Gulf County Sheriff’s Office, Law Enforcement Summary

Published: Thursday, July 10, 2014 at 11:51 AM.

On Monday, June 30, Deputy J. Brock responded to the 1700 block of Parker Avenue in Highland View in reference to a possible burglary. The complainant reported he returned home from being away for approximately a month and discovered someone had been in his house. The main breaker to the residence was turned off and the home had no power. Inside someone had plundered through a dresser. The complainant did not find any property missing from the residence.

On June 30, the GCSO traveled to the Jackson County Correctional Facility in Marianna, FL, to execute an Order to Transport. Trevor P. Phillmon (23) was scheduled to appear in circuit court the on Tuesday, July 1. The GCSO held an active warrant on Phillmon, which was served upon his arrival at the Gulf County Detention Facility. Phillmon was arrested on an arrest order for Failure to Appear on his original charge of Possession of Contraband. The GCSO returned Phillmon to Jackson County on the following day.

On June 30, Richard W. Lancaster (59) turned himself in at the GCSO. Deputy M. Layfield served Lancaster with a warrant for Principal to Trafficking in Oxycodone. The case was the result of an investigation by the GCSO Narcotics Unit. Lancaster was booked into the GCDF where he was later first appeared and released on a $10,000 bond.

On June 30, Deputy P. Williams responded to the 2700 block of County Road (CR) 381 in Dalkeith regarding a theft. The complainant reported the theft of a set of wiper blades from a vehicle parked in front of the Dalkeith Fire Department. A suspicious vehicle was observed at the location the day before.

On June 30, Deputy M. Layfield responded to the 1100 block of Garrison Avenue in Port St. Joe regarding a theft. The complainant reported the theft of a refrigerator valued at approximately $700 from. The property was stolen from rental property. The case is still under investigation.

On Tuesday, July 1, the GCSO received a complaint regarding a violation of an injunction for protection. Deputy M. Layfield responded and made contact with the complainant. The complainant reported the receipt of text messages that violated the order. Deputy M. Layfield continues to investigate.

On Wednesday, July 2, Christy R. Smith (34) turned herself into the GCSO. Deputy J. Oquendo served Smith with a warrant for Violation of Probation. Smith is on probation for Possession of Controlled Substance. She was booked into the GCDF and is currently held without bond.

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