Flagler Sheriff Weekend Summary of Events

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This weekend from June 2nd, through June 6th, 2023 Deputies made over 18 arrests, handled 874 calls and made over 200 traffic stops.

“The full moon this past weekend must have made people think they could resist and batter our deputies,” said Sheriff Rick Staly. “Thankfully all of the deputies were uninjured, and the criminals are sitting in the Green Roof Inn. If you attack a Deputy Sheriff, I promise you a trip to jail.”

Saturday night, June 3rd, 2023, the FCSO received a call about a male loitering around a residence on Bickford Dr. The subject was still in the area and matched the callers description; the subject refused to identify himself and verbally started defying the deputies, causing a neighborhood disturbance. The man began to resist deputies, berating them, threatening them and telling them how he wanted to kill and murder them. While eventually deputies were able to place him in the patrol car, the suspect still continued to kick, resist and even spit in a deputy’s face. The subject was identified as Allante Ramone Johnson from Jacksonville and was arrested and charged with 3 counts of Battery on a Law Enforcement Officer, Threats to a Public Official, Corruption by Threat, Disorderly Intoxication, Loitering and Prowling, Resisting Arrest with Violence, and Resisting Arrest Without Violence. He is being held on an $18,000 bond.

Monday morning during the early morning hours around 3am, FCSO Deputy Jeckovich found a suspicious vehicle in Longs Landing. A man was located in the vehicle, identified as Roman Yoel Perez Rey, asleep. Deputy Jeckovich attempted to make contact with the man who was disoriented and had trouble rolling down the window. The mam became uncooperative and argued with the deputy when his identification was requested. The man was ordered out of the vehicle and began resisting the deputy. Deputies used a Taser to obtain compliance from the driver and Rey was arrested. During a search deputies found a bag with .69 grams of cocaine. Rey was transmitted to the local Advent Health Palm Coast Hospital to be cleared medically before being taken to the Sheriff Perry Hall Inmate Detention Facility where he is being held on a $3,000 bond for Possession of Cocaine and Resisting an Officer Without Violence.

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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