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    Seriously what is the Sheriffs name???

    Guys be serious for a minute and answer this question.
    What is the Sheriff’s real name?
    Is it Gregory Scott-Toney
    Or. Gregory Toney
    Or. Gregory Tony

    What was it on his birth certificate and social security card. It appears his real name is either Gregory Scott-Toney or Gregory Toney.
    It looks like he changed it when he came to Florida to throw off investigators so he could get hired at Coral Springs and they would not find his criminal past.

    But can we at least get a confirmation on his real name? How can we have a Sheriff using an alias?

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    Quote Originally Posted by Unregistered View Post
    Guys be serious for a minute and answer this question.
    What is the Sheriff’s real name?
    Is it Gregory Scott-Toney
    Or. Gregory Toney
    Or. Gregory Tony

    What was it on his birth certificate and social security card. It appears his real name is either Gregory Scott-Toney or Gregory Toney.
    It looks like he changed it when he came to Florida to throw off investigators so he could get hired at Coral Springs and they would not find his criminal past.

    But can we at least get a confirmation on his real name? How can we have a Sheriff using an alias?
    It’s Sheriff Jig a Boo.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Unregistered View Post
    Guys be serious for a minute and answer this question.
    What is the Sheriff’s real name?
    Is it Gregory Scott-Toney
    Or. Gregory Toney
    Or. Gregory Tony

    What was it on his birth certificate and social security card. It appears his real name is either Gregory Scott-Toney or Gregory Toney.
    It looks like he changed it when he came to Florida to throw off investigators so he could get hired at Coral Springs and they would not find his criminal past.

    But can we at least get a confirmation on his real name? How can we have a Sheriff using an alias?
    Well on the skreeets people be calling him Django the mandingo sausage slonger!! But dats a skreet name

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    Roun heeer at BSO we hide from sheriff hot head.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Unregistered View Post
    Guys be serious for a minute and answer this question.
    What is the Sheriff’s real name?
    Is it Gregory Scott-Toney
    Or. Gregory Toney
    Or. Gregory Tony

    What was it on his birth certificate and social security card. It appears his real name is either Gregory Scott-Toney or Gregory Toney.
    It looks like he changed it when he came to Florida to throw off investigators so he could get hired at Coral Springs and they would not find his criminal past.

    But can we at least get a confirmation on his real name? How can we have a Sheriff using an alias?
    That’s a question for Ron Desantis.

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    Let’s see he’s a got his street gang name, club bliss stage name, government ID name as used in police applications, birth certificate name his parents gave him, jail house name, bleed kit bank account name name for that money, and then there’s a name with a professional title of Doctor. Not sure where that came from, most likely doctored it no pun intended to get that adjunct professor job Basically we don’t really who the phuck this guy is. I mean we know but we don’t know if you know what I mean. Anyway, the good news is the Governor doesn’t even know him either!!!!! How wonderful.

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    Why are Toney’s people trying to bury this thread? The Toney fluffers are on here constantly but they can’t answer a simple question.
    What year did Gregory Toney change his name to Gregory Tony???

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    He used the “Philadelphia Rule”. When you’re a gang member and shoot someone you get one free name change.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Unregistered View Post
    He used the “Philadelphia Rule”. When you’re a gang member and shoot someone you get one free name change.
    Actually that’s not true, in reality you need to petition the court, fill out paperwork, provide a finger print card and post the name change in the newspaper.

    This should be available through a public records request. But I don’t believe “Toney” told Coral Springs or FDLE about this change.
    Toney also said in his application he was only fingerprinted for his Law Enforcement application. We know this is false as he was fingerprinted when he was charged with murder. And if he did actually legally change his name he was fingerprinted for that also.

    https://family.findlaw.com/marriage/...your-name.html

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    Read the last sentence

    Steps to Legally Change Your Name

    Petition to change your name by filling out a name change form, an order to show cause for legally changing your name, and a decree to legally change your name.
    Take these forms to the court clerk and file them along with your state's required filing fees.
    In most cases, a judge or magistrate will review your forms and grant the name change.
    Some states require a more formal advertisement before you use your new name, which is done simply by posting a notice in the local newspaper.
    Use your new name.
    Using Your New Name

    The most important thing to do to legally change your name is to start using your new name. You can do this by:

    Introducing yourself using your new name
    Filling out forms and applications under your new name
    Telling your family and friends to only refer to you by your new name
    Informing your school, employer, and other institutions of your new name (some institutions may require legal documentation of your name change).
    Be sure to check the requirements in your state by visiting your state government's website or calling your court clerk.

    In most states, it's a rather simple process to change your name through the court system. In fact, most state government websites have forms online that you can print and use. The questions on the forms are very straightforward and may include your old name, new name, Social Security number, the reason for your name change, and a promise that you are not changing your name to escape debt or criminal liability.

    Criminal Liability does that sound familiar Toney....... I mean Tony???

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