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“I have supported the Florida Sheriff’s Youth Ranches for many years and served on its Board of Directors for the last four years,” Sheriff Staly said. “Being elected as the Board Chairman with an organization I firmly believe is doing so much good for our youth is a privilege. I looking forward to continuing my volunteer efforts as Chairman of the Board and supporting the FSYR team as we ‘mend lives and heal hearts’ of our youth together.”
“I want to start by commending our team on a job well done this weekend,” Sheriff Rick Staly said. “Not only did these two wreak havoc throughout the community by dangerously firing BB guns at incident bystanders, but they caused a great deal of resources to be tied up for hours investigating a false report of a bomb and the various shootings. They are very lucky that they didn’t cause any serious injuries, however, they damaged two vehicles and instilled fear in many people through their actions. I hope they turn their life around and the courts teach them a serious and strong lesson.”
Yesterday, Sheriff Rick Staly visited three local schools to present three exceptional students with awards for being “Great Kids” for the month of February 2021.
“Our team immediately recognized that this man was having a mental health episode but was still armed and they began working to de-escalate the situation and continued to do so throughout the entire night until he was safely taken into custody,” Sheriff Rick Staly said. “This situation could have turned deadly, but the through our defensive tactics and techniques training and de-escalation crisis intervention training the incident was peacefully resolved with no one getting hurt, even if it did take about 8 hours.”
“Our detectives did a great job in locating this suspect and returning the stolen property,“ Sheriff Rick Staly said. “We are continuing to investigate the other thefts and asking the community to contact us if they recognize this vehicle or these suspects.”
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