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A Graduation Message from the Sheriff
FCSO Teaches Manatee Safety
Text-to-911 is Available in Flagler County
The Flagler County Sheriff’s Office (FCSO) received a tip on Saturday, October 19, that a high school homecoming after party was planned to take place later that night and involved minors being served alcohol. A flyer that was circulating on social media was shared with deputies which stated that “Kendall’s HOCO After Party” was on October 19th at 11 p.m. with $2 shots and $4 mixed drinks and to BYOW (Bring your Own Weed) and BYOB (Bring your own booze).
Flagler County residents can discard unused or expired medications during the 2018 National Prescription Drug Take-Back Day event scheduled for Saturday, October 26, from 10 a.m. until 2 p.m. at four locations across the county. Flagler County Sheriff’s Deputies will staff the locations as part of the event organized by the Federal Drug Enforcement Administration (DEA).
Sheriff Rick Staly identified Domestic Violence as a community problem after becoming Sheriff in 2017 and launched a Domestic Violence Task Force to find a community driven solution. The task force has been meeting regularly since with the most recent meeting taking place on Thursday, October 17 at the Kim C. Hammond Justice Center.
The 27th Annual Biketoberfest runs October 17-20, 2019 and Sheriff Rick Staly has authorized increased patrols countywide with a focus on A1A and US1. Biketoberfest is an annual motorcycle rally hosted in Daytona Beach and is expected to draw more than 125,000 visitors. Many visitors pass through Flagler County or attend events at venues along A1A, US1, and SR 100.
The Flagler County Chapter of the National Society of the Sons of the American Revolution (SAR) presented Sheriff Rick Staly with the Law Enforcement Commendation Medal and Certificate for being an outstanding Law Enforcement Officer who has served with distinction and devotion in the field of Law Enforcement.
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