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Woman throws rocks at deputies when they tell her she needs to file a civil case

Also in Cops: Woman trespassed for not paying tab at bar, returns to eat chicken by the fireplace.

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Jan. 19

Rocky road ahead

11:51 p.m. — first block of Ryder Drive, Palm Coast

Assault on law enforcement. A Palm Coast woman threw rocks at Sheriff’s Office deputies after he told her she needed to file a civil complaint.

The woman, 27, called 911 to say that her ex-boyfriend had stolen two of her dogs. A deputy told her that because she had previously given her ex-boyfriend permission to take the dogs, it was a civil matter.

As the deputy and two other deputies were driving to the woman’s home, the suspect called 911 six more times, each time claiming she had a life-or-death emergency, and even said she needed medical attention, the report said.

The three deputies arrived at her home where she told them she did not need medical attention.

As the deputies were leaving, the woman picked up rocks from her garden and began throwing them at the deputies’ backs, the report said.

The woman was arrested and charged with three counts of assaulting a law enforcement officer, one count of misuse of 911 and one count of resisting arrest.

Jan. 28

Not chickening out

7:54 p.m. — 600 block of Ocean Shore Boulevard, Flagler Beach

Trespass. A police officer was called to a restaurant and bar to trespass a woman who did not pay her $23 tab.

When the officer got to the restaurant, the woman was asking multiple other customers to pay her bill for her, according to her arrest report. The officer issued her a trespass warning and escorted her off the premises.

Less than an hour later, the officer returned to the restaurant because the woman had returned. When the officer arrived, the woman was sitting by the restaurant’s fireplace asking people for money and eating chicken.

She was arrested and taken to jail.


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