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

30-yr old Christopher Koeper charged with Human Trafficking in Martin County. First appearance at 1:15pm. Sheriff to speak at 2:30 @ MCSO. MartinFLSheriff photo

Martin County Sheriff's Detectives arrest sex trafficking suspect who solicited victim recruits at local bars and through social media. MartinFLSheriff photo

Rollover crash involving semi tractor trailer, Allapattah Rd, north of Warfield. Allapattah is completely shut down.

Mother and baby donkey attacked by unknown animal. Baby donkey killed. MCSO urges Palm City Farms animal/livestock owners to remain alert. MartinFLSheriff photo

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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Martin County Sheriff's Office Honor Guard members, D/S Drew Porcelli, Sgt. Rick Parks, and D/S Shawn Green, as well as Law Enforcement Officers from across the nation, traveled to Lake City to pay their final respects to Master Sergeant William "Trampas" Bishop of the Florida Highway Patrol.

MSgt. Bishop was killed when he was struck by a car while working another crash on I-75 in Gainesville on June 17th. MSgt. Bishop was a 30-year member of the Florida Highway Patrol.

Matthew 5:6-Blessed are the peacekeepers.

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An Orlando man on an out of town mission to victimize Martin County citizens couldn’t have picked a better place or time to drive erratically along Kanner Highway and Jack James Drive.

That’s because the vehicle he soared by was driven by an MCSO Criminal Investigations Lieutenant and his division Detective.

Lt. Ruben Romero and Detective Mike Oliver knew immediately something was amiss and conducted a traffic stop after the driver of the car sped out of a gas station parking lot and ran a light to cut across two lanes of traffic. When it was over, 29-year old Yudiel Byon Garcia was in custody and detectives seized credit card skimmers, a credit card reader and more than a dozen stolen credit cards. Garcia initially said he couldn’t speak English and was unable to understand. Fortunately, Lt. Romero speaks fluent Spanish and was able to articulate exactly what was taking place.

MCSO Detective Lindsay Haw arrived on the scene with special equipment that confirmed the credit cards Garcia was in possession of, were stolen.

Garcia was charged with Possession and Transfer of Credit Card Making Equipment and due to the number of credit cards he was in possession of, he was also charged with Trafficking in/or possession of counterfeit credit cards. Garcia was taken to the Martin County Jail on a $12,500 bond.

Gas pump skimmers have become problematic for consumers across the state. If you notice a suspicious vehicle that is sitting at a gas station for an unusual amount of time, please call the Sheriff’s Office.
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When 31- year old Christopher Alexander Koeper tried to recruit what he thought was a 16-year old girl into a life of human sex trafficking, he had no idea that the “teenager” was an undercover Martin County Sheriff’s detective.

Following an investigation into allegations that Koeper would seek victims at local hotspots trying to recruit girls into a life of sex and prostitution, Martin County Sheriff’s Detectives began taking a closer look.

Early yesterday afternoon, detectives working in an undercover capacity, met Koeper at an undisclosed location, where he planned to seal a sex trafficking business deal with the undercover detective. Instead he was greeted by a team of investigators and taken into custody. He will be charged under Florida State Statute 787.06; A felony punishable up to life imprisonment.

Martin County Detectives would like to hear from anyone who may have been approached and possibly solicited by Koeper at any restaurant, bar or social media. Detectives believe there are victims who have not yet come forward due to fear of prosecution or criminal charges.

In 2012, Florida passed House Bill 99, also known as the Florida Safe Harbor Act. This legislation allows for minors solicited into the life of sex trafficking be deemed as dependent instead of delinquent.

Martin County Sheriff’s Detectives are members of the Treasure Coast Human Trafficking Coalition. Callers may remain anonymous and contact the Martin County Sheriff’s Office Criminal Investigation Division at (772)220-7060.
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A suspicious vehicle parked near a local business early this morning caught the attention of a midnight shift deputy performing a routine check in his zone. That suspicion led to the seizure of fentanyl, methamphetamine, heroin, crack cocaine, Clonazepam and Xanax, much of which was concealed in fake soda cans.

31-year old William Joseph Lefler of Tequesta was arrested and faces multiple possession charges. You can see the hidden compartments of the soda cans where the drugs were hidden.

Fentanyl has become a danger not only to drug abusers, but to law enforcement officers who conduct traffic stops and come into contact with the substance. Just recently, an Ohio Police Officer accidentally overdosed during a traffic stop when he was exposed to the fentanyl. Law enforcement agencies throughout the country are undergoing special training and relying on special equipment to help protect them from dangerous secondary exposures.

William Lefler was transported to the Martin County Jail. He has no bond at this time.
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Our animal services officers handle hundreds of calls each month, but they always have time to share their knowledge and animal adventure stories.

Supervisor Karen Kneubehl and Heather Belknap spoke to children at the the Humane Society Summer Camp Program. The kids got an overview of the job, from the rewards of heroic animal rescues to the challenges of abuse and neglect calls. It was a great visit. Thank you for the invite.
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Deputies on our 200-Shift had some very special guests today.

Luke, Ezra, Novalee, and Annalise dropped by to say hello. Luke's sixth birthday is fast approaching and he wanted to come visit our officers as part of his celebration.

Happy Birthday Luke. Thank you for allowing us to be part of your special day!
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What a great way to end the week by hosting the Customized Sheriff's Office Experience auction winners from the Mr. STUDfinder Auction benefitting Habitat for Humanity.

Our guests enjoyed meeting deputies from our Road Patrol, Marine, Forensic Science, Evidence, K-9, And Aviation divisions. In addition to meeting these deputies, our guests were able to get an in depth look at just some of our different divisions.

We thank you for spending the day with us and helping support the great work of Habitat for Humanity!
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Sheriffs across the Treasure Coast have been posting evening reminders to lock your car doors at night, in response to a number of auto burglaries that have been occurring in our area. As you can see by this recent surveillance video, some people have been listening. Watch as these teenage burglars test car handles in hopes of finding an open vehicle. At first they fail because the car doors are locked, but then they move on, and find a car that was left unlocked. That car owner lost a wallet and some other valuables to the thieves. Lock it up Treasure Coast!
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The Martin County Sheriff’s Animal Control Unit is issuing a warning to all livestock and domestic pet owners in the Palm City Farms area.

Officers are investigating the attack of two small donkeys (mother and baby), that occurred last night on a piece of property near SW Moore Street. It appears the mother and baby donkey were attacked by another animal, possibly a coyote or a bobcat. The attack was severe. The baby donkey was killed. The adult donkey survived, but sustained deep lacerations to her hind quarters, as well as deep teeth and claw marks to her body. Wildlife experts located large paw prints on the property and on the property near-by.

The Martin County Sheriff’s Office is warning everyone to pay close attention to your animals, and keep them in a secure pen if possible. This attack happened overnight. We have not concluded what type of animal did this.
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We would like to alert everyone to an incident that was reported to our deputies a short time ago.

About 3:15 this afternoon, a 7-year old child was walking near his home at Highlands Reserve in Palm City, when the child said he was approached by a man in a small red SUV. The driver asked the child if he wanted a ride to the mall. The child became frightened and ran to a neighbor’s house. The only description the child could provide is that the SUV was red, and the driver was a white male between the age of 40 and 60.

We are asking all parents to be vigilant and remind children never to get in a vehicle with a stranger. This child did exactly the right thing by running to a neighbor’s home and reporting the incident.