Deborah Russell - Editor/Publisher
Inglis, FL 34449
Tom Russell - Consulting Editor
A Publication of
Wednesday February 18, 2009
Permit No. 14
Sally Price Correspondent
From the Inglis Police Dept.
On the evening of
Feb. 12, the Inglis Police
Department (IPD) began
an investigation into the
disappearance of 13-year-
old Kristina "Krissy"
Summers. According to
the Inglis Police Dept.
Krissy had secretly
packed some clothing and had left her resi-
dence in her older sister's vehicle. She was
last seen, around 8:00 p.m., withdrawing money
from an Anytime Teller Machine (ATM) at a
A BOLO (be on the lookout) for Krissy
was issued to surrounding law enforcement
agencies. The IPD also acquired a court order
for a GPS (Global Positioning System) loca-
tion and call history of Krissy's cellular phone.
The call history of Krissy's cell phone re-
vealed that she had contacted a former
This is a photo of the latest improvements to Kings Bay Park in Crystal River. Playground installation began last week and should be completed soon.
boyfried in Alabama, shortly after visiting a
Three of the five small picnic shelters are up. The Kings Bay Park is on 3rd street. Sstop by the park and see the improvements that are going on.
local bank's ATM.
Citrus Sheriff Dept. Looking
On the evening of Feb. 13, the Citrus
Three Die In
County Sheriff's Office located Krissy's car,
abandoned with the keys still in it, at a Crys-
for Missing Inverness Youth
tal River parking lot. The Morgan County Ala-
bama Sheriff's Office was contacted and in-
formed that Krissy may have boarded a bus,
(Inverness) Citrus County Sheriff’s Of-
for the teen, and sheriff’s deputies entered
Continued on page 3 - Missing Teen
fice detectives are trying to locate an
his information into the
Inverness teen who was reported missing by
national data base for
his legal guardian on Saturday, Jan. 31.
missing persons. Checks
From the FHP
John Boggs, 17, of 3506 S. Highlands Av-
were made with known
A 1998 Saturn driven by 21 year old
enue, was last seen around 11 p.m. the night
friends and associates.
Zachari W. Sipes of Dunnellon was traveling
before when he returned home from his job at
The boy’s guardian re-
west on Hunter Hill Street, a dirt road and
a local supermarket. He went into his bed-
ported that she had heard
residential street, at an excessive rate of speed.
from him via cell phone on
The car then ran a stop sign at the intersec-
Just after 1 a.m. on Saturday, a neighbor
Feb. 7, although his tele-
tion of North Fernandina Avenue according
woman came to the door and said Boggs and
phone number was
to the FHP report, and traveled into the path
her son had left their respective homes and
blocked. Boggs told her
of a 1998 Ford two door driven by 25 year old
exited the area together in an unknown direc-
he was all right, but he wouldn’t be coming
Mary K. Jefford of Citrus Springs which was
traveling north on North Fernandina Avenue.
The second missing boy has since been
Additional information was gathered that
The impact caused the male passen-
seemed to indicate the missing teen might still
ger in the left rear of Vehicle 1 to be ejected
Boggs’s guardian received a text message
be in the area. Detectives also are checking
from the vehicle. This passenger 22 year old
Details on page 11
from the missing juvenile not long after she
with out-of-state jurisdictions where the boy
James T. Pritchard of Hernando received fatal
reported him missing. He told her he was plan-
has other family.
injuries and expired at the scene of the crash.
ning to leave the state to meet up with an-
Anyone who may have information about
The female passenger in the right rear of Ve-
other family member.
17-year-old John Boggs or his whereabouts
Continued on page 3 - Car Crash
A BOLO (be on the lookout) was issued
is asked to call 911 or 352-726-1121 right away.