Wakulla County Jail

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Wakulla County is located on the Gulf of Mexico in Florida’s Panhandle, south of Tallahassee. Founded in 1843, it remains a very rural county, with the only unincorporated county seat in Florida, the community  of Crawfordville. The total area is 736 square miles, almost 18% covered by water. As of the 2010 census, the population was 30,776. The county is named for Wakulla Springs, one of the world’s largest freshwater springs in terms of water flow and depth. The name Wakulla may come from a Timucuan Indian word meaning “spring of water” or “mysterious water”. The county was once one of the poorest in the state, but commercial fishing and the seafood industry have eased the problem in recent decades.

The Corrections Department of the Sheriff’s Office supervises the 350-bed Wakulla County Detention Center, located at 15 Oak Street, Crawfordville, Florida 32327. Video visitation is available daily; check the website for the schedule. For more information about visitation, jail regulations, or an individual inmate, call 850-745-7153.

The Florida Department of Corrections has two facilities in the county, Wakulla Correctional Institution and Wakulla Annex. Both are located at 110 Melaleuca Drive, Crawfordville, Florida 32327. Both facilities house adult males in close, medium, minimum, and work release custody.

Wakulla Correctional Institution, opened in 1996, became a Faith- and Character-Based Institution in 2005. The 1,397-bed facility offers extended chaplaincy services and institutional betterment programs. Vocational programs in the area of environmental services and computer software are also available. For more information, call the Institution at 850-410-1895.

The Wakulla Annex, which opened in 2008, has been a Faith- and Character-Based Institution since 2011. With a maximum capacity of 1,532, this prison offers many of the same services and programs as the Correctional Institution. In addition, it has vocational training in electrical, home improvement, drafting, and commercial driving. For more information, call the Annex at 850-617-9224.

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Wakulla County Jail Address: 15 OAK STREET CROWFORDVILLE FL 32327

Wakulla County Sheriff's Office Sheriff Jared Miller

No political comments can be accepted on this Wakulla County Sheriff's Office governmental page. Comments by the general public should not be seen as the views of the Wakulla County Sheriff's Office. Posted comments to the Wakulla County Sheriff's Office Facebook Page will be monitored and the Wakulla County Sheriffs Office reserves the right to remove any comment for any reason. Any comments posted, or submitted for posting, are subject to public disclosure and criminal investigation. Thank you. OUR MISSION The Wakulla County Sheriff’s Office will commit its resources in partnership with the community to: Promote a safe environment, free from crime and the fear of crime. Provide an optimum level of service to the citizens we serve. Practice our core values of integrity, respect, service, and fairness. INTEGRITY Integrity is the trademark of the Wakulla County Sheriff’s Office. We are committed to the standard of excellence in our performance, ethical conduct, and truthfulness in all relationships. This sheriff’s office holds itself accountable for its actions and takes pride in a the highest professional level of service to our citizens and visitors. RESPECT The Wakulla County Sheriff’s Office treats all persons in a dignified and courteous manner. We model understanding of cultural and ethnic diversity, both in our professional and personal undertakings. SERVICE We provide quality service in a courteous and efficient manner. We pride ourselves in our accessibility to all of those who call upon us for assistance. FAIRNESS We are responsive to all people and treat all people impartially, with consideration, compassion and respect.
Wakulla County Sheriff's Office Sheriff Jared Miller
Wakulla County Sheriff's Office Sheriff Jared Miller added 5 new photos.3 days ago
Sheriff Jared Miller is attending the Florida Accreditation Conference in St. Augustine this week. Today the Florida Corrections Accreditation Commission (FCAC) certified the accreditation of the Wakulla County Sheriff's Office Corrections Division, a process that covers 262 Standards which must be met. We were 100% compliance.

We are excited to announce that we were awarded the Excelsior Award which is awarded on the 6th consecutive accreditation without any issues. This very rewarding for Sheriff Jared Miller since he was the very first accreditation manager at the WCSO over 16 years ago.

Sheriff Miller also serves on this commission and was appointed by the Florida Sheriffs Association. The commissioners on the board were all impressed with the ICE program that we run and bring in over 3/4 of the jail budget. There are only 4 counties in the state of Florida that have the contract with ICE like Wakulla County.

Law Enforcement and Communications accreditation awards will follow this week.
Wakulla County Sheriff's Office Sheriff Jared Miller
Wakulla County Sheriff's Office Sheriff Jared Miller3 days ago
FOR IMMEDIATE RELEASE: February 19th, 2018

On February 19, 2018, a video deemed to be a threat to Wakulla County Schools was distributed by an unidentified subject via Snapchat, an imaging and multimedia mobile application on social media. The video showed a person’s hands opening a case containing a Spike’s SL15 Tactical Rifle. The video shows the rifle being removed from the case and loaded with a magazine. The rifle is then picked up by the subject and displayed a caption underneath that read, “Don’t go to school.”

At 4:14 p.m., an anonymous complaint was received by the Wakulla County Sheriff’s Office regarding the post. Patrol deputies and Detectives from the Criminal Investigations Division (CID) expeditiously identified the post as originating from Kane Watson, an 18 year old Wakulla County resident. Deputies and Detectives traveled to Mr. Watson’s Crawfordville residence, arriving approximately 45 minutes from the time of the original complaint.

After being mirandized, Mr. Watson admitted to making and sending the video via social media, voluntarily turned over his cellular telephone, and the SL 15 tactical rifle. The telephone and weapon were seized. Mr. Watson was arrested and transported to the CID office where he was interviewed further. While being interviewed by CID Detectives, Mr. Watson stated he posted the video as a means to deal with stress through humor.

