WATCH: ‘Ride Shotgun’ With Brevard County Sheriff Wayne Ivey and Cpl. Linda McLaughlin

By  //  August 18, 2018

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Cpl. Mclaughlin worked in STAR Program, Marine Corp Veteran

ABOVE VIDEO: On this edition of Riding Shotgun, Brevard Sheriff Wayne Ivey and Corporal Linda Mclaughlin patrol the Cocoa area of Brevard County. 

BREVARD COUNTY, FLORIDA – On this edition of Riding Shotgun, Brevard Sheriff Wayne Ivey and Corporal Linda Mclaughlin patrol the Cocoa area of Brevard County. 

In this episode, Sheriff Ivey and Cpl. Mclaughlin, or ‘Sissy’ as her colleagues call her, respond to three calls.

The first involves a male teenager that ends with Cpl. Mclaughlin giving the youth advice on how not to become involved in the criminal justice system at an early age.

The next call involved a traffic stop where the taillights on a pickup truck did not work. However, once stopped, the lights began to work properly and the driver was subsequently allowed to go on his way without incident.

The last call involved an arrest.

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Sheriff Ivey and Cpl. Mclaughlin were called to backup up deputy J. Winstead, who stopped a vehicle for speeding near Clearlake Road and SR 520 in Cocoa.

Upon further investigation, the driver of the vehicle was operating her car with a suspended drivers license.

The driver was also found to be a habitual offender of this offense and was subsequently arrested and transported to the Brevard County jail.

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