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Wanted Persons

Wanted Larry Robinson
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Larry Robinson

Larry Robinson, B/M,5’7/160, DOB: 7/25/1981 Kidnapping, sexual battery victim under 18 (4 Counts),  distributing obscene material to a minor, lewd & lascivious behavior (2 counts)

Wanted Jarod Hill
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Jarod Hill

Jarod Hill, B/M, 5’05/140, DOB 1/27/1997 Home invasion robbery with a deadly weapon

Wanted Edward Jackson
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Edward Jackson

Edward Jackson, B/M, 6’02/170, DOB: 9/11/1985 Aggravated Battery with a deadly weapon

Wanted Montana Vickers
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Montana Vickers

Montana Vickers, B/M, 5’11/170, DOB: 4/14/1982 Aggravated Battery on a pregnant victim

Wanted Henry Ezell
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Henry Ezell

Henry Ezell, W/M, 5’8/160, DOB: 07/19/1988 Grand Theft Auto, Carrying a concealed weapon, Possession of a firearm by a convicted felon, Possession of a vehicle

Wanted Kayla Moore
Wanted Persons

Kayla Moore

Kayla Moore, W/F ,5’01/100, DOB: 12/11/1990 Narrcotics Trafficking, Carrying a concealed weapon, Drug possession (2 counts), Possession of drug paraphernalia

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Any Information Can Help:

Do you have any information?? On the south side of Leon County, on December 8th around 6:30am, a 4-door Sedan (possibly an Acura TL) is

Wanted Persons

ESCAPED PRISONERS: Wakulla County

On Friday, November 17, 2017, Inmates, Joel Teraill COOPER (43), Donald James COTTERMAN (44) and Casey Brandon MARTINA (25), escaped from the Wakulla county Sheriff’s

Cold Cases

Any Information May Help:

Oct. 22, 2016, during the festivities surrounding the school’s weeklong homecoming celebrations, Langford, 20, was gunned down after a latenight party near campus let out.

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