BCSO Wheel of Fugitive Contestant Caught During Routine Traffic Stop

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William Simpson arrested

Simpson was given a ride to the Brevard County Jail where he was held on a “No Bond” warrant for Contempt of Court, Failure to Serve Jail Time Reference Failure to Register Address With DHSMV. (BCSO Image)

BREVARD COUNTY, FLORIDA – On Saturday, June 1, Brevard County Sheriff’s West Precinct Deputy Joseph Everett conducted a traffic stop on a 4-door Cadillac.

Before Deputy Everett could even get to the door of the vehicle, the driver, William Simpson yelled out the window that he had a warrant for his arrest and had been featured on “Wheel of Fugitive®️!!”

Deputy Everett subsequently confirmed the warrant and kindly gave Simpson a ride to the Brevard County Jail where he was held on a “No Bond” warrant for Contempt of Court, Failure to Serve Jail Time Reference Failure to Register Address With DHSMV.

When are fugitives going to learn that if you break the law in Brevard County you are gonna end up at the Brevard County Jail?

– Sheriff Wayne Ivey

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