear that Shiver has adopted an alarming set of professional


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standards. In his universe a dedicated and competent public servant like


Mayco Villafana deserves to be fired, while a man like Chris Hebert, with no
credentials and a questionable past, is worthy of the public s trust.
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At the least Chris Hebert is worthy of scrutiny, beginning with his


confession arising fro111 the 1990 theft charges. He was 24 years old at the
time, attending college in Tallahassee and working as a waiter at a
restaurant called Rooster's. According to court records, the owner, Walter
Sidney Rayborn1 caught Hebert and another waiter skin1n1ing 111oney from
the restaurant by )tknowingly falsifying credit-card subn1issions from
patrons in order to pocket the money." The estilnated amount of n1oney
Hebert allegedly pilfered ranged from $700 to nearly $3000.

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Rayborn told Hebert that if he confessed, he wouldn't be prosecuted. So


Hebert proceeded to pen a seven-page confession in which he unabashedly
tried to implicate just about every other e1nployee in the restaurant. "Mr.
Rayborn, I don't understand why you don't like me and you do like Derek,"
Hebert wrote, referring to the other person caught stealing fr01n the
restaurant. "It kinda hurts my feelings and 1nakes me feel like l'n1 being
ridiculed more than anyone else. What has happened has put a tre1nendous
strain on me and n1ade me feel very bad.11

Hebert went on to rat out eight other waiters who supposedly also were
stealing from Rayborn. He then identified bartenders who drank whi1e on
duty and members of the kitchen staff who took food. "Many friends of the
cooks have received French dips, chicken tenders, etc.," Hebert asserted.
"This is a fact because I have seen it done."

Hebert summed up the affair with a flourish of indignation. ''The last thing I
would like to say Mr. Rayborn is, even though rny actions where [sic] in very
poor taste and disrespectful to you, n1any, including your own peers, say
that you are disrespectful to them," he stated. "I myse1f do not deserve
respect for my actjons and I took that on my own shoulders. But 111any of
your employees, not counting us, steal for the sin1ple reason that n1orale in
your restaurant/bar is very low. This is because there are no rewards for
good work other than money. People need more to work hard. How many
times has Gary or yourself patted someone on the back and said good work
son. I have been there almost two years and never seen it happen.

Mr. Rayborn, what happened to rne has made 1ne stand back and realize I
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have many fau1ts, most people do. Thank you for being understanding."

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Not surprisingly Rayborn took Hebert's confession, turned it over to police,


and had him arrested. The charges were reduced to petit theft. He was given
six months probation and ordered to pay $2000 in restitution.

Today Hebert says he never stole any 111oney fro1n Rayborn, that al1 he did
was give away six steak dinners to his fraternity brothers. lt was a n1ishap
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that happened at a fairly young age," Hebert says. "Mr. Rayborn and I are
now friends, I'm friends with hls son and his fan1ily.'1

So why did Hebert write a confession describing how he bilked the


restaurant by falsifying credit-card receipts? Mr. Rayborn made 1ne write
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son1ething that would incrilninate me n1ore than I would be incriminated


because he wanted to hold something over me,U Hebert claims. "If you ask
hiln, I1n1 sure he'll tell you that." Rayborn, who still lives in Tallahassee, says
he likes Hebert and bears hin1 no ill will. But when pressed for details about
the events leading up to Hebert's arrest, he declines comment.

In 1992 a warrant was issued for Hebert's arrest after he failed to cmnply
with the terms of his probation. He was picked up at his parents ho1ne in
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Ho111estead on April 181 1993. Hebert dismisses it as a sin1ple


misunderstanding that wasn't his fault. 11 1 told my probation officer that I
was n1oving 1 and I was going back home, and I guess the probation officer
didn't relay that message to the judge," he offers.

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Court records suggest a different story. On June 10, 1993, Hebert's attorney
fl1ed a motion to forn1ally terminate his probation. The attorney noted that
a warrant had been issued earlier for Hebert's arrest because he had failed
to n1ake restitution. "The defendant has, however, since the issuance of the
warrant paid all of the money and has completed the community service
that was ordered as part of the probation," the attorney wrote. The
significant word here seems to be since, in1plying that Hebert didn't repay
the restaurant owner or cmnplete his co111munity service until after the
warrant had been issued.

