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) wants to congratulate Deputy Steve Williams on being elected as the Vice President for the Florida Agricultural Crimes Intelligence Unit (FACIU).
“This is a great example of why the Domestic Violence ankle monitors are necessary and how they protect victims,” Sheriff Rick Staly said. “This guy was arrested, told exactly what the conditions of his release were, and still went back to the home anyway. Thanks to this technology, he is being held accountable. He is back in jail and the victim is not in danger.”
Dump Truck Stolen in Palm Coast, Runs Military Gate and Crashes at Mayport Naval Station in Jacksonville
“This guy appeared to be on a mission and wasn’t going to let anyone or anything stand in his way,” Sheriff Rick Staly said. “We still do not know his intent or what caused him to steal a heavy duty truck and try to force his way onto a Naval base. We appreciate the partnership with our neighboring agencies and our ability to work together to swiftly take this dangerous offender off the street.”
Routine Patrol by Volunteer COP and Resident Using 'See Something, Say Something' leads to Arrest of Wanted Flagler Fugitive
On June 5, management at the Bulow Camp Grounds approached a member of the Flagler County Sheriff’s Office (FCSO) Citizens Observer Patrol (COP) who was conducting a routine patrol in the campground. The Bulow Camp manager told the COP that there was a suspicious jeep parked on the camp property and that they had already asked the driver and passenger of the vehicle to leave but they refused.
“This is another great example of our agencies working together,” said Sheriff Rick Staly. “The suspect immediately told deputies that he was high on meth and cocaine. It is a miracle that no deputies, police officers, or other travelers on the roadway were hurt during the reckless driving of this suspect. I’m especially grateful that his efforts to injure my deputies failed. Criminals need to learn that if you commit crimes in Flagler County you will end up in the Green Roof Inn where you belong.”
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