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Four arrested in Naples protest

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Posted at 12:56 PM, Jun 02, 2020
and last updated 2020-06-09 12:42:14-04

NAPLES, Fla. — Four people were arrested in Naples last night following a protest and march.

Phillip Galvan, 18, Jean D. Jean, 30, Jordan Cook, 23, and Whitley Theork, 20, were taken into custody.

According to a report, Phillip Galvan entered the intersection at Davis Boulevard; the vehicle took a left into oncoming eastbound lanes.

Galvan stopped after striking two police shields. He then backed up and stopped. A person sitting on the passenger door exited and ran away.

The officer was able to apprehend Galvan after asking him to step out of the vehicle.

Galvan was charged with Willful Reckless Driving and Affrays.

Full report here.

Jean D. Jean was arrested for Disorderly Conduct.

A report says Jean became disruptive during the peaceful protest.

Jean drew attention to himself, causing a scene.

Full report here.

According to the sheriff's report, Jordon Cook was also arrested for Disorderly Conduct and was said to be disruptive during the protest.

He was taken to Naples jail.

Full report here.

Whitley Theork was charged with Battery on an LEO or Firefighter EMT etc and Possession Counterfeited Payment Instrument.

According to a report, Theork was observed by another deputy standing close to a female deputy's backside. For fear of a sexual assault on the female deputy, the deputy pulled Theork away from the backside of the female deputy.

Theork pushed the deputy away from him. Theork had to be forcefully restrained after he kept pulling his right hand away.

Theorks pockets were searched. Deputies found a whole, raw, broken egg, window punch, window shattering instrument, and $400 in counterfeit cash.

Full report here.