• Tip leads deputies to Bronson meth lab

    A tip from a concerned citizen to the Levy County Sheriff's Office led to the discovery of an active methamphetamine lab on Northeast 85th Street in Bronson on Monday night, as well as the arrests of three men and a search for a fourth person.

  • Graduating Firefighter 1 training

    The Levy County Department of Public Safety 206 hour Firefighter 1 Class of 2013-2014 officially graduated on Tuesday, April 29. 

  • Morriston fire sends two to hospital

    Two people were taken to the hospital in the wee hours of April 30, after a fire broke out in a Morriston mobile home, located at 18150 SE 15th St., according to the Levy County Department of Public Safety.

  • Sheriff's Report fr the week of May 8

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

  • Sheriff's Report for the week of May 1

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

  • Man stripped naked for cash

    A man who wandered naked into a Fanning Springs convenience store late Friday night after being lured by two women into a bedroom with promises of sex, stripped of his clothing and robbed by them and a man with a machete, got the last laugh on the culprits. 

  • Deputies bust 2nd meth lab in week

    Levy County Sheriff's deputies on Wednesday arrested a man on a charge of manufacturing methamphetamine, better known as meth, and dismantled the chemical operation the second such bust in a week, according to an arrest report.

  • Chiefland meth lab busted; 2 arrested

    Levy County Sheriff's deputies investigating vehicle burglaries came across an active meth lab in Chiefland and arrested two people operating the business on Sunday, according to a Sheriff's Office press release.

  • Drummond customers targeted by scam

    The Levy County Sheriff's Office has received several reports from citizens saying they are receiving an automated phone call from an unknown party. Complainants are Drummond Bank customers and are being told during the message their card has been stolen.

    The call center at Drummond Bank is checking each member’s account, and has not reported any fraudulent transactions. Drummond Bank assures LCSO they are not making these calls and will not contact customers in this manner.

  • Department of Public Safety visits CES

    April is recognized as National 9-1-1 Education Month, and, with this in mind, the Levy County Department of Public Safety (LCDPS) approached the Chiefland Elementary School to present 9-1-1 information to children. LCDPS invited Chiefland Fire Rescue to join the team to deliver the information to students in grades 3 through 5. The two Departments were at the school for three hours April 2, teaching the children when to call 911 and what information they would be asked if they ever had to make that call.