LEVY COUNTY SHERIFF’S OFFICE
ROBERT B. McCALLUM, JR., SHERIFF
There are two control burns in the Morriston area that may cause heavy smoke. The first is an 810 acre burn at 326 just south of 343 and leading to obstructed views on 326 just west of 337. The second is a 290 acre burn at 121 and Cow Creek Road, which is obstructing views in the area of 19 on past Cow Creek Road on 121 due to smoke There are troopers in the area and signs posted on 326 warning motorists
Lt. Scott Tummond
Criminal Investigations Division
Levy County Sheriff's Office
wooded area east of Otter Creek off of SR 24. A hunter located what appeared to
be the remains of a decomposing human body. Detectives verified that the
remains were human and are currently working with the Medical Examiner’s Office
to identify this person and determine a cause of death.
Anyone with information is asked to call Lt. Scott Tummond
at 352-486-5111 or you can remain
anonymous by calling Crime Stoppers at 1-877-349-8477
- Levy County School Superintendent Robert Hastings;
- Levy County School Board Director of Administration Jeff Edison;
- Williston Police Chief Dennis Strow;
- Williston Assistant Police Chief Clay Connolly;
- Chiefland Police Chief Robert Douglas;
- Inglis Police Chief Steve Dixon;
- Cedar Key Police Chief Virgil Sandlin.
The purpose of the meeting was to review the existing Levy County School Critical Incident Response Plan and to insure continued cooperation among the various law enforcement agencies and the School Board.