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“This situation should have never escalated to the point of a juvenile needing to be airlifted to the hospital for a stab wound over a social media fight! Really?” Sheriff Rick Staly said. “Thankfully this was an isolated incident and our team did a great job in quickly pulling resources, videos, and interviewing witnesses to track down the suspects and take the defendant into custody. We hope the victim has a speedy recovery. Parents, talk to your kids and teach them that violence is not a solution to an argument.”
FCSO Assists FHP with Reckless Driver on I-95 Who Crashed and Fled From Deputies, Arrested and Taken to the Green Roof Inn
The Flagler County Sheriff’s Office (FCSO) received a call from the Florida Highway Patrol (FHP) on January 14 at 2:33 a.m. regarding a tan Ford Explorer with an Alabama tag driving recklessly on Interstate 95 Southbound in Flagler County. This same vehicle had previously been in St. Johns County and narrowly missed running into a St. Johns County Sheriff’s Office (SJCSO) deputy.
“Often these are difficult cases to make and I am very proud of our investigative team for building the case and arresting him before he could hurt this child any further,” Sheriff Rick Staly said. “It is sickening that he would take advantage of this child while she was living in his house without her mother present. I hope this child is able to get the help she needs to recover as crimes like this can have lifelong effects.”
“These guys have not yet learned to get out of the drug trade, so they got a reminder yesterday when our deputies and detectives paid them a visit,” Sheriff Rick Staly said. “We hope they close their drug business for good as other businesses and neighbors should not have to deal with the criminal element and other crimes that usually occur around drug dealing.”
“The diligent efforts of FCSO SIU Detectives, P.A.C.E Detectives, and K-9 Unit put a stop to Jackson’s attempts to operate as a smooth criminal,” Sheriff Rick Staly said. “Maybe his time back in jail will convince him to turn from his criminal ways.”
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