Brevard County Sheriff’s Office Catches ‘Fishing for Fugitives’ Suspect

By  //  November 21, 2019

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FTO Lynn Ortiz and Deputy Kyle Montgomery hooked and booked Jason Scott on Tuesday, one of our Catches of the Day from an earlier episode of “Fishing for Fugitives.” (BCSO Image)

BREVARD COUNTY, FLORIDA – FTO Lynn Ortiz and Deputy Kyle Montgomery hooked and booked Jason Scott on Tuesday, one of our Catches of the Day from an earlier episode of “Fishing for Fugitives.”

FTO Ortiz and Deputy Montgomery were conducting proactive warrant searches in their zone and started searching for Scott at an address he was known to frequent.

While Scott was not present at that residence, the deputies were able to obtain information on a separate location where he might be hiding.

FTO Ortiz and Deputy Montgomery ultimately located Scott at another address in Cocoa where after a brief delay he came out of the residence and was taken into custody without incident.

Scott admitted to the deputies that he knew he was on “Fishing for Fugitives“ and of course he was going to turn himself in after he saved up enough money to bond out.

Scott was transported to the Brevard County Jail where he was held on a No Bond status for Failure To Appear reference Violation of Probation Arraignment for Dealing our Trafficking In Stolen Property.

Another great job by our Deputies in getting bad people off our streets and behind bars where they can’t victimize anyone else!

– Sheriff Wayne Ivey

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