Gulf County Sheriff’s Office, Law Enforcement Summary

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

On July 2, Brian L. Cruse (34) was arrested by Cpl. J. Newsome at the Gulf County Courthouse. Cruse was wanted by the Bay County Sheriff’s Office for Failure to Pay Fines on his charge of Driving While License Suspended or Revoked. He was booked into the GCDF where he was later released after posting a $450 bond.

On July 2, Deputy K. Starnes responded to the 200 block of Henry Avenue in Wewahitchka in reference to a theft. The complainant reported the theft of a lawn mower. The report indicated the theft occurred sometime during the past two months. No further information was provided.

On July 3, Deputy K. Starnes responded to the 300 block of Canal Street, in St. Joe Beach, in reference to a stolen tag. The complainant reported that he discovered the tag on his utility trailer was stolen. It appeared the bracket which the tag was mounted to was cut.

On July 3, the GCSO received a call regarding the theft of fishing gear off of two boats in the 100 block of Summer Breeze Drive on Cape San Blas. Deputy K. Starnes responded to the call. The boats were anchored in St. Joe Bay overnight when the owner discovered the following morning that someone stole the following items: a Yeti Cooler, four rod and reels, and dive gear. The items were left unsecured in the boat. The total reported loss was approximately $2,270. If anyone has any information regarding this case, please contact the GCSO at 227-1115, or call CrimeStoppers at 785-TIPS.

On July 3, Deputy K. Starnes responded to a second location regarding a theft in the 100 block of Summer Breeze Drive on Cape San Blas. The complainant also reported the theft of fishing gear from their boat anchored overnight in the bay. The following items were stolen from the boat: five rod and reels, a pole spear, and a tackle box containing multiple lures. The total reported loss was approximately $1,850. The items were left unsecured on the boat. If anyone has any information regarding this case, please contact the GCSO at 227-1115, or call CrimeStoppers at 785-TIPS.

On July 3, Deputy K. Starnes took a report from the third victim of theft from the 5500 block of Cape San Blas Road. The victim reported the theft of fishing gear from their boat, also anchored overnight in the bay. The following items were taken: a Yeti cooler, Costa sunglasses, a Hawaiian Sling and three rod and reel combs. The total reported loss was approximately $1,900. The items in the boat were left unsecured.

On July 3, the GCSO received a call regarding a residential burglary in the 100 block of South Neptune Street in Indian Pass. The complainant reported that someone had entered the residence and pried a wine cooler open to steal a case of wine. The incident was reported to have occurred between Sunday, June 29 and Wednesday, July 2.



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