Woman watches as her friend performs sex act on man in supermarket parking lot

Jason Ronald Saurette 
By: Feng Qian

Police were called to a Publix supermarket in Florida, on reports of a couple having sex in public.

Officers who arrived at the scene at 5:30 p.m., found a silver Chrysler parked across three parking spots in front of the supermarket.

Three people were found to be inside the car and they were all arrested after police said that two of them had sex in the car while the windows were down.

Eustis police said that as they approached the car, they saw a woman performing a sexual act on a man who was identified as 44-year-old Jason Ronald Saurette, while another woman was watching them from the back seat.

Saurette was arrested on disorderly conduct and drug charges after police said they also found him in possession of methamphetamine and drug paraphernalia.

The woman, who was seen performing sex acts on the man, was identified as Spring Ladawn Aiken. She was charged with disorderly conduct.

The rear seat passenger, Angel Chanel Hanson, was charged with possession of drug paraphernalia.

Saurette was arrested, and his bail was set at $4,000. Both women were released at the scene on misdemeanor citations.

Man jailed over big tips he gave to waitresses

Joseph R. Arnone 
By: Chan Yuan

Waitresses in Florida, were always happy to serve a man, who was known for tipping them well.

The man paid by credit card and he always added a nice tip for the servers.

However, police soon arrested Joseph R. Arnone, 35, of Key Largo, as he was being generous with other people's money.

Detective Jacques Rozek said that Arnone was involved in an elaborate credit card fraud scheme.

He apparently obtained credit card information online and somehow transferred that stolen information to a credit card with his own name on it.

When he handed the credit card to people, it looked as if he was the legitimate cardholder.

Three people, two of whom have never been in the area, disputed charges from their bills, which Arnone spent.

The total loss of the credit card companies stood at $1,250.

Arnone faces 11 criminal charges, including grand theft, illegal use of credit cards and fraud by impersonation.

His bond was set at $43,500.