According to records n1aintained by the Leon County Sheriffs Office,


Hebert's legal proble111s weren't lin1ited to theft from the restaurant.
Between 1990 and 1992 he also faced eight separate 111isden1eanor charges
for kiting checks all over Tallahassee. Hebert glosses over the charges as
simply more youthful indiscretion. 11 I passed a couple of bad checks to
Domino's/ he shrugs.

After returning to South Florida, Hebert says, he ran into high schoo1 buddy
Steve Shiver at a H01ne Depot shortly after Hurricane Andrew. Hebert was
working construction at the time, but Shiver encouraged hin1 to get a real
estate appraiser's license. Hebert did so and then joined the firm for which
Shiver worked. In 1995 Shiver decided to start his own appraisal firn1. 11 We
worked out of Steve's bedro01n for about a year getting that con1pany
going/ Hebert recalls.

When Shiver was appointed county manager, he imn1ediately tapped


Hebert to come along with him. "I have strong confidence in his abilities,"
Shiver says. "I know that when I ask him to do s0111ething, it gets done. 11

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I ftrst encountered Hebert about a month ago, when Shiver and I met for
lunch, Hebert had driven him to the restaurant. Now, of course, it s
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son1ewhat amusing to know that the Miami-Dade County Manager was


being chauffeured by a man who didn't have a valid driver license. State
n1otor-vehicle records show Hebert's license was suspended on October 26,
1998, During an interview this past Friday, March 30, he offered this
explanation: 1 had a speeding ticket in Broward County that I thought n1y
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wife had paid. She didn't. It was a clerical error on her part. 11

I ren1inded Hebert that it was11 tjust one ticket in Broward that had gone
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unpaid but rather two speeding tickets in Broward in 1999 and another in
Monroe County in 1998.

"Exactly," he replied. "That has been rectified and taken care of.11

"When?"

"Yesterday. 11

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So you're saying you thought your wife had taken care of all th ree tickets
over the years?"

Hebert's responsibilities at the county ren1ain vague. He says he's been busy
working on a variety of projects. 11 Pretty n1uch a little bit of everything," he
told me this past Friday. "United Way stuff, Ericcson [tennis tourna1nent]
stuff. Ahh, what else? There is a lot of paperwork I've been doing, too.
Reading paperwork, routing the 1nail, taking tours with Mr. Shiver to get a
general knowledge of how the county works. I just found out I an1 going to
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Hebert insists he did undergo a physical exam and drug test before
beginning his new job. He says he was shocked to learn last week that
reporters were pursuing false allegations he may have been arrested in the
past for cocaine possession, I've never done any drugs," he affirn1ed. "I've
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never used cocaine or marijuana. I'm a country boy fron1 Hon1estead. I like
Jack Daniels and NASCAR. 11

While the media have been raising questions about Hebert's required
physical exam and drug test, his boss, the county manager, has gone eight
weeks since his appointment without fulfilling the sa111e county
e1nploy111ent requirement. This past Sunday Shiver told me he was forced to
cancel the procedures because of scheduling conflicts. Initially he 111ade it
see111 as though the physical exa1n had been planned for the same day as a
funeral for a veteran police offtcer1 but he later admitted the funeral had
taken place a day or two earlier. "Everything just got bumped around," he
said.

Though I realized there was no artful way to approach the subject, I still felt
con1pelled to ask Shiver if he had used any illegal drugs in the past few
years. l'm not going to go into that," he answered. "We've got too 1nuch
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work at hand. He did acknowledge it was a relevant issue, and that as


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1nanager he should be held to the highest standard of conduct. But he


refused to respond to any questions about possible drug use in his recent
past. l'1n not going to go there/ he snapped.
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D 65 Nw 16 St, Homestead FL 33030- 11/0:1/2006 15·45 F'ri
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l) WI J BA.RRl.ENTOS. BARBARA W F
Address 65 Nw 16 St, Homestead, FL 33030- H!
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Viclim Offense Da10 / Time Reported
I DIFORMll.110N REPORT Frf 1 J/0312006 17:04

