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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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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BEATEN DELAND WOMAN SLIPS NOTE TO VET STAFF, PLEADS FOR RESCUE FROM BOYFRIEND


A 28-year-old DeLand woman was treated for injuries Friday night and her live-in boyfriend is in custody after she was beaten Wednesday and threatened at gunpoint, preventing her from leaving their home for two days.

After spending all day Thursday in bed due to a head injury, finally Friday afternoon the woman convinced her boyfriend to let her bring their dog to DeLand Animal Hospital -- he insisted on accompanying her, armed with a loaded handgun.

At the veterinary hospital, the woman managed to alert authorities by slipping a note to a vet staff member that said: "Call the cops. My boyfriend is threatening me. He has a gun. Please don't let him know."

The staff member called law enforcement after receiving the note. DeLand police responded first, detaining the boyfriend, Jeremy Floyd, 39 (DOB: 10/11/78), and recovering his gun. Then Volusia County sheriff's deputies were called because the domestic violence crimes took place at the couple's home in the 900 block of South Amelia Avenue, in the county.

Deputies arrested Floyd, a convicted felon, after the visibly injured girlfriend, Carolyn Reichle stated Floyd repeatedly battered her on Wednesday night, threatened her at gunpoint, and physically prevented her from leaving their home. During the incident, the two struggled over the handgun and it was discharged inside the house.

On the drive to the vet, Floyd reportedly again pointed the gun at Reichle, threatening to kill her and her family. Once at the vet, Reichle managed to pass the note to the vet staff.

Deputies took Reichle to Florida Hospital DeLand where she was treated for her injuries, which included a head injury, a black eye and bruised arms. Deputies then took her to their home where they located two bullet holes in a hallway, which passed through drywall and into another room.

Floyd is charged with domestic violence: aggravated assault with a firearm, false imprisonment, possession of a firearm by a convicted felon, possession of ammunition by a convicted felon and simple battery. He remains in custody at the Volusia County Branch Jail with no bail allowed.
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EDGEWATER MAN, 52, FACES 30 COUNTS OF POSSESSING CHILD PORN

An Edgewater resident has been arrested and charged with 30 counts of possessing sexually explicit images of children on his computer following an investigation by sheriff’s detectives.

William Thorne, 52, (DOB: 12/12/1965) of 2167 Mango Tree Drive was arrested Thursday on a warrant by Edgewater police after detectives in the sheriff’s sex crimes unit executed a search warrant at Thorne’s home on April 24.

Detectives launched this investigation after receiving a tip in January from the National Center for Missing and Exploited Children, which alerts law enforcement to reports of sexual exploitation of children on the Internet. During their search of Thorne’s home, detectives found pornographic images on his computer portraying girls ranging in age from 5-9.

Edgewater police arrested Thorne on his VCSO warrant Thursday morning. He remains in the Volusia County jail on $300,000 bail -- $10,000 per count.
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5-MONTH PROBE OF ORGANIZED RETAIL THEFT RING NETS 8 ARRESTS

*Scheme Resulted in Nearly $1 Million in Retail Theft at Home Depot*

Sheriff’s detectives have dismantled a web of retail thieves who have been stealing high-end drills and power tools from Home Depot stores throughout Central Florida and reselling them since 2014 – a loss to Home Depot of nearly $1 million in retail theft.

Today, Volusia County Sheriff Mike Chitwood and sheriff’s detectives announced the culmination of a five-month racketeering investigation into the thefts committed by the “Bay One Bandits,” named for the location of the drills in Home Depot. A search warrant was executed today at a South Daytona pawn shop in which detectives located hundreds of new drills that are being resold via the Internet.

The investigation ultimately led to Richard Hill, owner of Richard Hill’s Music & Pawn Shop, 2550 S. Nova Road, South Daytona. Detectives say Hill was buying stolen merchandise and selling it on eBay and out of his pawnshop. He dealt in stolen property 690 times from April 1, 2017, through April 1, 2018.

“This is a million dollars in stolen property, coming into a little pawn shop in the front door and going out the back door, through the Internet,” Chitwood told reporters today in a news conference in front of Hill’s pawn shop. “I would say today (Hill) is a little bit incredulous that we even come and question his integrity and how all these fell into his lap.”

The investigation resulted in eight warrants for racketeering charges. As of today, all eight defendants have been arrested.

In January 2018, Home Depot sought the assistance of the Volusia County Sheriff’s Office (VCSO) to investigate. Since April 2017, three local stores began reporting that large amounts of Home Depot merchandise was being refunded but not being sold. They include Home Depot stores at 2455 W. International Speedway Blvd., Daytona Beach and 1551 Dunlawton Ave., Port Orange. A Palm Coast Home Depot store, 10 Garden St., N., also reported theft activity connected to one of the Daytona Beach thefts.

VCSO detectives identified two main suspects – Steven M. Proctor and Amelia C. La Pallo -- who recruited other suspects to steal merchandise from Home Depot and fraudulently return it for refunds.

The recruits became part of two “booster teams” -- one team operated at least since August 2017, committing an estimated retail theft of $100,000. The second team, active since September 2014, has stolen $814,000 in property.

Arrested are:

 Proctor (DOB: 02/21/1984), six counts of dealing in stolen property;

 La Pallo (DOB: 12/04/1993), seven counts of dealing in stolen property, three counts of retail grand theft;

 Hill (DOB: 04/14/1967), one count each of racketeering and conspiracy to commit racketeering, four counts of dealing in stolen property;

 Auston T. Kalaczynski, (DOB: 04/28/1987), 17 counts of retail grand theft, one count of dealing in stolen property; in Orange County jail;

 Jason P. Paradis, (DOB: 05/19/1986), 17 counts of retail grand theft, two counts of dealing in stolen property; in Brevard County jail;

 Paul R. Paradis, (DOB: 08/27/1962), six counts of retail grand theft, two counts of dealing in stolen property;

 Daniel Conway, (DOB: 02/06/1970), two counts of retail grand theft, three counts of dealing in stolen property;

 Danielle M Duguay, (DOB: 09/16/1977), one count each of retail grand theft and dealing in stolen property.

The defendants are held on bonds ranging from $65,000 to $150,000.