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Always remember: Deputy Sheriff Amedicus Q. Howell, III, Collier County Sheriff's Office, Florida


THINK… Why do people without a watch look at their wrist when you ask them what time it is? Why do you ask someone without a watch what time it is? Happy Wednesday! Michele Bell, PIO


Something to think about… How come you press harder on a remote-control when you know the battery is dead? Have a great day Michele Bell, PIO


You are stronger than any hardship, smarter than any setback, more determined than any difficulty, more creative than any problem – and more powerful than anything standing in your way. Obstacles are no match for you. Nothing can stop you now. You are destined to succeed! Have a great day. Michele Bell, PIO

Blessed Wednesday

You’re 100% wonderful just the way you are! You don’t have to be perfect to be beautiful. You don’t have to be perfect to be liked and loved. You don’t have to be perfect to be respected and admired, either. And you don’t have to be perfect to make a difference. You just have to be you! Happy Hump Day. Michele Bell, PIO

You are...

You are... You are so much more important than you think you are. You’re not just anybody. You’re the answer to someone’s prayers, or someone’s dream come true. Someone’s real-life angel, and someone’s hero too. Someone’s inspiration and motivation. You’re somebody. Somebody special! Have a wonderful day. Michele Bell, PIO


Always remember: Deputy William James "Bill" Marie, Lake County Sheriff's Office, Florida


Always remember: Corrections Officer Mark Lindsey Parker, Orange County Sheriff's Office, Florida

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Always remember: Deputy Sheriff Soren Andersen Sorensen, St. Lucie County Sheriff's Office, Florida


You can plant a new dream in any season... Happy Spring! Have a great day. Michele Bell, PIO

Motorized Vehicles BEWARE of Wildfire Danger!

Motorized Vehicles BEWARE of Wildfire Danger! As the grasses and vines with shallow roots green-up with the recent rainfall, the Florida Forest Service, Okeechobee District wants to remind residents to be vigilant with wildfire prevention. According to the Keetch-Byram Drought Index, inadequate rainfall has depleted the moisture content in deeper rooted fuels, such as shrubs and trees. Larger diameter trees will take a longer time to regain moisture compared to shallow rooted grasses. In addition, most of Florida’s native plants have oils and resins that contribute to the susceptibility for burning. Moderate drought has created a fuel condition that supports fires of longer duration and more


Sheriff Noel Stephen presented Mr. Harlow Measel with a 15 year service award for his work with the COP unit.

Attorney General Pam Bondi

STATEMENT Date: March 16, 2017 Contact: Kylie Mason Phone: 850.245.0150 Twitter: @AGPamBondi Attorney General Bondi’s Statement on State Attorney Ayala’s Neglect of Duty TALLAHASSEE, Fla.—Attorney General Pam Bondi today released the following statement about State Attorney for the Ninth Judicial Circuit Aramis Ayala’s announcement that she “will not be seeking death penalty in cases handled in my office:” "State Attorney Aramis Ayala’s decision today sends a dangerous message to residents and visitors of the greater Orlando area—furthermore, it is a blatant neglect of duty and a shameful failure to follow

Governor Scott

For Immediate Release March 16, 2017 Contact: (850) 717-9282 Gov. Scott: State Attorney Aramis Ayala Must Recuse Herself TALLAHASSEE, Fla. - Today Governor Rick Scott released the following statement on State Attorney Aramis Ayala’s decision not to seek the death penalty for Markeith Loyd, who is charged with killing Lt. Debra Clayton of the Orlando Police Department. Governor Scott said, “I want to be very clear, Lt. Debra Clayton was executed while she was laying on the ground fighting for her life. She was killed by an evil murderer who did not think twice about senselessly ending her life. I completely disagree with State Attorney Ayala’s decision and comments an

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Always remember: Detective Michael K. Erickson, Orange County Sheriff's Office, Florida

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Corporal Ronald Lee Fewell, Lee County Sheriff's Office, Florida

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