Man arrested after calling police to serve a warrant on his estranged wife


GAINESVILLE, Fla. – Cedric Lamarte Webb, 53, was arrested yesterday morning for violation of a domestic violence injunction after he called the police to serve a warrant on his estranged wife.

At about 6:15 a.m. yesterday, Webb reportedly called 911 to say he was with Sarah Mosley-Webb, who had an active warrant.

Mosley-Webb was subsequently arrested on a warrant for violation of pre-trial diversion conditions for charges of cocaine possession and attempting to pass a $100 bill that was marked “for motion picture use only” at a convenience store.

The responding officer determined that Webb was within 100 feet of Mosley-Webb, and there is a court-ordered injunction prohibiting Webb from having any contact with Mosley-Webb, so Webb was arrested for violating the injunction.

Prior to being detained, Webb reportedly spontaneously said that he saw Mosley-Webb’s vehicle parked at a laundromat, so he pulled over and called 911.

Mosley-Webb has a federal criminal history, along with a record in Tennessee and Georgia; her warrant recommends bail of $10,000.

Webb has a criminal history in Georgia, Virginia, Alabama, and Arizona and one Florida felony conviction; he was arrested in March on domestic violence charges, but the charges were dropped in May. Judge Walter Green set bail at $1,000.

Articles about arrests are based on reports from law enforcement agencies. The charges listed are taken from the arrest report and/or court records and are only accusations. All suspects are innocent until proven guilty in a court of law. 

  • OMG. Does Judge Green have a mental disorder? $1,000 bail? For someone with a criminal past and active warrant?

    • The man didn’t have an active warrant. What does a criminal past have to do with it? If someone has served their time, why keep punishing them?

  • Lovely couple ahem, and just think, they’ll be together thanks to Judge Green.

    Psssst Green, you’re supposed to be part of the Justice system, not the Be Kind To Criminals system.

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