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FCSO Court & Detention Division Chief Selected to Present at National Forum on Opioid Abuse

FCSO Court & Detention Division Chief Selected to Present at National Forum on Opioid Abuse

“Chief Engert has already proven to be an asset to the Flagler County Sheriff’s Office and we are very proud of this honor to have him represent us at the 2020 Comprehensive Opioid Abuse Program National Forum,” Sheriff Rick Staly said. “He is a recognized expert in corrections and inmate rehabilitation at the state and national level so it is no surprise that he would be asked to participate in such a critical discussion in our nation’s capital. One of the reasons I selected Chief Engert as our new Court and Detention Services Chief was to have him implement similar successful programs in our detention facility.”

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FCSO Shuts Down another Drug House Resulting in the Arrest of Two Green Roof Inn Frequent Flyers

FCSO Shuts Down another Drug House Resulting in the Arrest of Two Green Roof Inn Frequent Flyers

The Flagler County Sheriff’s Office (FCSO) Special Investigations Unit (SIU) served a Narcotics Search Warrant at the residence of 104 South Anderson Street, Bunnell. The Flagler County Sheriff's Office SWAT Team and the Bunnell Police Department assisted with the warrant service.

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FCSO K-9 Unit Receives Lifesaving Med-Kit Backpacks

FCSO K-9 Unit Receives Lifesaving Med-Kit Backpacks

The Flagler County Sheriff’s Office (FCSO) K-9 Unit has received lifesaving medical equipment through Protecting K-9 Heroes, an organization dedicated to reducing K-9 line of duty deaths.

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Deputies Taken Felon and Accomplice into Custody after Threatening to Kill Woman, Hiding From Law Enforcement

Deputies Taken Felon and Accomplice into Custody after Threatening to Kill Woman, Hiding From Law Enforcement

“I’m proud of our team, especially our crisis negotiators, for working swiftly to take these two into custody safely and without any injuries,” Sheriff Rick Staly said. “This guy is a dangerous convicted felon and had no business having access to any type of weapon. We’re very glad that he was not able to physically harm the victims in this case or our deputies. I hope the courts take a look at his long criminal history and send him to prison where he belongs.”

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