It will be easier to find Florida public records through a Google search without having to mine each government database, now that the Florida state government has a cooperative arrangement with Google to index their sites.
Search the name “Villalobos” within Florida government records by formulating this query:
All of the initial results are for Senator Villalobos at the legislature’s Web site. If he’s not your target, search again, removing that site:
One set of public records is various state license holders.
Examine the search results to uncover new types of public records. Scroll down to the link to a Florida Department of Law Enforcement document listing a “Villalobos” among those receiving an Intoxilyzer test. If you go to the public records section at the Florida Department of Law Enforcement, Alcohol Testing Program you’ll see a jumble of files that aren’t searchable here, but content within them can be plumbed at a search engine.
This document image tells you that Villalobos’ arrest took place in Broward County, which is helpful because names in the Florida court case indices won’t come up in a search engine.
I previously wrote about the other state governments – Arizona, California, Utah and Virginia – whose sites Google is also indexing.