American Legion post donates to CCSO training effort

Homosassa American Legion Arnold Vern Post 166 Commander Clay Scott, far right, accompanied by other American Legion members, stopped by the Citrus County Sheriff’s Office’s Operations Center to give Sheriff Jeff Dawsy a $1,000 check for the CCSO’s training division.

Homosassa American Legion Arnold Vern Post 166 Commander Clay Scott, far right, accompanied by other American Legion members, stopped by the Citrus County Sheriff’s Office’s Operations Center to give Sheriff Jeff Dawsy a $1,000 check for the CCSO’s training division.

In prepared remarks, Commander Scott said it’s not easy today being a police officer or sheriff’s deputy or even a member of the military.

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9-11 Exhibit, Tribute

Event date: September 11, 2016
Event Time: 12:00 PM - 07:00 PM
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207 Courthouse Square
Inverness, FL 34450

World Trade Center Memorial Exhibit and Tribute will take place at the new Valerie Theatre beginning at noon.

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Thursday, August 11, 2016 - 12:00

Juveniles caught pushing stolen car at CR mall

A Citrus County deputy today caught four juveniles pushing a car through the Crystal River Mall parking lot.

The car turned out to be reported as stolen from Ocala, the Sheriff's Office said today.

Sheriff's Office: Know your money

The Citrus County Sheriff's Office recently arrested two suspects for counterfeit money charges.

 

The Sheriff's Office said that, although this is not a big problem in our area, detectives want local businesses to know how to spot a counterfeit bill.

Homosassa drug house busted

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Suspicious activity at a Homosassa residence eventually led to a search warrant on Thursday that uncovered a cache of drugs and resulted in nine arrests.

Earlier this month, members of the Tactical Impact Unit (TIU) received a narcotics complaint at 5740 South Ocelot Point in Homosassa, the Citrus County Sheriff's Office said today.

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Dickerson sentenced to life

Jeffry Dickerson

Jeffry Dickerson, 61, of Inverness, was sentenced in Judge Howard’s courtroom to life without parole in the Department of Corrections for burglary of a dwelling with a firearm, 15 years prison consecutive for aggravated stalking with a firearm, five years prison consecutive for false imprisonment and five years prison consecutive for aggravated assault with a firearm.

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