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Sheriff asks for help finding child abuse victims

Yesterday, Escambia County Sheriff David Morgan streamed a message on Facebook asking anyone whose children have had contact with Nicole Lynn Walter, a Pensacola nanny…

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And now this: Sheriff Morgan refuses to release homicide details to PNJ because of cartoon

Escambia County Sheriff David Morgan is upset over a PNJ editorial cartoon. He has instructed his public relations unit to no longer give direct comment…

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Governor tells Sheriff Morgan state will fund SROs

This morning Escambia County Commission chairman Jeff Bergosh put off any discussion on allocations of the LET funds while he determined if the funds should…

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Sheriff Morgan objects to ‘shade meeting’ on his appeal

Last week, Escambia County Sheriff David Morgan sent his budget appeal to the Florida Cabinet. The Escambia Board of County Commissioners has scheduled a shade…

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Welcome to Black Hole Budgeting: Showdown looms

In the good old days – or should I say “good old boy days” – of county government, County Administrator George Touart and Sheriff Ron…

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Mister Pervert cyberstalking victims now total 32

More victims have come forward in the Mister Pervert cyberstalking investigation, according to the Escambia County Sheriff’s office. “Right now we have gotten up to…

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Governor honors Escambia County deputies

During last week’s Florida Cabinet meeting, Governor Rick Scott recognized Escambia County Deputies Darren Robinson and Stefan Chamlis with the Medal of Heroism for their…

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Buzz: Simmons headed to ECSO, Alexander fights to keep job

Escambia County Assistant County Administrator Chip Simmons will leaving the county to work for Escambia County Sheriff David Morgan, according to sources close to both…

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For Halloween, please do not dress as a deputy

NorthEscambia.com reports that a second man has been charged with impersonating a law enforcement officer. The Escambia County Sheriff’s Office says when accused police impersonator…

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