WARRANT WEDNESDAY: Justin Esposito & Kristina Nicole Perkins

Polk County Sheriff’s Office – Justin Esposito

Hey everybody, Tuesday, January 23rd is Justin Esposito’s 27th birthday, and we want to throw him a surprise birthday party at the Polk County Jail. But first, we need to find him.

Justin Esposito is currently wanted on warrants for: Grand Theft, Weapons Violations, Breaking a Fence, Possession of a Vehicle with Altered VIN, and Resisting.

Additionally, Justin is a person of interest in some other illegal activity.

Justin Esposito is about 6-feet tall and 185-pounds. His last known address is on Sharon Hill Court, just off of Thornhill Road (west of Winter Haven).

Justin’s jail-themed birthday party will include fingerprinting (kind of like finger-painting), a birthday Glamour Shot-esque photo, a special birthday meal, and a room for him to relax in following his party.

If you have any information regarding the whereabouts of Justin Esposito, please contact Deputy John London of the Polk County Sheriff’s Office at 863-297-1100 or If you wish to remain anonymous, contact Heartland Crime Stoppers in one of four ways:
• CALL 1-888-400 TIPS (8477)
• DIAL **TIPS from your cell phone
• VISIT www.heartlandcrimestoppers.com and click on “Submit A Tip,”
• DOWNLOAD the free “P3tips” app on your smartphone or tablet.


DeSoto County Sheriff’s Office – Kristina Nicole Perkins

The DeSoto County Sheriff’s Office needs your help in locating Kristina Nicole Perkins. She’s currently wanted on 3 active warrants. It’s time to bring her to justice!

Charges include:
– Burglary of Unoccupied Dwelling
– Grand theft $10k or more
– Extortion

Our community’s safety is our top priority, and we need your assistance to locate Perkins. Your information could be crucial in resolving these outstanding warrants. If you have any information regarding her whereabouts, please contact the DeSoto County Sheriff’s Office at 863-993-4700 or submit an anonymous tip through SWFL Crime Stoppers at 1-800-780-TIPS. Your cooperation is crucial to help us ensure the safety of our community.

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