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News of Record for Wednesday, June 7, 2017


COUNTY JAIL DOCKET (The following people were booked into the Volusia County Branch Jail on felony charges yet to be proven in court.): Christopher R. Ritchie, 28, New Smyrna, failure to appear (5); Byrone L. Lord, 30, Dal, resisting arrest with violence, possession of marijuana with intent to sell; Traci N. Creech, 30, Eustis, failure to appear; Nathanial R. Freedman, 33, DeLand, possession of a controlled substance (2), possession of paraphernalia; Eric A. Piers, 34, Deltona, possession of a controlled substance; Jimmie L. Clark, 31, Holly Hill, possession of cocaine;Sanford L. Smith Jr, 23, South Daytona, possession of a weapon by a felon, resisting an officer without violence, failure to appear; John M. Feraco, 56, D B Shores, petty theft, dealing in stolen property; Brook N. Franklin, 33, Daytona Beach, violation of probation, operating a vehicle while driver's license is suspended, cancelled or revoked, knowingly give false info to a law enforcement officer; Shane M. Windfelder, 33, Daytona Beach, violation of probation (2), battery;Patrick P. Ragunt, 36, Mt Dora, court violation; Demario D. Moore, 29, Daytona Beach, Grand theft motor vehicle, possession of cocaine, operating a vehicle while driver's license is suspended, cancelled or revoked; Darryl W. Johnson, 34, Port Orange, grand theft motor vehicle, fleeing or attempting to elude law enforcement while lights and siren are active, driving a vehicle while driver's license is canceled, suspended or revoked, possession of cocaine; Lonnie Purvis, 31, Daytona Beach, grand theft motor vehicle, battery;Krystal L. Doerschuk, 36, Daytona Beach, grand theft;Shelly M. Berrian-Peterson, 33, Daytona Beach, grand theft; Wayne J. Hasher, 29, Palm Coast, grand theft;Charles D. Alaniz, 36, Deltona, habitual driving while license is revoked, possession of paraphernalia; Mickey M. Collins, 25, Orange City, dealing in stolen property; Jonathan G. Kral, 42, Orlando, contempt of court-offense violation of no contact order; Charles H. Moore III, 23, Port Orange, burglary of an unoccupied structure (2); Edward L. Leavitt, 33, Port Orange, burglary of an unoccupied conveyance, fleeing or attempt to elude high speed, burglary of an unoccupied dwelling; Rory P. Bryan, 23, Holly Hill, court violation; Zachary Searls, 26, Ormond Beach, burglary of a structure or conveyance (2), criminal mischief ; Ashlee F. Macon, 30, DeLand, battery, drug offense; Jennifer C. Ribaudo Holly, 44, New Smyrna, aggravated assault with a deadly weapon, battery.

Failing at Retirement: 11 Mistakes Baby Boomers Are Making

Boomers, you get an F. Roughly three out of four people between the ages of 60 and 75 could not pass a quiz on basic retirement income concepts. That’s the conclusion of the 2017 Retirement Income Literacy Survey by the American College of Financial Services.

Older Americans bungled questions on topics, including Social Security, investing, and long-term care, the survey found. Fewer than 1% aced the quiz, results that David Littell, the retirement income program co-director at The American College described as “alarming.”

The news wasn’t all bad. Many people understood inflation, had a good grasp of the ins and outs of Medicare, knew about required minimum distributions from IRAs, and were clear on how a reverse mortgage worked. But most baby boomers have a long way to go to become retirement experts. From a troubling sense of overconfidence to confusion about how long their savings will need to last, let’s take a closer look at 11 ways many boomers are clueless about retirement.

There are 177 lobbyist working in the McCain campiagn; does that concern you about his policies?

He is the perfect puppet for Corporate America. His allegiances will not be for the voting public. Take heed.