Woman’s Cautious Acts Helps to Nab Bad Guys


“If you see something, say something” can, in many cases, lead to a false alarm, however, a recent case in Lake County proves otherwise. The Lake County Sheriffs Office released the following:


Logan Markham
Nicholas Worlds

“On the morning of Wednesday, July 17, 2019 an employee of the Sorrento Christian Center on CR 437 approached the entrance to the church and noticed the door had been opened and the framed damaged. She then made a great decision and contacted 911 and waited for deputies. A witness then approached and stated they saw two men, dressed in dark clothing and similar in height leaving the church just prior to her arrival.

“As our deputies were taking the report another deputy noticed these two individuals walking through yards less than a quarter mile away. As deputies made contact the men were identified as Nicholas Regan Worlds (28) of Mount Dora, and Logan Chase Markham (24) of Sorrento.


“While being interviewed, the two gentlemen were found in possession of several items that were reported stolen from the church as well as another individual’s social security and fishing license.

“Worlds and Markham were booked into the Lake County Detention Center on a multitude of charges.”