WATCH: Brevard Sheriff Wayne Ivey Pays Tribute to Owner of ‘Chef Larry’s Cafe’ Following his Recent Death

By  //  June 17, 2020

Chef Larry’s Cafe located at 1111 S.Washington Ave. in Titusville

ABOVE VIDEO: The Brevard County Sheriff’s Office released a new edition of “Cookin’ Up Justice,” the show that highlights a Space Coast restaurant while serving up some justice by highlighting a suspect wanted in the community, or in this case, featuring a cold case from 1979.

BREVARD COUNTY, FLORIDA – Brevard County Sheriff Wayne Ivey dedicated tonight’s edition of ‘Cookin’ Up Justice’ to owner of ‘Chef Larry’s Cafe’ in Titusville after learning of his recent death.

“Yesterday morning I was notified that a great friend of mine and a true friend to our Public Safety heroes, “Chef Larry” of Titusville’s “Chef Larry’s” Restaurant had unexpectedly passed away while going out to shop with his wife,”said Sheriff Ivey.

“Larry was an amazing and very talented Chef who truly enjoyed making others smile through his restaurant’s delicious creations and inviting atmosphere. “Chef Larry” was a proud supporter of our profession and always displayed his Law Enforcement Patch Collection on his Chef’s coat to show his support for all we do.

Tonight’s episode of “Cooking Up Justice” was recorded and aired sometime back and is being re-aired tonight in memory of “Chef Larry!! The case information shown in tonight’s episode is current as it was updated specifically for tonight’s airing!

Rest In Peace Chef Larry!”

In the episode, Brevard County Sheriff Wayne Ivey features Chef Larry’s Cafe, located at 1111 S.Washington Avenue in Titusville.

This edition of  “Cookin’ Up Justice” also highlights a cold case from 1979, in which workers became suspicious of a motor home parked all day at an I-95 rest stop near Grant, Florida.

Authorities were summoned to investigate and discovered the bodies of Franklin Shumaker and Patricia Doyle inside the motor home.

If you have information on this cold case from 1979, the Brevard County Sheriff’s Office is asking you contact Crimeline at 1-800-423-TIPS (8477).