CCSO District Offices, Reopen June 1

The Charlotte County Sheriff's Office announced the temporary closure of some District Offices. Beginning March 23, the District 1 Office located on Willmington Blvd. Englewood, the District 2 Office at 992 Tamiami Trail, Port Charlotte in the Murdock section and the District 4 Office, located at 7474 Utilities Dr., Punta Gorda, closed to all foot... Continue Reading →

Victim escapes, Two charged with False imprisonment

Charlotte County, FL- A 9-1-1 call was placed late Thursday evening when the caller believed there was a domestic disturbance in progress. The caller overheard threats and believed that a firearm was being utilized. Deputies were dispatched and arrived at the location of the incident located within the 15000 block of Community Avenue in Port... Continue Reading →

Safety on the water, Summer approaching

Memorial Day is approaching which is coined the unofficial kick off of summer. If tradition continues, our waters will be crowded as boaters enjoy the scenery and local sandbars. While most celebrate responsibly, it's important to keep safety in mind. While drinking on the water is legal, it is dangerous for the operator of a... Continue Reading →

Illegal bake sale lands two Fort Lauderdale men in jail

Charlotte County, FL- Approximately 1:45pm Thursday afternoon, a rental vehicle identified as a 2020 GMC Yukon was traveling above the speed limit heading northbound near mile marker 159 when a CCSO deputy activated the emergency lights and proceeded with a traffic stop. Shavon C. Morgan(05/03/1995) David Joseph(11/30/1989) The vehicle pulled to the left side of... Continue Reading →

Domestic incident, Harbor Boulevard

Charlotte County, FL- UPDATE 5/20/20 What started out as a family argument over loud music, turned into one brother fleeing to safety. While Lij Amanti Genus-Christian was listening to music, another family member began yelling at him for the music being too loud. A firearm was then brandished leading to Lij Amanti Genus-Christian utilizing a... Continue Reading →

Mental Health Awareness Month

According to the World Health Organization, mental health is defined as “a state of well-being in which the individual realizes his or her own abilities, can cope with the normal stresses of life, can work productively and fruitfully, and is able to make a contribution to his or her community”. Using this definition, one can... Continue Reading →

COVID-19 Agency Update

Charlotte County, FL- The Charlotte County Sheriff's Office, to include the Charlotte County Detention Bureau has been proactive and cautious in its handling of the COVID-19 health threat. We are committed to following all protocols recommended by the CDC and are in constant communication with the Department of Health following through with their step-by-step guidance.... Continue Reading →

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