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Woman hurt in Roosevelt Road shooting; man sought.
Little Rock police are looking for a man who shot a 23-year-old woman Friday at the SuperStop gas station on Roosevelt Road, spokesman Sgt. Cassandra Davis said.

Davis said police responded to a shots-fired report about 12:36 p.m. at the SuperStop, 3100 W. Roosevelt Road. A caller said five shots had been fired.

When police arrived at the scene, they found a woman, later identified as Valisha Boles, suffering from at least one, non-life-threatening gunshot wound at the parking lot, according to Davis.

At 1:30 p.m., investigators collected blood samples and shell casings at the scene, which was secured with crime-scene tape.

Police said the shooter is described as a black man standing about 5-foot-7, between 20 and 30 years old, and was last seen wearing a gray hooded sweatshirt with a stripe down the sleeve.

He was last seen driving a gold Oldsmobile.
Matt Skytta wanted a free meal at an IHOP early Friday and flashed an Orlando Police Department insignia patch with hopes his dish would be on the house.

When that didn’t work, police said, Skytta pulled down his pants and flashed his buttocks.

Orlando police responded to the IHOP on East Colonial Drive and learned Skytta has been coming into the restaurant for several days, claiming he is a police officer and demanding free food.
During the most recent incident, which unfolded about 1 a.m., a restaurant manager recognized Skytta as the man who had ordered and ate food in the past, but then claimed he had no money to pay, an arrest report said.

A server asked Skytta if he had money to pay for his meal, to which Skytta replied, “No, but I am a cop, and I get food for free.”

The report said Skytta, 55, then pulled an OPD insignia patch out of his wallet.

The server told Skytta police pay for their meals at IHOP and he wouldn’t be getting any free food. The server asked Skytta to leave.

That’s when, police said, Skytta told the server, “I’m not going anywhere until you feed me.”

The server began to call 911, and Skytta threatened to beat up the employee.

When the server began to walk away, Skytta shouted, “Hey buddy!”

The server turned around to look at Skytta, who then dropped his pants and exposed himself to the server and customers, the report said.

Skytta was still at the booth when police arrived.

When police took him out of the IHOP, Skytta said, “I’m a Green Beret! If I die, Obama dies!”

He continued talking, the report said, stating that he knows the police chief, and that his “retired brothers will help me out.”

When police searched Skytta’s wallet, they found the agency’s insignia patch.

Skytta was arrested on charges of impersonating a law-enforcement officer, trespassing, and disorderly conduct.
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Jim Greer, the disgraced former chairman of the Florida GOP, is now selling La-Z-Boy recliners for $8 an hour plus commission at an Orlando-area furniture store as part of a prison work release program.
Greer, 51, still has seven months left on his prison sentence for stealing $125,000 from the state GOP.
His fall from power in 2010 was spectacular – from big-spending Tallahassee political power broker to indicted and now convicted criminal.
He pleaded guilty to four counts of theft and one count of money laundering in an Orlando courtroom last year and was sentenced to 18 months in prison.
But instead of behind bars, he’s now assigned to an Orlando work release facility on Mercy Drive. It has no bars and no prison-like security, although, it is fenced.
He was transferred there — a privately-run facility called Bridges of Orlando — Oct. 29. Before that, he was assigned to a Florida Department of Corrections work camp in the Florida Panhandle.
He told the Tampa Bay Times, in an interview published Sept. 6, that while at that camp – Gulf Forestry Camp – he worked six-hour days pulling weeds and picking up trash.
Now, his routine is different.
The Department of Corrections would give few specifics about his life now, except that he lives and sleeps at the center and has worked at a La-Z-Boy Furniture Galleries store since Nov. 18.
There are four in the Orlando area.
He is paid $8 an hour plus a commission, the department reported.
Also, in the nine weeks he’s been at the Orlando facility, he’s been given six “furloughs” — days when he’s been allowed to leave the facility for something other than his job.
Those included Thanksgiving, Christmas Day and New Year’s Eve.
Greer’s lawyer, Damon Chase, said, “He’s in a really good place in life, and his family is doing great.”
Sammy Hill, director of the program, would not answer questions about Greer or his routine, but while fielding questions about him, Hill’s company consulted Sachs Media Group, one of Tallahassee’s most prominent media relations firms.
While at the facility, Greer’s been disciplined once for breaking the rules. He was found with a $20 bill and was counseled about it, the department reported.
The department would not say how much the state is paying the facility to house and manage Greer.
He’s scheduled for release from state custody July 11.
Greer’s wife, Lisa, 42, of Ovideo, did not respond to phone calls Friday. The couple has five children, including a 1-year-old daughter.
 the department suggested that Greer was not getting preferential treatment, that he is one of 3,400 state inmates a year who are sent to work release programs as their release dates draw near.
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