LEVY COUNTY SHERIFF’S OFFICE
ROBERT B. McCALLUM, JR., SHERIFF
Predator with the Levy County Sheriff’s Office. By Florida law Greene is required to notify law enforcement whenever he changes
Fl for Sexual Battery of a child under 12 in violation of FS 794.011(5). Greene was released from the Florida
Department of Corrections and has registered his address as: 21161 NE 35 Street Williston, Fl.
registered sexual predators and offenders residing in Levy County,
or to search by zip code, please visit www.fdle.state.fl.us and go to the sexual
offender data base.
Criminal Investigations Division
Office Surplus Equipment
in combination with Levy
County will hold a public
auction on March 1, 2014 at 9:00 am. The auction will be held at the Levy
County Road Department located at 660 N. Hathaway Ave (aka US Alt Hwy 27)
Bronson, Florida 32621.
item to the highest bidder. All items on display; which includes an airboat, tractor,
vehicles, air conditioners and many other items can be previewed on Friday
February 28, 2014 from 1 pm until 4 pm. For a complete detailed list of the
items available for purchase, including pictures, you can visit www.atkinsononline.com. Select the auction
calendar tab to view details for this auction.
February 10th, 2014 members of the Levy County Sheriff’s Office and
C.O.P. (Citizens on Patrol) volunteers met to recognize the 2013 C.O.P.
Volunteer of the Year. The C.O.P. Program is made up of civilian volunteers who
donate their time and talents to assist the Sheriff’s Office. These volunteers
provide assistance with traffic control, funeral escorts, special events,
courthouse duties and other needs. These
volunteers assist both LCSO and every taxpayer with their volunteer service to
McCallum was honored to deliver this year’s C.O.P. Top Volunteer award to
Stella Damann. Sheriff McCallum said “Every C.O.P. Member is deserving of this
award but we can only pick one.” Stella joined the C.O.P. Program in 1994, and
since then has donated almost 4000 hours. Please join in congratulating Stella
for her accomplishments and award.
members and staff enjoyed a great meal of barbequed chicken (prepared by Lt.
Shawn Hunt and Deputy Keith O’Steen) followed by delicious desserts (prepared
by Mrs. Wilda Long and Mrs. Laurie Beauchamp) as an expression of our gratitude
for the hours they volunteer.
Levy County Sheriff’s Office, in cooperation with the Central Florida Electric
Cooperative (CFEC), is urging all CFEC customers to be aware of a current scam
CFEC customers have received phone calls from unknown subjects claiming their
electric bill has not been paid. The customer is being told that if payment is
not made within two hours, then their power will be turned off. These people
are asking for payment to be made by phone and are requesting the customer’s
credit card number.
CFEC officials confirm these calls have NOT been
authorized by them. They will not contact any CFEC customer by phone requesting
payment. CFEC and LCSO are requesting any customer who has been contacted, copy
down the number you are being called from and contact LCSO to make a report. Do
not give anyone your personal identification information or credit card number.
CFEC is urging their customers to check their web site for any additional
information concerning their services at www.cfec.com.
Criminal Investigations Division
Levy County Sheriff’s Office
Court Chiefland, Fl. Arrested are John Solomon Hall W/M 12-19-70, Nicole Smart W/F
1-31-82, Calah Crandall W/F 6-31-89 and Paula Jerram W/F10-9-59. All are facing
multiple charges including manufacturing and possession of methamphetamine with
the intent to sell.
while conducting follow up investigations into recently reported burglaries in
the area. Investigators developed a lead that directed them to this location. It
was suspected that the burglar used this home to sell or stash recently stolen
property. While conducting their investigation, they discovered the occupants
were involved in illegally manufacturing meth in the home and in shed on the
Drug Task Force investigators responded to assist with the investigation and
recover the narcotics. The chemicals used to manufacture these types of drugs
are extremely volatile and it requires specialized training to properly and
safely recover them.