On December 24, 2014, Leon County Sheriff Larry Campbell passed away after a hard fought battle with cancer. Governor Rick Scott appointed Leon County Sheriff’s Office Major Mike Wood Leon County Sheriff on January 23, 2015.
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LCSO Administration Offices will close at 12:00 noon on Wed, Nov 25 for the Thanksgiving holidays and will reopen at 8:00 am on Mon, Nov 30.
On line services and resources will continue to be available on our website.
VIDEO: History of the Office of Sheriff
Stephen John Hynes Jr
Age: 33 (10/10/82)
Hair Brown, Eyes Brown
Last known addressAt LargeTallahassee, FL
Age: 37 (08/27/78)
Hair Black, Eyes Brown
Last known address2931 Olsen RoadTallahassee, FL
Ashley R Butler
Age: 28 (08/10/87)
Hair Blond, Eyes Brown
Last known address2205 Woodlawn DrTallahassee, FL
Age: 77 (06/27/38)
Ms. Hayes was reported missing by family members on April 26, 1994.
Age: 16 (01/05/99)
Hair Black, Eyes Brown
Ivan Aguilar was reported missing by family members on May 8, 2014
John Wesley Davis
Age: 67 (03/09/48)
Hair Blond, Eyes Blue
Mr. Davis disappeared from the Tallahassee area on or about Februay 5th, 1981.
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December 20, 2010
December 15, 2010
January 9, 2011
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