On Wednesday, May 22, 2019 the Charlotte County Sheriff's Office Narcotics Unit conducted a search warrant at 6502 Dulzura Street located in Englewood, Florida. Upon entry, deputies encountered three individuals who occupied the home. MUSIC, DEBORAH KATHLENE (DOB 5/25/73), CARLOCK, DOUGLAS LANE (DOB 7/17/91), and ALDERMAN, CAIDIN MCCOY (DOB 1/29/99). Upon search of Music's body,... Continue Reading →
The Charlotte County Sheriff's Office is currently investigating a home invasion type robbery of a resident in the 3100 Block of Conway Blvd., Port Charlotte, FL. An initial report indicates that 2 male suspects knocked on a door of a home in that area and posed as utility workers. They stated to the occupant that they... Continue Reading →
CCSO will be participating in the Florida DHSMV Click it or Ticket CampaignMay 20 – June 2 The safety belt is your vehicle’s best safety feature, but it only works if you use it! Wearing your seat belt in Florida became a primary offense with The Dori Slosberg and Katie Marchetti Safety Belt Law (effective... Continue Reading →
Lieutenant Ryan Barber recently completed the 141st Administrative Officers Course at the Southern Police Institute (SPI). Lieutenant Barber graduated the prestigious program on the Dean’s List. He currently serves as a Watch Commander within the Charlotte County Sheriff's Office Bureau of Detention. The Southern Police Institute is part of the Department of Criminal Justice of... Continue Reading →
Sage Cambron and her biological mother, Brenda Cambron, were located this morning by the Clinton Police Department in Mississippi. Sage was reported missing by her foster guardian on Monday from their home in Port Charlotte. After a search of her neighborhood, detectives quickly identified Sage's biological parents as persons of interest in her disappearance. Sage's... Continue Reading →
During the last week of April, forty Sheriff's Offices throughout the State of Florida participated in the Florida Sheriff's Association Task Force "Operation School Zone Safety." Our mission as local law enforcement was to provide a high level of patrol in school zones to ensure our children's safe return to school from spring break. There... Continue Reading →
The Charlotte County Sheriff’s Office is proud to announce that Corporal David Musgrove was honored by the Florida Elks as their 2019 Enrique Camarena Award recipient. Each year, the Elks present the Enrique S. Camarena Award to a member of law enforcement who best exemplifies the qualities and principles for which Agent Camarena gave his life.
Two Port Charlotte residents are still in custody today at the Charlotte County Jail after their arrests on Sunday evening. The arrests occurred during a traffic stop investigation and it is the second time the couple has been arrested on felony drug charges in the past month. Cocaine Matthew Nero (DOB 3/9/96) and Alexa Powers... Continue Reading →
Harvesting saw palmetto berries in Florida requires a permit from the Florida Department of Agriculture and Consumer Services. This permit requirement went into effect last July, but there have been some changes since we last blogged about the requirements. We have posted about the changes on our blog and created a video with information (English version is embedded in the blog – a Spanish version is coming soon). There are also helpful links to the application and other information on the Department of Agriculture website.