CAD Information:
Reporting Officer: ( 34 ):
Added By Employee: Not Recorded.:
Call#: 063070214 Beat: A-2 Units.: 491 Employees: 0000000034 KENNEDY, BRIAN 65 NW 16TH ST

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Reporting Officer: ( 34 ):
Added By Employee: ( 34 ):
ON 11-03-2006, AT 1622 ImS, MR STEVEN LOSNER ARRIVED IN THE LOBBY OF TI!E HOMESIBAD
POLICE DEPARTMENT TO REPORT AN .INCIDENT REGARDING .MR. ROY STEPHEN SHIVER TilAT
TOOK PLACE AT 65 NW 16 ST AT 1540 HRS. MR. LOSNER STATED TIIAT AT APPROX 1530 HRS HE
RECEIVED A PHONE CALL FROM S. SHtVER AND THEN AT I 540 HRS S. SHIVER APPEARED AT HIS
OFFICE UNJNVITED. AFTER A BRIEF INCIDENT, S. SIIlVER DEPARTED IN A BLACK CADILLAC. NO
PHYSICAL ALTERCATION OR TIIBEATS AGAINST LIFE OCCURRED. MR STEVEN LOSNER GA VE A
WRITIEN STATEMENT AND REQUESTED TIUS INCIDENT BE DOCUMENTED. ffiE STA TEMENT lS
AS FOLLOWS'. AT APPROX. 3:30 PM I RECEIVED A CAll., FROM SIBVE SHIVER WARNING ME TO
STAY OUT OF TIIE MAIN STREET CONTRACT ISSUE OR 11WE WIIL RUN YOU OVBR. 11 HE MADE
TIIREATS ABOUT POLmCAL RETRIBUTION. SIDVER WAS YELLING AND VERY AGITATED. WE
DISCUSSED THE CRA AUDIT ISSUE AND EB CONTINUED TO YELL AND MAKE THREATS. I HONG
UJ> ON HThf AfTER TEUJNG HlM I TIIOUGHT I WOULD SEE .H1M IN HANDCUFFS (AND OlEERS). AT
APPROX 3:40 SHIVERARR.lVED AT MY OFFICE@ 65 NW 16 ST HMSTD. HE STORMED lNTO MY
PRlV ATE OFF1CE SCREAMING A.""ID ARGUING ABOUT THE SEQUENCE OF EVENTS REGARDING TIIE
CRA AUDIT. BE TIIREW HIS BLACKBERRY PHONE, CONTINUED TO SCREAM OBSCENITIES AND
MAKE POLfTICAL TI-IRBATS. l BECAME FEARFUL OF BODILY HA.RM AND ASKFD HIM TO LEA VE
MY OFFICE. HE DID SO ONLY AFIERMAKJNG THREATS AND BEHAVING ERRATICALLY. MY
SECRETARY BARB.QA BARRIENTOS HEARD AND SAW MOST OF THE EVENTS. AT TIIB TIME OF
SHIVERS ARRIVAL, I WAS ON MY OFFICE PHONE WI CURT IVY . .IN AN EARLIER PHONE
CONVERSATION NY REFERRED TO SHIVER AS "WIRED." ALIBO UGH I AM NOT MEDICALLY
TRAINED, I BELIEVE MR. SHIVER WAS UNDER nm INFLUENCE OF ALCOHOUOR DRUGS. I HAVE
NEVER SEEN ANYONE ACT SO IRRATIONAL THROUGH SPEECH AND BEHAVIOR. WHEN HE
ARRIVED HE WAS ON nm PHONE, IT IS BELIEVED W/ RICK STOUTS OR MfKE SHEHADAH. lv.lR
LOSNERS ABOVE WRITTEN STATEMENT IS ATIACHED TO nrrs REPORT.

