Man arrested in Flagler County for threatening ex-girlfriend

Man arrested in Flagler County for threatening ex-girl friend

FLAGLER COUNTY, FLORIDA- According to Flagler County Sheriff’s office, a man was arrested upon allegedly threatening to kill his ex-girlfriend.

The arrest, Aron Thayer of 39 was taken into custody upon the complaints against him. According to the deputies, Thayer had driven back from Connecticut to Florida all the way from work to his ex-girlfriend’s residence and broken into her house. He then threatened to kill her.

Upon breaking into her house, he also stole $400 and chased the woman with a firearm in his hand. Apparently, Thayer drove down from work realizing that the woman had disconnected the security cameras that were installed by him.

With Thayer still chasing her, the woman fled the premises and was met with the responding officers who were nearby responding to another report. The woman was taken care of and seated in the patrol car.

Thayer was then taken into custody who reportedly did not comply initially.

According to the deputies, Thayer was charged with writing threats to kill, attempting premeditated murder with a firearm in possession, petit theft, and resisting arrest without violence.

” I’m Shooting up the School” 12-year-old Boy threatened the school students.

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FLAGLER COUNTY, FLORIDA-On Wednesday, 12 years old elementary school student arrested. Eyewitnesses told the police that the child frightened the students that he will shoot up the school.

During investigations, deputies were told that the child spoke to multiple school students that don’t come to attend the school tomorrow because ‘’ I’m shooting up the school.’’

When investigators asked the student and his parents, he admitted that it was only a joke, feeling ashamed and embarrassed.

Sheriff’s office officials arrested him for falsely threatening the students.

Sheriff Rich Staly requested all parents and said to them; it is your responsibility to keep an eye on your children. Talk to them and advise them that their words matter a lot. Parents need to be the sheriff of their home if it’s not too much trouble. Staly told that it’s the third case in the numerous week. We don’t tolerate the threats, especially when it’s related to our school. He also thanked that student who informs them about these false threats.

Remember ‘’ if you see something do something.’’

3 men landed in jail for shooting up a house in Palm coast

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PALM COAST, FLORIDA – According to the press, the three men who were arrested for shooting up a house in Palm coast had had the house sprayed with gunfire.

Upon reporting the gunfire hearing at around 6.48 pm by the residents of the area, the Flagler County deputies rushed to the crime scene and found that a pregnant woman in the house was the target and no individual was injured during the shooting.

The report released said the deputies managed to stop a silver Ford Fusion leaving the area that had five people and three guns in it.

Jamey Jahiem Bennet, 18, of Selkirk place in Palm Coast, and Randy Alexander, 21, of Miami were the ones to be charged for shooting a dwelling with a missile while Paul Philippe Pajotte, 25, of Apopka was charged for shooting along with others as well the possession of a weapon by a convicted felon. Pajotte also had an active warrant from Orange County against identity fraud.

Although it is unclear what led to the shooting, the three men arrested and held at the jail are without bond. The report also stated that one of the arrests was anted to fight a resident in the home who apparently wasn’t in at the time of the shooting.

As several gunshots penetrated the house, some also hit the Chevrolet that was parked in the driveway across.

The Flagler County Sheriff Rick Staly said it was luck that no one was seriously injured with the reckless behavior of the arrest while praising the Work of deputies and detectives.

25-year-old man sentenced to 50 years for stabbing his mom in Palm Coast

50 years for stabbing his mom in Palm Coast

PALM COAST, FLORIDA: As per the reports, a 25-year-old Florida man stabbed his mother to death when she threatened to kick him out of the house.

The reports say 25-year-old Nathaniel Shimmel was sentenced to 50 years in jail on Wednesday. Circuit Judge Terrance Perkins decided the sentence after hearing the case.

Records show, in a 911 call on Aug. 23, 2017, Shimmel said a robber had attacked his mother. But later Shimmel confessed that he committed the crime.

According to the reports, Shimmel, then 22-year-old, told the Flagler County Sheriff’s Office’s detectives that he committed the crime describing that he stabbed his mother in the throat, then stabbed multiple times in the chest and in her back.

According to Shimmel, he watched his mother bleed out and die.


55-year-old pedestrian struck and killed in Flagler County

According to the Florida Highway Patrol, a pedestrian struck and killed by a woman who was driving south on U.S. 1 in Flagler County.

pedestrian struck and killed in Flagler County

The reports say the pedestrian was 55-year-old, a Palm Coast resident, who was trying to cross the highway just south of Royal Palms Parkway.

Deputies said the driver was cooperating with them. No details about charges have been released.

The investigation is ongoing. Stay Updated!

The Flagler County deputies are seeking man who fled on foot

As per the recently released reports, the Flagler County Sheriff’s Office is seeking assistance to locate a man who fled on foot from a traffic stop.

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Report says Jojo Lobato fled from a traffic stop in the area of County Road 325 on Friday. No more details have been released by the deputies.

You can help with the investigation. Anyone with information on his whereabouts is asked to contact FCSO at 386-313-4911.

Man accused of sinking car to commit insurance fraud in Flagler County

A report says a man intentionally sank his car in order to file a false insurance claim. The Flagler County Sheriff’s Office arrested Shawn Barnes, 28.

 car to commit insurance fraud in Flagler

In 2017,  authorities responded to a stolen vehicle complaint in Bunnell. Barnes told deputies that his Fiat 500 had been stolen from his driveway overnight. But a witness told deputies that Barnes was responsible for the incident.

Reports say Barnes was telling the witness that he was purposely sinking his car so he could make a false insurance claim.

“The witness stated that on December 29, 2017, Barnes and the witness were traveling together in the Fiat 500,” deputies said. “Barnes drove the vehicle to a boat ramp in Putnam County where Barnes placed a rock on the accelerator and launched the car off a bulkhead next to the boat ramp into the canal where it sank to the bottom.”

“This is another great example of how guardianship policing works to solve crimes,” Sheriff Rick Staly said. “This witness gave vital information to our investigators and we were able to locate the vehicle and put this guy behind bars where he belongs. Criminal acts like this cause all our insurance rates to go up. We’d like to again thank the Putnam County Sheriff’s Office for their assistance in retrieving the vehicle.”

While investigating deputies found a large rock on the front driver side floorboard. Barnes was arrested Wednesday and booked into the Sheriff Perry Hall Inmate Detention Facility.

25-year-old accused drug dealer faces murder charge

According to the Flagler County Sheriff’s Office, an accused drug dealer is now facing a murder charge in connection to the death of a man.

25-year-old accused drug dealer

Records show the suspect is believed to have sold fentanyl to a 25-year-old man(victim). The victim died after overusing it. A medical examiner determined that the victim died as a result of fentanyl toxicity.

In the investigation, it was found that Jevante Taquana Hamilton, 25, sold the drugs to the victim. The evidence against Hamilton was recently presented to a grand jury, which ultimately decided to indict him on a first-degree murder charge.

“This is the second successful investigation of a drug dealer who caused an overdose death being indicted by a Grand Jury for murder in Flagler County,” Flagler County Sheriff Rick Staly said in a news release. “Our detectives did a great job and worked with the State Attorney’s Office to take this poison peddler off the streets and put him behind bars before he could cause another death while they were investigating this murder. We will do everything we can to stop poison peddlers and if you cause a death we will do everything we can to put you away in prison for a long time.”


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