LEVY COUNTY SHERIFF’S OFFICE
ROBERT B. McCALLUM, JR., SHERIFF
the Levy County Sheriff’s Office has located and dismantled a second
methamphetamine lab in the Chiefland area. LCSO Drug Task Force Investigators
discovered this lab at 7751 NW 115 Street in Chiefland, and were able to render
the site safe. This investigation led to the arrest of Rowdy Elton McCall
6-7-85 who is being held at the Levy County Detention Facility on a $75,000
bond. Investigators work continuously to locate and put these operations out of
chemical components used to manufacture the substance; which is then ingested
by various methods, create one of the most hazardous conditions for officers to
work in. The LCSO is dedicated to locating and arresting the individuals who
are making this deadly drug and ask our citizens to report any suspicious
activity to Crime Stoppers at 1-877-349-8477.
April 29, 2014
The missing and endangered female, Ms. Cannon has been located by the Citrus County Sheriff’s Office. Arrangements are currently being made to return Ms. Cannon to her home in Pinellas Park.
Thank you to all the citizens who assisted in the rapid response which helped locate her so quickly.
is requesting the public’s assistance in locating Barbara Denise Cannon. Ms.
Cannon is described as a 52 year old white female. She has long, below the
shoulder, brown hair with a light mixture of gray. She is approximately 5’-5”
tall, approximately 140 pounds and has blue eyes.
mental health conditions. She has not been able to take her medication since April 26,
2014. Ms. Cannon resides at 1600 78 Ave North, Pinellas Park, Fl. and has not been seen in 3
area of US Highway 19 near the Levy County/Citrus County line. She was
attempting to make her way to an unknown named church in Hernando County.
She has no known family in that area.
contact your local authorities.
April 29, 2014
approximately 10:45 PM Levy County Deputies responded to the Waco 6 convenience store located at 8731 NW
174 Street in Fanning Springs. The clerk reported an unclothed Hispanic male
ran into his store requesting help. With the aid of interpreters, Deputies
determined the male had been the recent victim of a robbery. The robbers had
taken his clothing which contained his wallet filled with approximately $1,000
to the identification of three robbers, one male identified as Richard Hall
12-14-59 and who is a registered sex offender; and two females, Billie Jo Grant
1-13-82 and Sylvia Chisolm 11-8-83. The investigation revealed the trio planned
the robbery earlier in the evening. Their plan was for the females to find a
Hispanic male, lure him to a home and into a bedroom. The females were to
promise him sexual acts and when he got undressed, the male who was waiting in
an adjacent room and armed with a machete, was to take his clothing.
one flaw. The Hispanic male knew these ladies. With the assistance of the
interpreter, investigators were able to quickly locate and arrest all three
County Detention Facility charged with Robbery and his bond has been set at
$100,000. Chisolm was also arrested for Robbery and is being held in Levy County
on a $75,000 bond. Grant was located in Gilchrist County
and arrested on an unrelated charge. The charge of Robbery for her involvement
in this crime has been forwarded to the State Attorney’s Office and a warrant
is notifying citizens that NW 46th
Lane, the main entrance to Fowlers Bluff, at the intersection of NW 152 Ave., has been
closed to vehicular traffic. As the Suwannee
River continues to rise
above flood level, this road has been affected. Currently there is
approximately 8” of water covering the road. Vehicular traffic will be
restricted to residents only as they attempt to protect their properties from
the rising water.
the intersection of NW 46th
Lane and CR 347 alerting travelers of this
closure. On-lookers are asked to avoid this area of Levy County
as the wake produced by their vehicles will cause damage to the homes located
along this road. Additionally, traveling on flooded roadways places the driver
and any occupants of the vehicle in unnecessary danger.
conditions of the Suwannee River in and around Levy
County can be answered by visiting the
Levy County Emergency
web site at www.levydisaster.com or
contacting them directly at 352-486-5212.