FCSO and FDAC Warn Residents of Gas Pump Skimmers
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“I am proud of these children for coming forward and reporting the abuse before it could get any worse,” Sheriff Rick Staly said. “All children should know that they can approach a trusted teacher, school resource deputy, or call us for help. Parents have the right to discipline their children but it must be done appropriately and without violence. I hope that this is a wakeup call for the parents to learn proper parenting and appropriate child discipline. I hope the families get the help they need from DCF.”
FCSO Partners with Commissioner of Agriculture to Warn Residents of Gas Pump Skimmers this Holiday Season
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On July 2, 2019, the Flagler County Sheriff’s Office (FCSO) responded to 100 Dunson Estates Road in Bunnell, FL, in reference to a weapons complaint.
On July 2, 2019 the Flagler County Sheriff’s Office (FCSO) responded to a call for a sex offense. During the investigation, the 11-year-old victim told deputies that she had been inappropriately touched for over a year by 53-year-old Phillip Martin (DOB 2/22/1966), a former boyfriend of the child’s now deceased mother.
“She came to court with meth in her pocket?” Sheriff Rick Staly said. “Our security system at the courthouse worked. She obviously needs help and has not learned from her past mistakes. I hope this is a wakeup call to turn her life around and seek treatment for her addiction.”
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