WATCH: Brevard Sheriff Wayne Ivey Issues Strong Message to ‘Nuisance’ House in Port St. John

By  //  May 19, 2020

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SHERIFF IVEY: house activities have included drug use, disruptive behavior, stolen vehicles

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.

SHERIFF WAYNE IVEY: “The people in this house are using drugs, selling drugs and stealing other people’s stuff to finance their crime. This needs to stop.”

BREVARD COUNTY, FLORIDA – Brevard County Sheriff Wayne Ivey had 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.”

The Sheriff discussed some of the dangerous activities taking part in this house, such as drug use.

“The people in this house are using drugs, selling drugs and stealing other people’s stuff to finance their crime. This needs to stop.”

Sheriff Ivey concluded 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.

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