Long-time Public Safety Telecommunicator Cherie Doggett retired after 30 years of service
FCSO and FDAC Warn Residents of Gas Pump Skimmers
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Text-to-911 is Available in Flagler County
In September of 2015, the Flagler County Sheriff’s Office (FCSO) partnered with the Florida Attorney General’s Office to form a Seniors vs. Crime Unit, a free program aimed to help prevent senior citizens from falling prey to criminals. Since then, the program has assisted in 414 cases and recovered a total of $705,113.44 for Flagler County’s seniors.
“Rather than let us handle the investigation in a civil manner, this woman actively fought our deputies and bit one deputy resulting in a trip to the hospital,” Sheriff Rick Staly said. “If you attack my deputies you will not win and you will go to the Green Roof Inn facing serious charges. This is a prime example of how dangerous domestic violence calls are for our deputies to handle. Thankfully the deputy was not seriously injured by her actions.”
“This is a dangerous individual who needs to be taken off the streets as soon as possible,” Sheriff Rick Staly said. “Anyone with information on his whereabouts is encouraged to call the Sheriff’s Office or CrimeStoppers as soon as possible.”
“I am honored to serve as Vice President supporting and representing the hard-working men and women of Sheriff’s Offices throughout Florida,” Sheriff Staly said. “All employees and volunteers of FCSO are members of the FDSA and one employee has already benefited from the ‘Lend a Hand’ program during their time of need.”
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