Daytona AA Member Larry Tuttle arrested
Man took cruise on blind Holly Hill friend’s credit card, police say
Published: Friday, September 26, 2014
A South Daytona man is facing criminal charges after an investigation revealed he’d financially taken advantage of a blind Holly Hill man he met in Alcoholics Anonymous, police said. Sunrise Park Holly Hill AA and NA Meetings
Larry Tuttle, 59, was arrested Wednesday and charged with fraudulent use of personal identification information amounting to $5,000 or more, fraudulent use of a credit card more than $100 and grand theft, records show. Criminals in Daytona AA Meetings.
Tuttle spent nearly $10,000, which included a cruise to Mexico, at the expense of Jason Derrico by opening three credit cards in Derrico’s name, Holly Hill police said.
Police were alerted to the possible fraud in July, and when they met with Tuttle Aug. 25 he claimed he’d been given permission to apply for the three credit cards in Derrico’s name, according to the affidavit.
The two men met at an AA meeting in 2013 and Tuttle, who claimed he’d been sober 30 years, told Derrico, 36, he wanted to be his sponsor, according to a charging affidavit.
Derrico said he initially enjoyed Tuttle’s company, but he began to grow uncomfortable when Tuttle wanted Derrico to pull away from his blindness support group and made inquiries about Derrico’s finances, according to the affidavit. Derrico told police Tuttle would sometimes yell at him if he did not disclose certain information.
About a year ago, Tuttle told Derrico his trailer had burned down, so Derrico allowed Tuttle to stay the night, during which Tuttle went through Derrico’s financial paperwork and said he could take better care of those matters, according to the affidavit. Derrico told police the two of them would make trips around the county, and once to Fort Lauderdale, where Tuttle would buy gas and make other purchases with what Derrico thought was Tuttle’s own money.
Derrico said he did remember Tuttle asking him to make several purchases, which made Derrico feel like he was being taken advantage of, so he cut contact with Tuttle in January, according to the affidavit. In July, Derrico began getting calls from a financial institution about owing money on a credit card that listed Tuttle as an authorized user.
Derrico closed the accounts, which Tuttle tried to reopen, according to the affidavit. Police said Tuttle made some payments on the accounts to keep them open as long as possible.
Tuttle was being held Friday at the Volusia County Branch Jail on $22,500 bail.
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. Continue reading
HENRY FORD WHEELER
Daytona Beach Narcotics Anonymous Member has been arrested for cocaine possession and battery, violating his drug offender probation. This NA Member has been arrested 66 times in his criminal career, which includes burglary. Henry Wheeler was the star witness in convicting the drug dealer Melvin Brown JR who killed his friend. Henry Wheeler ripped off Melvin Brown Jr over a 50.00 crack deal, which provoked the killing.
This is typical of who the courts are mandating to both Alcoholics Anonymous and Narcotics Anonymous meetings! Stewart Marchman and Vince Carter Rehab Centers refer teens to Daytona AA and NA upon release to continue the 12 step brainwashing they received in SMA and Vince Carter. This practice puts these minors in grave danger.
James Maxwell was indicted for the murder of Chasity Starr and Pamela Sue Will. Chasity Starr was a Holly Hill resident. He was already in jail for raping a 9 year old in a Park. He had been mandated to Narcotics Anonymous meetings to meet probation requirements for prior felony convictions. Why was this man even allowed on the streets? With today’s guidelines he would still have been in jail. So tragic that he raped a little girl and killed 2 local women while out on probation.
How can Judges and probation officers mandate AA and NA meetings for such dangerous felons, knowing children and teens are at these meetings as well? Why does the City of Holly Hill allow the likes of James Maxwell to go to 12 step meetings steps away from the childrens playgrounds?
Rape suspect James Maxwell indicted in killings of 2 women
PORT ORANGE — A grand jury indicted James Maxwell — already a suspect in a child rape and abduction — today in the killing of two women.
A mandated Daytona Beach Narcotics Anonymous member was arrested in Sunrise Park on June 11th 2012 in the children’s playground while he and his friend were drinking one beer after another, sitting on the bench in the playground shown in the picture below. The Next Step NA meeting that was being held by Don had just finished when this member and a friend decided to go buy beer across the street and bring it back in the playground to drink it, while a number of small children were playing. Continue reading
by George Lauby (North Platte Bulletin) – 5/15/2012
Micheal Pappas will continue to serve out a tough probation sentence, despite a request for a reduction from the defense.
In court Tuesday, defense attorney Robert Lindemeier requested Pappas be released early from a sentence of five years of probation. Pappas has served four years. Continue reading
This sicko, was busted with tons of child porn by his own son! He is in jail awaiting sentence, and I am sure trying to get a lighter sentence with the ” AA get out of jail card ” turned to AA meetings and ministry classes. Continue reading
This woman met ‘Lonnie’ at a Florida AA meeting and was robbed. Because of AA’s secretiveness-last name is unknown. This is why you don’t need Daytona AA or Daytona NA meetings in our parks. No one is held accountable.They hide behind being Anonymous. Florida NA and AA have been known to not co-operate with police when a crime has happened to protect their members.
Man Robs Woman He Met At Aa Meeting, Police Say
ORMOND BEACH — Police are searching for a middle-aged white man who robbed an Ormond Beach woman after meeting her at an Alcoholics Anonymous meeting, authorities said.
The 57-year-old woman met the man at an AA meeting three weeks ago and let him move into her home on Woodland Avenue in Ormond Beach for about a week, police said.
The man assaulted the woman last Thursday, tied her up and stole her television, VCR, jewelry and 1976 Plymouth Valiant, a brown four-door with license number KGK-42Z, police said.
The man, whose first name is Lonnie, was described as 48 or 49 years old, 5-feet-10 and 165 pounds with short brown hair.
Anyone with information about the man is asked to call Detective John Bayne at (904) 676-3519.