Supplemental;
Reporting Officer: ( 34 ):
Added By Employee: ( 34 ):
ON 11-04-2206,MR ROY STEPHEN SIDVER CAME TO THE HOMESTEAD POLICE DEPARTMENT AND
REQUESTED HIS STATEMENT BE ATTACHED TO TI-IE ORIGINAL

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Victim
IOffCilSe
INFORMA110N REPORT
Date I Tlme Reported
Fri l JIOJ/2006 J 7:()4

RFPORT REGARDING AN INCIDENT TIIAT OCCURRED AT .MR STEVEN DANIEL LOSNERS OFFICE.
nm STATEMENT rs AS FOLLOWS AND HIS HAND DELIVERED COPY WAS TURNED INTO THE
RECORDS DBP ARTMBNT. STATEMENT REGARDING INCIDENT BETWEEN STEVE SIDVER AND
STEVE LOSNER ONNOVEMBER3, 2006. ON FRIDAY, NOVEMBER 3, 2006,IWAS INA MEETING V/1TH
YVONNE KNOWLES, EXECUTIVE DIRECTOR OF HOMESTEAD MAIN STREET, DISCUSSING A
RECENT INQUIRY BY nm COUNCil., AUDITOR. DURJNG nns DISCUSSION, WE HAD A CALL FROM
A MIAMI HERALD REPORTER WHO ASKED FOR CERTA1N DOCUMENTS REGARDING TIIlS TOPIC. l
HAD A LENGTIIY CONVERSATION WITH REBECCA DELAGLORIA OF THE HERALD AND DECIDED
TO Mll.KE SURE TIIA T BACH COUNCIL MEMBER HAD THIS SAME DOCUMENTATION. WITH MRS.
KNOWLES PRESENT, I CALLED STEVE LOSNER AT ms OFFICE TO INFORM: FllM OF nns
DOCUMENT THAT WE WOULD BE PRESENTING TO CITY COUNClL ON MONDAY AND AFTER A
BRIEF EXPlANATION, .MR LOSNER STA TED "WHEN IM MAYOR, l CANT WAIT TO SEE YOU,
COUNCIL WOMAN WALDMAN, AND JEFF PORTER TAKEN AWAY IN HANDCUFFS YOU MOTHER
FUCKER" AND HE HUNG uP nm PHONE, MR. LOSNER HAS IN nm PAST, THREATENED ME IN nns
MANNER ON SEVERAL OCCASIONS AND WOULD CUR.SE AND YELL AND THEN HANG UP. I AM
CONCERNED FOR.MR. LOSNEM MENTAL STABJLTIY AND IDS THREATS AGAINST MYSELF,
COUNClLJ.I.IENPORTERAND WALDMANHAVEHAPPENED INTIIEPAST. IN FACT, TIIERE WAS AN
ALTERCATION WITNESSED BY THE CIIlEF AL ROLLE AND OTHERS WHERE MR. LOSNER CALLED
JUDY WALDMAN A BITCH AND DIEN STOOD IN TI:IE FACE OF MR WALDMAN AND PLEADED
WITH HIM TO '1rrr ME OLD MAN, JUST IDT ME''. nns WENT ON TILL CHIEF ROLLE HAD TO STEP
IN BETWEEN THEM. ON ANOTIIER OCCASION DURING A DISCUSSION WITH ME REGARDING ms
DESIRE TO RUN FOR MAYOR, MR.. LOSNER YELLED AT THE TOP OF ms VOICE THAT HIS FATHER
LIKED ME BETTER THAN IIlM ANYWAY AND ALSO INDICATED THAT IF WE DID NT SUPPORT HIM
FOR MAYOR TIIAT WE WOULD HAVE TIJAT BITCH LYNDA BELL AS TIIE MAYOR OF HOMESTEAD.
IN TIIB PAST, I HAVB LET TIIESE UNSTABLE ACTIONS AND COMMENTS BY MR. LOSNER GO
UNCHECKED BUI' HE SEVBRTIY OF FRIDAYS INCIDENT HAS GIVEN ME GREAT CONCERN FOR TIIB
SAFETY OF MYSELF.MRS. WALDMAN AND MR.PORTER. ATTIJATTIMB,lWAS FED UP WITH THE
WAY MR. WSNER TALKED TO ME AND I WENT TO ms OFFICE. I WALKED IN THE DOOR AND HTS
SECRETARY WAS TIIBRE. SHE SAID HE WAS ON TilE PHONE AND I SAID OK AND WALKED INTO
HTS OFFICE. HE WAS ON TIIE PHONE WITH CURT 'IVY AND I SAID YOU HAVE NO RIGHT TO TALK
TO ME THAT WAY. I TOLDH!M,DONTYOU EVER TALK TO ME TIIAT WAY AGAIN. HE STARTED
TO EXPLAIN 11iATHE HAD NOTillNG TO DO WITH TI!E PUSH TO FIRE RICK STAUTS AND lHAT
LYNDA BELL WOULD HAVE A FIELD DAY WTI1I TIIlS AUDIT REPORT. I TOW HlM THAT I DONT
CARE ABOUT lHAT BUT THAT HE DID NOT HAVE THE RIGHT TO THREATEN ME WffiI ARREST OR
SPEAK TO ME1HATWAYEVERAGA1N. I TOLD HllvfmATHEOWES M:EAN APOLOGY AND UNTIL
TIIEN I HAD NOTHING ELSE TO SAY TO HlM. I 'IURNBD AND WALKED OUT Wl1H Hllvf FOLLOW1NG
AND YELLING "FUCK YOU" AND 0I OWE YOU NO APOLOGY". AT TIIlS POlNT I WAS AT THE FRON!'
DOOR AND WITH.IDS SECRETARY PRESENT, I SAID STEVE YOU OWE.MEAN APOLOGY AND UNTIL
lHAT HAPPENS I WOULD NOT SPEAK WI11I HIM AGAIN. l WALKED OUT AND HE BURST
THROUGH THE DOOR YELLING F1JCK YOU TO

