ATTEMPT TO IDENTIFY
The Okeechobee County Sheriff's Office needs your help in identifying the male suspect in the attached pictures.
On December 19, 2014, the suspect fraudulently charged over $8292.00 at different locations.
The suspect is a black male, with facial hair and medium build.
No further information at this time.
If you have any information about this suspect, contact Detective Ted VanDeman at (863)763-3117, ext. 5104.
SAFE PARTY GUIDE
Social responsibility...this phrase encompasses everything from planning the party menu to assessing how guests will get home safely once the part is over. Your role as a responsible party host can keep your friends and loved ones safe.
What Every Host Needs to Know
- Don't rely on coffee to sober up your guests. Only time can make someone sober.
- Beer and wine are just as intoxicating as hard liquor. A 12-ounce can of beer, a 5-ounce glass of wine, a 12-ounce wine cooler and an ounce and a half of liquor contact the same amount of alcohol.
- Don't rely on someone's physical appearance to determine if he or she has had too much to drink.
- Mixers won't help dilute alcohol. Carbonated mixers like club soda or tonic water cause alcohol to be absorbed into a person's system more quickly. Fruit juice and other sweet mixers mask the taste of alcohol and may cause people to drink more.
Our thoughts and prayers are with Tarpon Springs and NYPD.
ATTEMPT TO IDENTIFY
The Okeechobee County Sheriff's Office is attempting to identity the four individuals depicted in this picture and attached video. The subjects are three white males and one black male, approximate age is middle to late teens.
If you know the identity of any of these subjects, please contact Senior Detective M.D. Faulkner at (863)763-3117, ext. 5105, reference Case #14S22943.
We are searching for a 2007 or newer Chevrolet dark blue truck. The truck will have damage on the passenger side. The passenger side headlight is broken and the passenger side mirror is missing.
This truck was involved in a hit and run accident and left the scene. If you have any information, contact Detective Ted Van Deman at (863)763-3117, ext. 5104.