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Flagler County Dispatcher Selected as Florida State Elks Association Law Enforcement Support Employee of the Year Award
The Flagler County Sheriff’s Office (FCSO) is proud to announce that Flagler County Dispatcher McKenzie Davis has been selected as the 2020 Florida State Elks Associations Law Enforcement Support Employee of the Year!
“This event is a very important and necessary opportunity to allow Flagler County residents to clear their homes of unused or expired medications,” Sheriff Rick Staly said. “Keeping medications in your possession that you no longer use can be very dangerous, and doesn’t need to be stored in your home. If you do not need medications, please dispose of them properly and safely by utilizing the National Prescription Drug Take-Back program.”
On April 15, the Flagler County Sheriff’s Office (FCSO) responded to 1730 Berrybush Street after dispatchers received a call from a neighbor who said they could hear gunshots coming from inside the home.
“This conviction highlights the incredible job accomplished by our detectives, with Sergeant Frank Gamarra taking the lead,” Sheriff Rick Staly said. “The work done to build this case was incredible and commendable. Thank you to our federal partners for working with us to bring justice to the victim and send Farrelly to prison for 30 years. If you prey on children, we will do everything we can to build strong cases to send you away for a very long time!”
“This guy is lucky that he didn’t kill the victim and that he’s not in jail for murder,” Sheriff Rick Staly said. “The vehicle is the deadly weapon in this case and if you’ve seen the video, it is hard to believe that the victim walked away with minor injuries. Great work by our team in locating him and getting him behind bars before he can hurt anyone else. I hope this is a lesson to everyone else that this type of behavior will not be tolerated in Flagler County and we will continue investigating incidents like this until all offenders are arrested and behind bars.”
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