Career Criminal Steals Construction Equipment And Causes Thousands Of Dollars In Damage
FCSO Late Night Patrols Lead to Arrests of Drug Dealers
Undercover Operation Leads to Closing of Bunnell Drug House, Bust Lands 3 Dealers Behind Bars
Road Rage Sees Man Bring Knife to a Gun Fight, Video Tells The Story
An off-duty detective who carried two children from a burning vehicle and six additional sworn members who braved heavy rain to pull a woman out of a sinking vehicle are among those who received the Flagler County Sheriff’s Office (FCSO) Medal Of Merit during the agency’s Second Quarter 2022 Awards Ceremony on August 11, 2022 at the Kim C. Hammond Justice Center in Bunnell.
A 33-year-old Palm Coast woman faces three felony charges after witnesses saw her shave a juvenile family member’s head, write derogatory words on her face and shove a metal bar in her mouth over sexually explicit photographs found on that family member’s phone and then resisted and attacked deputies who were investigating.
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