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Victim O.f!ensa D~ I Tim~ .RC:J)or1ed
INFORMA'I10N REPORT F,-i 11/03/2006 17:04

WHICH I REPLIED I LOVE YOU TO STEVE AND DROVE OFF. AGAlN, I AM VERY CONCERNED FOR
TI-IE HEALl1I OF MR. LOSNER AND HIS MENTAL STABlLITY. I HAVE HAD SEVERAL DISCUSSIONS
WITH HIM IN IBE PAST THAT HE WOULD CALL ME DARTII VADOR OR THE EVIL GENIUS BEHIND
ALL TIIA T GOES ON !N SOUTH DADE AND ALWAYS JUST LAUGHED AT Hilv!. HO'WEVER. I HAVE
NEVER SEEN HIM ACT 1N THIS MANNER. I ALSO MET WJTII MANAGER IVY THAT DAY TO SPEAK
ABOUT THE MAIN STREET ORGANJZA TION AND TO INFORM HlM TIIAT WE WOULD BE MAKJNG A
PRESENTATION TO THE cm COUNCil., ON MONDAY. SIGNED: STEVE SHlVER

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Viclim Offense Da1e I Time Reported
SHIVER, ROY STEPHEN I SIMPLE HARASSMENT Fri0/116I2O15 /J :58

I responded to the Iisled location in reference to a incident report.

Upon arrlval Mr.Shiver advised that he was in a dating relationship with Ms. McNeil! for approximately 7 months.
He advised that as ofO 1/09/20 l 5 they have separated. Mr. Shiver advised that she is now sending him numerous
emails and messages 11ia social media making various threat towards him and his pro e e advise tba she has
also made several copies of keys to his residence so she could gain entry at any tim w, "d~ se:d Tu II •
s · 1 :e • ,\!i g sa , e!ffe

Mr, Shiver advised that during the course of their relationship she boast about ha11ing ex-boyfriends put in jail for
various allegations. Mr. Shiver further advised that sho has mentioned to him about incidents where she's paid
subjects to beat up ex-boyfriends and even break into their residence. Mr. Shiver advised that Ms. McNeil! has also
sent sexunl photos to numerous people via socia! media ctaiminM that they are him, in which they are not.

During the past week that they have been separated Mr. Shivel' advised tliat he has had to block all numbers from her
due to the amount of times she has attempted to contact him and she is now cont11cting different member's of his
family to make various threats.

