VIDEO: ‘Cookin’ Up Justice’ With Brevard County Sheriff Wayne Ivey Highlights Fugitive Irving Joseph Harris

By  //  March 17, 2018

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Sheriff and Junny Visit Tails at the Barkery in Cocoa Village

ABOVE VIDEO: In this week’s episode of “Cookin’ Up Justice With Brevard County Sheriff Wayne Ivey”, the Sheriff highlights a wanted fugitive and he does so from a unique pet store bakery with owner Pam Shaia and Gail Lightle.

BREVARD COUNTY, FLORIDA– In this week’s episode of “Cookin’ Up Justice” With Brevard County Sheriff Wayne Ivey, the Sheriff highlights a wanted fugitive from a unique pet store bakery located in Cocoa Village. 

The fugitive is Irving Joseph Harris, 40, who is wanted for two Violation of Probation warrants. The first is for two counts of Felony Battery and the other is for Tampering with Witness or Victim.

His total bond is $14,000 and Harris’ last known location is the Cocoa area. He is  5-feet-7-inches white male weighing 285-pounds.

If you have any information on the whereabouts of Irving Joseph Harris, the Brevard County Sheriff’s Office encourages you to contact the Fugitive Unit at 321-633-1227 or 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.

If you have any information on the whereabouts of Irving Joseph Harris, the Brevard County Sheriff’s Office encourages you to contact the Fugitive Unit at 321-633-1227 or call CRIMELINE at 800-423-TIPS (8477).

Sheriff Ivey was able to bring along his best friend as the guest taster for this edition of “Cookin of Justice” – his bloodhound Junny.

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The sheriff baked dog cookies with owner Pam Shaia and Gail Lightle while Junny waited patiently as the Sheriff outlined this week’s fugitive.

Junny left no doubt as to how the cookies tasted. All of the treats are baked fresh daily at the Cocoa Village Store. The Tails at the Barkery also carry designer wear and accessories for your pets.

A percentage of their sales goes to local animal rescues.

Brevard County Sheriff Wayne Ivey bakes dog cookies with owner Pam Shaia and Gail Lightle while detailing this week’s wanted felon. 

Sheriff Ivey was able to bring along his best friend for this edition of “Cookin of Justice” – his bloodhound Junny.

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