Flagler County Sheriff’s Office Weekend Report February 17th -20th

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FCSO deputies made 19 arrests, took 1,008 calls, and made 202 traffic stops. “While many visitors were in our area for the Daytona 500 this past weekend some decided to visit the Green Roof Inn after carrying drugs and pointing a gun at a driver,” said Sheriff Rick Staly. Find a summary of the FCSO events below.

Saturday a caller reported that a man brandished a pistol while driving on I-95. The suspect was later identified as Tracy Williford; the reporting party said that Williford merged into their lane, flipped them the middle finger and then flashed a black firearm out the window. Both vehicles exited the freeway onto SR100, and ended up next to each other; where Williford then pointed the firearm out the window at the reporting party. FCSO Sergeant Gamarra was able to locate a vehicle matching the suspects description during the victim interview, and made a traffic stop with the aide of Deputy Patel and Bunnell Police Department Officer Zapata. Williford was arrested and a .45 caliber Glock 36 was found under the driver seat. Williford was charged with two counts of Aggravated Assualt with a Deadly Weapon Without Intent to Kill and Carrying a Concealed Firearm without a License. He was later released after posting the $7,500 bond.

Sunday FCSO deputy Wilkinson made a traffic stop over a seatbelt violation on North Ocean Shore BLVD in Palm Coast. The driver, Jennifer Allen, allowed deputies to search her purse while the passenger of the vehicle looked for insurance information. Deputy Wilkinson found a brown, oily substance that was consistent with hashish oil. FCSO was able to then locate the narcotics pouch tucked in her leggings. Allen was arrested and charged with Possession of Fentanyl, Possession of Cocaine, Possession of Methamphetamine, Possession of Hashish, POssession of Drug Paraphernalia, and is being held on no bond.

 

By Krys DeWind

Krys DeWind has been a Flagler County resident since 2016. She is active in her community and is always looking for ways to better it. She has a community first attitude which is one of the central founding ideals of the Flagler County Buzz.

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