Mr. Shiver was advised of S.A.O. procedures to obtain flil injunction for protection and advised of services
n11ailiable, Note: Mr. Shiver wanted t.he incident documented only, he did not want to pursue criminal charges if
Ms, McNeil! beha11ior discontinued.

A case cord was provided.

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Incident Report Suspect List
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MCNEILL. KYMBERLY W I 7]60 SW 92ND CT
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Business Address J0J-798.9877

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CASE SUPPLEMENTAL REPORT Printed: 04/05/20 I8 10:25

Homeslecu( Police Department OCA: JS0J/60O30


THE /Nf>OR.MJ\TION DELOW IS CONF[Ul!NT!AL. f-OR USE BY AUTflOIUZED PllRSONNRL ONLY

CaseStatus: tNACT/VE Cose Mng Status: INACTIVE Occurud: OJl/6/Z0/5


orrense: SIMPLE HARASSMENT

Jnvutlgotor: AftDERSON. D. (OBJ]) Date I Thne: 01/05/1015 20:15:34, Th11r.sday


Supmisor: SMITH, C. (0605) Suptrvl,or Rev law Date I Time: Ol/OJ/1015 13: 37: I 7, Thur.sd{ly
Contee!: Reference: Si1ppJemenl

Change Offense to Simple Harassment (SCE). Change Reporting Person to Victim with Relationship to Offender as
Boyfriend/Girlfriend. Change Involved Other to Offender.

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:l. A. Yes, sb; .

2 Q. Does Danny go by Roy D . ox Danny?

3 A. Danny.

4 Q. So, you I ve listed 011 the schedules that yo\1 owe

5 $40,000 to Roy D . Shiver, who I presume is Danny?

6 A. Yes.

7 Q. And $60,000 to Roy S. Shiver, Sr . , who's your

8 father, correct?

9 A. At least,

10 Q. Okay. Are their promissory notes or loa11 docmnen'l:.s

lJ. with respect to aitber of those loa.ns?

12 A. No, sir .

13 Q. Okay . Have you made any repayments to either. yo\lr

14 father or yo\lr brother of any amounts in the two-year period

15 immediately preceding the petition. date?


16 A. No, s.:i.r.
17 Q. Who is Kimberly McNeil?
18 A. A former acquain'l:anoe.
19 Q. Okay. I need a little more than that.
20 A. A former gi;i;-lfriend/acquaintanoe for a few months .
21

22 A. She paid some of the legal fees for A & G

23 Dev-elopers.

24 Q. Okay. And who we;i;-e those paid to?

25 A. Chr is -- Chris David.

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1 Q. Okay. And you sort o:f. giggled a bit. wl'Him l

2 mentioned her naine. Is there some bad blood thera?


3 A. I had a. restraining order aga;i.nat her. Well, a

4 filing o.f: a circumstance on -- with two police departments.

5 Yaab, thera' s so1na contentious


G Q. Yoa nad to get a rastrain:i.ng order against her?
7 A. Not a restraining order, J:rut I filed -- ¥,es,, ii:

8 ~it d uwo po[ice ~eports ~i~hr h~~ - - a~~~ns<h' Wer . Yes. Not

9 against me, against her.

10 Q. For what?
1 J. A. For psychotic bahavior.
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13 ~ - "$es .

J.4 Q. :And 1(8'\:V ,beili:ii.e:v:e ~e.u owe\ heir ifba~ me!'>ne.:fl?

15 A. Yes.

16 Q. So, J.et 1 s talk a little bit about A & G Devel.opera.

17 What was A & G Developers?


18 A. r bought into a deveJ.opme1,t -- I bought tha 50

19 percent holdings of

20 Q. You bought 50 percent of A & G?

21 A. Yes. J:11 2005, from Allen Dullnigan. Gary Il'e:r.guson

22 was the other 50 percent stockholder., Gary was a friend of

23 the family's for many, many years.

