Volusia County Jail

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Lying between the Atlantic Ocean and the St. Johns River on the east coast of Florida, Volusia County is home to Daytona Beach, its famous speedway, and part of Canaveral National Seashore. The population, which has grown rapidly ever since the county was founded in 1854, was 494,593 as of the 2010 census. The county is roughly the size of the state of Rhode Island, covering a total area of 1,432 square miles, with over 23% of that water. Like much of Florida, the tourism industry is the basis of the economy. The county seat is DeLand.

Jail facilities are managed by the Division of Corrections, under the supervision of the county government. The oldest site is the Volusia County Correctional Facility, located at 1354 N. Indian Lake Road, Daytona Beach, Florida 32120. This jail opened in 1977 and is authorized to house 595 inmates, although the jail population routinely exceeds that number. For information about an inmate incarcerated here, call 386-254-1565.

Nearby is the Volusia County Branch Jail, at 1300 Red John Road, Daytona Beach, Florida 32120. This facility, opened in 1987, provides housing for 899 inmates, although it is often overcrowded as well. To inquire about an inmate in this location, call 386-254-1555.

Video visitation for both of the county jail facilities is available at the Visitation Center at 1300A Red John Drive, adjacent to the Branch Jail. Use the website to find the inmate’s 6-digit booking number; then call 386-226-0389 to schedule an appointment. Remember to call at least 24 hours before the desired appointment time. Details about the visitation schedule are available on the website.

The Florida Department of Corrections also has facilities in Volusia County. The Tomoka Correctional Institution is the main facility, Under its supervision are Tomoka Work Camp. Daytona Beach Work Release Center, and Reality House. The Institution is located at 3950 Tiger Bay Road, Daytona Beach, Florida 32124. Established in 1981, it provides beds for 1,263 adult male inmates in close, medium, minimum, and work release custody. Vocational programs in masonry and carpentry are available, as well as heavy vehicle renovation. For more information, call the Institution at 386-323-1070.

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Volusia County Jail Address: 1354 INDIAN LAKE ROAD DAYTONA BEACH FL 32120

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Another felony charge for another student who failed to fully understand our policy of zero tolerance for threats and jokes about threats: https://t.co/4jhWI7d9HM
21 hours ago
RT @Fox35Amy: Thanks to @SheriffChitwood of @VolusiaSheriff for joining us on #GDO to talk about the safety of our kids, #guncontrol, the #… VolusiaSheriff photo
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Suspect in Deltona shooting arrested last night in South Carolina, thanks to cooperation between our detectives & US Marshals Task Force members in Central FL and SC: https://t.co/6WaE8m9wrT https://t.co/Z7F7wBtgoE VolusiaSheriff photo
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UPDATE: Both suspects in this case were apprehended without incident today in Cape Coral. Thank you @CapePD! https://t.co/UcWc4rmWap
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Deltona Middle School student latest charged for making threat at school: https://t.co/smFZfWUcsx

Volusia County Sheriff's Office

The Volusia County Sheriff's Office is dedicated to preserving the peace, protecting residents and their property, enforcing all laws and detecting and preventing crime. With approximately 466 sworn positions, 479 civilian employees, 300 volunteers and an annual operating budget of $83 million, the men and women of the Sheriff's Office strive to maintain the highest professional standards while delivering a full range of community-based law enforcement and crime prevention programs to the citizens of Volusia County. In addition to our jurisdiction throughout unincorporated Volusia, the Sheriff's Office also provides law enforcement services on a contract basis in Deltona, DeBary and Pierson. Law enforcement services are based out of District offices in DeBary, Deltona, DeLand, Holly Hill and New Smyrna Beach, a substation in Pierson and a centrally-located Operations Center that combine to provide a wide range of patrol and criminal investigative services. A full range of crime prevention and public safety programs also have been integrated into the five District offices to make these services more convenient and accessible to the citizens we serve. The Sheriff's Office also operates a variety of highly-trained specialized units, including narcotics, auto theft, crime analysis, intelligence, major case and juvenile investigations, sex crimes, victim advocate, traffic, aviation, bomb disposal, dive team, K-9, marine unit, SWAT Team and homeland security. Following the terrorist events of September 11, 2001, the Sheriff’s Office accepted responsibility for providing law enforcement services at Daytona Beach International Airport.
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Deadline tomorrow!
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The deadline to apply to the VCSO Citizens Academy is Friday! Email TRaible@vcso.us for an application. If you don't get in this class, you may get put on the list for a future session.
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Another felony charge for another student who failed to fully understand our policy of zero tolerance for threats and jokes about threats:

