Bryan Lober, the Republican candidate for Brevard County Commission District 2, receives the endorsement of Brevard County Sheriff Wayne Ivey during an event at the Veterans Memorial Center on Merritt Island.
Sheriff Wayne Ivey was honored to present “It’s Time To Be A Parent Again” to approximately 200 citizens who were in attendance at the Church at Viera.
The Brevard County Sheriff’s Office has had a great deal of success removing wanted criminals off Space Coast streets thanks to programs such as the nationally acclaimed, ‘Wheel of Fugitive’ and the local hit, ‘Cookin up Justice.’
Early last week Becky was minding her own business as she stopped at Walmart in Merritt Island to run some errands. While she had no idea her life was about to change, she didn’t hesitate to not only do the right thing, but to do it the exact right way as well.
Bryan Lober, the Republican candidate for Brevard County Commission District 2, has received the endorsement of Brevard County Sheriff Wayne Ivey.
I had a blast working with our Fugitive Unit Monday as they traveled throughout Brevard County looking for various fugitives. This unit has one of the most exciting and dangerous jobs in Law Enforcement as they work each and every day to get Fugitives of our streets and safely behind bars where they can no longer victimize our citizens.
Brevard County Sheriff Wayne Ivey announced his endorsement Friday of Republican Tyler Sirois for the District 51 seat in the Florida House of Representatives. Sirois qualified for the ballot by collecting the required 1,160 signed petitions from registered voters in his district.
While he has always been an avid animal lover, AJ Hiers of Boniface Hiers Automotive Group in Melbourne, found himself wanting to do more to help homeless pets in his community.
Sexual Offender Registration and tracking Unit (SORT) arrested 31-year-old Frank Manion Miles III of Melbourne for Traveling to Meet a Minor for the purpose of having unlawful sexual contact.
This past week a federal Grand Jury indicted 36-year-old Ronald Wiley of Melbourne, with distributing heroin and cocaine that resulted in the death of another, distributing oxycodone, distributing heroin, possessing a firearm as a convicted felon, and two counts of carrying a firearm in relation to a drug trafficking crime.
Three Brevard County Sheriff’s Office Corrections Deputies have been the subjects of recent arrests in separate and unrelated incidents for driving under the influence.
Governor Rick Scott sent the following letter to Florida superintendents and school board members, as well as Secretary Mike Carroll, Department of Children and Families; Secretary Christy Daly, Department of Juvenile Justice; Commissioner Pam Stewart, Department of Education; Florida Sheriffs Association; Florida Police Chiefs Association; and Florida Association of Counties outlining the next steps to take following the signing of the Marjory Stoneman Douglas High School Public Safety Act.
A Closer Look at Brevard School Safety with Sheriff Wayne Ivey. Among the four-pronged approach, Sheriff Ivey and Dr. Blackburn have recommended the “Sheriff Trained Onsight Marshal Program” (S.T.O.M.P.), which will arm properly vetted and trained school volunteer personnel to carry concealed firearms on campus.