The responsibility of the Evidence Unit personnel is:
To receive all incoming evidence.
To fully document it.
To store it systematically.
To preserve its condition.
To maintain it securely.
To lawfully release or dispose of it.
To maintain a complete chain of custody of the entire process that is sufficiently accurate and complete to satisfy any court requirements.
The responsibility of Evidence Specialists: Receipt of property, storage, preservation, disposal of and accounting for every item they receive.
The role they play in the criminal justice system is to present the evidence as it was given to them without regard to the innocence or guilt of any defendant but to ensure the integrity of the evidence.
NOTICE OF UNCLAIMED PROPERTY
1 – 10 lbs box of knives, manicure sets, bottle openers, etc, 1 – 18 lbs box of knives, manicure sets, bottle openers, etc., various coins, gold-toned cross pendant with clear stones, gold-toned men’s ring with clear stones, gold-toned bracelet with clear stones, ladies’ ring with clear stone, various charms, pendants, beads and pins, cufflinks, tie tac, key ring commemorative coins, gold-toned ring with clear stone, silver-toned ring with multi-colored stone, gold-toned ring with design, gold-toned ring with purple stone, gold-toned pendant with cross and stones, rope necklace with silver and gold-toned cross, gold-toned clip earring, gold-toned necklace with flower pendant, silver-toned bracelet with blue stones, gold-toned ring with clear stones, various silver charms.
THE DESCRIPTIONS OF THESE ITEMS ARE ONLY AS MARKED OR HOW IT APPEARS. THE WORDS GOLD AND SILVER ARE ONLY USED TO DENOTE COLOR.
The Escambia County Sheriff’s Office (ECSO) is in possession of the above described property. Pursuant to Florida Statute 705.203, the ECSO intends to sell the property if the property remains unclaimed. The ECSO reserves the right to determine the proper and most effective means of disposal. Person wishing to lay claim to any of the above described property may do so by filing a claim with the Escambia County Sheriff’s Office at 1700 West Leonard Street, Pensacola, Florida. Please contact the Evidence section at (850) 436-9312. All interested person making a claim MUST show proof of ownership, or must be able to identify any markings prior to examination of the property.
The above described property will, unless claimed within 10 days from the date hereof, be offered for sale at public auction to the highest bidder on www.govdeals.com. The auction will begin on March 30, 2017 and will run for 14 days.
Evidence Unit Public Hours:
Tuesday to Friday 9:00AM to 4:00PM
For assistance call: 850-436-9506
GovDeal Inquiries: 850 436-9312