Madison County Jail

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Madison County, Florida, which borders the state of Georgia to the north, was created in 1827 and named for James Madison, fourth U.S. President. The western border of the county is formed by the Aucilla River, and the eastern border follows the Withlacoochee and Suwannee Rivers. In 2010, the population of the county was 19,224. The total area is 716 square miles, mostly rural. About 58% of the population is white and 40% is African American. The poverty rate is relatively high, with 23.1% of the population falling below the poverty line.

Although the county seat is also named Madison, it has a completely different namesake. Madison C. Livingston donated the very first parcel of land to begin the city in 1838. Livingston Street, in the historic district, is named for him as well. The district includes many structures that were built 150 to 200 years ago. Ray Charles, famous rhythm and blues musician, spent his childhood in the small Madison County community of Greenville.

The county’s economy is agriculturally based. Important crops include peanuts, corn, soybeans, cotton, fruits, beef, vegetables, and timber.

The Madison County Jail is located at 823 SW Pinckney Street, Madison, Florida  32340. Under the supervision of the Sheriff’s Office, the jail’s visitation schedule is based on gender, age, and housing assignment of inmates. The maximum capacity of the facility is 120 male and female adult and juvenile prisoners. To inquire about visitation, jail regulations, or a specific inmate, call the jail at 850-973-4001. Use the website to find a Florida inmate in this jail.

Also in Madison County, the Florida Department of Corrections administers the Madison Correctional Institution and Work Camp. Located at 382 Southwest MCI Way, Madison, Florida 32340, it was established in 1989. The facility houses up to 1,189 adult male inmates in close, medium, minimum, and work release custody. Academic programs include GED, literacy, adult basic education, typing, and English. A culinary program is offered as vocational training. Inmates have an opportunity to work in a shoe or textile factory located within the complex. To get more information, visit the Department of Corrections website, or call the facility at 850-973-5300.

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Madison County Jail Address: 901 W. PINCKNEY MADISON FL 32340

Madison County Sheriff's Office

Madison County Sheriff's Office 2364 West US 90 Madison, Florida 32340 850-973-4151 Madison County Jail 823 SW Pinckney Street Madison, Florida 32340 850-973-4001
Madison County Sheriff's Office
Madison County Sheriff's Office3 days ago
****Attention****

Apparently there is a social media posting suggesting the Madison County Central School is or has been on lockdown due to a threat of an active shooter or the possibility of an active shooter. This is false information. There is no active confirmable threat nor has there been a received credible threat to any Madison County School. It is our belief that this originated from a social media posting by a juvenile in South Carolina and has been shared multiple times across social media. In response the Madison County Sheriff’s Office assigned multiple deputies and investigators to this matter in effort to cease the sharing of this particular posting by any of our Madison County students to prevent undo panic. Again the Madison County Central School is not on lockdown nor has it been on lockdown. We have been informed that since the recent tragedy in Parkland, Florida, the school has opted to keep the front doors locked as an extra security measure meaning parents and visitors have to be let in. Thank you for your attention to this matter.

Major David Harper
Madison County Sheriff's Office
Madison County Sheriff's Office1 month ago
News Release (January 16, 2018)
Major David Harper of the Madison County Sheriff’s Office reports that on Sunday, January 14, 2018, at approximately 4:14 a. m., deputies were dispatched to NE Elizabeth Street in response to a report of a gunshot victim. While responding, the deputies were informed that the victim was now located at the parking lot of Shelby’s Restaurant. Upon arrival, deputies made contact with a male subject who was the victim of a gunshot wound to his leg. Madison County EMS was notified to respond to this location to assess the injury. The victim provided little cooperation but reported that he was driving his vehicle on Valdosta Hwy near Brickyard Pond Road at approximately 2:30 a. m., when another vehicle came up behind him with bright lights. The victim stated that he pulled over and the following vehicle drove up along beside him and the unknown occupants began shooting. Madison County EMS transported the victim to the Madison County Memorial Hospital.

At approximately 8:05 a. m., deputies received a call from the Leon County Sheriff’s Office in reference to a male who had checked himself into the Tallahassee Memorial Hospital also suffering from a gunshot wound to his leg. This victim also provided little cooperation but reported that he was a passenger in the car with the first victim at the time of the shooting and was also shot in the leg. Neither victim provided a description of the suspect vehicle. Deputies were able to locate where the shooting most likely took place and processed the scene. Both victims were treated for non-life threating injuries.

If anyone has any information regarding this shooting you are asked to call the Madison County Sheriff’s Office at (850) 973-4001 ext. 1.
Madison County Sheriff's Office
Madison County Sheriff's Office1 month ago
*******UPDATE******* January 16, 2018
The Madison County Sheriff's Office confirms that Izyziah Joy Harding has been located in Winter Springs, FL on January 12, 2018. Since the time of her running away, Harding has since turned 18 and is now an adult. Harding is no longer considered a missing / endangered youth. Proper notification has been provided and the Madison County Sheriff's Office considers this case closed.

