Martin County Jail

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Martin County is located in southern Florida, north of Fort Lauderdale. It is bordered by the Atlantic Ocean on the east and Lake Okeechobee on the west. Because of this, nearly 28% of the total area of 753 square miles is covered by water. The population was 146,318 as of the 2010 census. The county was created in 1925 by taking parts of St. Lucie County and Palm Beach County. It was named for John W. Martin, who was Florida’s Governor at the time.

Although Palm City is the largest municipality, the county seat is Stuart, which is located in the northeast part of the area. It was named in honor of a local landowner, Homer Hine Stuart, Jr., in 1895. Its nickname is “Sailfish Capital of the World” because of the abundance of sailfish found in the Atlantic Ocean off the coast.

The Martin County Jail is found at 800 SE Monterey Road, Stuart, Florida 34994. It is administered by the Corrections Department of the Sheriff’s Office. The jail holds up to 700 adult and juvenile male and female inmates. Video visitation is allowed for persons whom an inmate has listed on his or her visitation list. The visitation schedule is based on alphabetical order. See the website for more information, or call the jail at 772-220-7200. To ask about a specific inmate to be certain they are in the jail, or find out their charges and bond amount, call the Booking Unit at 772-220-7220. Inmates may participate in a culinary training program or on work crews which support the park services, fire department, road, water, and sewer services in Martin County.

Martin Correctional Institution is a state-run close, medium, minimum, and work release facility located at 1150 SW Allapattah Road, Indiantown, Florida 34956. It was established in 1985 to house up to 1,509 adult male prisoners. Under its supervision are Martin Work Camp, as well as all Florida Department of Corrections facilities in Palm Beach County to the south. For help in locating an inmate or finding out about scheduling a visit, call the Institution at 772-597-3705. Use the website to find a Florida inmate in this prison.

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home 656 SE Monterey Rd, Stuart, FL 34994, USA
phone (772) 286-3533

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Martin County Jail Address: 800 S.E. MONTEREY ROAD STUART FL 34994


PBSO drone captures infrared image of Victor Peel hiding on an island. Deputies on airboats go in for the capture. https://t.co/j7btsug4xP MartinFLSheriff photo
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Martin County Sheriff's Office

The Martin County Sheriff's Office is a full service law enforcement agency serving the citizens of Martin County, Florida. The Martin County Sheriff, William D. Snyder, is an independent, elected constitutional officer and is statutorily charged with the responsibility of providing all primary law enforcement services within Martin County. The agency also provides related law enforcement services to the entire county, including: civil and criminal process, assistance to municipal agencies, crime prevention and education programs, victim assistance services, and providing school crossing guards for the Martin County School District. The Sheriff is also responsible for the administration and every day operation of the Martin County Jail. Regarding this Facebook page - please keep in mind people of all ages are fans on our page. Please do not use profanity. Part of the mission of the Martin County Sheriff's Office is to promote community involvement and share as much information about our day to day operation as possible. By sharing information on this site, we hope to forge stronger relationships with the citizens we serve. The purpose of this site is to share information on specific MCSO topics of interest. This is a promotional and crime prevention site and not a forum to prompt user debate. We reserve the right to edit or remove comments which are inaccurate, promote false information, or misrepresents the agency, hateful, obscene, or comments that aren't related to the topic. Politically motivated comments will also be removed and we reserve the right to block individuals who misuse our Facebook page. Please note that this page is not monitored 24-hours per day and in case of emergency, please call 911.
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CAPTURED!

After a five hour manhunt in gator infested waters, suspect Victor Peel tried hiding on an island, but he couldn't escape infrared technology. Peel was spotted by a PBSO drone as he tried to conceal himself in bushes. Meanwhile, deputies on airboats moved in and made the arrest. Thank you to PBSO for an outstanding job and partnership. #gettingthejobdone
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HAPPENING NOW

Mulit-agency manhunt going on at intersection of Northlake Blvd and Beeline Hwy. Suspect wanted on warrant for masked burglary, led MCSO on a pursuit into PBC. When MCSO tried to pull suspect over, he tried to ram deputies off the road. The suspect then crashed his car into a ditch and jumped into alligator infested water.
Multiple agencies are working together to track the suspect. Airboats are deployed and a drone is in the air to help pinpoint the suspect. We will post Twitter updates as new information becomes available.
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ATTENTION PALM CITY RESIDENTS!

