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Operation Unmasked Nets 24 Drug Dealers

Operation Unmasked Nets 24 Drug Dealers

Sep 10, 2020 - “Today, we ‘unmasked’ the drug dealers to ‘stop the spread’ of their poison,” Sheriff Rick Staly. “This is a reminder to poison peddlers in Flagler County that we are watching you and so are your neighbors. Many tips were sent in by community members who followed the ‘see something, say something’ initiative and notified us when they saw suspicious activity or knew of drug dealers in our county. I thank them for their partnership in cleaning up their neighborhoods. Our detectives did a phenomenal job following up on all leads and getting these drug dealers off the streets. Over 12,000 lives were potentially saved as a result of their hard work. We also appreciate the partnership with the State Attorney’s Office in prosecuting these dope dealers. Now let’s put them away for a long time, especially those that continue their drug dealing ways after being arrested many times.”

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Dispatcher and Deputies Save Two Lives Over Labor Day Weekend One Hour Apart

Dispatcher and Deputies Save Two Lives Over Labor Day Weekend One Hour Apart

Sep 9, 2020 - “9-1-1 is the number you call in your darkest hour and it is the voice on the other end of the line that can help you through whatever situation you are facing,” Sheriff Rick Staly said. “In these cases, McKenzie was able to not only calm the callers down enough to listen to the instructions, but she was also able to count with them to ensure they were doing compressions as often as required. Already this year she has helped save four lives. She is a true hero and a great partner with our deputies in the field.”

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Increased Patrols on Roads and Waterways Over Labor Day Weekend Shows Results

Increased Patrols on Roads and Waterways Over Labor Day Weekend Shows Results

Sep 8, 2020 - “Thanks to our traffic, marine, motors, and patrol deputies and our Communications Center teams, we had a relatively safe Labor Day weekend in Flagler County,” Sheriff Staly said. “Despite our enforcement and education initiatives, a couple of drivers decided to drive under the influence and ended up in the Green Roof Inn instead of enjoying their long weekend of freedom. These holiday operations are a great educational tool to remind everyone to drive and boat safely.”

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Name That K-9! Flagler Sheriff Asks Public to Help Name FCSO’s Newest K-9

Name That K-9! Flagler Sheriff Asks Public to Help Name FCSO’s Newest K-9

Sep 8, 2020 - The Flagler County Sheriff’s Office is asking for the public’s help in naming our newest K-9 partner who is joining the agency following the retirement of K-9 Valor.

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Drive Sober or Get Pulled Over This Labor Day Weekend

Drive Sober or Get Pulled Over This Labor Day Weekend

Sep 4, 2020 - “Labor Day marks the ending of summer and the beginning of a new season,” said Sheriff Rick Staly. “Take some time to relax and enjoy the long weekend, but make sure to plan for a sober ride home before you even leave the house. There is no excuse for driving under the influence of alcohol or drugs. Also, remember to social distance to help slow the spread of COVID-19.”

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UPDATE: Former Deputy Varnes Arrested for Additional Aggravated Stalking Case

UPDATE: Former Deputy Varnes Arrested for Additional Aggravated Stalking Case

Aug 28, 2020 - “This is an instance of a rouge officer tarnishing the badge,” Sheriff Rick Staly said. “This type of behavior is not acceptable and will not be tolerated and to see that he has done it on more than one occasion is appalling. He is an embarrassment to the law enforcement profession and deserves to go to prison. We are doing everything we can to have the state revoke his law enforcement certificate.”

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Sheriff Staly Hosts 3rd Annual ‘Addressing Crime Together’ Community Meeting Virtually via FCSO’s Facebook LIVE

Sheriff Staly Hosts 3rd Annual ‘Addressing Crime Together’ Community Meeting Virtually via FCSO’s Facebook LIVE

Aug 27, 2020 - Sheriff Staly Hosts 3rd Annual ‘Addressing Crime Together’ Community Meeting Virtually via FCSO’s Facebook LIVE

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First In-Person Criminal Jury Trial Since COVID-19 Court Shut-down Results in Guilty Verdict on all Charges

First In-Person Criminal Jury Trial Since COVID-19 Court Shut-down Results in Guilty Verdict on all Charges

Aug 26, 2020 - “I am glad that we were able to get this case tried by a jury of his peers even in the midst of a global pandemic so justice can be served,” Sheriff Rick Staly said following the trial. “He put countless lives in danger on that day over a year ago by his very dangerous driving of a stolen car and it is time for him to face the penalty. I appreciate the partnership with the State Attorney, the Clerk’s Office and the Public Defender’s Office for making this trial happen.”

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Media Advisory: Sheriff Staly Hosting Virtual ‘Addressing Crime Together’ Meeting on Agency’s Facebook Page

Media Advisory: Sheriff Staly Hosting Virtual ‘Addressing Crime Together’ Meeting on Agency’s Facebook Page

Aug 26, 2020 - Any media wishing to attend the meeting in-person can join us in the courtroom where social distancing and mask wearing will be required.

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FCSO Investigating Shooting at Vehicle Audio Business

FCSO Investigating Shooting at Vehicle Audio Business

Aug 24, 2020 - “There were numerous witnesses to this shooting,” Sheriff Rick Staly said. “At this point, detectives are still piecing together the sequence of events but preliminary information indicates this may be a ‘stand your ground’ case with a convicted felon that illegally had a stolen firearm. More information will be released as the investigation continues.” Based on the preliminary investigation no arrests have been made at this time. The investigation is ongoing.

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