Marion County Jail

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Marion County is located south of Gainesville in north central Florida. Created in 1844, the county is named after General Francis Marion, a hero of the Revolutionary War from South Carolina, as many of the area’s early settlers came from that state. As of 2010, the population was 331,298. The total area of the county is 1,663 square miles, and most of the area is made up of rolling hills. The county is famous for producing champion race horses. More than 44,000 jobs exist through breeding, training, and support of the equine industry.

The principal city and county seat is Ocala. The city is named for a Native American village, Ocale, visited by–and possibly wiped out by–Hernando de Soto’s Spanish expedition in 1539. In 1827, Fort King was built nearby to protect settlers from the Seminole tribes. In 1844, the fort was used for the first county courthouse. Ocala was established in 1849.

The Marion County Jail can house as many as 1,800 male and female adult and juvenile inmates. Under the direction of the Custody and Security Division of the Corrections Bureau of the Sheriff’s Office, the facility is located at 700 NW 30th Avenue, Ocala, Florida 34475. Video visitation may be scheduled by calling 352-438-5961 up to one week in advance. Detailed information is available on the website; for answers to questions about a specific inmate, call 352-351-8077. Use the website to find a Florida inmate in this jail.

The oldest state detention facility for women, opened in 1956, is also located in Marion County. Lowell Correctional Institution, which has been expanded and renovated several times over the years, houses up to 1,456 adult, youthful, and juvenile female inmates. It is located at 11120 NW Gainesville Road, Ocala, Florida 34482. Vocational programs available at the facility include cosmetology, culinary arts, architectural drafting, equine care, and computer support. The Institute also supervises the Lowell Work Camp and Annex. The Annex houses females in maximum security and those on death row. To inquire about visitation scheduling, call the facility at 352-690-8900.

The state houses male adult inmates in the Marion Correctional Institution, not far from the Lowell facility, at 3269 NW 105th Street, Ocala, Florida 34475. Mail should be addressed to P.O. Box 158, Lowell, Florida 32663. It originally was built to support the women’s facility, but has housed males since 1976. For more information, call 352-401-6400.

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Marion County Jail Address: 700 N.W. 30TH AVENUE OCALA FL 34475

2 days ago
CAN YOU IDENTIFY?
CAUGHT ON CAMERA! This person broke into a home in the 14000 block of Southeast 90th Ave in Summerfield. Luckily it doesn’t appear that he stole anything. However, we need to get this guy of... https://t.co/uRQEL4OKRs
2 days ago
CAN YOU IDENTIFY?
Well this guy right here…he went into the Beall’s Department Store on SW 114th Street, stole a pair of shoes by putting them down his shorts and left the store. Yes, you read that right, he took... https://t.co/aPJNS5tLZB
3 days ago
HELP US FIND THIS DANGEROUS SUSPECT!!
Facebook friends, we've already made one arrest in this case, and now we need to arrest another!! WE NEED YOUR HELP!! Detectives are looking for Brandon Lee Brown (DOB:... https://t.co/OmFLPPwvi3
6 days ago
You may remember that on February 15, 2018, Marion County Emergency Management responded to SE 79th McLawren Terrace in The Villages in reference to several sinkholes that formed, and two residences had to be... https://t.co/MGyiLtBPEr
1 week ago
INGLIS MAN ARRESTED FOR OCALA BANK ROBBERY
On Wednesday, May 16, 2018, Marion County Sheriff’s Office Major Crimes detectives arrested Jason Earl Hill (DOB:09/15/1965) for the robbery of the Harbor Community Bank... https://t.co/ebaccHAVZ0

