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Man Attempted to Run Away then Punched Deputy to Avoid Arrest

Man Attempted to Run Away then Punched Deputy to Avoid Arrest

Aug 10, 2020 - “If you attack a Deputy Sheriff you are going to still go to jail but with more charges,” Sheriff Rick Staly said. “These are the types of unknowns that law enforcement deals with on a daily basis. You never know how someone will respond to an encounter with law enforcement and our deputies must be prepared for anything. Deputies did a great job of reading his attitude and responding as quickly and safely as possible while protecting themselves and not injuring the suspect.”

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FCSO Flagler County Sheriff’s Office K-9 Axle has received donation of body armor

FCSO Flagler County Sheriff’s Office K-9 Axle has received donation of body armor

Aug 5, 2020 - “We appreciate Vested Interest in K9s for providing this lifesaving vest for K-9 Axle,” Sheriff Rick Staly said. “This gives protection to K-9 Axle in the event of a criminal act and gives peace of mind to his handler, Deputy Beausoleil. The safety of our K-9 officers is extremely important and we are grateful for this generous donation.”

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FCSO Responds to "Swatting" Prank Calls

FCSO Responds to "Swatting" Prank Calls

Aug 4, 2020 - “Sometimes swatting calls are made to retaliate against someone for whatever reason and sometimes they are completely random. We have seen both recently in Palm Coast,” Sheriff Rick Staly said. “Unfortunately the types of calls are so serious that a large police response is required and there is no way for deputies or first responders to know that the call is fake until an investigation is completed. In the meantime, resources are diverted from other calls for service while they investigate a call that turns out to be a prank. It’s not funny and it is illegal and dangerous.”

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FCSO Unveils Impaired Driving Simulator Trailer

FCSO Unveils Impaired Driving Simulator Trailer

Aug 3, 2020 - “Impaired and distracted driving is not an issue that is unique to Flagler County. Unfortunately, people from all over the country make the decision to drive impaired every day,” Sheriff Staly said. “But what is unique is that here in Flagler County we are working to educate and engage the public in every way we can on the dangers of impaired and distracted driving before an accident or arrest occurs. I hope the FCSO Impaired Driving Simulator and the visual messaging on the trailer will encourage residents to drive sober and free from distractions and texting.”

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Lyft Driver Attacked by Passenger due to Anger over Plastic Partition Installed for COVID-19 Protection

Lyft Driver Attacked by Passenger due to Anger over Plastic Partition Installed for COVID-19 Protection

Aug 3, 2020 - “This was a very dangerous situation for not only the people inside the vehicle but for the other motorists on the roadway,” Sheriff Rick Staly said. “This drunk attacked an innocent driver and put numerous lives in danger. These rider-share services can quickly become dangerous and drivers should be cautious of who they let in their vehicle. Thankfully the video recording device captured the entire incident and he went to jail.”

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Sheriff's Inmate Work Crew Fills Sandbags for Residents in Preparation for Hurricane Isaias

Sheriff's Inmate Work Crew Fills Sandbags for Residents in Preparation for Hurricane Isaias

Jul 31, 2020 - “If you are in need of sand bags and would like assistance in filling the bags and loading them into your vehicle, the Sheriff’s Inmate Work Crew is here to help,” Sheriff Staly said. “The crew will be available Friday and Saturday from noon to 5pm.”

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UPDATE: Man Who Pulled Gun on Deputies and was Shot Faces Additional Felonies - Warrants Served in Jail

UPDATE: Man Who Pulled Gun on Deputies and was Shot Faces Additional Felonies - Warrants Served in Jail

Jul 30, 2020 - “This suspect is a convicted felon that shouldn’t have even had a gun to begin with,” Sheriff Rick Staly said. “Now he faces these additional charges for the additional crimes he committed that night. This case could have ended with a Deputy seriously injured or killed and I am very thankful the deputies survived this encounter with a dangerous felon.”

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Juvenile Arrested for Concealing a Firearm during a Traffic Stop

Juvenile Arrested for Concealing a Firearm during a Traffic Stop

Jul 29, 2020 - “A juvenile with a gun and drugs is a recipe for a disaster,” Sheriff Rick Staly said. “His criminal history at just 16 years old shows that he need immediate and strong intervention if he’s going to turn his life around. I hope that the courts and DJJ are able to get him the help that he desperately needs to get his life on the right path. This was another great job by our P.A.C.E. Unit”

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Sheriff Staly Elected to Join FSA Board of Directors

Sheriff Staly Elected to Join FSA Board of Directors

Jul 29, 2020 - “It is an honor to be selected to serve on the FSA Board alongside my peers,” Sheriff Staly said. “I welcome the opportunity to help guide the efforts and direction of the Florida Sheriffs Association and its 67 member Sheriffs.”

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FCSO Employees Donate Nearly $20,000 to Florida Sheriffs Youth Ranches

FCSO Employees Donate Nearly $20,000 to Florida Sheriffs Youth Ranches

Jul 28, 2020 - “It was my honor to present this donation on behalf of the men and women of the Flagler County Sheriff’s Office,” Sheriff Staly said. “This money will be used to continue the great work being done by the Florida Sheriff’s Youth Ranches for our youth throughout Florida.”

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