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Recently Released Felon Arrested for Selling Fentanyl, Cocaine Outside Carver Gym

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Weekend Roundup June 8-9

Weekend Roundup June 8-9

“See Something, Say Something” and Proactive Patrols Lead to Arrests

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CASE UPDATE: Man Sentenced to State Prison for July 2023 Child Kidnapping

CASE UPDATE: Man Sentenced to State Prison for July 2023 Child Kidnapping

An ongoing kidnapping investigation that began nearly one year ago has resulted in various convictions.

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CASE UPDATE: Nine Sentenced to Federal Prison in Multi-State Drug Trafficking Conspiracy

CASE UPDATE: Nine Sentenced to Federal Prison in Multi-State Drug Trafficking Conspiracy

The United States Attorney’s Office, Middle District of Florida has announced that all nine individuals charged as a result of “Operation Ice Man” have been sentenced to prison. Each defendant was found guilty by a jury or pleaded guilty for their role in a multi-state drug trafficking conspiracy that spanned from Mexico to California, Arizona, central Florida, and Flagler County.

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FCSO donates $10K to support Rise Above the Violence

FCSO donates $10K to support Rise Above the Violence

The Flagler County Sheriff’s Office donated $10,000 to support the local community organization, Rise Above the Violence. The check was presented to Carmen Gray, founder, by Sheriff Rick Staly and Chief David Williams. Funds for this donation came directly from seized drug dealer assets.

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Two Subjects Arrested Following 7-Hour Standoff in Palm Coast

Two Subjects Arrested Following 7-Hour Standoff in Palm Coast

A disturbance call early in the morning on Wednesday, June 5 evolved into an hours-long standoff in the F-Section of Palm Coast resulting in the Flagler County Sheriff’s Office (FCSO) arresting two subjects.

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