Enhanced Enforcement Yields 5 Local DUI Arrests
HERNANDO – Although there are still a few hours to go, a total of five people face charges of driving under the influence of drugs or alcohol, after a mostly quiet holiday weekend.
Even with public announcements by both the Sheriff’s Office and the Florida Highway Patrol that DUI enforcement would be enhanced, some people still chose to get behind the wheel and drive while intoxicated.
The following people are charged with DUI but are considered innocent until proven guilty in a court of law.
James Grant Clifton, 23, of Lutz, Anthony Corso, 67, of Spring Hill, Cathrine Ellen Langone, 57, of Spring Hill, Verny Marisella Flores, 40, of Hudson, and Devin Andrew Tocco, 31, of Spring Hill.
Tocco could be facing time behind bars, due to this being his 3rd DUI conviction in less than 10 years, according to jail records.
Tocco served just under two years behind bars, after pleading guilty to a 2009 charge of leaving the scene of an accident involving death. After his release in 2013, Tocco began serving 5 years of felony probation.
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