Crashes make me hungry for bananas
8:35 a.m. — First Block of Boulder Rock Drive. Crash-hit and run accident. A victim stated that he was waiting for a light to turn green when a white pickup truck rear-ended him and left the scene. A witness observed the pickup truck stop at a parking lot down the road and attempt to fix his bumper.
A deputy arrived and observed the white pickup truck with front-end damage, but there was no driver. Then, the deputy saw a man in a white T-shirt “retreat” into a store in the parking lot. He was located hiding behind a banana display cart in the produce department.
“I was waiting for you,” the suspect said. He said he didn’t want to block traffic, so he drove to the parking lot.
It should be noted that the crash occurred approximately one mile away from the parking lot where the suspect was waiting. He said he went inside to buy a banana.
The suspect was placed under arrest for leaving the scene of a crash and failure to report a crash. He was taken to the Flagler County Inmate Facility without incident.
Currently 0 Responses
20 The Palm Coast Scrabble Club
20 Take Off Pounds Sensibly (T.O.P.S.)
21 Flagler County Horseshoe Pitching Club
9:00 am - 11:00 am
21 Nutrition Education Program
Friends of A1A produce videos to promote cycling and safety along the coastal byway
The Friends of A1A has produced six new videos designed to attract more cycling visitors to the 72-mile Scenic & Historic A1A Coastal Byway that travels through St. Johns and Flagler counties. Also, AAUW awards scholarships and loggerheads have arrived.
Palm Coast offers summer recreation, tennis, golf camps for children, teens
The city of Palm Coast is planning a summer of fun and recreation for children and teens through its summer camp at Parks & Recreation, as well as summer golf and tennis camps.
Dunk tank at Arbor Day event to raise funds to end polio
The Flagler-Palm Coast High School Interact Club is hosting a celebrity dunk tank to raise awareness and donations to end polio worldwide during Palm Coast's Arbor Day event 9 a.m. to 2 p.m. Saturday, May 18, at Central Park in Town Center.