Monday, July 4, 2011

Deputy Mike Joyner Decides To Work Part Time

Media Release


Date:                July 4, 2011

Time:                8:30 AM


On June 30, 2011, Deputy Mike Joyner has decided after 38 years of full time law enforcement that it is his desire to maintain a status of part-time.  Joyner a long time Levy Countian has worked in all areas of law enforcement from patrol work, known state wide as an expert in undercover drug investigations and retiring as Chief Deputy in Jefferson County.   Joyner is currently assigned to the Civil Division as a Bailiff protecting Honorable Judge Glant in addition to being an Agriculture Investigator.


Joyner will continue on a part time basis to be a Bailiff for Honorable Judge Glant.


Effective July 5, 2011 Deputy Grant Sandlin a School Resource Deputy will be assigned this summer on a full time basic to work as an Agriculture Investigator.  Deputy Sandlin will educate the farmers on how to protect their farm equipment and investigate all farm crimes.


We appreciate Deputy Joyner's dedication, knowledge and hard work to the Levy County Sheriff's Office and to the farm community.  We are encouraged that Deputy Sandlin has stepped up to the plate and will serve the farmers in Levy County.






Major Evan Sullivan
Levy County Sheriff's Office
FBI-National Academy 183rd Session
Office: 352-486-5446
Cell:    352-577-4218