Brevard County Sheriff Wayne Ivey Tells Bedtime Story to Help Catch Suspect Katteal Jonshaun Campbell

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Judge issued warrant, ordered that suspect be arrested, taken to the stockade to stand trial

Once upon a time in a very safe community called Brevard County, a criminal tried to get away from justice and avoid being locked behind bars where he couldn’t victimize anyone else. (BCSO image)

SHERIFF IVEY: Deputies searched and searched everywhere for him, even searching in the last place he had been seen, a fair city known as Melbourne. They looked in stores, in houses, in the woods, and even announced their intent to arrest him by saying, “here ye, here ye, by order of the court surrender thine self!”

BREVARD COUNTY, FLORIDA – Once upon a time in a very safe community called Brevard County, a criminal tried to get away from justice and avoid being locked behind bars where he couldn’t victimize anyone else.

The criminal who had done some really bad things, was known by the townspeople as Katteal Jonshaun Campbell and a Judge had issued a warrant, ordering that he be arrested and taken to the stockade to stand trial.

What kind of bad things you as? Really, really bad things, like not showing up for court on a Domestic Battery by Strangulation charge, Tampering with a Witness/Victim, Stealing a Car, and even more bad stuff, in fact, stuff that was so bad he didn’t even have a bond and would have to sit in the Brevard County Jail until the Judge of the Land dealt with him.

Now having received the Judges Order, the Deputies searched and searched everywhere for him, even searching in the last place he had been seen, a fair city known as Melbourne. They looked in stores, in houses, in the woods, and even announced their intent to arrest him by saying, “here ye, here ye, by order of the court surrender thine self!” But alas, no matter how hard they searched they just couldn’t find him.

Feeling exhausted from searching everywhere they could think of, the Fugitive Unit came up with a great idea…they would call on their partners, the community, to help find him so they could all live safely ever after.

They told the people of the town that if they knew where the villain was hiding, they should call Crimeline at (800) 423-TIPS, they could send tips on their Smartphone App, or they could just send a private message on Facebook to tell the Fugitive Unit where he was hiding.

To Be Continued…

– Sheriff Wayne Ivey

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