Hendry County Jail

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Hendry County is located in south central Florida, at the southwestern edge of Lake Okeechobee. Created in 1923, it was named in honor of an early settler, Major Francis Asbury “Berry” Hendry, a cattle rancher, politician, and officer in the Confederate Army.  Major Hendry laid out the town of LaBelle, the eventual county seat, naming it after his daughters Laura and Belle. As of 2010, the population was 39,140. Over 72% of the county’s 1,190 square miles is used for agriculture, with the top crops citrus, sugarcane, and vegetables. The Caloosahatchee River forms the northern border of the county. The northern sawgrass marshes of the Everglades begin in Hendry County. The area is popular with fishermen and bird watchers.

Although LaBelle is the county seat, the largest city in Hendry County is Clewiston, on the shore of Lake Okeechobee. U.S. Sugar, the largest producer of sugarcane the the U.S., is based in Clewiston.

The county contains the majority of the nearly 82-square-mile Big Cypress Seminole Indian Reservation. About 500 Native Americans live on the reservation, which is home to the 12th largest cattle operation in the United States. It is the largest of the five Seminole reservations in Florida.

The Hendry County Jail is under the supervision of the Sheriff’s Office. Built in 1986, it has a capacity of 193 male and female inmates, both adult and juvenile, although the average daily number of prisoners is 154. The physical address of the jail is 101 South Bridge Street, LaBelle, Florida 33935; however, the mailing address is P.O. Box 579. Visitation is allowed by way of video link, either remotely or from the visitation center located across the street from the facility. The schedule is posted on the website. To inquire about an inmate or jail regulations, contact the facility at 863-674-4060.

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Hendry County Jail Address: 101 SOUTH BRIDGE STREET LABELLE FL 33935

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Hendry County Sheriff's Office14 hours ago

On behalf of Hendry County Sheriff Steve Whidden and members of the Hendry County Sheriff’s Office, we want to take this time to recognize the men and women of our Armed Forces.

We know that you have diligently worked long hours to secure our freedoms, often at the expense of life and limb.

Your courage and dedication positively impacts every American.

Your loyalty to your country, the sacrifices of separation from family and the comforts of home, do not go unnoticed.

Again, on behalf of Hendry County Sherriff Steve Whidden and the members and staff of the Hendry County Sheriff's Office, we humbly say “Thank you” for your service.”
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Hendry County Sheriff's Office2 days ago

On May 24, at approximately 9:00pm, this man entered Hari's Discount Liquors on Hickpoochee Ave., in Labelle. We'd like to question him about a misdemeanor battery case that happened at Hari’s store last night.
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On Thursday, May 17, 2018, at approximately 10:30pm, Hendry County Sheriff’s Office Narcotics Unit was requested to respond to the home of 35 year old Gualberto Gamboa, who resides at 4291 Ft. Keis Ave., LaBelle.

It had been reported that a State Probation Officer was currently inside the residence conducting a home search of a probationer. Gamboa is on State Probation for Charges of Cocaine Possession once in July of 2013, again in August 2013 and for the third time in late August 2013 Possession of Cocaine with intent to Deliver/Sell/Manufacture (Trafficking Cocaine). The State Probation Officer stated that while searching the home he located a substance which appeared to be and tested positive for Cocaine. A larger amount of cocaine was located in a separate room.

HCSO Narcotics Unit obtained a search warrant and entered the residence. As a result, Narcotics Deputies seized 1.5 pounds of cocaine, 200 grams of marijuana, 8 marijuana vape pens, and numerous packaging materials to include baggies, scales and tools to facilitate the processing of cocaine. Deputies also seized $1,182.00 from the residence as proceeds of the sale of narcotics.
Gamboa was taken into custody and charged with Possession of Cocaine w/ Intent to Sell, Trafficking in Cocaine over 28 grams, Possession of Marijuana w/ Intent to Sell, Possession of Marijuana over 20 grams, Possession of Drug Equipment and Violation of Probation.

Gamboa is currently being held with No Bond.
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In the early morning hours of Tuesday May 15, 2018, Hendry County Sheriff’s Office Narcotics Unit and Special Response Team served a search warrant at 612 Bridle Way LaBelle Fla. Once inside the residence Narcotic’s Investigators located Audencio Ramos, 26 years old, 25 year old Roxanna Mendoza, Jose Ramos, 19 years of age, 18 year old Ramon Santos Jr. and Benjamin Nieves, 18 years of age. Although these subjects occupied three different rooms inside the residence, deputies found illegal narcotics, firearms and U.S. currency in every room.

In addition to the home, deputies searched the three vehicles in the yard where they seized more narcotics as well as the vehicles.

In all Deputies seized:
$3,507.00 US Dollars
281.5 grams of Marijuana,
7.5 grams of Cocaine Street value of $375.00
9-unprescribed Xanax pills street value of $134.00
4-Rifles and 2-Handguns (1 confirmed stolen out of Palm Bay) and
Numerous suspected stolen televisions, laptops and other electronic items and power tools. (Still being processed and investigated)

All individuals were arrested and transported to the Hendry County Jail. All were of them were arrested and charged with, Possession of Harmful New Legend Drug Without Prescription, Possession of Cocaine with Intent to Sell, 1,000 ft of Park, Possession of Marijuana With Intent to Sell Within 1,000 ft of Park, Possession of Control Substance Without a Prescription, Possession of Cocaine, Possession of Marijuana Under 20 rams, Possession of Drug Equipment, Possession of Drug Equipment to Transport Drugs.

Audencio Ramos had additional charges of Grand Theft of Firearm and Operating a Drug House and Ramon Santos, Jr. has been charged additionally with the Widman Act and is being held on no bond.

Audencio Ramos was released on May 16, 2018 on $55,500 bond; Roxanna Mendoza was released on May 16, 2018 on $50,500 bond.

Jose Ramos was released on May 16, 2018 on $126,000 bond.

Ramon Santos, Jr. is currently being held with no bond on the Widman Act.

Benjamin Nieves is currently being held on $126,500 bond
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Hendry County Sheriff's Office1 week ago

As the unofficial start of summer, the Memorial Day holiday weekend is a busy time for Americans. Each year, the highways fill with families in vehicles, on their way to start their summer vacations. To help keep drivers and passengers stay safe, Hendry County Sheriff's Office is reminding motorists to Click It or Ticket. Aimed at enforcing seat belt use to help keep families safe, the national seat belt campaign will take place May 21 through June 3, concurrent with the busy travel season.

“Buckling up is such a simple task that can keep you and your family safe,” said Hendry County Sheriff Steve Whidden. "But it’s more than that; buckling up is the law. Our law enforcement personnel see the consequences of not buckling up. We see the loss of life. Often, it could have been prevented with the simple click of a seat belt. This should be automatic.”

“As the Memorial Day weekend approaches and the summer vacation season ramps up, we want to keep our community members safe, and make sure people are doing the one thing that can save them in a crash: buckling up,” said Sheriff Whidden. "If the enforcement crackdown wakes people up to the dangers of unrestrained driving, we’ll consider it a success.”

If you know a friend or a family member who does not buckle up when they drive, please ask them to consider changing their habits. Help us spread this life-saving message before one more friend or family member is killed as a result of this senseless inaction. Seat belts save lives, and everyone—front seat and back, child and adult—needs to remember to buckle up—every trip, every time.