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

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Woman viciously attacked by son's dog. Victim is in serious condition. Deputies were forced to shoot dog. MartinFLSheriff photo
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Good samaritans credited with saving driver after truck strikes tree. Cove Rd. Driver transported w/ minor injuries. MartinFLSheriff photo
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Missing 14-year old, Alexander Trexler safely located. MartinFLSheriff photo
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Two Jacksonville Police Officers have also been shot tonight. Pray for our brothers and sisters in blue.

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 Community Policing Deputy Jason Hickman is the talk of the town while on bike patrol in Jensen Beach. But he never realized just how important his work was until he noticed 6-year old Lauren waiting curbside with her bike. When Deputy Hickman approached her, she asked if she could patrol her street with him. The rest is patrol history. Welcome to the team Lauren.
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Martin County Sheriff's Office2 days ago

The end of summer is traditionally marked by the Labor Day holiday, a time for our country to reflect on the hard work of our fellow Americans. The long weekend is typically celebrated through picnics, pool parties, and barbecues, as families and friends enjoy the last few days of summer before fall and winter approach.

Sadly, the Labor Day holiday is also one of the deadliest, with drunk drivers endangering themselves and others on America’s roadways. This year, Martin County Sheriff's Office is partnering with the National Highway Traffic Safety Administration (NHTSA) to stop drunk drivers and help save lives.

The high-visibility national enforcement campaign, Drive Sober or Get Pulled Over, runs from August 16 through September 4, 2017. During this period, local law enforcement will show zero tolerance for drunk driving. Increased state and national messages about the dangers of driving impaired, coupled with enforcement and increased deputies on the road, aim to drastically reduce drunk driving on our roadways.

Remember that it is never okay to drink and drive. Even if you’ve had one alcoholic beverage, designate a sober driver or plan transportation to get home safely.If you see a drunk driver on the road, contact the Martin County Sheriff's Office immediately.
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Martin County Sheriff's Office3 days ago

MCSO Sergeant Ricky Parks would like to share this amazing act of kindness with all of you, while passing along a message of his own.

While Sergeant Parks was eating dinner with his family at a Jensen Beach restaurant, an unidentified young man approached his table. Visibly upset by the recent violence against police officers nationwide, the young man began to thank Sergeant Parks for all that he does to protect his family and our community.

After dinner, Sergeant Parks walked outside to his patrol car and found this note on his windshield. “Thank you for being the sheep dog. We love our LEO’s and are standing with you in prayer. Be Safe and God Speed.” Sergeant Parks said that was a powerful moment, and he would like to pass along the following message to this young man.

“This note brought tears to my eyes. THANK YOU. Thank you from my family, and on behalf of all my law enforcement brothers and sisters throughout this country. It’s words and support like this that keep us going through the toughest of times.” -MCSO Sergeant Richard Parks
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Vigilant citizens can be credited with the capture of two south Florida burglary suspects, following a busy crime spree and intense manhunt through Palm City early this morning.

18-year old Tyron Izard of Miami, and 16-year old Kadarius Fleming of Miramar, spent much of their Friday night stealing cars and burglarizing vehicles in Martin and Port St. Lucie communities overnight. Fortunately, a citizen saw something suspicious and called deputies igniting a large manhunt in communities throughout Palm City. Ground units, along with K-9, and Air 1 worked to box the fleeing suspects in one area. Citizens who saw the suspects run from yard to yard called the sheriff’s office to help direct deputies to the burglars. Just before 8am, the pair was captured, but not before they stole two cars, and burglarized dozens of vehicles in Port St. Lucie and Martin County.

Deputies were able to recover the stolen cars and some of the property. Investigators from Port St. Lucie and Palm Beach County worked with MCSO to sort out exactly how much damage the burglars did, and where. The two vehicles were stolen out of Palm Beach and St. Lucie County. Seven auto burglaries in Martin County were reported. Port St. Lucie authorizes had multiple burglaries as well. Both subjects confessed to the crime spree.

A majority of the vehicles burglarized were left unlocked. We are again urging all residents to remove valuables from your car and keep your car doors locked. Also, if you see something suspicious, call 9-1-1.

Tyron Izard and Kadarius Fleming have been charged with multiple burglaries and auto theft. Additional charges are expected.