Flagler County Sheriff’s Weekend Roundup: June 8-9 “See Something, Say Something” and Proactive Patrols Lead to Arrests


Flagler County Sheriff’s Office deputies made 42 arrests this past weekend between 6 p.m. on Friday, June 7, 2024, and 6 a.m. on Monday, June 10, 2024. They handled 680 calls for service and made 168 traffic stops.

“See Something, Say Something” by McDonald’s Employee Leads to Arrest

On June 8, at approximately 4:05 p.m., deputies were dispatched to the McDonald’s on SR 100 near Old Kings Road, where an employee of the restaurant reported a suspicious vehicle that backed into the parking lot and had been parked in a mobile order spot since 3:15 p.m. Flagler County Dispatch advised the vehicle appeared to be running and no one was seen getting in or out of the vehicle. Deputies arrived shortly thereafter and observed a female sleeping behind the wheel of a black BMW.

The driver said she was heading out of state and pulled off the road to rest. A dark blue prescription pill bottle was observed lying on the rear passenger side floorboard in plain view. The female advised it was a prescription for her father. The prescription was for Gabapentin, prescribed to a male name.


When asked to exit the vehicle and provide her name and date of birth, the female initially gave her sister’s name and birthdate. Later, she admitted she had previously lied and identified herself as Amber Dweck, which was later confirmed by her Florida ID card. She admitted knowing her FL license was suspended and used her sister’s name because she did not want to get in trouble.

A search of the vehicle was conducted and a metal box was located on the rear passenger seat containing two filled 270mg bottles of Methadone. The Methadone was prescribed to her sister and was filled the previous day.  Amber advised she had picked up her sister’s prescription and was delivering it to her. Amber further advised the Gabapentin was left in the vehicle by her father who was previously in the vehicle with her. The Gabapentin pills were later counted and revealed only 72 pills remained out of the original 90 pills. The prescription was filled on May 31.

Dweck, 30, of Orlando, was arrested for Possession of a Controlled Substance and Providing a False Name/ID to LEO. She was transported to the Flagler County Inmate Facility and released on $5,500 bond.


Jacksonville Woman with Eight Convictions Arrested in Bunnell

At approximately 11:41 a.m. on June 8, Deputy Huzior conducted a traffic stop on a black Hyundai sedan after determining the registered owner of the vehicle, Kamekia Keera Marshelle Lewis, had a suspended driver’s license. Upon being informed her license was suspended, Lewis stated that she was allowed to drive to work, according to her lawyer. However, she did not possess legal documentation permitting her to drive to and from work, nor a temporary hardship license.


Lewis had eight previous Driving While License Suspended convictions dating back to 2017. She had received notice on April 19th, 2024, that her license was going to be suspended as she has a 5-year Habitual suspension.

Lewis, 29, of Jacksonville, was arrested for Driving While License Suspended. She was transported to the Sheriff Perry Hall Inmate Detention Facility and posted $2,500 bond

“I commend Deputy Huzior’s efforts in getting this woman off our roads and into the Green Roof Inn,” said Sheriff Rick Staly. “You just can’t drive around in our community with a suspended license and get away with it.”

Habitual Traffic Violator Arrested in Palm Coast

While patrolling the Flagler Plaza Drive area in Palm Coast on June 9, Deputy Huzior observed a black Chevrolet sedan leaving the Best Western Hotel and entering the Circle K gas station parking lot. It was registered to a man whose birthdate indicated his age to be in his late 50’s. However, the driver was estimated to be approximately 20-30 years of age.


The male driver closely resembled Jarred Rashad Burgess, 34, of Deltona, a Habitual Traffic Offender. Upon talking with him, he acknowledged that his name was Jarred and stated that he did not have a license. He was unable to provide any identification while on scene and repeatedly advised that he knew he was not supposed to be operating a motor vehicle. Burgess’ license was revoked on September 30, 2021, for 60 months due to being a Habitual Traffic Violator.

Further investigation determined Burgess is actively on Felony Probation for Cocaine possession and he is a High-Risk Sex Offender. His list of suspensions also includes Fleeing and Eluding Law Enforcement, Failure to Pay Court Financial Obligations, and drug-related offenses.

Burgess was arrested for Driving While License Suspended – Habitual and Violation of Felony Probation.

“Once again, great job to Deputy Huzior for proactive patrols that led to this arrest,” said Sheriff Rick Staly. “This guy has had a long criminal history, and he found out that habitual offenders should follow the law or they will get arrested.”

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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