“Deputies were able to get several impaired drivers off Flagler County roadways this past weekend
before they could hurt or kill anyone,” said Sheriff Rick Staly. “Thank you to the citizen who kept a
drunk driver from continuing to operate his vehicle after he had already crashed several times,
allowing deputies to place him under arrest.”
FCSO made 7 arrests, 868 calls, and made 114 traffic stops.
Friday afternoon, the Volusia County Sheriff’s office attempted a traffic stop. The driver, Zachary Teytelbaum, fled from VSO at high speeds, headed north on I-95. Flagler Sheriff Rick Staly made the arrest with a VSO Chief Deputy Brian Henderson. Teytelbaum was arrested and later released on a $5,000 bond.
Sheriff Staly conducted a traffic stop on I-95 Friday night. He located a vehicle that was travelling 25-30 mph below the speed limit, in the center lane. Upon pulling the driver over, Sheriff Staly noted the smell of cannabis, and noted that the driver appeared under the influence. The driver, 19 year old Asher Maduro, was arrested for a DUI, and was later released on a $250 bond.
Sunday FCSO deputies witnessed a vehicle going 70 mph in a 45 mph zone, not maintaining lane control and narrowly missing a tree. Once deputies pulled the car over they noted that the emergency brake was engaged, and all four brakes were smoking. The driver, Delilah Fennell, was also found in possession of a .380 handgun. When Fennell was searching for her license deputies observed the weapon, Fennell is a convicted felon. FHP responded to the traffic stop as well and conducted a sobriety test. Fennell tested 3 times over the legal limit on the breath test.
Fennell was arrested 1st Offense and Possession of a Firearm by a Convicted Felon and DUI over .15; she was later released on a $3,500 bond.
Sunday, several people made calls to the FCSO about a potential drunk driver. Callers noted that a red sedan with severe front end damage was hitting signs, and hitting cars. One caller narrowly avoided being struck by this red sedan and followed the sedan and saw it hit another car on Old Kings Road. The caller was able to detain the driver until FCSO could respond.
When deputies arrived they were able to smell the alcohol on the drivers breath. The driver, Robert Ulloa, was visibly intoxicated. Deputies performed a field soberiety test, and when Ulloa failed it he was arrested for a DUI. Upon further testing Ulloa’s BAC was determined to be three times the legal limit. Ulloa was arrested and charged with DUI over .08 or higher, Leaving the Scene of a Crash with Damage to Vehicle or Property. He was later released on a $2,000 bond.