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Brevard County Police Department is very familiar with the home located at 4295 Delespine Road in Port St. John Florida after having responded to the home more than 100 times over the past year.
The sheriff is fed up and announced his frustrations during a Facebook live this past week outside of the home.
“I am standing in front of a house…that has become a complete nuisance to our neighborhood and our agency.
This house and the overwhelming majority of the people in it are constant disruption and a pain in the butt to their neighbors, the children in this area and to be honest, your tax payer dollars as our agency has now responded to almost 100 calls at this address in the past 12 months.
Now, think about that for a minute. Almost 100 times our team members have had to respond to this address for various complaints that have taken them away from being able to protect the members of this community, just because the majority of the people who live at or frequent this address can’t obey the law.
Calls to this house have been for drugs, drug overdose where Narcan had to be deployed, fights, stolen vehicles, needles being thrown over the fence into the neighbors yard, and disturbances.
In fact, 31 disturbances that we have had to respond to. In addition, our team has made multiple arrests at this address as well as arrests of various subjects that were leaving the residence.
Just yesterday we arrested two scumbags who had just left this house who were both violent felons, one of which had actually broken into a house through a doggy door where a 10-year-old was sitting in the house playing.
The people at this house are dealing in drugs, using drugs, abusing drugs and stealing other people’s stuff to finance their crimes.
Enough is enough. The neighbors in this area are so distressed, they won’t even let their kids go outside to play anymore out of fear that they will encounter one of these knuckleheads or one of the needles that they left behind.
Since the majority of the people in this house cannot obey the law, here is what we are going to do. You and your house have officially made my “HIT list, or High-Intensity Target.
Since the majority of the people in this house cannot obey the law, here is what we are going to do. You and your house have officially made my “HIT list, or High-Intensity Target.“
– Brevard County Sheriff Wayne Ivey
The Sheriff’s Facebook live has received 314,000 reactions and 82,000 comments on the video.
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