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
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.
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.”
“Thankfully this dangerous offender is off the streets and behind bars where he belongs,” Sheriff Rick Staly said following the arrest. “We appreciate our partnership with the FDLE and the DBPD and their assistance in this arrest. He will soon be in the Green Roof Inn where he can’t hurt anyone and I hope he quickly makes his way to prison.”
“It is very unfortunate that a person who showed interest in becoming a law enforcement officer would make threats of this kind. That is not a type of behavior tolerated by our Sheriff’s Explorers or anyone else for that matter,” Sheriff Rick Staly said. “I commend the parent who was doing the right thing and monitoring their child’s activity on their phone and saw this message and reported it. This type of parenting should be praised. We hope this student gets the help that she is crying out for.”
“Thankfully no one was hurt during this interaction. This situation could have gone a lot differently,” Sheriff Rick Staly said. “Our deputies never know what they may encounter, even on a routine security check. I continually remind them to think tactically and dress for survival. Guns, drugs, and felons don’t mix.”
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