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Man arrested after calling police to serve a warrant on his estranged wife
December 19, 2022
BY JENNIFER CABRERA
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.
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