UPDATE: Brevard Sheriff Wayne Ivey Walks Suspect From ‘Nuisance’ House to Brevard County Jail as Promised
By Space Coast Daily // May 20, 2020
Promises Made, Promises Kept
ABOVE VIDEO: In a newly released video on Tuesday over social media, Sheriff Ivey is seen walking the suspect to the Brevard County Jail.
SHERIFF WAYNE IVEY: “If you are going to break the law in Brevard County, you better find some other place to do it.”
BREVARD COUNTY, FLORIDA – After the Brevard County Sheriff’s Office released a viral video on Monday that featured Sheriff Wayne Ivey bringing public attention to a ‘nuisance’ house in Port St. John, one of the people inside the house was arrested on Tuesday for breaking into an area house no less than 24 hours after the public warning was made by the Sheriff.
In a newly released video on Tuesday over social media, Sheriff Ivey is seen walking the suspect to the Brevard County Jail.
On Monday, Brevard County Sheriff Wayne Ivey delivered a strong message on social media for the residents of Pt. St. John house after deputies have been called to the house for service nearly 100 times over 12 months, according to the Sheriff’s Office.
The unprecedented action by the Sheriff’s Office was taken after the house calls have consisted of numerous fights at the residence, calls for stolen vehicles, drug needles thrown into neighbors’ yards, multiple arrests and a plethora of disturbances over the past year.
“I’m standing in front of a house on 4295 Delespine Road in Port St. John that has become a complete nuisance to its neighborhood and to this agency,” said Sheriff Ivey.
“This house, and the overwhelmingly majority living in it, are a constant disruption and pain in the butt to their neighbors, the children in this area and the taxpayers’ dollars.”
Sheriff Ivey also mentioned on Monday that the house was now on the BCSO ‘HIT (High-Intensity Target) List.’
“If you are thinking about visiting this house, you may want to rethink your visit. There is a relative high frequency you will become a target of our agency,” said Sheriff Ivey.
Public support for the video message was recognizable as the video has received over 14 million views and 272,000 reactions on Facebook in less than 18 hours.
The identity of the suspect has not yet been released by Brevard County Sheriff”s Office.
ABOVE VIDEO: Brevard County Sheriff Wayne had a strong message on social media for the residents of Port St. John house after deputies have been called to the house for service nearly 100 times over 12 months, according to the Sheriff’s Office. “I’m standing in front of a house on 4295 Delespine Road in Port St. John that has become a complete nuisance to its neighborhood and to this agency,” said Sheriff Ivey.
“This is a pet project that is targeting those that commit crimes at this address. I can assure you that Commander James Woolsey and his team would like nothing better than to put bad people in jail that are at this residence causing problems for their neighbors,” said Brevard Sheriff Wayne Ivey in Monday’s viral video.
“Starting right now, the house you see behind me at 4295 Delespine Road in Port St. John, Florida, is on his hit list as well as we are sick and tired of you causing your neighbors to live in constant fear for themselves and their children.
Now grow up and start being a productive member of society. If you can’t, you’ll be working on my chain gang very soon and we’ll have no remorse and locking you and your little dope dealing friends right up. Keep it up and see where it gets you. Because the neighbors are tired of you. I’m tired of you. I know Commander Woolsey is tired of you. And you can rest assured, that our deputies are tired of you.
Keep it up and you’re headed to jail. Just keep doing it.”
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