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Mar 28, 2024 Ocala's Rapid Report

MISSING ENDANGERED JUVENILE – KAYLEE SHEFFIELD

 

Kaylee Sheffield just turned 15 in December and according to the MCSO she is missing and in danger. Kaylee was last seen yesterday Wednesday, March 27, 2024, at around 2:00 a.m. Kaylee was at her residence, located at 3918 NE 16th Court, Ocala, where she removed a small A/C unit in her room to exit the home. She is believed to have left on foot in an unknown direction. Kaylee’s phone was found and concerning images were located that have caused her family and law enforcement to be concerned for her well-being. If you have any information that can help us find Kaylee, please call 911 immediately.

#MCSO #Missingchild

 

 

The Horse That Ocala Police Chased Down SR 200

 

 In case you were wondering what happened to the horse that greeted Officer Bellamy at 4:30 in the morning on March 24th while parked at Ollie's Bargain Outlet to write a report. The horse led officers on a brief chase down the middle of SR 200, and the pursuit ended with officers safely corralling the horse in the parking lot of the College of Central Florida. The Marion County Sheriff's Office Agricultural Unit responded with a trailer to transport the horse to more suitable pastures. Apparently the unnamed owner of the beautiful stallion has come forward to claim the delinquent horse and take him back home. Hopefully with a stronger fence this time. #HorseCapitalOfTheWorld #OcalaPD

 

 

Five New Police Officers Join OPD

 

OPD just announced the swearing-in of five new police officers joining their team. We want to congratulate Ofc. D'Ambro, Ofc. Armstrong, Ofc. Fairbrother, Ofc. Gagnon, and Ofc. Grimes on their accomplishments.

Also, congratulations to the newly promoted sergeant, Sgt. Diesso!

With a solemn oath administered by Mayor Ben Marciano, these men and women have pledged to serve and protect our community with integrity, courage, and character.

Please welcome and congratulate our newest Ocala police officers and also a huge congratulations to the newly promoted sergeant. We wish them all the best in their new roles and look forward to the great things they will accomplish as they work to keep Ocala safe for everyone. #Ocalasafe #OcalaPD #Ocala 

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