• Levy DPS trains with flight crew

    Firefighters are dispatched to Landing Zones whenever an air ambulance is requested. With the addition of the air ambulance and flight crew stationed at the Levy Count Department of Public Safety Complex (LCDPS) 24/7, the Firefighter I class had the opportunity to meet with the crew and gain knowledge on the needs for providing a safe and secure landing zone.

    LCDPS Class 1 firefighters were provided information on the minimum requirements needed for a landing zone, how to approach the aircraft, and how to assist in loading patients. 

  • Suspects sought in school break-in

    Suspects took advantage of the Thanksgiving break last week to break into Bronson Middle High School and try picking up some spare cash, according to a spokesman for the Levy County Sheriff's Office. 

  • Sheriff's Report for the week of December 5

     The Levy County  Sheriff’s Office reports the following arrests:

  • Trenton cyclist injured in Alachua crash

    Jeffery Allen Burrow, 29, of Trenton, was hospitalized in critical condition at U.F. Health's Shands Hospital in Gainesville due to injuries he received in an accident on Interstate 75 at the 338 mile marker on Thursday, Nov. 22 at 7:50 a.m. according to a Florida Highway Patrol report. 

  • Sheriff's Report for the week of November 28

    The Levy County Sheriff’s Office reports the following arrests:

  • County takes a leap forward in emergency transport

    The Levy County Department of Public Safety (LCDPS) has added a new resource to its arsenal of public safety equipment to serve the citizens and visitors of Levy County.

    On Nov. 1, Air Methods began 24-hour-a-day air transport services based out of the Levy County Public Safety Complex, located in Bronson.

    This partnership has provided the citizens and visitors in Levy County with an Emergency Medical Service aircraft based in the County that one typically would not see in a rural setting.

  • Law appreciation night

    From left, Levy County Sheriff's Sgt. Max Long, Sheriff Bobby McCallum and Levy County Sheriff's Cpl. Lisa Starkey pose for a picture at October’s Law Enforcement Appreciation Night.

    The annual event, hosted by the Chiefland Woman's Club, honors the men and women who serve their communities in law enforcement and public safety. Long and Starkey were both presented with awards.  

    Ronnie LeCompte and Mandy Willis were just two of several to take home awards for service Oct. 22 during the event. 


  • Sheriff's Report & Most Wanted for November 21

    The Levy County Sheriff’s Office reports the following arrests:

    • Nov. 14 - Austin Ryan Bouten, 22, Williston, VOP. 

  • Shed fires last weekend in Inglis

    Firefighters responded to two shed fires that sparked up in Inglis Saturday, Nov. 9, according to the Levy County Department of Public Safety.

       The fires, which were reported at about 9 p.m., occurred at 44 Vicki St. and also included the burning of a 36-foot-long boat. Two homes nearby were protected from the fire by emergency crews.

    Levy County Department of Public Safety, Battalion 1, Engine 5 (Yankeetown), Medic 3 (Inglis), Squad 2, Inglis Fire Department, Levy County Sheriff’s Office and State Fire Marshal responded to the fires.

  • Operation Bronson Ink nets drug arrests

    The Levy County Sheriff’s Office Drug Task Force (DTF) has announced the arrests of 19 people with more expected in a six-month investigation of street level drug sales dubbed Bronson Ink, according to a Sheriff's Office press release.

    The Bronson area investigation utilized confidential informants to make 68 cases resulting in 148 charges for 30 defendants. Informants purchased a myriad of narcotics such as crack and powder cocaine, prescription medications including oxycodone, marijuana, Molly (Ecstasy)  and one firearm.