The new Escambia County Sheriff’s Office was established in May of 2010. The Sheriff’s Office provides law enforcement services to the citizens of north Escambia County, including law enforcement, jail operations, investigations, court services and court security. The Sheriff’s Office is the agency in charge of law enforcement for the County of Escambia, as well as other areas within the County of Escambia.
I think there’s a bit of an over-emphasis on the two things that make this county office stand apart. One is that it’s the only sheriff’s office in the county and the other is that it’s the only law enforcement agency providing full legal services to the citizens of north Escambia County.
The other reason this sheriffs office is so special is because of its unique role as the only law enforcement agency providing full legal services to the citizens of north Escambia County. That is to say that, under the new Escambia Law, if you are arrested, you can’t just ask for a lawyer. You have to go to court. If you are lucky, a judge will go up and hear your case.
The Escambia County Sheriff’s Office is pretty unique in that the sheriff office (who is also a deputy sheriff) is the only one providing full legal services to citizens of north Escambia County. What makes the sheriff’s office different is the fact that they have a court system that allows them to hear all cases filed against them, not just those with a judge. They are also able to have the sheriff arrested if they break the law.
The south Escambia County Sheriff’s Office has a small jail in which deputies can take people convicted of minor misdemeanors, but the jail is only open to the public for about half a day. Although this is not a major issue, it is a potential distraction for officers who are trying to deal with high crime rates.
The Escambia County Sheriff’s Office is known for its tough enforcement of law. A recent news article in the (South Carolina) Morning News showed that the sheriff’s office has been cracking down on crime. The jail was recently renovated and is now open to the public. The new jail is a great place to catch up on paperwork, so if you have a case, make sure to visit the sheriff’s office.
The news from the sheriff’s office is encouraging, but we’re not sure what the real story behind the new jail is here. We hope that it’s a sign of how much the sheriffs office is making a concerted effort to crack down on gang activity. Of course, if you know the sheriffs office better than we do, they might be busy dealing with the death of a young man named Bobby Henson.
Bobby Henson was a black man who was murdered last month in his Escambia County home by two rival gang members. Bobby had been shot in the back of the head, was found lying on the floor of the garage, and his body was discovered in the bedroom.
The sheriff’s office has been on the offensive since Bobby’s murder. They say they are taking a “more aggressive” approach to dealing with gang activity. In other words, they want to eliminate gangs. If they see a gang member with a gun, they’ll kill him, usually with the “honor” of killing a rival gang member.
The sheriffs office was kind enough to send us a couple of photos of what they found. Apparently, Bobby had a few friends in high school, so he had some enemies. One of his enemies, Brian, was killed for being a real dick, but there was also a guy named Tim, who is one of Bobby’s pals who was a rival of Brian.