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Deputies from MCSO were able to locate Peyton Bailey an arrest him on the outstanding Robbery warrants.
On today's date, Thursday, 09/23/10, at approximately 12:51 PM, the Marion County Sheriff's Office received a Crime Stoppers Tip in reference to w/m Peyton B. Bailey, DOB 02/07/74. Bailey is wanted by the Ocala Police Department for one count of Robbery with a Deadly Weapon (Warrant) and by the Marion County Sheriff's Office for one count of Robbery by Sudden Snatch (Warrant).

The anonymous tip indicated that Bailey was in the area of NE 35th St. and NE Jacksonville Rd. on a blue bicycle. Captain Eddie Leedy, Sgt. Joe Vanweeldon and Master Deputies Rich Peters and Doreen Casolo responded to the area to try and locate Bailey. They received information from an anonymous source that Bailey had left the area approximately 10 minutes prior to their arrival on the blue 10-speed bicycle and headed towards Ocala. They were also told that he had cut his hair and shaved off his facial hair.

They then proceeded to search the area for Bailey. At approximately 1:55 PM, Master Deputy Doreen Casolo located Bailey standing in front of the Seven Day Food Store, 2002 NW 1st Ave., Ocala, with the blue bicycle. She made contact with Bailey, who attempted to give a false name at first, and was able to positively identify him and take him into custody.

Peyton Bailey was arrested on the outstanding warrants from OPD and MCSO, and transported to the Major Crimes Section of the Marion County Sheriff's Office to meet with Investigators prior to being taken to the Marion County Jail.

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