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Recent Bookings

KEVIN SUAZO TORRES of NAPLES

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KEENON TOBIN

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KEENON TOBIN

EDWIN MUNIZ

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EDWIN MUNIZ

BRIAN GAINES

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BRIAN GAINES

SERGIO OCASIO

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SERGIO OCASIO

JAVIER PEREZ

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JAVIER PEREZ

CARRI RICKS

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CARRI RICKS

JUSTIN BOYD

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JUSTIN BOYD

JESUS FLORES

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JESUS FLORES

FREDDRICK PERRY

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FREDDRICK PERRY

Law Enforcement Agencies

Marion County, Florida, is served by a network of dedicated law enforcement agencies committed to ensuring the safety and well-being of its residents. Key agencies include the Marion County Sheriff’s Office, responsible for patrolling unincorporated areas and providing a wide range of law enforcement services. Additionally, municipal police departments such as the Ocala Police Department and Belleview Police Department play vital roles within their respective jurisdictions, fostering community-oriented policing and crime prevention. Together, they form a cohesive system dedicated to serving and protecting the diverse communities within the county.

Criminal Justice Resources

Criminal justice in Marion County, Florida, is characterized by a comprehensive and collaborative approach to maintaining public safety and upholding the rule of law. The Marion County Jail plays a crucial role in the justice system, ensuring secure housing for individuals awaiting trial or serving sentences. The Marion County Judicial Center serves as a hub for legal proceedings, where dedicated judges and legal professionals administer justice and ensure fair trials. The Office of the State Attorney, Fifth Judicial Circuit, plays a pivotal role in prosecuting criminal cases, emphasizing the principles of fairness and accountability. With a commitment to crime prevention, rehabilitation, and community engagement, Marion County’s criminal justice system strives to create a safe and just environment for its residents.