Flagler County Sheriff Rick Staly Shuts Down Bunnell Drug House
Two Men Arrested For Stealing Used Cooking Oil
Man Pulls Gun On Deputy Sheriff During Traffic Stop
Charges Upgraded to 1st Degree Murder and New Charge of Sexual Battery Added After Georgia Man Killed Family Member, Battering Another and Attacking Deputies
Additional charges have been added against Luke Ingram, 19, accused of murdering an elderly family member earlier this month in Palm Coast. Ingram, who was originally arrested for second degree murder, was indicted the Grand Jury for first degree murder on November 28th. He was also charged with sexual battery with a deadly weapon by the Flagler County Grand Jury. Ingram is believed to have sexually battered the elderly relative while the relative was in the process of dying. During an autopsy on November 9, the cause of death was determined to be blunt force trauma and manual strangulation.
Flagler Sheriff’s Children’s Charities, a tax-deductible 501(c)(3) charity established by Sheriff Rick Staly in 2020, will be hosting its ‘Shop With A Cop’ event on December 2, 2022, at the Palm Coast Walmart (174 Cypress Point Parkway). Each pay period, FCSO employees have the ability to donate to the Flagler Sheriff’s Children’s Charities and for 2022, FCSO personnel have donated a total of $18,912.92 towards the Shop With a Cop program. This donation is up from the $15,776.83 donated by FCSO personnel in 2021.
Weekend Roundup November 18-21: Sex Offender Re-Arrested, Inmate Exposes Himself to Female Deputies, Pervert Records Female in Bathroom
A Palm Coast man who shot at several people within a Palm Coast bar and several perverts who preyed on females within Flagler County are among 14 people taken to the Green Roof Inn during a busy weekend for the Flagler County Sheriff’s Office (FCSO). 875 calls for service were handled between 6:00 a.m. Friday (November 18, 2022) and 6:00 a.m. Monday (November 21, 2022) along with 191 traffic stops according to Sheriff Staly. “Unfortunately, several perverts were out and about within Flagler County this weekend,” Sheriff Staly added. “Two of them are currently in the Green Roof Inn, and the third will be as soon as we are able to identify them.” Below is a summary of the more notable incidents from the weekend.
A Palm Coast man has been arrested after discharging a firearm within Smiles Nite Club on November 20. Flagler County Sheriff’s Deputies responded to Smiles Nite Club located at 9 Palm Harbor Village Way after 911 callers advised someone had been firing a gun inside the bar.
The Flagler County Sheriff’s Office (FCSO) Special Investigations Unit (SIU) served a narcotics search warrant at 2676 Redwood Street, Bunnell, on November 16. The search warrant stemmed from a previous undercover operation conducted by the SIU.
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