Gulf County Sheriff’s Office Law enforcement summary

Published: Thursday, April 10, 2014 at 09:32 AM.

March 31- April 6

On Monday, March 31, Investigator L. Greenwood arrested Stephen J. Heathcock (19) after conducting an investigation into the transmission of harmful material to a minor. A complaint regarding pornographic images sent to a minor was received by Sgt. S. Strickland at Port St. Joe High School. The case was turned over to the Criminal Investigations Division. The images were sent and received on an interactive smartphone application. Heathcock was arrested and charged with the Transmission of Harmful Material to a Minor. He was transported to the Gulf County Detention Facility (GCDF) where he was later first appeared and released on a conditional release.

On March 31, the Gulf County Sheriff’s Office (GCSO) traveled to the Leon County Jail to pick up Mark D. Tennison (54). Tennison was arrested in Leon County on a Gulf County warrant for Failure to Appear on his original charge of Giving False Name to a Law Enforcement Officer. He was transported to the GCDF where he remains in custody.

On Tuesday, April 1, Deputy J. Brock arrested Gary L. Hudson (44) in the 7300 block of West Highway 98. Hudson was arrested on an active warrant for Harassing Phone Calls. He was transported to the GCDF where he remains in custody.

On April 1, the GCSO transported Londel A. Smith (29) to the GCDF. Smith was arrested in Calhoun County on a Gulf County warrant for Failure to Appear. He remains in custody at the GCDF.

On April 1, Deputy J. Brock took a report regarding the burglary of a vehicle in the 5900 block of Ganley Road in the Five Acre Farm area. The victim reported that approximately $400 in cash, an iPod Touch and medication were stolen out of the vehicle. The vehicle was not locked at the time of the offense.

On April 1, Deputy K. Starnes served a warrant on Robert J. Price, Jr. (35) in the 100 block of North 2nd Street in Wewahitchka. On March 25, Sgt. Dixon conducted an investigation into the theft of electricity in which Price began a suspect in. Sgt. Dixon obtained a warrant for Price in that case which resulted in the arrest. Price was transported to the GCDF where he was later first appeared and released on a $500 bond.



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