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Claire Metz
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wile and crazy in the water... sharks chasing bait fish, schools of mullet, in shallow water... so beach safety has to warn swimmers!
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You did a report on Martin Roque Directv arrested. This is what I know about the last 2 years.

A Deltona man faces molestation charges after investigators say the man sexually battered a girl for five years, starting when she was 10 years old, officials say.
 
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Firman Davis Jr.
Firman Davis Jr. was arrested Monday and is charged with sexual battery, lewd/lascivious battery and lewd/lascivious molestation, according to a Volusia County sheriff’s charging affidavit. 
Davis, 38, began molesting the girl in 2007 when she was 10 years old and eventually had sex with her when she was 15, according to the affidavit.
When the girl met with investigators in October 2012, she told officials if she didn’t get undressed when Davis told her to, he would hit her, according to the affidavit.
Davis is being held without bail at the Volusia County Branch Jail.


Manager at Halo after leaving Mastec. Jennifer from Mastec told Brad owner of Halo to hire him. He was let go from Halo just before this arrest for Theft 

Florida Department of Law Enforcement - Sexual Offender / Predator Flyer 
 
MATTHEW LEE TROTTO 
Date Of Photo: 03/18/2014 
Click Here to Track this Offender 
Designation: 
Sexual Offender 
Name: 
MATTHEW LEE TROTTO 
Status: 
Released - Subject to Registration 
Department of Corrections #: 
Not Available
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Date of Birth: 
03/25/1983
Race : 
White
Sex: 
Male
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Brown
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Blue
Height: 
5'09"
Weight: 
160 lbs 



TROTTO is registered as a Sexual Offender. 
Positive identification cannot be established unless a fingerprint comparison is made. 

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MATTHEW LEE SNODGRASS, MATTHEW SNODGRASS 
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656 N Apache Cir
Deltona, FL 32725-4528
Volusia COUNTY
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Received: 09/26/2014
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Adjudication 
07/03/2003
SEX OFFENSE, OTHER STATE (3RD DEGREE SEXUAL ASSAULT, 2 COUNTS) 
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WETZEL, WV 
Guilty/convict


By Katie Kustura
katie.kustura@news-jrnl.com
Published: Tuesday, September 30, 2014 at 4:59 p.m.
Last Modified: Tuesday, September 30, 2014 at 10:44 p.m.
A DIRECTV technician was arrested after grabbing a female customer in New Smyrna Beach and then exposing himself to her, police said.
 
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Martin Roque
Martin Roque, 47, was setting up TV service in the 29-year-old woman’s home shortly before 11:30 a.m. Monday when the woman complained of pain in her lower back, according to a New Smyrna Beach police report.
Roque, a Deltona resident, claimed he was a part-time masseuse and asked if he could show her a few tricks to relieve the pain, but the woman declined the offer, according to the report. Roque asked her if she was sure because if she had some baby oil, he could help her.
The woman said after she declined again, Roque grabbed her from behind and used one of his hands to unzip his pants and expose himself, according to the report. Roque quickly left after the woman escaped his grasp.
Roque was charged with battery and indecent exposure, records show. He was released from the Volusia County Branch Jail the same day after posting $1,000 bail.
DIRECTV could not immediately be reached for comment.
Released from Halo after this arrest.

Then there was Tim and Brian in Melbourne who a customer complained that they were messing with their daughters underwear. They called Directv and made complaint. It went to Jennifer at Mastec and then to Firman to go investigate that issue. They were then released from employment.  Jennifer at Mastec knows and keeps covering up the issue before it gets all the way up the ladder to Directv.  
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A kitten born in the wild in Daytona Beach has a new home with a family in Flagler County, and the little guy went to great lengths to find his adoptive family.
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I hope Claire Metz stays with WESH news forever I really like and respect her.She is now like a close friend
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Everyone in Volusia and Flagler Counties knows WESH 2 News reporter Claire Metz. As the bureau chief, she covers Local Live Late Breaking news in one of the fastest-growing parts of the state. Claire has been with WESH 2 News as a reporter and anchor since 1984.

Claire was born in Chicago and graduated from Loyola University in New Orleans with a degree in communications. While she’s an accomplished journalist today, her original goal was to become a lawyer. She was accepted into law school in Chicago, but instead moved to Florida to be with her fiancé. Her hope was to attend law school here, but—at the time—there was no law school close to home in Volusia County. So, she got a behind-the-scenes job at WESH 2 before a competing station offered her a reporting position. She was at that station for a year and a half before WESH 2 lured her back with a reporting position of its own.

That was almost 30 years ago. The rest, as they say, is history. Since her tenure, Claire has covered a wide variety of stories—from Hurricane Katrina in New Orleans to serial killer Aileen Wournos’ execution to wildfires and hurricanes. The stories she remembers most are the ones that sparked change in our community. She also loves the variety her job offers.

"I love the fact that the job is different from day to day. The news changes daily, so it's always something different. Then making the news important to each and every person is the real challenge," Claire said.

Claire has earned numerous awards for her hard work, including an Emmy award for her coverage of a family who survived in rough seas on Christmas Eve, and numerous Florida Press Club awards.

She and her husband, Pete, continue to call Volusia County home. They have three sons and one daughter.

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