NA Daytona Beach is a place for convicted killers.Terry Frison Freeman a convicted Killer of an 81 year old man he brutally beat to death did 15 years for the killing. He was let out in May 2013. He was looking for a Daytona Narcotics Anonymous Meetings when police were doing a probation sweep and found he was not home. Going to Daytona NA meetings is most likely part of his probation requirements. Daytona NA invites killers and rapists right along with children and minors. Of course as we know this is not exclusive to NA Daytona Beach Florida. This is a global problem. NA Holly Hill meetings are in Centennial Park as well as NA Daytona meetings held in Hollyland Park with violent felons, Deland, Ormond Beach, Port Orange and Daytona Beach Shores.
Probation and Parole Sweep Nets Convicted Killer, police said.
By Lyda Longa STAFF WRITER
Published: Thursday, July 18, 2013
DAYTONA BEACH — A convicted murderer on parole went back to jail earlier this week because he was late getting home.
Terry Frison Freeman was arrested Wednesday night during a Daytona Beach police probation and parole sweep — the department’s first in more than a year due to budget constraints.
The 41-year-old Freeman, was convicted of second degree murder for beating an 81-year-old grocer to death in 1996. He was also convicted of robbery.
One of the conditions of his parole when he was released from the Tomoka Correctional Institution in May, included that he be home every evening by 7 p.m., said Police Capt. Craig Capri.
A Daytona Beach detective, a uniformed officer and a Probation and Parole officer, knocked on Freeman’s door on Wednesday evening, and he was nowhere to be found, said Police Chief Mike Chitwood and Capri.
“We waited for him until 7:15 p.m. and he didn’t come back,” Capri said Thursday. “We didn’t see him until after 8. He said he was looking for an NA (Narcotics Anonymous) meeting.” Donnie Moore Commissioner of Holly Hill calls critics nutjobs.
Wednesday’s arrest of Freeman was a significant one for police.
Because of budget constraints, Chitwood has not been able to spare any detectives or uniformed officers for a probation and parole sweep. The sweeps used to be done three or four times a year, but because the priority has been to have as much manpower available to fight crime and to answer calls for service, the sweeps had to be set aside, Capri said.
“The last time we did one was February 2012,” the captain said. “We hope to start them more regularly again like two or three times a year.”
Wednesday’s efforts included visiting 27 people who are either on parole or on probation, Chitwood said. Of those, three — including Freeman — were arrested.
The convicted killer is being held without bail at the Volusia County Branch Jail, charged with violation of parole.
Initially charged with first degree murder in the beating death of 81-year-old Jerry Alfano, the owner of a convenience store at 601 Martin Luther King Blvd., Freeman pleaded guilty to second degree murder and was sentenced to 20 years in state prison. His accomplice in the beating however — Dexter Jackson — did not plead and ended up getting convicted of first-degree murder. Jackson is serving a life term at the Blackwater Correctional Facility in Milton.
Freeman had served 15 years when he was released in May. His fate will be left up to the Parole Commission in Tallahassee, police said.