K-9 JAX'S FINAL CALL
Poison Peddler’s Daytona North Drug House Permanently Closed for Business by FCSO Legal Action
FCSO Hosts Successful Shop With A Cop 2022
Reckless Driver Flees, Drives on Rims, Crashes in Volusia
Early Thursday, March 23, 2023, a female driving a Ford Mustang fled from an attempted traffic stop. The vehicle was traveling at such a high rate of speed southbound on US-1 that deputies were unable to get into a safe position to deploy stop sticks before the vehicle entered I-95 northbound. Deputies positioned themselves at the I-95 exits in case the vehicle exited. Deputy Quintieri observed the vehicle exit I-95 onto SR 100 at a high rate of speed and attempted to stop the vehicle but the driver refused to stop, fleeing at over 100 mph.
Unlawful Occupants of Palm Coast Drug House Trespassed by Property Owner, FCSO
Eight unlawful occupants of a known Palm Coast drug house have been permanently trespassed from the property following legal action by FCSO and the property owners. The unlawful occupants of the residence were removed and issued trespassing warnings yesterday morning (3/21/23) and are not allowed to be on or in the property at 30 Black Hawk Place ever again.
K-9 Unit and Behavioral Response Unit Teach at Bringing the Lost Home Summit in Tallahassee, FL
Corporal Troy Cavas and K-9 Holmes and Mental Health Specialists Teresa Shaw and Megan Ionadi taught other K-9 teams at the Bringing the Lost Home Summit in Tallahassee, Florida. The summit expanded on the Bringing the Lost Home training that FCSO recently hosted in Flagler County.
Palm Coast Man Arrested After Hours-Long Stand-Off with FCSO SWAT Team
On March 19, 2023, FCSO deputies responded to Ricker Place in Palm Coast in reference to an armed domestic disturbance. The reporting party explained that a male, later identified as 56-year-old Luis Ramirez, was intoxicated and had fired one round from a pistol within the home.
Flagler County Sheriff’s Explorers Attend FSEA Spring Delegates Meeting
Over the weekend of March 17–19, the Flagler County Sheriff’s Explorers attended the Florida Sheriff’s Explorers Association (FSEA) Spring State Delegates hosted by the Osceola County Sheriff’s Office. Over the three-day event, Explorers competed against Explorers Posts from other counties, took part in training classes, and participated in networking activities.
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