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Month: August 2015

NCSO Warns Against Counterfeit Bills

NCSO Warns Against Counterfeit Bills Yulee, Fla. – Nassau County Sheriff Bill Leeper is warning residents, business owners and employees to be on the lookout for counterfeit currency being circulated recently in Nassau County around the I-95 interchange and along the SR-200 corridor.  Since August 5, 2015, the NCSO has received several reports of counterfeit bills in …

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Sheriff’s Office “Safe Kids Academy” A Success

 Sheriff’s Office “Safe Kids Academy” A Success Yulee, Fla. – The Nassau County Sheriff’s Office recently presented the NCSO Safe Kids Academy. The Safe Kids Academy was conducted in a classroom setting and the children, ages 5-8, received hands on practical experience in six major topics of instruction, which were taught by Sheriff’s Office personnel. …

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NCSO Named Top Agency in State

Nassau Sheriff’s Office Recognized By FDOT’s Law Enforcement Liaison Program  Yulee, Fla. – Sheriff Bill Leeper has announced that the Nassau County Sheriff’s Office has been selected by the Florida Department of Transportation’s Law Enforcement Liaison Program as having the top traffic safety program in the state of Florida, for law enforcement agencies having 76 …

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Sheriff’s Office K-9 Retires

Sheriff’s Office K-9 Retires Yulee, Fla. – Sheriff Bill Leeper has announced the retirement of one of Nassau County Sheriff’s Office K-9’s. After nine years of fighting crime and sniffing out drugs in Nassau County, ten-year-old Sheriff’s K-9 “Flash” is officially retired.  Flash’s skills have slowly diminished over the past couple of years and his …

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Drug Arrest Leads To Five Years In Federal Prison For Nassau Man

Drug Arrest Leads To Five Years In Federal Prison For Nassau Man Yulee, Fla. – U.S. District Judge Timothy J. Corrigan sentenced Shavon Tavin Anderson (22, Nassau County) to five years in federal prison for distributing cocaine and possessing a firearm as a convicted felon. He pleaded guilty on April 15, 2015. According to court …

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NCSO Conducts First “Teen Driver Challenge” Class

NCSO Conducts First “Teen Driver Challenge” Class  Yulee, Fla. – The Nassau County Sheriff’s Office conducted its first Teen Driver Challenge class on Friday, July 24th and Saturday July 25th.  Twelve teens attended the free class which consisted of classroom training covering topics like vehicle dynamics, human factors, responsibility, liability, drug & alcohol use, night …

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