Detectives charged Mr. Watson with violating the following Florida Statutes and booked him into the Wakulla County Jail:
F.S. 836.10, Written Threats to Kill or do Bodily Injury, a second degree felony.
F.S.790.163, False Report concerning planting a bomb, an explosive, or a weapon of mass destruction, or concerning the use of firearms in a violent manner, a second degree felony.

As a follow-up, CID Detectives have notified the North Florida Fusion eXchange, a collaborative effort between federal, state and local law enforcement agencies working in partnership to share resources, expertise and/or information to better identify, detect, prevent, apprehend, and respond to criminal and terrorist activity utilizing an “all-crimes/all-hazards” approach. This action will inform other law enforcement agencies that become aware of the video that the threat has been neutralized.

Given the prompt arrest of Mr. Watson and considering his post arrest statements, the Wakulla County Sheriff’s Office does not know of any further imminent threats to Wakulla County Schools. The Wakulla County Sheriff’s Office and the Superintendent of Wakulla County Schools Bobby Pearce have been in constant contact throughout this investigation.
Wakulla County Sheriff's Office Sheriff Jared Miller
Wakulla County Sheriff's Office Sheriff Jared Miller added 28 new photos — with Andria Farmer and 3 others.4 days ago
Sheriff Jared Miller & the Wakulla County Sheriff's Office were honored to participate in the 2018 African American Heritage Celebration parade held this past Saturday in Crawfordville and followed with a celebration at the park.

During the parade Wakulla also got a chance to celebrate our very own Nigel Bradham and his big win in the Superbowl. It was great to see how many people attended this wonderful event.
Wakulla County Sheriff's Office Sheriff Jared Miller
Wakulla County Sheriff's Office Sheriff Jared Miller6 days ago
Sheriff Jared Miller had a great time at the Wakulla Christian Coalition Gala held at the One Stop Community Center. Sheriff Miller was so happy to meet with all of his old classmates & friends. His great friend Derek Jackson was a very inspirational guest speaker... awesome event!
Wakulla County Sheriff's Office Sheriff Jared Miller
Wakulla County Sheriff's Office Sheriff Jared Miller added 2 new photos.7 days ago
******UPDATE 02/19/18 THANK YOU for the many responses and calls received regarding this case. We have obtained the information we needed in this case. As always you come through and help when we ask and you continue to do so quickly. Sheriff Jared Miller & the Wakulla County Sheriff's Office thank you for your help!!!!********

Sheriff Jared Miller & Detectives in the Property Crimes Unit of the Criminal Investigations Division at the Wakulla County Sheriff’s Office are seeking the public’s assistance in identifying the pictured subject. The subject is wanted for questioning regarding a recent theft from the Bealls Outlet in Crawfordville.

Anyone with information pertaining to the identity of the pictured subject or any other information regarding this case, please contact the Wakulla County Sheriff’s Office or Detective Scott Powell at 850-745-7100. The Wakulla County Sheriff’s Office thanks you in advance for your assistance in this matter.
Wakulla County Sheriff's Office Sheriff Jared Miller
Wakulla County Sheriff's Office Sheriff Jared Miller added 3 new photos.7 days ago
Detectives in the Property Crimes Unit of the Criminal Investigations Division at the Wakulla County Sheriff’s Office are seeking the public’s assistance in identifying the pictured subject. The subject is wanted for questioning regarding a recent theft from the Quick Stop Convenient Store in Crawfordville.

The Quincy Police Department is also investigating the same subject in regards to a theft that occurred at the Maryland Fried Chicken Restaurant in Quincy.

Anyone with information pertaining to the identity of the pictured subject or any other information regarding this case, please contact the Wakulla County Sheriff’s Office or Detective Mark Sauls at 850-745-7100. The Wakulla County Sheriff’s Office thanks you in advance for your assistance in this matter.
Wakulla County Sheriff's Office Sheriff Jared Miller
Wakulla County Sheriff's Office Sheriff Jared Miller1 week ago
Our thoughts and prayers are with the families and community of Majory Stoneman Douglas High School in Parkland Florida.

This horrible crime has become something that we have become all too familiar with but that does not mean we can't continue to work together to prevent it from happening.

Parents if you are not a part of your child's social media BECOME a part of it.

Students & Friends if you see something say something. We have all heard that dumb phrase "Snitches get stitches" but lets be blunt and real......failing to come forward with concerns might cause problems that stitches can't fix!

We love this county...lets continue to work together to keep our children and each other safe. Please give your thoughts and prayers to the community of Parkland as they continue to go through this horrible process.
Wakulla County Sheriff's Office Sheriff Jared Miller
Wakulla County Sheriff's Office Sheriff Jared Miller1 week ago
Sheriff Miller was happy to present Mr. Posey and Posey’s Up the Creek Steam Room with a plaque this morning for their constant support for the Sheriff’s Office and Wakulla County!
Wakulla County Sheriff's Office Sheriff Jared Miller
Wakulla County Sheriff's Office Sheriff Jared Miller1 week ago
Sheriff Jared Miller & Captain Ray Johnson were happy to attend the 11th Annual Black History Breakfast held at yesterday morning at Pat Thomas Law Enforcement Academy.
Wakulla County Sheriff's Office Sheriff Jared Miller
Wakulla County Sheriff's Office Sheriff Jared Miller added 15 new photos.2 weeks ago
Sheriff Jared Miller & the Wakulla County Sheriff's Office were happy to participate in the Valentines Day parade and festival held this past Saturday in Crawfordville. Here are a few pictures from the days event.