Sheriff Wayne Ivey Interviewed By ‘Fox and Friends’ Thursday, ‘Wheel of Fugitive’ Sweeps Across The Nation
By Space Coast Daily // March 16, 2017
Second Wheel of Fugitive For This Week Is Lori Ann Devries
ABOVE VIDEO: Sheriff Wayne Ivey demonstrates how Brevard County’s favorite show “Wheel of Fugitive” works for a national audience on Fox News’ FOX AND FRIENDS Thursday morning. (FOX NEWS Video)
BREVARD COUNTY, FLORIDA – Fresh off his interview with CBS This Morning on Wednesday, Brevard County Sheriff Wayne Ivey was in the national spotlight again as he demonstrated how Brevard County’s favorite show of ‘Wheel of Fugitive’ works for Thursday morning’s edition of “Fox and Friends” on Fox News.
In a new twist, Sheriff Ivey named a second fugitive of the week during the demonstration after Ivey announced that Tuesday’s edition of ‘Wheel of Fugitive’ suspect, Johnny L Robinson Jr., had been apprehended Wednesday morning at his grandfather’s house.
Ivey told Fox News that Robinson knew he was up on the wheel last week and stated after being arrested, “..looks like I won the jackpot this week.”
One of the hosts on Fox and Friends, Ainsley Earhardt, asked, “why did he (Ivey) decide to do this show?”
“Two reasons, one, we wanted to get fugitives off our streets and behind bars. Two, we wanted to engage our community. We have tremendous partnership with our community,” said Sheriff Ivey.
“They want to protect this community just as much as we do, so we wanted to engage them and ‘Wheel of Fugitive’ was a great opportunity to do that.”
In a new twist for this week, Sheriff Ivey named another Fugitive of the Week after the big wheel landed on lucky suspect Lori Ann Devries during the demonstration for Fox and Friends.
Devries, 23, is wanted for violation of community supervision with reference to a burglary of dwelling, grand theft and possession of a controlled substance.
Her bond is $50,000.
If you have any information on the whereabouts of Lori Ann Devries, BCSO encourages anyone with information on her location to contact the Fugitive Unit at 321-633-1227 or call CRIMELINE at 800-423-TIPS (8477).
You can also email email@example.com or leave a tip on the BCSO App.