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Wednesday, 17 September 2008

Alex Windel Bailey, Evaton Adam Bailey each charged with carrying a concealed firearm

Alex Windel Bailey, 18, of 109 Anderson St., and Evaton Adam Bailey, 18, of 110 Anderson St., in Lake Placid, were each charged with carrying a concealed firearm, a third-degree felony.Evaton Bailey's bond was set at $10,000.Alex Bailey was additionally charged with battery on a law enforcement officer and resisting arrest with violence. Alex Bailey's bond was set at $20,000.It was about 11 p.m. Sunday, when deputies approached the brothers who were seated at the table.Sheriff's deputies noted the table is a common hang-out spot for people, open to the general public, but is also a "well known area where illegal drug sales occur."
"Alex consented to a search of his person," the report stated, "and during which he was found to be in possession of a Bryce Arms 9 mm automatic handgun."Deputy Michael Ahrens reported that as he touched the right pocket on Alex Bailey's outer pair of shorts, Bailey began to resist and tried to grab the firearm, Ahrens stated."While attempting to restrain Alex, he was actively attempting to pull my hand away from his shorts and pull away from my grasp, wherein he scratched my left arm," Ahrens wrote.Ahrens noted that he received numerous scratches to his inner arm while struggling with Alex Bailey. After being pushed to the ground, he was handcuffed with assistance from other deputies.During this time, Deputy James Brimlow told Evaton Bailey to place both of his hands on the picnic table. As he leaned forward, Brimlow reported, "I heard what I thought to be a gun," Brimlow wrote, as it hit the table top.Brimlow pushed Evaton Bailey forward and grabbed the right side of his waistband. He reported finding a concealed revolver under a top layer of shorts inside another pair of shorts, and Evaton Bailey was placed under arrest.The brothers were both previously arrested on Aug. 20, on charges of loitering or prowling and resisting arrest without violence. Their bond was revoked.
Alex Bailey pled no contest Monday and was adjudicated on the loitering and resisting arrest charges, according to the Highlands County Clerk of the Court's Office. Evaton Bailey's next court date on the loitering and resisting charges is scheduled for Oct. 20.



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