Come out to our next Community Outreach BBQ tonight, Monday, March 27th at Charlie Leighton Park (bottom of the old Palm City Bridge). We will be there from 6:00 p.m. to 8:00 p.m.

This is a great opportunity for the entire community to come together once again, share ideas, and learn more about emerging crime trends and prevention tips for your community. You will have a chance to meet the deputies who patrol your communities. If your community is not part of our growing community watch group, this is also a great time to come see what it's all about.

Sheriff Snyder, along with our Community Operations, and Community Policing team will be there to answer any questions, address any community concerns and will assist you in getting your HOA involved in these effective crime fighting efforts.

We hope to see you there!
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MCSO ANIMAL SERVICES RESCUES BABY OTTER TRAPPED IN STORM DRAIN

It was a happy ending for a baby otter and its mother this morning, after MCSO Animal Services Officer Michele Thonney rescued the distressed animal from a storm drain in Hobe Sound. Bystanders could hear the baby otter crying for its mother as she tried frantically to get to her youngster.

In the end, mother and baby were safely re-united. A happy ending for the otter family this Monday.
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RECYCLING ROUND-UP A GREAT SUCCESS

Thank you to everyone who stopped by the Martin County Fairgrounds to take part in the Recycling Round-Up event today.

Martin County Sheriff’s Detective Len DeBellis and Analyst Michelle Holcomb managed the drug take-back area at the event collecting more than 48-pounds of unused or expired prescription medication. That medication will now be properly and safely disposed of.

Detective DeBellis took a moment to pose with Wyatt Cooper near MCSO Command 2. Wyatt got a chance to see the command post and visit with Detective DeBellis. Thanks for stopping by Wyatt--- and thanks to everyone who made this event such a success.
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Martin County Sheriff's Office
LOCK THE CIROC, ANOTHER LIQUOR THEFT ENDS IN ARREST OF PALM BEACH COUNTY WOMAN

You would think that a women’s diaper bag would contain diapers. That wasn’t the case for 21-year old Tarlexus Lurry of Palm Beach Gardens. Instead, her diaper bag was full of hundreds of dollars worth of stolen Ciroc Vodka and Patron Tequila. Loss prevention officers at Total Wine and Liquor on Federal Highway watched Lurry as she stuffed her diaper bag full of liquor, then walked past all check-out points without paying for them.

Martin County Sheriff’s Deputies responded to the liquor store to take the Palm Beach Gardens woman into custody. Tarlexus Lurry was charged with Grand Theft and taken to the Martin County Jail on a $5,000 bond. Kudos to the loss prevention team at Total Wines for stopping the theft.

This is the fifth liquor theft arrest in one week. Earlier this week, four women from Miami were arrested after stealing hundreds of dollars in Ciroc and Hennessey from other Martin County retailers. These out of county arrests are a key factor in the slight uptick in the Martin County crime rate.
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*****UPDATE 8:12PM,

Law Enforcement officials from Martin and St. Lucie County investigated the possible sightings at the park. They located and spoke to someone who closely resembles Mr. Reigh and determined it was not him. However, we are asking everyone to remain vigilant at all times. We will update everyone when Mr. Reigh is located, and arrested.

ABSCONDED VIOLENT SEXUAL PREDATOR “POSSIBLE” SIGHTING NEAR JENSEN BEACH PARK

The Martin County Sheriff’s Office would like to make you aware of a violent sexual predator who was recently released from the Florida Department of Corrections, and absconded after he was supposed to register for his new Ft. Piece address.

The Martin County Sheriff’s Office has received an anonymous tip that 65-year old Ernest Eugene Reigh was seen near Indian Riverside Park in Jensen Beach yesterday (3/22/17). Although we cannot confirm this sighting, we would like to make everyone aware of this information so they know that Reigh may be in the area.