MISSING / ENDANGERED YOUTH
The Madison County Sheriff’s Office reports they are actively investigating a missing/endangered juvenile that secretly left the Madison County Youth Ranch by climbing through a window and has not been seen or heard from since December 2, 2017.
The Juvenile, Izyziah Joy Harding is 17 years of age and is originally from the Sanford Florida area. Harding is further described as B/F, 17 YOA, 5’0”, and 90-100lbs. Harding’s hair style is shaved on the sides and back and additional information received includes that she may have brown and blond extensions added to her top hair that are approximately shoulder length. Harding regularly wears what is described as “big tribal” type earrings.
The Madison County Sheriff’s Office is requesting that any person that may have seen Izyziah “Joy” Harding or has additional information as to her whereabouts to please notify the Madison County Sheriff’s Office at 850-973-4001 or their nearest Law Enforcement Agency.
Madison County Sheriff's Office
Madison County Sheriff's Office1 month ago
News Release (January 16, 2018)
Major David Harper of the Madison County Sheriff’s Office reports that on Thursday, January 11, 2018, at 11:41 p. m., a deputy was dispatched to a hunting camp located on SW Candler Street located in southern Madison County to investigate a reported Burglary. Upon arrival the deputy made contact with the victims who reported that residence along with several other structures on the property had been broken into. The victims further stated that while checking the perimeter of the property they located three large plastic totes concealed in the woods near the road. The totes were covered with camouflage clothing and limbs in attempt to conceal them. The victims inspected the inside of the totes and located property that belonged to them. After removing their property the victims decided to leave the totes in place and install a game camera with hopes to obtain photographs of whomever returned to collect the totes.

On Friday morning, January 12, 2018, at 8:55 A.M., the Madison County Communications Center received a 911 call from the same victims reporting that they caught a white male attempting to recover the totes and was holding him at gun point. Multiple deputies were dispatched to the location. The suspect (identified as Anthony Todd Morgan) heard the approaching sirens and fled on foot. The first arriving deputy observed Morgan running toward the woods and exited his patrol vehicle to give chase. Other responding deputies including a canine established a perimeter. Morgan realized that a canine was on scene and immediately surrendered. Deputies were able to take Morgan into custody without further incident.

Arrested:

Anthony Todd Morgan
10/04/1973
Perry, FL 32348

1. Burglary – Dwelling / Structure / Conveyance While Armed
2. Grand Theft
3. Trespass While Armed
4. Resist Without Violence
Madison County Sheriff's Office
Madison County Sheriff's Office1 month ago
News Release (January 12, 2018)
Major David Harper of the Madison County Sheriff’s Office reports that on Thursday, January 11, 2018, at approximately 9:40 p. m., deputies were dispatched to the 251 eastbound mile marker on Interstate 10 in response to an aggravated battery that took place on a Greyhound Bus. Upon arrival the bus driver told the deputies that a male passenger had physically attacked a female passenger. Another male passenger attempted to stop the male but was physically attacked as well. The driver stopped the bus and the suspect (Randy Dale Alexander) exited the bus and fled into the wood line on foot. Multiple officers responded to search for Alexander including Canine Officers from the Madison County Sheriff’s Office and the Madison Police Department along with Troopers from the Florida Highway Patrol. A perimeter was quickly established and a State Trooper spotted Alexander on the opposite side of the Interstate fence. The Trooper ordered Alexander to stop however he continued to flee into the woods. Canines were deployed to begin tracking Alexander. A short time later deputies spotted Alexander making his way back to the fence and were able to take him into custody without further incident. Alexander was arrested and transported to the Madison County Jail. According to the Florida Department of Corrections Inmate Release Search, Alexander was released from prison earlier this same date. Major Harper would like to thank the Madison Police Department and the Florida Highway Patrol for their assistance with this apprehension.

Arrested:

Randy Dale Alexander
07/07/1977
Stuart, FL 34997

1. Aggravated Battery
2. Simple Battery
3. Resist Without Violence
Madison County Sheriff's Office
Madison County Sheriff's Office1 month ago
Concealed Weapons Class
The Madison County Sheriff’s Office is pleased to once again be offering the Florida Concealed Weapons Class. We will only accept up to 12 people per class and will run the class with a minimum of 10. This course will include Florida Law and basic knowledge as well as hands on training on the Madison County Sheriff’s Office Range. If you wish to sign up for the class please stop by the Madison County Sheriff’s Office at 2364 West US Hwy 90 Madison, FL 32340 between the hours of 8:00am-5:00pm Mon-Fri to pay and sign up for the class. The cost of the class will be $60.00 per attendee and will be due before you are allowed to participate in the class. The class will be from 8:00am-12:00pm at the Madison County Range located at 1243 NE Palmetto St. Pinetta, FL. There will be a continuous list and classes will be scheduled as the roster fills. You will be notified as soon as a date is scheduled. If you need to withdraw from a particular class or cannot attend you will need to make a request to get a refund at least 72 hours before your scheduled class day or you will not be refunded. If you have any questions, feel free to call the Madison County Sheriff’s Office at 850-973-4151.
It is recommended for this course that you have your own weapon and ammunition so that you will gain the knowledge and training on your personal specific weapon.
Madison County Sheriff's Office
Madison County Sheriff's Office1 month ago
News Release (January 10, 2018)
Major David Harper of the Madison County Sheriff’s Office reports that on Tuesday, January 9, 2018, at 5:39 p.m., deputies were dispatched to the S & J Deli located in Greenville in response to a report of a male who had been shot. Upon arrival deputies located a male victim who was suffering from a single gunshot wound. Deputies rendered aid and secured the scene for Madison County EMS to begin treating the victim. Deputies were able to learn that the shooting took place at a residence located on N. W. Haffye Drive in Greenville and that the victim drove himself to the S & J Deli to seek help. The victim informed deputies that his step-son, Deshaun Mutch, was the person who shot him and was able to provide a description of the vehicle that Mutch fled the scene in. A short time later a vehicle that matched the description was located in Madison and stopped by deputies who were assisted by the City of Madison Police Department. Deshaun Mutch was identified as a passenger in the vehicle and was placed under arrest without further incident. This case remains under investigation. If anyone has any information regarding this incident they are asked to contact Lieutenant Investigator Doug Haskell with the Madison County Sheriff’s Office Criminal Investigations Division at 850-973-4152.

Arrested: Deshaun Antonio Mutch
02/21/1988
Greenville, FL 32331

1. Aggravated Battery with a Deadly Weapon