4:08 p.m. — 5100 Block of East State Road 100. Larceny Shoplifting. A deputy was dispatched to a store in reference to a shoplifter in custody. The security officer stated that he had a 51-year-old white female in custody after she was observed placing several items in her purse, including underwear and body spray. She then exited the store, passing all points of sale without purchasing the items. The video footage of the incident will be obtained at a later date; the female was released without incident.
12:12 a.m. — Hammock Dunes Parkway/Camino Del Mar. Narcotics. A police officer conducted a traffic stop on a white Chevrolet Lumina, which had an improper tag light. Upon making contact with the driver and passenger of the vehicle and obtaining their driver’s licenses, the officer conducted a search.
A clear plastic baggy containing 8.7 grams of marijuana was located wedged in the driver’s seat. The driver of the vehicle was placed under arrest for possession of marijuana under 20 grams and released on scene with a notice to appear.
Can I wait a year, then give you my ID?
12:52 a.m. — Palm Coast Parkway/Colbert Lane Parkway. Traffic Stop. A deputy was parked at the gas station when he observed a white male enter the store and purchase an 18-pack of beer.
The man left the store and placed the beer in the trunk of a white Chevrolet. He then opened the passenger-side door of the car and sat in the front seat.
Police observed the driving pattern of the vehicle as it left the station and noticed the Florida tag was partially obscured by a metal cover. The passenger-side mirror was also missing from the vehicle. The deputy stopped the car on Palm Coast Parkway for these violations.
The young driver told the deputy he was driving his friend to the gas station so that he could buy beer. The man who purchased the beer told police he was 21 years old but did not have identification with him.
Through a search on the deputy’s system, he identified the young man and saw he was only 20 years old. The young man was placed under arrest and released on scene with a notice to appear.
Man kicked out of house, into drug car
9:12 a.m. — First Block of Regent Lane. Narcotics. A deputy responded to a vacant residence in reference to a suspicious vehicle parked in the driveway. The vehicle was described as a two-tone blue Crown Victoria vehicle with rims and two flags.
A vehicle matching that description was found backed up in the driveway of the residence. The driver appeared to be sleeping in the vehicle. He told police he lived at this house but was kicked out recently and has been sleeping in his car. When he got out of the vehicle, there was a strong odor of marijuana coming from the vehicle. In plain view, there was a blue pipe that was recognized as being commonly used for the inhalation of narcotics. Also, there was a silver grinder with marijuana and seeds left in it. Found in his wallet was a red stem used for packing marijuana, as well as a small box of rolling papers. The man was placed in custody and transferred to the Flagler County Inmate Facility without incident.
Man in the mirror
2:58 p.m. — First Block of Frenora Lane. Property Damage. A man told police that his ex-girlfriend arrived to his residence to retrieve some of her belongings. At this time, the two began to argue. Several minutes after the ex-girlfriend left, the man walked onto his driveway and noticed that the left side mirror on his vehicle was broken. He did not see the woman cause the damage but suspects it was her. He did not know where the woman went, nor could he provide any contact information for her.
FREE PASS TO TRESPASS?
No sign, no crime
7 a.m. — First Block of Ferndale Lane.
Larceny. A deputy responded to this Palm Coast residence in reference to trespassing. The victim stated that sometime overnight, an unknown person stole a “no trespassing” sign from the man’s front yard. The trespassing sign was from the Flagler County Sheriff’s Office and was purchased at the substation for $4.
The victim bolted the sign to a 6-foot pole and placed it in the northeast corner of his yard. The man believes juveniles stole the sign because they are constantly trespassing on his property. The juveniles cut through the yard so they do not have to walk so far while walking home from school.
— Compiled by Melody Hopkins
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