Reigh served a 15-year prison term for VOP Sale/Possession of an Unregistered Machine Gun. Upon his release, he was instructed to report to the Federal Probation Office and the St. Lucie County Jail to register his new address. He did not do so. No one has heard from him since.

If you see Ernest Eugene Reigh, you are asked to call authorities. It is best not to approach him, as deputies will respond once notified. The Martin County Sheriff’s Office will patrol the area in response to the tip we received.
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THE STOLEN ALCOHOL IS NEVER SWEETER ON THE OTHER SIDE OF THE COUNTY LINE, BUT THE ARREST IS

Four Miami women who traveled north to steal hundreds of dollars in liquor from Martin County businesses, learned that the cost of Ciroc Apple and Peach Vodka and Hennessy Cognac is much higher when you’re hit with a $40,000 bond on the back end of the transaction.

23-year old Kimberly Williams, 21-year old Tameisha Mobley, 22-year old Jameisha Fulton, and 19-year old Vallone St. Louis were arrested after the vehicle they were traveling in was spotted by deputies who believed it matched the description of the car involved in multiple liquor thefts at Palm City retail stores.

Employees at Walgreens and Publix on Martin Downs Boulevard were able to provide descriptions of the suspects, as well as a possible get-a-way vehicle. Deputies on the 100-Shift, along with MCSO Air-2, kept an eye out for the car, spotting it near another retail store on Kanner Highway. After the traffic stop, deputies located the alcohol inside the car. The women, all from the Miami/Broward area, repeatedly offered to pay for the stolen goods in exchange for their release. Deputies explained how crime and arrests work in our area and said the time to pay for the goods, is not after you steal them.

All four women were charged with grand theft. Their bonds are $40,000. Kimberly Williams was also charged with driving without a license. Her bond is $45,000.

Unfortunately for Martin County, this type of crime coming in from out of county is a prime contributor to the slight uptick in our overall crime rate.
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Tonight at scenic Sandsprit Park, the Martin County Sheriff's Office BBQ Grill Team prepared a great dinner for our Stuart area Crime Prevention Community BBQ.

Air-2, Marine Units, K9 team, Community Policing, and our Community Operations team welcomed all of our guests. Thank you for your participation.

Next Monday night, our community BBQ will be at Charlie Leighton Park for our Palm City residents. Of course, everyone is welcome. The event begins at 6pm.
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ATTENTION STUART RESIDENTS!

Come out to our next Community Outreach BBQ tonight, Wednesday, March 22nd at Sandsprit Park. We will be there from 6:00 p.m. to 8:00 p.m.

This is a great opportunity for the entire community to come together once again, share ideas, and learn more about emerging crime trends and prevention tips for your community. You will have a chance to meet the deputies who patrol your communities. If your community is not part of our growing community watch group, this is also a great time to come see what it's all about.

Sheriff Snyder, along with our Community Operations, and Community Policing team will be there to answer any questions, address any community concerns and will assist you in getting your HOA involved in these effective crime fighting efforts.

We hope to see you there!
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Tonight the Martin County Sheriff's Office kicked-off our annual Crime Prevention Community BBQ's. We had a great turnout at Indian Riverside Park in Jensen Beach.

Sheriff Snyder, Community Policing deputies, and our Community Operations team welcomed all of our guests, while the BBQ Grill Team prepared a great dinner for everyone.

Tomorrow, we take the BBQ to Sandsprit Park for our Stuart residents. Of course, everyone is welcome. The event begins at 6pm.
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Martin County Sheriff's Office
MAN SUSPECTED IN DANGEROUS SHOOTING SPREE WHICH CAUSED THOUSANDS IN DAMAGE AT MULTIPLE GOVERNMENT AGENCIES AND PRIVATE BUSINESSES, CAPTURED IN AN INCREDIBLE OVERNIGHT TAKEDOWN BY MCSO’S CRIMINAL INVESTIGATIONS AND SWAT TEAM (refer to the previous post for photos)

It was only a matter of time before the person responsible for shooting deadly projectiles from a high-powered pellet gun and a handgun into government and private buildings was caught. Today is the day.

