Anthony D. Mathieo may be only five years old, but he saved his mom’s life last week. Anthony dialed his father’s phone and told him that his mom was laying on the floor and not moving. The father contacted the Sheriff’s Office. When deputies arrived they were met at the door by Anthony and his younger siblings, who then led them to the kitchen where his mother lay unresponsive. EMS arrived and began treatment and eventually transported her to Raulerson Hospital. Anthony’s fa
It’s known that happy people think more happy thoughts than unhappy people. If we think happy thoughts we create happy perceptions. We create a beautiful aura of light around ourselves, which leads us to happy events. And so we create an exciting circle, where we become even happier… It’s a beautiful Wednesday morning! Michele Bell, PIO
Sheriff Noel E. Stephen and St. Lucie County Sheriff Ken Mascara (pictured) and other dignitaries from the 19th Circuit, including Indian River and Martin counties, attended the 2018 19th Circuit Victims’ Rights Week luncheon to raise money for victims of crime. Garrard’s Tackle Shop donated all the items for the gift basket that was auctioned off at the event. (Pictured) Victims’ Rights Vice President, Lt. Brad Stark and Victim’s Service Coordinator Joan Johnson holding the
D/S Joey Hall and Victims Service Coordinator Joan Johnson delivered shirts to some Special Olympic Athletes this morning. They're ready for the 2018 Law Enforcement Torch Run and BBQ this Friday, are you? Anyone can participate. We'll meet at OCSO at 0830 on Friday, April 20th. The run will begin at 0900. Come out and join in the fun for a great cause!
Michele Bell, PIO
The route to a happier life is through happy thoughts. Not just because they make you feel better immediately... but because happier thoughts give you a stronger and more stable foundation to your life… Happy Monday! Michele Bell, PIO