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Bay County is located in the Florida Panhandle on the coast of the Gulf of Mexico. The county seat is Panama City. The area is widely known for while sand beaches, crystal water, and a year-round population of dolphins. Tourism is the basis for the county economy. The total area is 1,033 square miles, of which nearly 27% is covered by water. As of the 2010 census, the population was 168,852. The area has experienced rapid growth since the 1930s. The county was founded in 1913 from portions of Washington, Calhoun, and Walton counties. It was named for St. Andrews Bay, the deep estuary upon which Panama City is situated.

Panama City is the largest municipality between Tallahassee and Pensacola. Tyndall Air Force Base and the U.S. Navy’s Naval Support Activity Panama City, home to research and training projects, are the two largest employers. The naval base is also home to a U.S. Coast Guard Station.

The Jail Division of the Bay County Sheriff’s Office is responsible for operation of the County Jail, which averages about 900 inmates, both male and female. The facility is located at 5700 Star Lane, Panama City, Florida 32404. Video visitation is allowed. The schedule is based on the inmate’s dorm assignment. Use the website to find a Florida inmate in this jail. To schedule a visit or get more information on an inmate, the facility, or jail regulations, call 850-785-5245 or 850-215-5140.

The Bay Correctional Facility is a state prison operated under contract by GEO Group, Inc. It is located at 5400 Bayline Drive, Panama City, Florida 32404. Established in 1995, the facility houses up to 985 adult male inmates in medium, minimum, and work release custody. A number of vocational programs are available to inmates. These include computer support services, landscape management, commercial driving, culinary arts, architectural drafting, air conditioning (HVAC), and veterinary tech.

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Bay County Jail & Annex – Cca Address: 314 1/2 HARMON AVENUE PANAMA CITY FL 32401

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May 25, 2018

The Bay County Sheriff’s Office Special Investigations Division has charged a local woman after a BCSO K9 alerted to the presence of narcotics in her vehicle.

On May 21, 2018,... https://t.co/fOx3kqkWwL
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May 22, 2018

The Bay County Sheriff’s Office and the Panama City Police Department received a Be On the Lookout this morning from the Walton County Sheriff’s Office concerning Kevin Robert... https://t.co/XIlcOA4CPn
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The Bay County Sheriff's Office is on the scene of Briarwood Apartments on Beck Avenue in Panama City with the Panama City Police Department working an active shooter barricaded within one of... https://t.co/5WAla5uifh
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May 22, 2018

The Bay County Sheriff’s Office announced the arrest of two on Panama City Beach after a traffic stop was done because they were driving a scooter improperly.

The BCSO deputy... https://t.co/kTvaMWFbva

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May 25, 2018

The Bay County Sheriff’s Office Special Investigations Division has charged a local woman after a BCSO K9 alerted to the presence of narcotics in her vehicle.

On May 21, 2018, investigators stopped Brook Palcher on a traffic stop. Once stopped, Bay County Sheriff’s Office drug-detection K9 Reagan, under the direction of handler Dep. Jeff Duggins, alerted on the vehicle due to the odor of narcotics. A search of the vehicle was conducted and investigators located approximately 50.8 grams of methamphetamine, 57 xanax pills, 31 amphetamine salt pills, 18 Klonopin pills, 5 suboxone 8mg strips, a small amount of marijuana and drug paraphernalia. Palcher is currently on County Probation for prior charges of possession of drug paraphernalia.

Brook Palcher, age 25, of 933 Jenks Avenue, Panama City, was charged withTrafficking in Methamphetamine More than 28 grams, Possession with Intent to Distribute a Controlled Substance (Amphetamine salts), Possession with Intent to Distribute a Controlled Substance (Xanax), Possession with Intent to Distribute a Controlled Substance (Klonopin), Possession with Intent to Distribute a Controlled Substance ( Suboxone) Possession of Marijuana less than 20 grams, and the Manufacture of Drug Paraphernalia.

She was taken to the Bay County Jail for booking.
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May 22, 2018

The Bay County Sheriff’s Office and the Panama City Police Department received a Be On the Lookout this morning from the Walton County Sheriff’s Office concerning Kevin Robert Holroyd, age 49. Holroyd lived in Bay County, but was wanted in connection to a homicide in Walton County that occurred today.

The BCSO and PCPD began looking for Holroyd on the chance he might return to Bay County. Holroyd’s vehicle was observed at his townhome apartment at Briarwood Apartments on Beck Avenue, so investigators began surveillance on the townhome to determine if Holroyd was inside. While the surveillance was being conducted, a resident at the apartment complex called to report the smell of gas. When fire fighters arrived in the parking lot to respond to the reported gas fumes, investigators got out of their cars to find out why they were there. It was then that Holroyd began to shoot at the approaching investigators and firefighters from the upstairs windows of his townhome apartment.

The Panama City Police Department responded to the scene and came under gunfire, as did responding BCSO deputies. It is estimated about 100 rounds were shot during the altercation. Officers exchanged gunfire with Holroyd, but were in a dangerous tactical situation due to the fact he was firing from an elevated, second story window.

PCPD SWAT, BCSO SWAT, BCSO Air Unit, and Bomb Squad were deployed to the scene. The BCSO armored vehicle arrived at the scene. Two Panama City Police Officers and a BCSO deputy were pinned down behind their vehicles and were rescued by the BCSO armored vehicle. A request was made for the BearCat, an armored vehicle, from Okaloosa County Sheriff’s Office and an armored vehicle from the Walton County Sheriff’s Office. Walton County deputies also responded to assist.

