Gulf County Sheriff’s Office Law Enforcement Summary

Published: Thursday, June 12, 2014 at 10:33 AM.

On June 4, the GCSO received a 911 call regarding a domestic dispute in the 2400 block of Victoria Avenue in Highland View. Deputy J. Brock responded to the call. After investigating the call Deputy Brock arrested Samuel A. Wilkerson (39). Wilkerson was charged with Domestic Assault and transported to the GCDF. He was later first appeared and given a conditional release.

On Thursday, June 5, Deputy J. Oquendo responded to the 100 block of Cutoff Drive in Wewahitchka. The GCSO received a complaint regarding a theft of twelve to fifteen rough cut planks of cypress. Deputy Oquendo continues to investigate the case.

On June 5, Deputy S. Ferrell took a report of the theft of ten crawfish baskets stolen from Lockey Lake. The baskets were described as homemade and were taken between May 31st and June 5th.

On June 5, the GCSO received a complaint regarding a theft in the 2600 block of SR 71 South in Wewahitchka. Deputy S. Ferrell responded to the call. The complainant reported the theft of a seat cover described as green with black stripes.

On Saturday, June 7, Deputy P. Williams took a report of the theft of two porcelain angel statues from a grave at Buckhorn Cemetery. One was described as 18 inches tall and the other twelve. The items were taken within the week prior to the report.

On June 7, the GCSO received a complaint regarding the theft of items from three separate rental units on Cape San Blas. Deputy M. Layfield responded to the call. The property manager discovered items missing. The location of the units were in the 4200 block of Cape San Blas Road, the 100 block of Clifton Place, and the 200 block of Haven Road. The manager reported the theft of five televisions (three described as 32 inch), two Blu-ray players and an Xbox 360. There were no signs of forced entry into any of the locations. If you have any information regarding this case please contact the GCSO, or call CrimeStoppers at (850)785-TIPS.

On June 7, Deputy S. Willis responded to the 400 block of SR 71 North in Wewahitchka. The GCSO received a call regarding the theft of copper wire from the location. The complainant reported that a roll of black insulated copper wire, valued at $275, was stolen out of the yard. Page 3 of 3

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