FCSO Saves Juvenile Trying to Jump Off Palm Coast Parkway & I-95 Bridge on Father’s Day
Multiple Charges for Felon Who Battered a Woman and Stole Her Car
Multiple Charges for Ex-Felon Who Attempted to Flee from Deputies in Stolen Car
The Flagler County Sheriff’s Office (FCSO) 14-month investigation leads to the arrest warrants of 24 drug dealers. After a sweep this morning, FCSO’s Operation “Winter Wonder Cells” resulted in 20 arrests. FCSO is still searching for the remaining four drugs dealers wanted in this operation.
Sheriff Staly, FCSO Deputies and Bunnell Police Officers Recover Stolen Truck Local and Arrest the Thief
On January 19, 2022, the Flagler County Sheriff’s Office (FCSO) received a call about a stolen vehicle from a Palm Coast business after employees arrived to work to find a locked file cabinet had been broken into and a company vehicle was missing. The suspect, later identified as Robert Lewis (DOB: 3/3/1991), did not show up for work and had deposited multiple checks into his bank account from the business that were unauthorized or written by the business.
What began as an interstate chase of a stolen car reaching speeds of 95 MPH came to an end this weekend thanks in part to a new K-9 team, Sheriff Staly, deputies from Flagler and Volusia County, VCSO’s AirOne, Florida Highway Patrol (FHP) and the latest in high-tech crime fighting technology.
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