Lawado Butterfield is a convicted Felon heading for Registered Sexual Offender status., Lawado Butterfield of 5008 Maclice Dr New Port Richey Fl, October 29th Lawado Butterfield Was on FDLE State Wide Most Wanted Persons Site For Sex Crimes On Oct 30th He Was Arrested at 3636 S Shade Av Brookside Middle School Sarasota Fl.
Thursday, November 06, 2014
On Thursday October 30th, 2014 Lawado Butterfield, a convicted felon with an outstanding sex crimes warrant for his arrest was working for a company delivering furniture to Sarasota County elementary and middle schools. Lawado Butterfield was arrested at 3636 S SHADE AVE Brookside Middle School Sarasota Fl later the same day. Lawado Butterfield had an OUT-OF-COUNTY WARRANT: LEWD OR LASCIVIOUS BATTERY (PASCO COUNTY) and another OUT-OF-COUNTY WARRANT: TRANSMISSION OF MATERIAL HARMFUL TO MINOR BY ELECTRONIC DEVICE OR EQUIPMENT (Cellphone), the victim appears to be a 13 year old girl. Lawado Butterfield has prior arrests in New Port Richey Fl which include Violation Of Probation – GRAND THEFT Felony, Lawado Butterfield is a convicted Felon heading for Registered Sexual Offender status. Charges include Lewd or lascivious offenses committed upon or in the presence of persons less than 16 years of age.
Lawado Butterfield was arrested at 3636 S SHADE AV Brookside Middle School Sarasota Fl on October 30th, 2014 by the Sarasota County Sheriff Department.
Lawado Butterfield was transferred to the Pasco Cunty Jail from Sarasota Fl, on November 5th, 2014. Charges include Lewd or lascivious offenses committed upon or in the presence of persons less than 16 years of age.
|Arrest Type||Arrest Date||Arrest Time||Arrest Agency|
|WARRANT||2014/11/05||19:16:00||SARASOTA CO SO|
|Charge Description||Charge Code||Bond|
|LEWD AND LASCIVIOUS||800.04||$10,000|
|IN STATE PERSON ELEC TRANS INFO HARM MINOR||847.0138.||$5,000|
Personal Information from Sarasota County Jail booking info.
- Date of Birth:02/15/1990
- Race: B
- Eye Color: BROWN
- Hair Color: BLACK
- Place of Birth:BD
- Marital Status:S
- Address: HOMELESS
- Zip Code:
- Arresting Agency:Pasco County Sheriff’s Office
- Date Arrested:10/30/2014
- Arrest Location: 3636 S SHADE AV Brookside Middle School
- Arrest City: SARASOTA
- Charge Description:OUT-OF-COUNTY WARRANT: LEWD OR LASCIVIOUS BATTERY (PASCO COUNTY)
- Incident Number:201400062162
- Docket Number:1405854CFAWS
- Hold For:PASCO COUNTY
- Release Date:11/05/2014
- Bond Amount:$10,000.00
- Charge Description:OUT-OF-COUNTY WARRANT: TRANSMISSION OF MATERIAL HARMFUL TO MINOR BY ELEC DEVICE OR EQUIP (PASCO CTY)
- Incident Number:201400062162
- Docket Number:14A0352CFAW
The Sarasota County School Board’s initial response to questions about a sex offender gaining access to Sarasota elementary schools by ABC News 7 was that no such incident ever took place, they finally responded to ABC News 7 with the following response. “Statement from Sarasota County Schools, 11/5/14: An ABC 7 reporter contacted the Sarasota County Schools Communications Department to say that an individual had told the station about an alleged occurrence at district schools. The person who contacted the station said he heard the information from a district employee. First of all, we encourage anyone to call our Safety and Security Office at 941-966-SAFE if they have any information that may affect the safety of students or staff. As always, people should call 911 in an emergency. The information provided to ABC 7, while inconsistent in some details, may be related to an incident that occurred on October 30. As part of a delivery crew, an employee of a company was asked to present identification at one of our schools and chose to leave the school instead. The School Resource Officer reported the incident and the person was arrested near the campus, based on an outstanding warrant from the Pasco County Sheriff’s Office. The person had been charged with, but not convicted of, lewd or lascivious conduct in Pasco County. We have reminded staff at the three other schools that received deliveries that day from the same crew to check the identification of all visitors. We have checked surveillance video from all four schools. The person in question did not have any contact with students, even from a distance, at any time. The safety of our students is our number one priority. Again, we urge anyone with information or suspicions of anything or anyone who may pose a safety concern to call us at 941-966-SAFE. Thank you.”