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2020 Law Enforcement Memorial Ceremony
2019 Year In Review
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“This is not a Flagler County problem, it is a statewide and a nationwide problem,” Sheriff Rick Staly said. “To help prevent these thefts, park your vehicle in the garage if possible or in a well-lit area. It is also beneficial to invest in a vehicle alarm system or have home or business security cameras that cover the area where the vehicle is being parked. Remember, if you see something suspicious say something so a Deputy can respond to investigate.”
“Unfortunately this is a very difficult year and that has caused us to postpone the awards ceremony multiple times,” Sheriff Rick Staly said. “The members of this agency work extremely hard to serve this community and they deserve to be recognized. I am very proud of everyone and it is my honor to give them the awards they have earned. Thank you to our wonderful team for doing such a great job!”
This morning, Sheriff Rick Staly visited three local schools to present three exceptional students with awards for being “Great Kids” for the month of November 2020. This is the first round of ‘Great Kid Awards’ that the Sheriff has been able to present for the 2020-2021 school year due to the COVID-19 pandemic.
“These individuals are now persons of interest in a capital crime and are wanted fugitives from Polk County,” Sheriff Rick Staly said. “Thanks to an alert Flagler Deputy and good police work by our deputies and detectives, Polk County authorities now have solid leads to continue their investigation. These brothers should be considered armed and dangerous. While we do not believe they are in Flagler County any longer, if you see either of them please call us immediately and do not approach them.”
“Our deputies and detectives had residents coming up to them during the search warrant to thank them for cleaning up the apartment complex,” Sheriff Rick Staly said. “If you have a drug business in Flagler County we are going to arrest you and close it down. My advice is to change careers or move out of Flagler County. We again thank the community for ‘seeing something, saying something’ and immediately reporting it to law enforcement.”
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