BROOKSVILLE, FL – On Tuesday, July 12, 2022 just before 1 p.m., several Hernando County Sheriff’s deputies responded to Oakdale Avenue in Brooksville to serve a felony warrant for the arrest of 45 year-old Londell Ramon Anderson. The charge was robbery by sudden snatching.
Upon arrival, deputies established a perimeter around the residence to safely serve the felony warrant. While doing so, deputies began verbally communicating with Anderson through a window to his residence.
Deputies told Anderson through the window they were there to serve a felony warrant for his arrest. Anderson immediately requested to see the actual warrant. Deputies placed the warrant on the window, so Anderson could read it. During this time, deputies came face-to-face with Anderson, thus positively identifying him.
Deputies gave numerous commands for Anderson to exit his residence peacefully, to which he refused. Deputies noted Anderson was becoming increasingly agitated and heard him tell his wife, Daphnie Moore, 30, to retrieve a firearm.
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After yelling for the firearm, Anderson threatened to shoot any deputies who did not leave his property. Having knowledge of the case involving the robbery, deputies believed Anderson did in fact have access to a firearm, as one was inferred during the robbery. Given the circumstances, deputies took tactical positions to safely view Anderson’s residence.
For the next several hours, Anderson and Moore remained inside the residence, refused to exit, and actively resisted deputies in their attempts to resolve the situation peacefully. During this time, deputies learned there were also three children inside the residence, ages 14, 13, and 10.
During the several hour time frame, deputies attempted to communicate with Anderson and Moore numerous times, via a two-way communication device. There were times when one or both engaged in active dialogue, and times when they would reject the call and/or disconnect immediately after answering.
During times of active dialogue, deputies requested both Anderson and Moore to allow the children to leave the residence. Both refused to do so, disregarding the safety of the three children.
After several hours of negotiations, both adults and the three children exited the residence. Londell Anderson was placed into custody for the active felony warrant. Daphnie Moore was also placed into custody for an active warrant for fleeing to elude.
Deputies executed the search warrant on the residence and recovered a black loaded handgun in the living room in plain view.
A representative from the Department of Children and Families (DCF) responded to take custody of the children. Arrangements have been made for family members to take custody of the children.
In addition to the arrest warrants, Anderson was charged with seven counts of aggravated assault on a law enforcement officer, a second degree felony, resisting arrest without violence and three counts of child neglect, a third degree felony. Daphnie Moore was charged with three counts of child neglect and resisting arrest without violence.