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July 31 2014

July 31, 2014

Deputies responded at 12:44 pm to the area of 130 Maple Streetin Inglis, Fl yesterday to a reported suspicious incident. Approximately 20 minutes earlier a 10 year old girl was walking along Maple Street going to a friend’s home. While walking along the road, a white Chevy S-10 with rust spots driven by a white male. The driver was described as bald with a goatee and rotting teeth pulled along side of her. He opened the passenger door and motioned to her while saying “come in”. The child immediately ran away and observed the vehicle depart the area in the area of CR 40A.

Additional deputies responded to the area searching for the vehicle described by the child. The vehicle was not located. Other residents in the area were interviewed and their information confirms this vehicle and the driver have been seen before. The search continues for this person. Any resident of Inglis or Yankeetown who may know this individual are asked to contact LCSO at 352-486-5111 with information on how to find him. LCSO wants to identify this subject and put any community fears at ease. 


Lt. Scott Tummond
Criminal Investigations Division
Levy County Sheriff's Office
(352) 486-5111

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July 15 2014

Retiring Volunteers Honored


On July 14, 2014, 2013 personnel from the Levy County Sheriff's Office, along with family members and fellow COPS (Citizens On Patrol) members  honored Tom and Donna Munsell on their retirement from the organiztion.  Mr. Munsell was a part of the second volunteer academy taught at LCSO in the early 1990’s.  During his many years of service Mr. Munsell donated 2,122 volunteer hours to the citizens of Levy County.  Mrs. Munsell donated an additional 751 volunteer hours. 


The Munsells were joined at the ceremony by their son, Richard Munsell, and daughter-in-law Amy Munsell.  Sheriff McCallum presented individual plaques to the Munsells and expressed LCSO’s appreciation for their service. 


We wish the Munsells the very best on their retirement! 


Anyone who may be interested in joining the COPS program is encouraged to contact: 


Lt. Sean Mullins

CRD Lieutenant

Levy County Sheriff's Office