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ABOVE VIDEO: Sheriff Wayne Ivey of Brevard County launched a video on Wednesday asking for assist from the local people to search out two suspects needed for animal cruelty in Port St. John. A couple of hours later, Sheriff Wayne Ivey fulfilled his promise that he would escort them to their jail cell when authorities discovered each suspects.

ABOVE VIDEO: Sheriff Wayne Ivey of Brevard County launched a video on Wednesday asking for assist from the local people to search out two suspects needed for animal cruelty in Port St. John.

BREVARD COUNTY, FLORIDA – Brevard County Sheriff Wayne Ivey launched a video on Wednesday pleading for neighborhood assist in discovering two suspects needed for animal cruelty in Port St. John. A couple of hours later, Sheriff Wayne Ivey fulfilled his promise that he would escort them to their jail cell when authorities discovered each suspects.

The primary video confirmed Sheriff Ivey with Brevard County Animal Middle medical employees caring for a canine that was the sufferer of the abuse.

“I’ll personally put them in jail once we discover them for what they did to this poor canine,” Sheriff Ivey stated.

Inside hours, each suspects recognized as Javier Davis and Jamie Davis have been arrested and escorted to jail by deputies and Sheriff Wayne Ivey.

Each suspects have been arrested in Brevard County Jail.

They’re held on bonds of $ 22,500.

The primary video confirmed Sheriff Ivey with Brevard County Animal Middle medical employees caring for a canine that was the sufferer of the abuse.