HOOK ‘EM AND BOOK ‘EM! ‘Fishing for Fugitives’ Highlights David Lee Mitchell

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David Lee Mitchell, 34, known to be in the Titusville area

ABOVE VIDEO:  “Fishing for Fugitives” highlights wanted fugitive David Lee Mitchell as Brevard County Sheriff Wayne Ivey comes to you from beautiful Kiwanis Park at Geiger Point in Melbourne.

BREVARD COUNTY • MELBOURNE, FLORIDA – “Fishing for Fugitives” highlights wanted fugitive David Lee Mitchell as Brevard County Sheriff Wayne Ivey comes to you from the beautiful Titusville Veterans Memorial Fishing Pier.

In this episode, Sheriff Ivey features his “Catch of the Day” as 34-year-old David Lee Mitchell.

Mitchell is wanted for violation of probation reference to possession of meth, violation of probation reference to possession of a controlled substance and a bench warrant for failure to appear before court on violation of probation arraignment reference to possession of a controlled substance.

Sheriff Ivey says that Mitchell is known to be in the “waters of the Titusville area” and was last “hooked” January 5, 2019.

Mitchell has no bond.

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If you have any information and can help Hook and Book David Lee Mitchell, contact the BCSO Fugitive Unit at 321-633-1227, call CRIMELINE at 800-423-TIPS (8477), email FishingForFugitive@BCSO.com or message on the BCSO Facebook page.

If you have any information and can help Hook and Book David Lee Mitchell, contact the BCSO Fugitive Unit at 321-633-1227, call CRIMELINE at 800-423-TIPS (8477), email FishingForFugitive@BCSO.com or message on the BCSO Facebook page.

“If you’re the ‘Catch of the Day,’ you know what to do, turn yourself in and do the right thing – don’t make our Fugitive Unit come to get you. Because if you don’t turn yourself in, I promise you, they aren’t far from your house,” said Sheriff Ivey.

“Let’s make the Space Coast a safer place to live by assisting the Brevard County Sheriff’s Office in the apprehension of wanted fugitives, or in this case, the chance to “Hook ’em and Book ’em.”

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