Following an intense investigation and several nights of surveillance by MCSO’s Criminal Investigations Division, Aviation Unit, and Midnight Shift Uniform Patrol Deputies into the case which spanned several weeks, 32-year old Nathan Fiorella of Stuart was taken down by a team of detectives and MCSO SWAT around 2:30am, just as he set out to begin another dangerous shooting spree.

Fiorella, who resides at 445 SW St. Lucie Street in Stuart, left his home driving the same black Cadillac Escalade that was used in shootings throughout the past few months. The most recent incident took place at the state attorneys office, when employees discovered shattered glass and a large hole in the wall of an office. Other buildings hit over the past few weeks include the elections office, an attorneys office, a high school and several private businesses.

Throughout the investigation, Martin County Sheriff’s Detective Sergeant John Bowdoin and Detective Mike Cashwell developed suspect leads, which led them to Fiorella. Teams conducted surveillance on Fiorella’s home and ultimately caught him on MCSO Air-1 video, shooting from his vehicle at a sign in Martin County. Last night, teams assembled and waited for Fiorella to strike again, and he did. But this time, the end result was different. The SWAT team emerged upon Fiorella’s vehicle and arrested him. The take down was captured on night video from Air-1.

Detectives then served a search warrant on Fiorella’s home, where they found weapons and ammunition consistent with the caliber of high-powered projectiles used in all of the shootings.

Nathan Fiorella was charged with shooting a deadly missile into a structure. He was taken to the Martin County Jail on a $200,000 bond.

Following this post, we will post the Air-1 video of Fiorella, shooting from his car, and video of the early morning takedown that has put an end to Nathan Fiorella’s dangerous and destructive shooting spree. This was great detective work by the MCSO team.
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MAN SUSPECTED IN DANGEROUS SHOOTING SPREE WHICH CAUSED THOUSANDS IN DAMAGE AT MULTIPLE GOVERNMENT AGENCIES AND PRIVATE BUSINESSES, CAPTURED IN AN INCREDIBLE OVERNIGHT TAKEDOWN BY MCSO’S CRIMINAL INVESTIGATIONS AND SWAT TEAM

It was only a matter of time before the person responsible for shooting deadly projectiles from a high powered pellet gun and a handgun into government and private buildings was caught. Today is the day.

Following an intense investigation and several nights of surveillance by MCSO’s Criminal Investigations Division, Aviation Unit, and Midnight Shift Uniform Road Patrol Deputies into the case which spanned several weeks, 32-year old Nathan Fiorella of Stuart was taken down by a team of detectives and the MCSO SWAT Team around 2:30am. Just as he set out to begin another dangerous shooting spree.

Fiorella, who resides at 445 SW St. Lucie Street in Stuart, left his home driving the same black Escalade that was used in shootings throughout the past few months. The most recent incident took place at the state attorneys office, when employees discovered shattered glass and a large hole in the wall of an office. Other buildings hit over the past few weeks include the elections office, an attorneys office, a high school and several private businesses.

Throughout the investigation, Martin County Sheriff’s Sergeant John Bowdoin and Detective Mike Cashwell developed suspect leads, which led them to Fiorella. Teams conducted surveillance on Fiorella’s home and ultimately caught him on MCSO Air video shooting from his vehicle at a sign in Martin County. Last night, teams assembled and waited for Fiorella to strike again, and he did. But this time, the end result was different. The SWAT team emerged upon Fiorella’s vehicle and arrested him. The take down was captured on night video from Air1.

Detectives then served a search warrant on Fiorella’s home, where they found weapons and ammunition consistent with the caliber of high powered projectiles used in all of the shootings.

Nathan Fiorella was charged with shooting a deadly missile into a structure. He was taken to the Martin County Jail on a $200,000 bond.

Following this post, we will post the air video of Fiorella shooting from his car and video of the early morning takedown that has put an end to Nathan Fiorella’s dangerous and destructive shooting spree. This was great detective work by the MCSO team.