GAMEOVER Task Force Makes 1,000th Arrest

By  //  September 27, 2013

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Task Force takes down Derrick Brown

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ABOVE MAP: An arrest warrant was issued for  Derrick Marcel Brown in regard to a September 13, 2013, Armed Home Invasion Robbery and Aggravated Battery with a Firearm. The incident occurred at 2720 East Main Street, Mims.

BREVARD COUNTY • MIMS, FLORIDA — The GAMEOVER Task Force made their 1000th arrest last night when they located and arrested 26-year-old Derrick Marcel Brown.

The GAMEOVER Task Force made their 1000th arrest last night when they located and  arrested 26-year-old Derrick Marcel Brown. Brown was located and arrested by Task  Force agents in Mims.

The GAMEOVER Task Force made their 1000th arrest last night when they located and arrested 26-year-old Derrick Marcel Brown. Brown was located and arrested by Task Force agents in Mims.

Brown was located and arrested by Task Force agents in Mims.

An arrest warrant was issued for Brown in regard to a September 13, 2013, Armed Home Invasion Robbery and Aggravated Battery with a Firearm. The incident occurred at 2720 East Main Street, Mims. Brown is currently being held with a No Bond status at the Brevard County Jail Complex.

During the Home Invasion, a resident inside the home was shot and retreated while returning fire striking Brown in the chest. Brown fled the scene and was medically treated in Volusia County. Brown, who is a registered Sex Offender, has an extensive violent criminal history that includes Attempted Murder, Aggravated Assault and Lewd and Lascivious Battery on a Child.

Sheriff Wayne Ivey

Sheriff Wayne Ivey

“The GAMEOVER Task Force is one of the most innovative and cost efficient responses to address violent crime,” said Sheriff Wayne Ivey.

The GAMEOVER Task Force was created and implemented in March of 2008 and is comprised of personnel from the Brevard County Sheriff’s Office, Titusville Police Department, Cocoa Police Department, Melbourne Police Department, Palm Bay Police Department, Department of Corrections Probation & Parole and the Brevard County State Attorney’s Office.

“The GAMEOVER Task Force is one of the most innovative and cost efficient responses to address violent crime,” said Sheriff Wayne Ivey.

“The partnership concept has been recognized for its effectiveness and has been used as a model throughout the country.As a co-creator of this program, I couldn’t be more proud of the outstanding results that have made Brevard County a safer place to live, work and raise our families. The Chiefs of Police and the State Attorney are to be commended for their vision and support of this effort.”


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