Leon County Booking Report: February 19, 2012

By: LCSO Release Email
By: LCSO Release Email

Tallahassee, Florida - Feb. 20, 2011

Attached is a PDF file containing all bookings at the Leon County Jail from February 19. Pictures are included.

The PDF can be found above as "LCSO Daily Booking Report 2-19"


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  • by anonymous on Feb 20, 2012 at 05:43 AM
    C'mon people! It's Monday. Time to start back in on these losers. You've got until next Sunday, church day to belittle them.
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      by Anonymous on Feb 20, 2012 at 07:12 AM in reply to anonymous
      Franks and beans..
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      by Anonymous on Feb 20, 2012 at 02:47 PM in reply to anonymous
      What does Sunday have to do with anything? There were posts for yesterdays booking list(some were pretty good too).
  • by Crimson Brotha Location: Tallahassee on Feb 20, 2012 at 05:43 AM
    leon county deputy david graham arrested for grand theft of a firearm? No way. I hope he didn't. But it goes to show that the L'E'O''s are humans too!
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      by Boland on Feb 20, 2012 at 08:30 AM in reply to Crimson Brotha
      We're all human, however anyone in law enforcement should be extra careful not to break the law. I would question any and all arrests he made...
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      by Anonymous on Feb 20, 2012 at 08:39 AM in reply to Crimson Brotha
      what sense does it make to have people exempt from posting booking photo's if the news channel is going to put his picture up on the top story? no one should be exempt.
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        by Anonymous on Feb 20, 2012 at 09:53 AM in reply to
        You can't pick and choose what gets released as public record. The law exempts ALL public records to protect them. This includes the "good" as well as the "bad". This mainly only shows up on the arrest reports, but there are other places where you could get public info that would include names, addresses, and other information. The law exempts all of this information. Sometimes once charges are made, the Officer will be terminated, and then the agency may release the arrest report. I have seen this happen several times lately, but even if the Officer is terminated their record is still exempt from public record requests.
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        by Anonymous on Feb 20, 2012 at 02:45 PM in reply to
        If I take a photo of an officer, that photo is not a public record, it belongs to me(or in this case the media outlet. Usually the media will postpone putting up pictures until the case is completed, but in this case he has already admitted to his involvement opening the door for his termination as a deputy.
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