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The FCSO takes these cases seriously and will continue to monitor the addresses of all sexual offenders in the county. These laws are designed to protect children from becoming victims and allow law enforcement to know where sexual offenders are living to ensure compliance.
On September 13th, 2019, Flagler County Sheriff’s Office (FCSO) Deputies attempted to locate Andre Watkins (DOB 10/31/1979) for a Sexual Offender address verification. Watkins, who recently bonded out of jail on a charge unrelated to his Sexual Offender status, claimed that he would be residing in the woods behind the Walmart in Palm Coast until he could establish a permanent residence.
On September 16, 2019, an arrest warrant was signed by Judge France for eight counts of Promoting Sexual Performance by a Child. The warrant was served to Leonard while he was still incarcerated in the Sheriff Perry Hall Inmate Detention Facility. The bond was set at $120,000.
Two Car Burglaries and Two Attempted Burglaries Solved and a Stolen Vehicle Recovered after Deputies Discover Suspect with Stolen Property
“We may never know why he chose Flagler County to commit his crimes but I am glad that our deputies were able to locate him and get him off our streets before he could prey on even more victims,” Sheriff Rick Staly said. “We continually push the #9PMroutine on our social media sites, which is a reminder for residents to lock their doors to their vehicles and homes at night to help prevent themselves from becoming a victim. While we hope that people would not try to take things that don’t belong to them, you can help prevent crime and protect yourself by keeping your valuables secure and keeping your doors locked.”
Joy Ride Ends at Green Roof Inn when Two Men Threaten Employee at Palm Coast McDonald’s with Stolen Handgun
The man working at the drive-thru window called dispatch and stated that two customers displayed a firearm in a threatening manner from inside of their vehicle, a gray Ford sedan, after complaining that their food was cold. The customers demanded that the order be remade and told the employee that they “do not play” when it comes to their food while waving a handgun towards him. The employee remained calm and told the men that he would remake the order. He then went to the back of the restaurant and called 9-1-1.
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