UPDATE: Brevard County Sheriff’s Office ‘Wheel of Fugitive’ Suspect Turns Herself In
By Wayne Ivey, Brevard Sheriff // May 17, 2023
Message from Sheriff Wayne Ivey
BREVARD COUNTY, FLORIDA – Early this morning, Trinity Hampton did the right thing by turning herself in to BCSO Deputies so that she can get this chapter of her life behind her.
Hampton had been featured on this week’s episode of “Wheel of Fugitive©️” as the “Fugitive of the Week” because of a bench warrant for Failure To Appear on multiple counts of Battery on a Law Enforcement Officer and Resisting With Violence.
Hampton had actually left Brevard County however one of our K-9 Deputies, Tyler Habart was able to get a telephone number for Hampton and subsequently made contact with her, to encourage her to turn herself in.
Hampton not only agreed to turn herself in, but also agreed to return to Brevard County where she would met with Deputies Habart and Tufano in the Palm Bay area.
Hampton met with Deputies Habart and Tufano around 1:30 a.m. this morning and was taken into custody without incident.
Hampton was transported to the Brevard County Jail where she was detained per the instructions of the warrant on a $40,000 bond.
When people do it wrong we show it, so by all means when they do it right, we should as well.
Please join me in wishing Trinity well in the next chapter of her life, as while there is no doubt that she did something extremely egregious to put herself in this situation, she also took the first step today to get her life back on track by turning herself in.
– Sheriff Wayne Ivey