TO THE PERSON THAT SENT IN AN ONLINE TIP REGARDING THE SHARON GILL HOMICIDE
The Cold Case Detectives want to thank the person that submitted an online tip regarding the Sharon Gill homicide.
This tip is probably right on target and we would very much like to speak with the person that submitted the tip.
You can call 941-575-5361 8:00 AM to 5:00PM Monday through Friday and ask for Cold Case. After hours and weekends please leave a message using the same number. We will return the call as soon as possible.
Please contact us. We are currently working on that case and we would appreciate any information we can get.
If you absolutely can't contact and speak with us please provide any additional information you have. Please include names of people in the area that have knowledge and may cooperate and speak with us.
Again, some of the information we have so far matches information you have provided. We really need detailed information from you so please make contact with us in some way. It would mean a lot to us and the victim's family.
Mike, Mike and Kurt
The Cold Case Team
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2018 Sheriff's Message
The upcoming year promises to be one of continued growth and new challenges in the County. We are planning and preparing for the anticipated increases in population and traffic as construction of residential and commercial endeavors begin. As your Sheriff I am dedicated to constant vigilance and providing the highest standard of service for our citizens and visitors.
We are in full swing of “season” and our roadways, restaurants and beaches are bustling. Our northern friends and family are here and enjoying our little piece of paradise with us. Traffic issues continue to be one of the most frequent concerns voiced by our community. Charlotte County continues to grow at an unprecedented pace and I ask our citizen's and visitors to exercise patience and kindness on our busy roadways. Although we are at the peak of our “season,” I am happy to relay traffic crashes at many of our major intersections throughout the county are down significantly from years past. My Deputies are working very hard monitoring these historically problematic areas in an effort to keep everyone safe on the roadways. Remember to wear your seatbelts and don't be a distracted driver.
Thefts from motor vehicles continue to be a concern as well. While enjoying our beaches, county parks, fitness centers and shopping centers, we ask that you please remember to lock your vehicles and conceal your valuables from sight. These simple steps have been proven to prevent such “crimes of opportunity.” By being smart and taking these precautions, I am confident we can prevent many people from being victims of crime. Don't be an easy target.
There are many new homes and businesses under construction throughout the county. Yes, our economy is healthy. Frequently, thieves tend to target these construction sites and steal tools, building materials and other items of value. We ask for your help in watching for suspicious activity in and around your neighborhoods. If you see something that doesn't look right, it probably isn't. Remember, “If you see something, say something.”
As the county grows, it becomes more important than ever for you to provide your input about the issues you are experiencing on our roadways and in our neighborhoods. I am calling on all of our citizen's to continue to assist my Office in keeping our crime rate one of the lowest in the State of Florida. With our continued partnership, we can continue to make this county a wonderful place to live, work and play!
Sheriff, Charlotte County
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The Cold Case Detectives want to thank the person that submitted an online tip regarding the Sharon Gill Homicide. This tip is probably right on target and we would very much like to speak with the person that submitted the tip. You can call 941-575-5361 8:00 AM to 5:00PM Monday through Friday and ask for Cold Case. After hours and weekends please leave a message using the same number. We will return the call as soon as possible. Please contact us. We are currently working on that case and we would appreciate any information we can get. Read more
If you have information that can help solve this crime: You can call 941-575-5361 8:00 AM to 5:00PM Monday through Friday and ask for Cold Case. After hours and weekends please leave a message using the same number. We will return the call as soon as possible.
As we approach the anniversary of the disappearance of Christine Muriel Flahive, the Charlotte County Sheriff's Office is asking for the public's help in resolving this case. Coming forward with any information, no matter how small it may seem, could prove to be valuable. Read more
If you have information that can help solve this crime: Christine Flahive has now been missing for 24 years. The Charlotte County Sheriff’s Office is asking anyone with information related to this case to come forward. During regular business hours, contact 941-575-5361. After hours, contact 941-639-2101.
The Charlotte County Sheriff's Office is investigating the double homicide of Harry Billy Scott and John Stanley Smith (90-041343). Read more
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