24 Q. Your family?

25 A. Yes.

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19 , made a right hand turn onto the driveway that leads to the lower parking lot of t he Spi:ing
House . I ob::1erved t he SW drive out of_ the driveway and onto a grassy e~an!onent, continue of f the
embankment onto the lower· parking lot of the Spring House and came to a stop at the r ear en t r a nce
to the Spring House . l entered my patrol car and proceeded to the l ocation of the STJV, I exited my
patrol Cq_&,- P~oq,e,eg__ect to the dri,,ers side of the SUV. I stated to the male driver, l"'!J/4'.'0.m~ ~1111ihi\·f

dri~ez- if he had bee~ drinking; he stated that he ha d three t o fou;r; mbed drinks. ,J.._Q);ls.el11,(¼9,½ l!l1/tij

, s illu1i~d . I asked the driver to step out of t he vehicle, as he did ~ 1Q.1J::.em1J:1.u l~L ~ ·tlfe \If.!!§ 'IWJPi
,g__nsta,Ag¥ on his feet by taking s ide steps to maintain his balance, he would sway in a circular
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motion. He would sway _mor e than t;hree inches frorn his standing center. I asked him f or his drivers
license, he showed me his wallet with his license in t he wallet, I asked hirn to take his license
out of his wal l et. The dt:iver is Roy Stephen Shiver. I asked Roy if he would suhmit to some
sobriety tests . He stated that he would . During the Ho:d.zontal Gaze Nystagmus I observed that Roy
had equal tracki ng of the stimulus ( an ink pen J, he waij able to follow the stimulus with his
eyes, showed a lack of smoot h purs uit, a constant nystagrnus at maximum deviation, an onset prior to
45 degrees of 35 degrees. The following test was instructed and demonstrated to Roy before be
attempted the tests. During the One leg stand _test Roy attempted to lift his f oot bu_t cou_ld not , he
was ver y unsteady a nd _swaying back and forth while standing to . attempt the test. !:le attempted once
again, got his foot off the ground, then immediately placed his foot back down on the pavement . He
was loosing his balance during this attempt of the one leg stand. ~ a·sk'ed 'Roy ~ · attempt tne Walk

a set in my patrol car which he did . I formulated my opinion that Roy had consumed enough impairi ng
substance t o not i.ceable impai r _ his mental and physical faculties. t13~yJ S·" ·"'':.g""' ".-.~l1. .'\111:1 1'1(0,uil!di.i~,t%f to
c ,,b-a1jJf'E~ ulfe iO~di!t~:!.l'>t · P~g,;j.g__e,. I stated to him th!lt the captain was wo ~king. Re stated he would t alk
't o him. I pl aced Roy under arrest for Driving While Impai:i:ed , I contacted capt. Jason Moody and -
made arrangements to meet with myself and Roy . Roy spoke with capt. ~oody about the arres t . In my
presence , Roy stated that he coul d walk i f he had too, that he did not need this to harpen to him .
IIThile he spoke his _s peech was very slurred, he would sway while s i tting in the seat of the patrol
car. r t ranspo-rted Roy to the Haywood Co . Sheriffs Office, while in transport Roy asked m.a four
times whe r e we were going, I stated to him the Haywood Co. Sheriffs office four times . .Rall a,slk~g\g_ 1

I ltfi1;1eEi;alil:llme!iild.l~ iF' w~s ,t'1ag{f.i!e' vib :ey or Haywoffcl"'00<. IJ:aifswered ~film €hrec'e t:inies ~a:gg'fu Villey.,..~ .
I em a chemical an~lyst_ I began my observation of Roy at 02:48 hours, at this time I read Roy the
rights of a _person _requested to s ubmit to a chemical analysis to determine alcohol concentration or
presence of an impairing substance pnder NCGS 20-16.2(a), I also r e ad Roy the Miranda r ights which
he did not waive. Roy did not call an attorney of a witness. He sta ted to me he did not want an
attorney of witness . Roy stated to me tha t he was not going to blow in the machine . After a time
period of 25 !llinu(;es I i;eguested Roy to submit a breath sample into the EC/ IRII intox. Roy r efused
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to submit a brea th s ample. A refusal was r ecorded on the test. tickets. I placed Roy into the cus tody
of th.e. f!a.y.wo.o d Co . D_e tention Center . I- met- wi-th the magistrate for t he chargEfs -on Roy . I br o ugh7:
Roy before the magistrate for his conditions of release and charges . Aft.er meeting the magis tra t e , _

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