Gulf County Sheriff’s Office Law Enforcement Summary

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

On Thursday, March 6, at approximately 2:43 a.m. Deputy S. Ferrell responded to Pine Ridge Apartments in reference to a possible prowler. The caller advised that someone was walking around knocking on windows and doors. When Deputy Ferrell arrived he was unable to locate anyone. A second call was received at approximately 3:33 a.m. Deputy S. Ferrell placed Karen A. Mancham under arrest for Disorderly Conduct and transported her to the Gulf County Detention Facility.

On March 6, the GCSO executed a transport order by traveling to the Gadsden Correctional Facility in Quincy. Taylor M. Green was transported to appear in court Tuesday Morning. She was returned to Gadsden Correctional Facility on the same day.

On March 6, Sherry A. Robinson (46) turned herself into the Gulf County Sheriff’s Office. Robinson was wanted for Violation of Probation with the original being Harassing Phone Calls. She was booked into the Gulf County Detention Facility and released on a $500 bond.

On March 6, Deputy M. Layfield served Gary L. Husdon (44) with a warrant for Failure to Appear with the original charges being Harassing Phone Calls. Hudson was transported and booked into the Gulf County Detention Facility where he was released the following day on his own recognizance.

On Friday, March 7, Paula R. Pitts (29) turned herself over to Deputy S. Ferrell. Pitts was wanted for Violation of Probation with the original charge being Driving Under the Influence. She was first appeared and released on a $500 bond.

On March 7, Richard L. Mullinax (61) turned himself in at the Gulf County Detention Facility. Deputy K. Starnes served Mullinax with an arrest warrant for Failure to Appear with the original charge being Domestic Battery. Mullinax was first appeared and released on a $250 bond.

On March 7, Sgt. J. Murnan responded to a report of a telephone scam. The victim was contacted over the phone and advised that they had won a sweepstakes and needed to pay taxes on the winnings before the funds could be released. The victim provided personal information to the caller to comply with the instructions given. The phony company was able to withdraw $1,500 from the victims account. Investigator L. Dickey continues to investigate the case.



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