DELTONA HIGH SCHOOL STUDENT CHARGED WITH FELONY AFTER GUN COMMENT AT FRONT GATE

A Deltona High School student who made a comment about having a gun in his backpack on campus this morning is facing a criminal charge after his statement was reported to a school resource deputy.

The 16-year-old male student was charged with making a false report concerning the use of a firearm, a felony, under F.S.S. 790.164.

A deputy responded to the front gate this morning after the gate attendant heard the student say “I have a gun in my backpack” as he walked on campus.

The student told the deputy he only meant the comment as a joke. However, students who continue to make jokes or other threatening statements about guns, explosives, other weapons or other acts of violence will continue to face potential criminal charges as the Volusia County Sheriff’s Office and other law enforcement agencies show zero tolerance for this type of behavior.

Deputies have recently arrested three other students after receiving reports of threats against Volusia schools. On Friday, a 14-year-old student at Heritage Middle School made statements in class about blowing up and shooting up his classroom. He was charged with making a false report of a bomb and disrupting a school function. On Tuesday, a 13-year-old student at Taylor Middle-High School in Pierson was charged with threatening to discharge a destructive device after students heard him say he might bring a gun to school and shoot people.

Also Tuesday, DeLand police charged a student with disrupting a school function after he came to school with a cell phone case that closely resembled a handgun, prompting a lockdown of DeLand High School.

On Wednesday, a 14-year-old student at Deltona Middle School was charged with making a false report of a bomb after his third-period teacher reported the student yelled out a threat about blowing up the school.
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SUSPECT IN DELTONA SHOOTING ARRESTED IN SOUTH CAROLINA

A suspect has been taken into custody in South Carolina on charges of attempted murder and armed carjacking in a shooting that injured a Deltona man earlier this month.

Peter Neville Bamfield, 19 (DOB 12/20/1998) was arrested in Darlington, S.C., on Wednesday evening thanks to cooperation between Volusia County Sheriff’s Office detectives and members of U.S. Marshals Task Force members in Central Florida and in South Carolina.

The shooting occurred the afternoon of Feb. 10 (original news release here) on the 2300 block of Dumas Drive in Deltona, where multiple witnesses reported hearing gunshots and seeing a dark Honda passenger car speed away from the scene. After he was shot, the victim, 28-year-old Tarell Williams of Deltona, ran to seek help from residents in the area, and responding deputies found him lying wounded on a driveway with an area homeowner trying to help him.

Deputies were able to identify the vehicle involved, and it was later found abandoned elsewhere in Deltona. Detectives determined Williams was driving the car when the shooter pointed a handgun at him from the front passenger seat and began shooting as Williams tried to escape.

Although there was no suspect name given, detectives developed Bamfield as a suspect through descriptions and witness interviews.

Bamfield was transported to the Darlington County Jail pending extradition to Volusia County to face his charges.
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UPDATE: Both suspects in this case were apprehended without incident today in Cape Coral. Officers with the Cape Coral Police Department received a tip that the two suspects were at Robey's residence. Police conducted surveillance on the residence and spotted Prewitt exiting the garage, at which point he was taken into custody without incident. Robey exited the house moments later and was also arrested without incident.
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DELTONA MIDDLE SCHOOL STUDENT LATEST CHARGED FOR MAKING THREAT AT SCHOOL

A 14-year-old student at Deltona Middle School is the latest Volusia County student to face a felony charge for making a threatening statement at a school in the wake of the mass shooting at Marjory Stoneman Douglas High School in Parkland.

