WATCH: Brevard County Sheriff’s Office Releases New Episode of ‘Brevard County Justice’
By Space Coast Daily // May 10, 2020
Have a tip? Call Crimeline 1-800-423-TIPS (8477)
ABOVE VIDEO: The Brevard County Sheriff’s Office released the latest edition of the newest crime show series “Brevard County Justice” to combat area crimes across the Space Coast. (May 7, 2020 edition)
BREVARD COUNTY, FLORIDA – Brevard County Sheriff’s Office has released a new video for the newest crime show series ‘Brevard County Justice’ to combat area crimes across the Space Coast.
Sheriff Wayne Ivey calls the series a new crime-fighting tool to bring justice to individuals and/or businesses that have been victimized by criminals in Brevard County.
On the latest episode of “Brevard County Justice,” Sherriff Wayne Ivey reveals the identity of three Brevard County criminals.
“It’s about putting bad people in jail and finding justice for victims by furthering the already amazing partnership we enjoy with our citizens as we all work together to keep Brevard County safe,” said Sheriff Ivey.
“This new addition to our crime-fighting effort is designed to engage our citizens in helping us solve crimes that have occurred right here in Brevard County.”
If you have any information call Crimeline at 1-800-423-TIPS(8477)
On May 25, 2019, around 8:54 p.m. at Royal Palm Charter Academy located in Palm Bay a white male entered a classroom and stole a laptop and computer.
Then, the man came back and stole even more laptops and computers and other belongings. Sheriff Wayne Ivey is asking for your help to identify this suspect.
Burglary at The Pharmacy, located in Merritt Island
On March 25, 2020, around 10:10 p.m. the suspect came into the building through the ceiling and stole $1,400, 20 silver eagle dollar coins valued at $2,000.
The suspect also took a firearm, and the Brevard County Sheriff’s Office team was able to recover it. Sheriff Wayne Ivey is asking for your help to identify this suspect.
Stolen Property in Cape Canaveral
Camera equipment, spoons, forks, and more belongings were found in a Cape Canaveral citizen’s shed. They do not know who stole the equipment or who the equipment belongs to.
SUSPECTS FEATURED ON THIS WEEK’S EDITION OF BREVARD COUNTY JUSTICE
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