The Tactical Impact Unit (TIU) of the Citrus County Sheriff’s Office (CCSO) has completed Quarter Three of Operation Coin Toss, a comprehensive operation with the objective of cracking down on the sale and distribution of illegal narcotics within Citrus County.
The sheriff’s office said today that the team added 22 new names on the roster this quarter, and also had time to follow up on previous quarters by making an additional 16 arrests for probation violations.
The CCSO also made another interception with the largest recorded heroin bust in agency history.
Citrus County reopens all parks on Friday, May 1, 2020, for recreational activities following CDC guidelines and direction from the Citrus County Health Department.
Fort Island Gulf Beach and Hernando Beach remain closed, in an abundance of caution, pending water quality results.
Federal and state social distancing/gathering guidelines remain in place. Groups of more than 10 will not be permitted, and social distancing of six feet is necessary to help prevent the spread of COVID-19.
Those who want to shop at military stores will now have to cover their faces, the Department of Defense said today.
Commissaries are requiring customers to wear some form of face coverings to enter the building, the DoD said in a news release.
This policy falls in-line with the 5 April 2020 DoD guidance mandating all individuals on DoD property, installations and facilities to wear face coverings when they cannot maintain 6 feet of social distance in public areas or work centers.