Marion County Sheriff's Office

In Marion County, Florida the Marion County Sheriff’s Office has over 700 dedicated employees serving in law enforcement and corrections to ensure a better quality of life for our citizens. Working to keep you safe 24/7 are the men and women on patrol, the K-9 unit, our SWAT Team, the Bomb Unit, our Field Force Unit and our Forensics and Evidence Divisions. The Marion County’s Emergency Management program provides a comprehensive and aggressive emergency preparedness response, recovery and mitigation program in order to save lives, protect property and reduce the effects of disasters in Marion County. MCSO’S Corrections Division focuses on the custody and security of inmates in the Marion County Jail. From medical issues to the daily needs and care of inmates, our goal is to provide them with all the necessities they need while keeping the inmates, our staff and the general public as safe and secure as possible. In 2015, the Marion County jail received unprecedented accolades from the American Correctional Association and the Florida Corrections Accreditation Commission Accreditors and received re-accreditation from both entities. MCSO also offers extensive training to our employees to help them become masters in their fields. Every sworn employee must run our obstacle course once each quarter to make sure they are fit and ready to perform their job to the best of their ability. The opportunities for success are endless here at the Marion County Sheriff’s Office and we hope you will support our mission to Serve with Honor and Protect with Pride here in Beautiful Marion County. Welcome to the Marion County Sheriff’s Office!
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Marion County Sheriff's Office18 hours ago
REMEMBER- DON'T DRINK AND DRIVE!
With it being Memorial Day weekend, we wanted to remind you about a service called Tow to Go. In 1998 AAA and Bud Light came together and created this service to discourage intoxicated drivers from getting behind the wheel. This service is free and available to both AAA members and non-members and is available through 6 a.m. on Tuesday, May 29th .
Important Guidelines:
• Tow trucks can take up to two people home; if ...there are more people in your party—you will need to make other arrangements to get home safely.
• You can’t make an appointment to use the Tow to Go service, it is designed to be used as a last resort so have a designated driver before you have your first drink.
• It may be necessary, in certain situations, for AAA to contact a cab company or local law enforcement to assist with getting the intoxicated individual a safe ride.
For more information check their webpage at http://bit.ly/1bsCqhE
Marion County Sheriff's Office
Marion County Sheriff's Office22 hours ago
MISSING ENDANGERED JUVENILE
On May 26, 2018, at approximately 11:15 a.m., John Copley left his residence located at 20290 SW Marine Blvd in Dunnellon on foot. He was last seen in the Rainbow Lakes Estates neighborhood, near SW Plantation Street and SW Trout Street, wearing dark gray sweatpants and no shirt. John has made statements that have his family and law enforcement concerned for his well-being. If you see him or have any information regarding his whereabouts, please call 911 immediately.

MCSO Case#:18013948
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Marion County Sheriff's Office2 days ago
CAN YOU IDENTIFY?
CAUGHT ON CAMERA! This person broke into a home in the 14000 block of Southeast 90th Ave in Summerfield. Luckily it doesn’t appear that he stole anything. However, we need to get this guy off the street before he does steal from someone. Citizens, if you have any information on his identity, please call 352-732-9111
OR...
You can call in anonymous tips to the Crime Stoppers of Marion County at 352-368-STOP or 352-368-7867. Tips can also be submitted at www.ocalacrimestoppers.com. For Crime Stoppers, please reference 18-39 in your tip. Also, IF YOU USE Crime Stoppers and your tip leads to an arrest, you may be eligible for a CASH REWARD!!!
(18-13441 B. Bowman)
Marion County Sheriff's Office
Marion County Sheriff's Office2 days ago
BEWARE: IRS PHONE SCAM!
The Marion County Sheriff’s Office has received several calls from citizens saying they are receiving phone calls from individuals claiming to be from the IRS. The caller is informing our citizens that if they do not pay their back taxes now, that the Marion County Sheriff’s Office will be on their way to their home to arrest them. THIS IS A SCAM! DO NOT MAKE THE PAYMENT OVER THE PHONE! WE WILL NOT COME AND ARREST YOU!

If you get a call like this you can report it by going to www.Ic3.gov You can also hang up and call the IRS at 800-829-1040 or File a complaint with the Federal Trade Commission at www.FTC.gov just add IRS TELEPHONE SCAM to the comments in your complaint.
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CAN YOU IDENTIFY?
Well this guy right here…he went into the Beall’s Department Store on SW 114th Street, stole a pair of shoes by putting them down his shorts and left the store. Yes, you read that right, he took the pair of shoes and put them under his shirt and down his shorts. Citizens let’s get this thief off our streets. If you have any information on his identity, please call 352-732-9111
OR...
You can call in anonymous tips to the Crime Stoppers of Marion County at 352-368-STOP or 352-368-7867. Tips can also be submitted at www.ocalacrimestoppers.com. For Crime Stoppers, please reference 18-38 in your tip. Also, IF YOU USE Crime Stoppers and your tip leads to an arrest, you may be eligible for a CASH REWARD!!!
(18-12045 T. Tucker)