Brevard Sheriff’s Deputies Head To Panama City Beach For ‘Hurricane Michael’ Law Enforcement Mission

By  //  October 20, 2018

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Early yesterday morning, a number of Deputy Sheriffs from the Brevard County Sheriff’s Office left for Panama City Beach to assist Bay County residents with law enforcement patrols and recovery efforts. (BCSO Image)

BREVARD COUNTY , FLORIDA – Early yesterday morning, a number of Deputy Sheriffs from the Brevard County Sheriff’s Office left for Panama City Beach to assist Bay County residents with law enforcement patrols and recovery efforts.

As relief efforts continue following the devastating damage sustained by Hurricane Michael, law enforcement resources from across the state of Florida and country are being systematically deployed. Our Deputies will be assisting local law enforcement officials by augmenting patrols and manning traffic control points in the affected area.

Many of the local first responders have been working nonstop since the deadly storm made landfall, while also trying to take care of their own families and homes that were also impacted by this tremendous storm.

Our team is expected to be deployed to the impacted area for a minimal of one week and I am extremely proud of them for standing ready to help others during a time of need.

Please join me in thanking, from left to right Deputy Bobby Johnson, Corporal Travis Fitzgerald, Deputy Keith Grosse, Sgt. Dennis Casey, Deputy Michael Hoffman, Deputy Lance Behringer, Deputy John Hubinger, and Emergency Operations Liaison Mark Warner.

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