State Attorney’s Office issues subpoenas to Alachua County Sheriff’s Office
April 13, 2023
BY JENNIFER CABRERA
ALACHUA COUNTY, Fla. – A number of subpoenas were issued this morning to agency members at the Alachua County Sheriff’s Office (ASO), but the target of the investigation is currently unclear.
An ASO spokesman told Alachua Chronicle that the subpoenas came from the office of State Attorney Brian Kramer, but “we are unsure of what they involve.”
State Attorney’s Office spokesman Darry Lloyd told Alachua Chronicle that the office can’t comment on an active investigation.
Bet you this is related to Clovis and all the FSS 112 violations, him and his minions are going to fall like a house of cards.
And so it begins….Buckle up Clovis!
FYI to newcomers, the ASO bldg. on Hawthorne Rd. is in a former Winn-Dixie store — closed in District 1 years ago. That should have been a sign of where things were headed.
Soooo…..what you’re saying is that Winn-Dixie’s own years of mismanagement which lead to a huge number of their stores closing in all states of their operating area, followed by Chapter 11 bankruptcy, and finally selling itself to another firm is somehow linked to the machinations of the Alachua Co Sheriff’s Office ???
This should be interesting.
Time for the sheriff and his staff to pack their bags
This may get interesting…
Given Governor DeSantis’ past history of removing sheriffs & SAs. Wonder what button got pushed?
Very interesting indeed.
Get Clovis out of there, we need a Sheriff who will crack down on all the nonsense and hood parties happening in town, not one trying to pose for photo ops because of political aspirations. Look at the Marion County Sheriff and the way he handled hunting down the 3 animals that murdered those 3 teens. THAT is a Sheriff. Watson is just a clown in clown makeup.
This will get interesting.
Never had these problems when Sexy Sadie ran the department.
THE WATSON FIVE, FORGET THE UNIFORM THEY STYLE IN LOOKING GOOD. WE LET THESE PEOPLE IN OFFICE TOO LONG. WE NEED A TERM LIMIT ON PUBLIC OFFICE AND APPOINTED OFFICES.
A term limit? Clovis has only been in office a little over two years. Look at the damage he’s done. A special term limit for him should have been one month, which would have been long enough for the PBA to realize they made a huge mistake endorsing him (against the vote of their membership, but that’s a different story).
Don’t have to tell us Darry, we already know.