approximately 6:00 pm, Hendry County Sheriffs Office Correction Official
discovered Hendry County Inmate, James Robert Henderson, 19 years of age,
missing from a work detail in front of the Hendry County Sheriffs Office.
Henderson was sentenced to a nine-month jail term in the Hendry County Jail
for two counts of grand theft auto. He was last seen wearing a black and
white jump suit.
The Hendry County Sheriffs Office and the Florida Department of Law
Enforcement is currently investigating the escape of James Robert Henderson
and a reward of $5,000 for information leading to the capture of Henderson.
An arrest warrant has been issued for Escape. Anyone with information
regarding the whereabouts of James Robert Henderson are urged to contact
Hendry County Sheriffs Office at (863) 674-4060 or (863) 983-1440, FDLE
Special Agent Scott Gibson at (863) 386-6085 or Crimestoppers at
Local Businessman Found Murdered
Release Date: January 3, 2005
On Thursday, December 30, 2004, at approximately 8:00 pm, Hendry County
Sheriffs Officials received a call reporting a possible homicide at 1650
SR29, LaBelle, Florida. Upon the arrival of Hendry County Deputies, they
found local businessman, 39-year-old Danny Woosley, inside his residence
lying on the floor from what appeared to be a gunshot wound. Deputies on
scene were also able to determine that the suspect(s) took Woosley's 1992
blue F-150 Ford pickup truck from the scene.
Early Sunday morning the victim's vehicle was recovered in rural Northern
Collier County. The vehicle is currently being processed as well as all
evidence found at the scene by the Florida Department of Law Enforcement.
At this time Investigators with the Hendry County Sheriffs Office are
following all tips and leads that are currently coming into the Sheriffs
Office. Investigators with the Hendry County Sheriffs Office are requesting
anyone with information regarding Robert James Henderson, contact Hendry
County Sheriffs Office at (863) 674-4060 or (863) 983-1440 or FDLE Special
Agent, Scott Gibson at (863) 386-6085 or Crimestoppers at 1-800-780-TIPS