Palm Coast Boy, 3, Is Safe as Fugitive and Girlfriend Are Arrested After 2 Weeks on the Run
FlaglerLive | February 12, 2016
Feb. 12 Update: Escaped prisoner Gary Bullock, his girlfriend Natasha Quigley and her 3-year-old son Xander Quigley were located today in Flemingsburg, Ky, a small town about half way between Lexington, Ky., and Huntington, W.Va.
The Volusia County Sheriff is reporting that the three were taken into custody without incident by authorities with the U.S. Marshals Task Force this afternoon around 3:30 p.m. All are safe with no injuries to report. Xander is in protective custody until arrangements are made to place him in the care of family. Bullock faces charges of escape, destruction of an electronic monitor and criminal mischief. Quigley faces a charge of aiding escape. Additional charges are anticipated.
The U.S. Marshals Service Florida Caribbean Regional Fugitive Task Force and Central Kentucky Fugitive Task Force led the effort to search for and ultimately locate these three.
The Volusia sheriff’s office publicly thanked the Florida Department of Law Enforcement and the Flagler County Sheriff’s Office, the news media and all the agencies and organizations that helped spread the word.
The previous stories are below and here.
January 28–The Flagler County Sheriff’s Office is asking the public for help in locating 3-year-old Xander William Quigley, a Palm Coast child missing and believed to be endangered since his mother took him and allegedly joined a fugitive who escaped from a prison work-release program in Volusia County Friday.
The mother is Natasha Quigley, 24. She allegedly joined Gary Bullock, 24, after he removed his ankle monitor and left his job in Daytona Beach. He was serving an eight-year prison sentence for various felonies, including grand theft, robbery and burglary at a work-release center operated by Tomoka Correctional Institution.
At 3 p.m. Saturday afternoon, the Flagler sheriff’s office responded to 94 Port Royal Lane in Palm Coast to investigate a theft. According to the investigation, Frank Carr, the 70-year-old caller and father of Natasha Quigley, told deputies that the day before he and his 53-year-old wife Kimberley returned from a trip to Orlando to find that Quigley, who had been living with them, had packed all her belongings and left. Carr noticed $500 in cash missing from his room and checks, one of which was cashed for $1,200 at a bank in Daytona Beach on Jan. 21.
Carr later noticed that his Ruger .357 stainless steel revolver and a box of 50 count .357 hollow point ammunition was missing from his bedroom closet, the incident report notes. Carr said the behavior is not normal for Quigley. He does not believe she will hurt or harm herself or anyone else, he told deputies.
A release the sheriff’s office issued Tuesday states that the Flagler County Sheriff’s Office has been working with the Volusia County Sheriff’s Office on the case. Xander was entered today into a national data base (NCIC) as a missing and endangered
Xander is described as 3 feet tall and weighing approximately 35 pounds. He has hazel eyes and short blonde hair in a crew cut fashion.
Quigley was last seen driving her white 2010 Chevrolet Cobalt bearing Florida tag # EUJ-L31. Bullock is a wanted fugitive and is believed to be armed. Quigley is wanted for allegedly aiding in Bullock’s escape. He is 5’6” and weighs approximately 173 pounds and has brown hair and brown eyes and a tattoo on his right arm. Quigley, who lives in Bunnell, is facing a charge of aiding escape. She’s 5’6 and weighs approximately 175 pounds and has brown hair and blue eyes.
Anyone with information is asked to call 911 or call Crime Stoppers of Northeast Florida at 1-888-277-8477 (TIPS). Tipsters may remain anonymous and may be eligible for a reward.