Gulf County Sheriff’s Office law enforcement summary

Published: Thursday, March 27, 2014 at 09:21 AM.

On March 21, the GCSO received a complaint regarding a theft in the 200 block of State Road 22 in Wewahitchka. The victim reported the theft of a cellular phone and $3.50 which was taken out of their unsecured vehicle.

On March 21, Sgt. M. Herring and Deputy S. Ferrell arrested Sandra D. Kelsoe (25). Kelsoe was arrested on a warrant for the Sale of Cocaine. The case stems from an investigation conducted by the GCSO Narcotics Unit. Kelsoe was transported to the Gulf County Detention Facility where she was first appeared the following day. She was released on a $7,500 bond.

On Saturday, March 22, the GCSO received a 911 call regarding a suspicious person at in the 2100 block of State Road 30-A in Simmons Bayou. Deputy K. Starnes responded to the call and investigated the complaint. Daniel A. Peacock (35) was arrested and charged with Disorderly Intoxication. He was transported to the Gulf County Detention Facility.

From March 17-23the Communications Division at the GCSO logged a total of 28 calls for the Port St. Joe Police Department, 52 calls for EMS, 17 calls for other departments/agencies and 8 calls for Animal Control.

The GCSO logged the following department activity: Traffic Stop, 59; Civil Paper Service, 37; Field Contact, 19; Suspicious Person, 8; Abandoned Vehicle, 7; Warrant Arrest, 7; Information, 6; Alarm, 5; Reckless Driver, 5; Request for Security Check, 5; Unknown Disturbance, 4; Disabled Motor Vehicle, 3; Theft, 3; Welfare Check, 3; Agency Assist, 2; Noise Disturbance, 2; Prisoner Transport, 2; Prowler/Trespass, 2; Stolen Tag, 2; Suspicious Vehicle, 2; Traffic Accident, 2, Simple Battery, 1; Burglary of Auto, 1; Citizens Assistance, 1; Criminal Mischief, 1; Domestic Disturbance, 1; Drunk Pedestrian, 1; Funeral Escort, 1; Vehicle Fire, 1; Fraud, 1; Mentally Ill, 1; Death Investigation, 1; Harassing Phone Calls, 1; Sexual Offender Reregistration, 1; Stolen Vehicle, 1; Suicide Attempt, 1; and Suspicious Activity, 1.

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