Gulf County Sheriff’s Office Law Enforcement Summary

Published: Thursday, March 13, 2014 at 09:25 AM.

On Monday, March 3, the Gulf County Sheriff’s Office (GCSO) executed two transport orders. The GCSO traveled to the Okaloosa County Jail and the Walton Correctional Institution to transport Devin M. Leavell and Johntavious S. Tiller. Both were due to appear in court on Tuesday, March 4th. They were transported back to their respective facilities on Wednesday, March 5.

On March 3, the GCSO received a complaint regarding criminal mischief in the 100 block of Narvaez Street in St. Joe Beach. Deputy J. Brock took the report. The victim reported that their vehicle was keyed. It is believed this is an isolated incident and Deputy Brock continues to investigate.

On Tuesday, March 4, Julius A Gathers (42) was booked into the Gulf County Detention Facility on a Bay County warrant for Child Support.

On March 4, the GCSO received a call regarding the theft of two handguns. Sgt. J. Murnan responded to the call in the 5400 block of Cape San Blas Road. One of the handguns was described as a stainless steel .32 caliber H&R and the other a Taurus 45 caliber handgun. There was no forced entry into the home. The GCSO continues to investigate.

On March 4, Deputy G. Desrosier responded to the Creek Stop Food and Deli at 3050 North Highway 71 regarding a gas drive off. A white male who drove a gold colored Toyota truck pumped $20.01 of fuel and drove off without paying.

On March 5, Deputy B. Smith was dispatched to the Dixie Dandy in Wewahitchka in reference to shoplifting. The defendant, Jayla L. Long (23), was captured on video surveillance stealing merchandise from the business. Long was arrested by Deputy P. Williams the following day and charged with Retail Theft.

On March 5, Deputy M. Ward served a Writ of Attachment on Johnny P. Greer, Jr. (48) for Child Support. Greer was booked into the Gulf County Detention Facility and paid the $1,000 purge amount for the Writ. He was released.

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