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Hernando County, located on Florida’s west coast on the Gulf of Mexico, lies north of Tampa. Formed in 1843, it was named for the Spanish explorer Hernando de Soto. The population as of the 2010 census was 172,778. As of 2005, it was the 35th fastest-growing county in the United States. The total area is 589 square miles, including 116 square miles covered by water.

The economy is strong, with over one hundred aviation, manufacturing, and distribution businesses in the area. Hernando County is home to the largest Wal-Mart Distribution Center in the United States. Tourism is also important.

Brooksville is the county seat. It was named after Preston Brooks, a south Carolina Congressman. It was once the center of major citrus production and was nicknamed “Home of the Tangerine”.

The Hernando County Detention Center is under the supervision of the Sheriff’s Office. Located at 16425 Spring Hill Drive, Brooksville, Florida 34604, it has a capacity of 744 male and female adults and juveniles. The phone number for the Detention Center is 352-544-2334. Use the website to find a Florida inmate in this jail.

Video visitation is available at the Visitation Center in the north parking lot of the facility by appointment only. You may make appointments by phone at 352-797-3411, Monday through Friday between 11 a.m. and 6 p.m., or at the kiosk in the lobby. Visits are only allowed on weekdays; see the website for further details.

Hernando Correctional Institution is a state-run prison in the county. It is located at 16415 Spring Hill Drive, Brooksville, Florida 34604. Originally opened in the early 1950’s as Brooksville Road Prison for close custody adult males, it now houses adult females in close, medium, minimum, and work release custody. The capacity is 467 inmates. Since 2013, it has been a Faith- and Character-Based facility offering expanded chaplaincy, re-entry, and betterment programs, as well as a digital design technology vocational course. For more information or to inquire about an inmate, call the institution at 352-754-6715.

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Hernando County Sheriff's Office

Mission Statement The Hernando County Sheriff's Office is committed to responding to the needs of the citizens of Hernando County. Our mission is to maintain peace and order, safeguard life and property, and protect individual rights through the delivery of professional services. The measure of our service will be judged by the community.
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Sheriff Al Nienhuis and the men and women of the Hernando County Sheriff’s Office wish to express their deepest sympathies to the Savannah Georgia Police Department, Georgia and to the family, friends, and colleagues of Police Officer Anthony Christie. Thank you for your service. Rest easy, brave one.
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Sheriff Al Nienhuis and the men and women of the Hernando County Sheriff’s Office wish to express their deepest sympathies to the ATF and to the family, friends, and colleagues of Special Agent Scott Ragsdale. Thank you for your service. Rest easy, brave one.
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Sheriff Al Nienhuis and the men and women of the Hernando County Sheriff’s Office wish to express their deepest sympathies to the United States department of Justice – Federal Bureau of Investigation – U.S. Government and to the family, friends, and colleagues of Special Agent in Charge David LeValley. Thank you for your service. Rest easy, brave one.
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Please monitor the weather closely today. If you live on (or near) the coast, please monitor the tides VERY CLOSELY. High tide will be about mid-day.
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The latest EOC Alert #5 Subtropical Storm Alberto is attached.

SITUATION

Subtropical Storm Alberto is forecast to strengthen while moving northward over the Gulf of Mexico and will impact West Central and Southwest Florida tonight into Sunday night.

Primary concerns at this time are storm surge flooding along the Citrus and Levy County coasts, heavy rainfall causing localized flooding, and Tropical Storm force winds, mainly close to the coast and over the coastal waters.

A Tropical Storm Watch has been issued for the west coast of the Florida peninsula from Boca Grande to the Anclote River. A Tropical Storm Watch along the coast of the Florida panhandle has been extended eastward to the Aucilla River.

A Storm Surge Watch is also in effect from Crystal River, Florida to the mouth of the Mississippi River.

Hernando County is under an Areal Flood Watch until Monday, May 28 at 8:00 p.m.
POSSIBLE IMPACTS

Rainfall of 2.5 to 3 inches is expected through Monday. Localized higher amounts are possible.

Tides are expected to be 2 to 3 feet higher than normal levels. Minor coastal flooding is possible.

Gusts up to 40 mph are expected along the coast, in addition to high surf and rip current conditions.

Coastal flash flooding is possible, depending on the amount of rainfall received over a 3 hour period.

Localized flooding is possible in low-lying, flood prone areas that see higher rain totals.
Since soils are already saturated, heavy rain (generally 3 to 4 inches in less than 3 hours) will cause flash flooding issues.

Lower amounts, (generally 3 to 6 inches) over a longer time period can still cause flooding of roads and low-lying areas.

Additional watches and warnings may be issued in the near future. Stay tuned to local media for updates.

RECOMMENDED ACTIONS

Coastal residents are strongly encouraged to monitor tide gauges closely over the next several days. Tide data is available at https://tidesandcurrents.noaa.gov/noaatidepredictions.html?id=8727151&legacy=1

Residents that own horses and other large animals are strongly encouraged to consider relocating them to higher ground prior to the arrival of heavy rainfall, to avoid the need for rescue if waters rise.

Residents living in low-lying, flood prone, or coastal areas should pay close attention to weather conditions over the next several days.

If you reside in a low-lying structure near the coast, monitor conditions closely and consider moving inland.

Flash flooding may quickly inundate roadways, possibly isolating low-lying areas. Turn around, don’t drown. Do not drive through flooded areas.

Mariners should heed warnings on small craft advisories.

Check and re-stock emergency supply kits as needed.

Residents are encouraged to exercise caution to prevent illness and injury associated with coming into contact with flood waters. Visit the Florida Department of Health in Hernando County at http://www.hernando.floridahealth.gov for more information.

All residents are urged to actively monitor local news or the National Weather Service at https://weather.gov/tbw

Report damages promptly to the Emergency Operations Center at 352-754-4083.