Trespassing at "The Power Lines" in Bronson
Published April 23rd, 2014
Levy County, Florida -- Deputies at the Levy County Sheriff's Office are hoping to put an end to the illegal fun young adults are having at "The Power-Lines".
"The Power-Lines", as they are known locally, is an area of unimproved properties North of the town of Bronson and West of County Road 337.
Teens and young adults go to the area to do drugs, drink alcohol and mud bog.
Recently there has been a rise in reports of violent crimes resulting from these gatherings.
There are Facebook pages appearing online inviting the public to truck competitions planned for this weekend.
Lieutenant Scott Tummond says law enforcement will be there.
Lt. Scott Tummond, Levy County Sheriff's office: "This isn't the place to come. They're going to have to find a different venue to have their
type of event that they want to have."
Levy County Sheriff's office ask the public to report any suspicious persons or activity to the sheriff's office or anonymously to crime stoppers at 1-877-349-tips.
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