Sentencing for Hill Case, Another Job Well Done by Port Orange Police

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Sentencing for Hill Case   January 16, 2014 4:11 PM
From:   Gerald Monahan” <>
To:   “Police-all” <>
Cc:”Greg Kisela” <>
Sentencing for Hill Case January 16, 2014 4:11 PM
Congratulations to our Detectives for another great job!
Chief Monahan

From: Jakovenko, John
Sent: Thursday, January 16, 2014 4:01 PM
To: Monahan, Gerald; Miller, Wayne
Cc: Proctor, Jay
Subject: FW: Sentencing for Hill Case
We have a great group of investigators, and it is noticed where it counts.
Lieutenant J. Jakovenko
Port Orange Police Department
Criminal Investigation Division
4545 Clyde Morris Boulevard
Port Orange, Florida 32129
Office: (386) 506-5882

From: Dorman, Wayne
Sent: Thursday, January 16, 2014 3:58 PM
To: Jakovenko, John
Cc: Wenzel, Jeffrey; Wallace, Michael
Subject: Sentencing for Hill Case
This afternoon, in front of Judge Rowe, Bradley Suntich and Tyler McClain entered their Guilty pleas, and were both sentenced to Life Imprisonment for the Homicide of Laura Hill of 3869 Sunset Cove Dr. POPD case # 2011-005658. At the conclusion of the proceedings, Judge Rowe verbally commended both Det. Wenzel and Det. Wallace for their very thorough and excellent investigation of this case in open court and on the record. Suntich and McClain will be transferred to State Prison following the normal thirty day review period, but there are not expected to be any problems or delays.
Det. Sgt. Wayne Dorman
Port Orange Police Department
4545 Clyde Morris Blvd.
Port Orange, Fl. 32129
Office 386-506-5881 Fax 386-756-5338


One thought on “Sentencing for Hill Case, Another Job Well Done by Port Orange Police

  • January 17, 2014 at 9:32 am

    As usual, our POPD has done an excellent job for the citizens of Port Orange. Under the professional leadership of Chief Monahan and Assistant Chief Miller our very fine police officers continue to perform at a high level. Our Port Orange residents are continuously assured that their safety is job one for the POPD. Congratulations and thank you to Officers Wenzel, Wallace, Jakovento, and Dorman for their diligence in putting these criminals behind bars.
    Bob Pohlmann


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