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Hello Crime Stoppers/Solvers Coordinators, Board Members, Law Enforcement Colleagues and Supporters,

SAVE THE DATE FOR 2018

Plans are already in the works for an amazing week of training and networking in 2018.  Mark your calendars now for April 15 – 19, 2018 at the Hyatt Regency in beautiful downtown Atlanta, GA.  If there are any topics that your Crime Stoppers program would like to see discussed, please let us know so that we can assemble a powerful line up of presenters that will leave all attendees with new information to bring back to their programs!  Email your suggestions to trish@secrimestoppers.org and be on the lookout for updates over the next few months!  We look forward to seeing everyone in Atlanta!

The Southeastern Crime Stoppers Association is headed to Maryland!

secs2016 Ladies of the Southeastern Crime Stoppers Association – High Point, NC at our 2016 conference

If you’ve ever thought of joining the Southeastern Crime Stoppers Association, now is the time!  Plans are in the works for a spring 2017 conference in Maryland which will offer training on a wide variety of topics applicable to all programs.  Whether you’re new to Crime Stoppers or have been involved for years, you can be sure to gain a wealth of knowledge being a part of the Southeastern “family.” Contact Board members for more information!

Betty Jean Turner – betty@secrimestoppers.org Trish Routte – trish@secrimestoppers.org Zel Windsor – zel@secrimestoppers.org Ross Forster – ross@secrimestoppers.org We look forward to seeing you in 2017!

 

Facebook Posts from Around the Region

Southeastern Crime Stoppers Association shared Polk County Sheriff's Office's post. ...

UPDATE JUNE 23rd: JOSH IS IN CUSTODYOh, Winton! You are so winsome! We may have to change your name!Guess what K-9 Winton did today? He caught Josh George - you remember him, the one who fled on foot from a traffic stop Wed night? Earlier today, deputies received a tip that Josh was at a house on Steve Lane in Lake Wales. We responded, and sure enough, Josh was there. He refused to come out, despite the K-9 warnings. Then he made the biggest mistake - he took off running from the house (the house that was surrounded by deputies, Lake Wales PD officers, and K9s).And that's when Winton went to work! If you know anything about Winton, he doesn't give up.To quote Sheriff Judd's favorite movie, Forrest Gump, Josh would say that Winton "bit me right in the butt-ocks.""And that's all we have to say about that."After Josh is treated for his bite wounds we'll be taking him to jail for his warrants, which, as a reminder, are for aggravated assault on a law enforcement officer, giving false info to a LEO, and his VOP from a previous arrest.#PCSO #K9Unit #WintonandArd #allinadayswork #catchandrelease #ouch #gonnahurttositforawhileORIGINAL POST: Today's #WarrantOfTheDay is 30 yr old Joshua D. George, seen in here in a recent PCSO mugshot and FL Dept of Corrections mugshot. He's been in the Polk County Jail three times, and to state prison once.He's 6' tall, 220 lbs., with hazel eyes & brown hair. He has the following tattoos: handcuffs on his back (#ironic), tribal stars, tribal fish, "Skyler" and "JG" on his left arm; "Alyssa Brook" on his left hand; "Tiffany" "Skyler" and "Trent" on his neck; "Anarchy" "Predator" skulls, car pistons & sparkplugs on his right arm. His most recent address was in Lake Wales.Last night (Wed 6/21) around 7:20 p.m., he was a passenger in a car that was pulled over during a traffic stop at the intersection of SR 60 and Capps Rd in Lake Wales. He was acting suspicious while the deputy spoke with the driver, then gave the deputy a false name.When the deputy learned his true identity, he saw that Josh had a warrant, and proceeded to place him under arrest. Josh fought with the deputy then took off on foot.Josh's warrant is for violation of probation - original charge, grand theft auto. He was released from state prison for the grand theft auto charge and put on 3 years probation in January 2017 - he has since violated that probation and had a warrant issued for his arrest.He now has a new warrant, for resisting arrest with violence and battery on a law enforcement officer. He has a tendency to steal cars, and he clearly doesn't want to go back to jail.Keep your eyes and ears open for this felon, please, and if you see him, call PCSO at 863-298-6200.ANYONE WITH INFORMATION on his whereabouts WHO WANTS TO REMAIN ANONYMOUS AND BE ELIGIBLE FOR A CASH REWARD IS ASKED TO CALL HEARTLAND CRIME STOPPERS AT 1-800-226-TIPS or LOG ONTO www.P3tips.com to submit your tip via the web. For a secure and password protected mobile app for your smart device, go to the app store and download the free “P3tips” mobile app. No caller ID, no recorded lines, no tracking cookies, no saved IP addresses. ANONYMITY IS GUARANTEED!#PCSO #felon #hebelongsinjail #helpusfindhim

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BE ON THE LOOKOUT! This guy, Robert Woodward, age 46, escaped from the Arkansas Department of Corrections, Delta Regional Unit in Dermott, on Tuesday morning while working on a lot mowing detail. Authorities believe Woodward stole a white 2013 Ford F-250 hauling a green John Deere tractor. The vehicle has an Arkansas license plate with the number 764UZM. Woodward is wanted in as many as five states on charges including escape, assault with a weapon and assault on a law enforcement officer. He is 6'1", 226 pounds. He has a cropped haircut and a graying beard. If you've seen him, call your local Crime Stoppers program or 9-1-1! ...

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Southeastern Crime Stoppers Association shared Jeanne Baker Davis's photo. ...

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