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Homosassa man charged with possession of child porn


Citrus County Sheriff's Office deputies arrested a Homosassa man on Wednesday and charged him with possession of child pornography.

Arrested was Joseph Samuel Sullivan, 38, of 3430 S. Suncoast Boulevard.

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Criminal 'travelers' attempt to shake down county residents

Citrus County Sheriff’s Office detectives have received their first call from citizens asking about the legitimacy of asphalt pavers making the rounds in the region.

Criminals known as “travelers” roam the nation much of the year, posing as painters, roofers, sealers, tree trimmers and pavers.

Sheriff's 10-43 Show: 'Bad to the Bone'

Join host Heather Yates and special guest Deputy Thomas Beagan on the next Sheriff’s 10-43 show.

Beagan, a member of the Sheriff’s SWAT (Special Weapons and Tactics) team explains the purpose and responsibilities of the unit in keeping the community safe.

The two also discuss the recent “Bad to the Bone” competition held in Ocala, in which the SWAT team took fourth place. A special video highlights the competition will be shown. Tune into the show to find out all of the details at 7:30 p.m. on Wednesday.

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Missing, endangered man located in Inverness

INVERNESS - Deputies located 51-year-old Kevin Worrall today, just after noon, at his father’s home in Inverness.

Worrall was found to be safe, but had been listed as missing and endangered since Sunday, Oct. 11, when he was last seen at the Crystal River Health and Rehabilitation Center.

Worrall told deputies he had left the center unexpectedly in order to move in recently with his father.

Worrall’s name and information have been removed from the national database for missing persons.

Sheriff’s Office returns $273,610 to county coffers

The Citrus County Sheriff's Office today announced it's returning $273, 610 from its operating budget to county coffers.

The CCSO says that the monies were raised through fees,  such as those associated with serving civil process or fulfilling public records requests, or from savings realized by conservative measures taken on essentials like fuel consumption.

Specifically, the more-than-a-quarter-of-a-million dollars was garnered from the agency’s general fund ($142,109.55), as well as from its budget component for Judicial Services ($131,499.71).

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