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Attempted Breaking and Entering in R-Section Triggers Search and Checkpoints in W-Section

| January 6, 2014

The area of Palm Coast's R and W Sections affected by the police search for two individuals. click on the image for larger view.

The area of Palm Coast’s R and W Sections affected by the police search for two individuals. click on the image for larger view.

Last Updated: 1:18 p.m.

Shortly after noon Monday two individuals walked up to a house in Palm Coast’s R-Section in what appears to have been an attempted breaking and entering. It was foiled, but the two males, one believed to be black, the other Hispanic, then fled in the northeastern part of the R Section and into the W Section around Wood Arbor, Wood Ambre and Wood Acre Lanes, a Flagler County Sheriff’s spokesman said.

The search for the individuals continues, with road patrols and K-9 units. Flagler County Fire Flight, the county’s emergency helicopter, was not available for the search. It is grounded for annual maintenance. The county called on Volusia County’s Air One, but a low cloud ceiling is keeping that helicopter out of action.

The incident began in the area of Riverina Drive, not far from Rymfire Drive. The individuals then walked or ran northwest. Rymfire Elementary school was informed of the heightened police activity.

A suspect vehicle has been located. Drivers into the area may be asked for their driver’s license.

As of 12:54 p.m., the search was continuing. At 1:15 p.m., the search was focusing on the area of 13 Wood Arbor Lane, where the suspects were believed to have been spotted in the nearby woods.

The two suspects were apprehended at one minute’s interval at 1:18 p.m. They were arrested at 14 Wood Amber Lane. The K-9 perimeter was soon after dismantled.

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17 Responses for “Attempted Breaking and Entering in R-Section Triggers Search and Checkpoints in W-Section”

  1. Anonymous says:


  2. Girl says:

    Good Police work, but I have to wonder why are we having all these problems within the last year?’

    Something is wrong – we never had all these problems before? what’s going on?

  3. ryan says:

    Who were they? Please don’t gift them with anonymity. It is important to make sure that these guys are not allowed to slither in the shadows so keep the light on them.

  4. Jennifer Lopez says:

    FCSO rocks it again !

  5. Lada Linya says:

    So many people from NYC built homes here fleeing crime and quality of life issues.
    If only they had a crystal ball to warn them of that they’d be followed by the ghetto trash
    and be living in a corrupt wannabe city.

    • Frank Diliberto says:

      [Comment disallowed: Offensive to fellow-commenter.–FL]

    • Really? says:

      now my comment doesn’t apply to everyone but it has been my observation that rental units have ruined many sections. renters in my encounters generally do not have ties to the community and homeowners are so desperate to rent , do they do an adequate background check? it’s easy to jump from home to home to home.

  6. Anonymous says:


  7. Anita says:

    Now that’s what I call law enforcement at their greatest and kudos to the community for being involved.

  8. INTHEKNOW says:

    Danquelle Nash is one of them…had an accomplice who is not listed on the sheriff’s website yet.

    Also was charged in October with armed robbery.

  9. K says:

    It’s interesting- I checked the bookings at the FCSO website and I see one person was arrested for burglary. Wonder why the other person’s arrest remains unreported.

  10. TyCobbHimself says:

    The one they show on the booking is 18. Maybe the other is underage.

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