Citrus County Detention Facility

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Citrus County is located on the Gulf of Mexico on the west side of the Florida Peninsula, directly across from Daytona Beach. Created in 1887 from the northern part of Hernando County, it was named for its citrus groves. After the “Big Freeze” of 1894-95, citrus production declined rapidly. Currently, only one citrus grove exists in the county. The first county seat was Mannfield, but it was moved to Inverness in 1891. The county has a total area of 773 square miles, of which nearly 25% is covered by water.

There are numerous coastal islands that are uninhabited or sparsely inhabited which can only be accessed by boat. As of the 2010 census, the population was 141,236, more than one-third of which were senior citizens. Because of the number of aging residents, health care is the largest occupation in the county.

The Citrus County Detention Facility is located at 2604 W. Woodland Ridge Drive, Lecanto, Florida 34461. It is run by Corrections Corporation of America (CCA), a private corrections management service. CCA has been in charge of the facility since 1995. In addition to serving Citrus County, the facility also houses inmates from the US Marshals Service and the US Virgin Islands. Up to 760 male and female inmates are housed here. Use the website to find a Florida inmate in this jail.

To visit an inmate housed in the facility, you must first be approved. The inmate must mail you a visitation application, which you will be required to complete and mail back to the facility. A background check will be conducted, and the inmate will be informed if a person is approved for visitation. It is the inmate’s responsibility to let you know if you have been approved. A detailed visitation guide is provided on the website. The schedule is based on the inmate’s classification. Visits must be scheduled 24 hours in advance, and visitors must arrive 30 minutes before the appointment time. For more information about an inmate or visitation rules and scheduling, call the facility at 352-527-3332.

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Zona Long Bail Bonds of Citrus County

home 3224 W Postal Ln, Lecanto, FL 34461, USA
phone (352) 527-8117

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3.9 out of 5 stars

Steven Hancock
Steven Hancock

5 out of 5 stars

posted 3 months ago

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j everett
j everett

2 out of 5 stars

posted 5 months ago

She revoked my bond because I had xontact Merriam Ellis, I thought she would be understanding but she wasn't I felt so disrepect4d she made me feel so bad after a hard situation for me she had no mercy n just a mean individual

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Susan Raborn

5 out of 5 stars

posted 8 months ago

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Citrus County Detention Facility – Address: 2604 WEST WOODLAND RIDGE DRIVE LECANTO FL 34461

5 days ago
449pm-Torrential rains continue to fall across parts of the Tampa Bay area. Expect ponding of water on area roads and take it slow on your drive home! #flwx
6 days ago
Soggy start to the day! Make sure you slow down with your headlights and wipers on. Remember- no flashers! #BeAlertCitrus #FLwx SheriffCitrus photo
1 week ago
National Safe Boating week starts today & runs thru May 25. The NWS has partnered with the National Safe Boating Council, a NOAA Weather-Ready Nation Ambassador™ to help promote safe boating practices. For details visit the following web page #safeboating
2 weeks ago
Low pressure over the northeastern Gulf of Mexico will bring abundant moisture over the area from the gulf. This will produce high chances of rain showers and a chance of storms through the day. Temperatures will be warm and muggy with highs in the low to mid 80's. #flwx SheriffCitrus photo

Citrus County Sheriff's Office

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Citrus County Sheriff's Office1 hour ago
What are YOU doing this coming weekend? Well, YOU could be going to the 2018 Youth Safety Fair!


Sheriff Prendergast is hosting the Citrus County Sheriff’s Office very first Youth Safety Fair! The 2018 Youth Safety Fair welcomes all ages of adolescences to partake in a day of fun and safety.

Be sure to bring your bike to have a FREE safety inspection completed before riding off into Safety Town or entering our bike rodeo!

No bike? No problem. The Youth Safety Fair will also provide information about boat safety and much more! Or stop in for a free car seat safety check, courtesy of Deputy Michele Tewell, and the Early Learning Coalition. Certified passenger safety technicians will make sure even the littlest ones are safe!
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Citrus County Sheriff's Office2 hours ago
WHERE IS CAROL MCHUGH? Carol McHugh, a 72-year old mother and grandmother from Inverness suffering from memory issues, completely disappeared without a trace on June 8, 2017. It has been almost one, full year since her family and friends last spoke with her. During an extensive and meticulous manhunt for McHugh, through rough terrain and dense locations, spanning five, full, 24-hour days, no clues were found to indicate McHugh’s location. She is 5’ 1” in height and weighs 133 lbs. If you have any information regarding Ms. McHugh, please call our non-emergency line at 352-726-1121 or report tips anonymously to Crime Stoppers at – 1-888-ANY-TIPS.
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CITRUS COUNTY NOW UNDER A TROPICAL STORM WARNING AND STORM SURGE WATCH: SUBTROPICAL STORM ALBERTO has shifted further east over night, bring it closer to the State. With that, Citrus County is now under a Tropical Storm Warning and a Storm Surge Watch. Wind field extends 130 miles to the east from the center of the storm. Storm surge will still be a concern Monday and Tuesday as Alberto moves north of us it will bring winds up from the south. Storm surge levels will remain for the potential of 4 ft above high tides. Remember, the timing of the storm, winds, and tides will all have to be in phase together for this to happen.

Sandbags will be open today, 8am - 6pm, at:
7490 W. Gulf to Lake Highway, Crystal River
650 NW 3rd Ave, Crystal River
4508 S. Grandmarch Ave, Homosassa

Tides at King Bay:
Today at 3:30pm - 2.4 ft
Monday at 4:36am - 1.65 ft
Monday at 4:11pm - 2.25 ft
Tuesday at 5:15am - 1.68 ft
Tuesday at 4:49 pm- 2.34 ft
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Citrus County Sheriff's Office17 hours ago
A change in the forecast keeps us in a Storm Surge Watch for tomorrow through high tide at Kings Bay, Crystal River. High Tide is forecast 3:18pm for 2.4 ft. Potential surge of 4ft above high tide. Sandbag locations will be open tomorrow, Sunday, 8am-6pm. 4508 S. Grandmarch Ave, Homosassa; 7490 W. Gulf to Lake Hwy., Crystal River; and 650 NW 3rd Ave, Crystal River, FL. #JustPlanCitrus #BeAlertCitrus
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Citrus County Sheriff's Office17 hours ago
Citrus County Emergency Management continues to monitor Subtropical Storm Alberto. Governor Scott has declared a State of Emergency to ensure local officials the flexibility to prepare for any potential impacts that may occur. You may read Executive Order 18-150 by click on the link. Citrus County remains in a Storm Surge Watch.. #JustPlanCitrus #BeAlertCitrus
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Citrus County Sheriff's Office22 hours ago
CITRUS COUNTY'S WANTED! Do you have information on the location of any of these subjects? If so, contact our non-emergency line at 352-726-1121. To remain anonymous call Crime Stoppers at 1-888-ANY-TIPS (269-8477).

For complete descriptions of these individuals, please visit our website at