Eighteen years ago today, our world came to a screeching halt as terrorist bombed the World Trade Center, the Pentagon, and crashed yet another plane into a wooded area in Pennsylvania.
“America Talks Live” Radio Host, John Cardillo takes an inside look at the new recruiting video our agency released last week which makes it very clear that in Brevard County we put bad people in jail and never shy away from enforcing the law just because we might hurt someone’s feelings!
Earlier this afternoon, members of the Brevard County Sheriff’s Office Fugitive Unit arrested last week’s “Fishing For Fugitives®️” Catch of the Day, Sherri Bailey who was wanted on two felony warrants for Violation of Probation reference Grand Theft.
Recently, agents from the Brevard County Sheriff’s Office Fugitive Unit began receiving tips on the whereabouts of Acasia Fuscaldo, who was a contestant on the “Wheel of Fugitive®️” but not actually selected as the Fugitive of the Week.
Kyleigh may only be 5-years-old but she already knows what she wants to be when she grows up, a Deputy Sheriff with the Brevard County Sheriff’s Office!
Last week the Brevard County Sheriff’s Office held a Swearing-In Ceremony to welcome new members to our agency and also to recognize current members of our agency that were assuming new assignments and those being promoted to new supervisory roles within our agency.
If you are thinking about committing Domestic Violence in Brevard County I would recommend that you don’t, but if you decide to ignore that sound advice don’t compound your mistake by running from our K-9’s and Deputies who are coming to take you to jail!
Fifty years ago today the world stood still, holding it’s breath as Astronauts Neil Armstrong and Buzz Aldrin landed on the moon while their teammate Michael Collins remained in the Command Module for the historic first step on the surface of the moon.
On behalf of the Brevard County Sheriff’s Office and the Veteran’s Memorial Center, “Thank You” for all you did to make today’s Independence Day Parade in Merritt Island such a huge success!
Deputy Adam Steuerwald and Deputy Caleb Pinkham while working traffic enforcement on Wednesday in the area of I-95 and Fiske Blvd stopped a vehicle for traffic violations that ended up being occupied by this past week’s “Fishing For Fugitives™️” target Rhonda L. Patton.
Earlier this morning, Agents from the Brevard County Sheriff’s Office Fugitive Unit arrested last night’s “Wheel of Fugitive®️” Target, Heather Fisher.
There is no doubt that number of guardian angels were working Tuesday evening, as Paul won the battle after facing an ambush styled attack, a neighbor risked injury or possibly death to pull him to safety, his squad members responded to his side and applied tourniquets, our brothers and sisters at BCFR provided emergency medical care and the staff at Holmes Regional Medical provided excellent care and support!
On Wednesday, as participants from agencies around the country who are attending our “Paws and Stripes College” Child Therapy Dog Training were out in the community socializing their K-9’s, they were approached by a little boy named Joey who presented the Deputies with his business card.
When it comes to the members of your Brevard County Sheriff’s Office, it is a “One Team One Mission Concept!!”
This past weekend Corrections K-9 Deputy Mike Nettles, K-9 Titan, and K-9 Blue were called out to assist members of the Indian Harbour Beach Police Department with the search and rescue of a missing 6-year-old autistic child.
The Brevard County Sheriff’s Office Hockey Rec Team is primarily comprised of players throughout our public safety community and community members who all volunteer their time to represent our agency while also getting some great exercise and strengthen partnerships in the community.
On Monday, it was my honor to speak about the importance of “Community Outreach” during the Florida Sheriff’s Association Commander’s Academy in Tallahassee.
Tonight, I am very proud to announce that earlier this week, our agency received an emergency 911 call from Mr. Blaine Sullivan who advised that he was driving in the area of I-95 and Wickham Road in Viera with his wife, Devon, who was in labor.
This week I joined several members of our agency, representing our nearly 1,500 members as we escorted the family of Agent Kevin Stanton to the National Law Enforcement Officers Memorial in Washington DC.
As many of you will recall our agency recently culminated a significant criminal investigation into the distribution of Heroin, Fentanyl, and Methamphetamine.