Volusia County sheriff’s deputies arrested the 14-year-old around 11:41 a.m. today at Deltona Middle. The assistant principal had contacted the school resource deputy after the student’s third-period teacher reported the student yelled out a threat about blowing up the school.

Deputies determined the student did not actually have any intent to blow up the school or cause harm to anyone. He was charged with making a false report of a bomb, a felony.

Deputies have recently arrested two other students after receiving reports of threats against Volusia schools. On Friday, a 14-year-old student at Heritage Middle School made statements in class about blowing up and shooting up his classroom. He was charged with making a false report of a bomb and disrupting a school function. On Tuesday, a 13-year-old student at Taylor Middle-High School in Pierson was charged with threatening to discharge a destructive device after students heard him say he might bring a gun to school and shoot people.

Also Tuesday, DeLand police charged a student with disrupting a school function after he came to school with a cell phone case that closely resembled a handgun, prompting a lockdown of DeLand High School.

The Volusia County Sheriff’s Office and other local law enforcement agencies will continue to take all threats seriously and show zero tolerance for jokes.
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UPDATE: Yesterday, after helping a detective create a composite sketch of a possible suspect, the 13-year-old girl who reported a possible abduction attempt admitted she made up the story of a male attempting to force her inside a white van in Deltona. She will be charged with filing a false police report. The case she reported is included in the original news release below. The other two incidents listed in the original post remain under investigation with no new findings to report at this time.

The Volusia County Sheriff’s Office will continue to thoroughly investigate all reports of suspicious activity, but false reports consume valuable resources that should be devoted to solving real crimes. Any person who makes a false report to the Sheriff’s Office may face the appropriate criminal charges.
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TAYLOR MIDDLE-HIGH SCHOOL STUDENT ARRESTED AFTER MAKING GUN THREAT

In separate incident, VCSO deputies investigate another discovery of ammunition at Pine Ridge High School in Deltona

A 13-year-old student at Taylor Middle-High School in Pierson was arrested today after several students heard him say he was going to bring a gun to school and shoot people.

The DeLeon Springs teenager was arrested at 2:21 p.m. Tuesday on a felony charge of threatening to discharge a destructive device. He told a school resource deputy he has been bullied and that he might bring a gun to school someday.

In another incident Tuesday, Volusia County sheriff’s deputies investigated at Pine Ridge High School in Deltona after learning that a .22-caliber bullet had been found in a boys weightlifting locker room bathroom. The source of the ammunition is unknown at this time. The discovery was the second time ammunition has been found at Pine Ridge High. On Thursday, two bullets were found stuck in between mats in the weight room, but no weapons were found.

Since the school shooting in South Florida last week, three Volusia County students have been arrested in school-related incidents. On Friday, Volusia County sheriff’s deputies arrested a 14-year-old student at Heritage Middle School in Deltona for making statements in class about blowing up and shooting up his classroom. Miguel Hernandez of Osteen was charged with making a false report of a bomb, a felony, and disrupting a school function.

DeLand police also charged a student Tuesday with disrupting a school function after he came to school with a cell phone case that closely resembled a handgun, prompting a lockdown of DeLand High School.

Volusia County Sheriff Mike Chitwood said the Sheriff’s Office will continue to investigate all reports of threats and little tolerance will be shown for jokes or making false threats. Anyone who sees suspicious activity that might indicate potential violence is encouraged to call the Sheriff’s Office at 911 in an emergency or the non-emergency line at (386) 248-1777.
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"We believe that we could expand our reach and protect our children by arming the correct administrators." While the national debate on guns, mental health and school safety continues, Volusia County Sheriff Mike Chitwood joined HLN this afternoon to discuss his support for a program to extensively TRAIN and EQUIP certain school employees to help protect and defend all the students, teachers and staff who are praying the next mass shooting doesn't happen at their school.
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