First responders were under heavy gunfire as they worked to keep the residents safe and get them out. Multiple patrol vehicles were peppered with gunfire, shattering windows and computers inside the vehicles. The armored vehicles were also vital to the safety of law enforcement as they were able to draw close to Holroyd’s apartment to evaluate the best strategy to get inside to get him.

The BCSO Bomb Squad was able to breach the front door using an explosive technique, but Holroyd had barricaded the doorway from inside.

Several robots were deployed to evaluate and one was used to break the sliding glass door at the back of the townhome and a multi-agency SWAT team entered the townhome through an upstairs window using the elevated platform on top of the BearCat. It was then that law enforcement realized Holroyd had saturated the inside of the townhome with gasoline. The fumes likely prompted the report of gas fumes earlier by another resident.

Inside the townhome, law enforcement found Kevin Robert Holroyd deceased. They also found flares and believe Holroyd intended to start a fire using a flare to ignite the gasoline. Also found in the home was hundreds of rounds of ammunition, several high powered rifles, and Holroyd was wearing body armor when found.

The FDLE is currently working the scene and will conduct investigations into the officer involved shootings.

All local law enforcement agencies, as well as FWC and FHP, worked together as one unified team to keep the residents of Bay County safe.

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The Bay County Sheriff's Office is on the scene of Briarwood Apartments on Beck Avenue in Panama City with the Panama City Police Department working an active shooter barricaded within one of the apartments.

The suspect is Kevin Robert Holroyd, age 49. He is wanted in connection to a homicide investigation in Walton County.

Holroyd fired upon LE when they arrived. Multiple shots fired. The BCSO SWAT team is on scene, along with the BCSO Bomb Squad, and members of FWC.

The Bomb SQUAD attempted a breach of the front door but Holroyd had barricaded it from inside.

The incident is ongoing.

One injury has been reported. An EMS worker was grazed by a bullet.
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May 22, 2018

The Bay County Sheriff’s Office announced the arrest of two on Panama City Beach after a traffic stop was done because they were driving a scooter improperly.

The BCSO deputy observed all traffic behind the scooter come to a stop as the scooter switched lanes from the left lane going east with using a proper signal. The scooter was stopped in the median at Highway 98 and Deluna Place.

The driver was identified as John Hollingsworth, Jr., by his Alabama ID card. Hollingsworth stated he did not have a valid driver’s license, however, the deputy ran him in FCIC/NCIC which showed he did have a valid DL as well as two warrants for his arrest on drug charges. The passenger on the scooter was identified as Desiray Ann Hayes. Hollingsworth was placed into custody and Hayes was asked to step back away from the scooter by the deputy.

The deputy located a clear, glass smoking pipe on Hollingsworth. She conducted a search of the scooter and found a black container. Hayes stated the container belonged to Hollingsworth. Inside the container was a scale, numerous clear plastic baggies, a small baggie containing white powder which field-tested positive for cocaine, and a bigger, clear baggies filled with a crystalline substance which field-tested positive for methamphetamine.

Hayes, the passenger on the scooter, was placed under arrest. The deputy then noticed baggies with a crystalline substance and a Mentos container discarded in the same area were Hayes had been standing. The Mentos container was filled with two pills, a baggie containing methamphetamine, and one gram of marijuana. The pills were identified as hydrocodone.

Additional methamphetamine was found in a red back pack on the scooter as well as two needles, and a pink glass smoking pipe with visible residue. More than 14 grams of Methamphetamine was found and seized during the traffic stop.

John Floyd Hollingsworth, Jr., age 45, a transient, was arrested and charged with Trafficking in Methamphetamine, Possession of Cocaine with Intent to Distribute, Possession of Marijuana less than 20 grams, Possession of Drug Paraphernalia, and Possession of a Controlled Substance. Desiray Hayes, age 36, of 19213 Alta Vista Dr., Panama City Beach, was arrested and charged with Possession of Cocaine with Intent to Sell, Possession of a Controlled Substance, Possession of Marijuana less than 20 grams, Possession of Drug Paraphernalia, and Tampering with Evidence.

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May 18, 2018

TWO ARRESTED FOR KIDNAPPING AFTER VICTIM LEAPS FROM CAR

May 18, 2018

Two local women are now facing kidnapping charges after allegedly forcing a woman into their vehicle with an aluminum baseball bat and a machete.

On May 16, 2018, at about 10:30 pm, the Bay County Sheriff’s Office was contacted by the Springfield Police Department in reference to a kidnapping that began as an argument in Springfield, but is believed to have occurred out of their jurisdiction.

Deputies responded and spoke with the victim, who stated she had been in a verbal altercation with two sisters from a family in Springfield on Everett Avenue earlier in the evening. The victim stated she left the area to remove herself from the situation and went to a friend’s home in Cedar Grove. According to the victim and witnesses in the home, the two sisters from the family involved in the argument arrived at the residence in Cedar Grove and got out of their vehicle armed with a baseball bat and a machete. The sisters were identified as Aime Crenshaw and Dena West.

Statements from witnesses at the home corroborated the victim’s statement that Crenshaw and West threatened the victim and forced her to return to the family’s home and apologize. After the victim apologized, Crenshaw and West put the victim back into their vehicle and started driving towards a park in St. Andrew to “deal with her”.

The victim was able to jump from their vehicle when traffic forced them to slow down. She ran to a nearby business and went in, begging for help and explaining the situation.

Investigators were able to locate Aime Crenshaw in the early morning hours of May 17, at her residence at 905 Huntingdon Drive, Panama City. She initially denied her involvement until witnesses corroborated the victim’s statements. Crenshaw then admitted to being armed and removing the victim from the residence while acting in a forceful, threatening manner. Dena West was located later that day and arrested. Both were charged with kidnapping and taken to the Bay County Jail.

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