Wednesday, July 26, 2017
FWC Enforcement Report

FWC Enforcement Report

The Meatheads of the Week

NORTHWEST REGION   CASES   OKALOOSA COUNTY   Officers Corbin and Pifer were on vessel patrol conducting boating safety and resource inspections in the Destin Pass and Crab Island areas and saw a vessel in violation of the idle speed/no...

The Meatheads of the Week

NORTHWEST REGION   CASES   BAY COUNTY   Officer T. Basford was on land patrol near the Bailey Bridge in North Bay when he saw three subjects in an aluminum boat who appeared to be intoxicated and smoking marijuana. Officers...

The Meatheads of the Week

NORTHWEST REGION   CASES   BAY COUNTY   Officers N. Basford and Wicker were on water patrol in Watson Bayou when they received a call from dispatch regarding a woman who was being threatened and held hostage on a sailboat...

The Meatheads of the Week

NORTHWEST REGION   CASES   BAY COUNTY   Investigator Thomas received a complaint regarding a 12-foot tiger shark that had been landed on the Bay County Pier earlier in the week. The complainant reported that, after being caught with hook...

More Meatheads of the Week

NORTHWEST REGION   CASES   ESCAMBIA COUNTY   Officer McHenry was working in Perdido River Wildlife Management Area (WMA) when he observed three individuals enter the area after hours. He approached the individuals in his patrol vehicle and turned his...

The Meatheads of the Week

NORTHWEST REGION   CASES   BAY COUNTY   Lieutenant Allen and Officer Rice were patrolling in federal waters when they saw a vessel returning from offshore. During the resource inspection, the operator stated that each of the four people on board...

The Meatheads of the Week

Weekly Report May 5, 2017 through May 11, 2017   This report represents some events the FWC handled over the past week; however, it does not include all actions taken by the Division of Law Enforcement.   Patrol, Protect,...

The Meatheads of the Week

NORTHWEST REGION   CASES   OKALOOSA COUNTY   Officer Nichols and Bear Biologist Green responded to a homeowner who was leaving crushed bread pieces and birdseed in his backyard. Two black bears were using this as a food source. A...

The Meatheads of the Week, Again

NORTHWEST REGION   CASES   ESCAMBIA COUNTY   While checking several fishermen on the Bob Sikes Bridge, Officer Manning noticed fresh blood and large scales on the ground. A nearby fisherman denied knowing anything about it and claimed he had...

The Meatheads of the Week

NORTHWEST REGION   CASES   ESCAMBIA COUNTY   Officer Hoomes was on land patrol along Gulf Islands National Seashore near Fort Pickens conducting state fisheries inspections when he encountered several people fishing for pompano. He checked one subject who was...