On Friday, April 29, the Madison County Sheriff’s Office participated in the Florida Farm Bureau Youth Agriculture Day. Sgt. Bobby Boatwright, Sgt. Jarrod Lauth with K-9 “Misso”, Deputy Jared Dewey with K-9 “Max”, Lt. Chris Andrews and Lt. William Sircy talked with the fourth classes from Lee Elementary, Pinetta Elementary, Greenville Elementary and Madison County Central Schools about the dangerous effects of drugs.
The K-9 teams demonstrated how the K-9’s locate illegal drugs and apprehend violent felons.
The Sheriff’s office goal is to educate all of our young people on the facts about how drugs effect the body physically and how drug use effects your personal life.