VIDEO: ‘Cookin Up Justice’ With Brevard Sheriff Wayne Ivey’ Highlights 28-Year Old Cold Case
By Space Coast Daily // July 20, 2018
Sheriff asks for help solving death of Linda Galloway
ABOVE VIDEO: In this week’s episode of “Cookin’ Up Justice” with Brevard County Sheriff Wayne Ivey, the sheriff highlights a 28-year old cold case and does so while visiting El Leoncito in Viera.
BREVARD COUNTY, FLORIDA– In this week’s episode of “Cookin’ Up Justice” with Brevard County Sheriff Wayne Ivey, the sheriff highlights a 28-year old cold case.
Back on July 15, 1995, Brevard County Sheriff’s Office Deputies responded to a report that a female was lying on the side of the road at the intersection of Parrish Road and Range Road in Cocoa.
The female was identified as Linda Galloway, also known as Linda Smith, and was transported to a local hospital where she later died of her injuries.
Galloway was known to frequent the Peachtree Street and Clearlake Road areas of Cocoa.
She was last seen alive in the area of Peachtree Street and Wilson Street in the city of Cocoa during the early morning hours of July 15, 1995.
If you have any information on this case involving the death of Linda Galloway, the Brevard County Sheriff’s Office encourages you to call CRIMELINE at 800-423-TIPS (8477).
You can also message the Brevard County Sherrif’s Office on Facebook or contact them through their new mobile app, available on iTunes and Google Play.
This week Sheriff Ivey visited El Leoncito in Viera and works with Chef Geraldo Pita to create a tasty grilled chicken breast with a chipotle twist.
El Leoncito started in 1977 as a small restaurant in Whittier, California serving Mexican food exclusively. Cuban food was added later in 1995, when the restaurant was relocated to Titusville, Florida.
The combination of Mexican and Cuban food has proven to be a big success.
Sheriff Ivey also visited with Owner Michael Sanchez as he tells Brevard’s top cop how his family has been working non-stop for over 18 years to build three successful locations in Viera, Titusville, and Cocoa.
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