Kay Shireman, daughter of Detective Mark Shireman made a visit to the office this morning and brought her sign she painted and some homemade cookies. YUM!
Pictured with Kay: K-9 Deputy Sheriff Kristin Gray, Detective Sport Pickering, Kay, Detective Bryan Lowe and Detective Cpl. Rosemary Farless
Sunday, July 17, 2016
MEDIA AND PUBLIC STATEMENT
"As President of the Florida Sheriffs Association, I am deeply saddened by
the apparent attack on law enforcement officers occurring across our nation.
I, and the entire membership of our association, offer our thoughts and
prayers to the families of the slain and injured.
I am calling on our leaders across the nation to denounce the assault on law
enforcement officers who bravely patrol and protect our homeland. I am also
calling on our clergy to stand united in prayer against hatred of any kind.
I remind all of us that we are the United States of America!"
Orange County Sheriff Jerry L. Demings, President
Florida Sheriffs Association
Andrew and Sandra Galletto along with their daughter Sophia recently presented flags to Sheriff Paul C. May and Undersheriff Noel Stephen.
Mr. Galletto is an employee of DynCorp International and presented the flags that were flown in support of the war in Afghanistan.
The flag was flown by the SOAG "Pirates" over Afghanistan aboard a UH-1H aircraft while performing combat support missions for operation Enduring Freedom, directly contributing to the Global War on Terrorism. This flag was flown from Camp Dwyer to Kandahar Air Base.
(Pictured are: Sheriff Paul C. May, Sandra Galletto, Andrew Galletto and their daughter Sophia Galletto, and Undersheriff Noel Stephen)
Our thoughts and prayers go out to the police community in Baton Rouge, La.
These senseless killings of police officers will destroy our country. Thank the good Lord none of these incidents have happened in our area but we must remain alert. We thank the citizens of Okeechobee County for the support they have always shown to law enforcement and ask for that continued support in these trying times. We will continue to do our job and enforce our laws as we are sworn to do.
Sheriff Paul C. May
Sexual Predator Notification
The Okeechobee County Sheriff’s Office is disclosing this information to the public in order to enhance public safety, awareness, and protection. This information is not intended to increase fear: rather it is this agency’s belief that an informed public is a safer public.
This bulletin should be used only for information purposes. Citizen abuse of the information to threaten, intimidate, or harass offenders will not be tolerated, in any manner.
The individuals who appear in this bulletin have served the sentence imposed on them by the courts. They are NOT wanted by the police at this time.
Sex offenders have always lived in the communities. The only change is the public is now better informed.
B/M; DOB: 7/7/89; 5’6”; 158 lbs.
BLACK HAIR; BROWN EYES
3611 SE 33 TERRACE, LOT 2
OKEECHOBEE, FL 34974
Howard was convicted of Sexual Battery by Adult, Victim Under 12 YOA in Okeechobee County, Florida. The victim was a minor. If you have any questions regarding this bulletin, contact Michele at the Okeechobee County Sheriff’s Office at 763-3117, extension 5100.