The survey found that many of these 21 million people with insurrectionist sentiments have the capacity for violent mobilization. At least 7 million of them already own a gun, and at least 3 million have served in the U.S. military and so have lethal skills. Of those 21 million, 6 million said they supported right-wing militias and extremist groups, and 1 million said they are themselves or personally know a member of such a group, including the Oath Keepers and Proud Boys.
Amarilis Merino, a 17-year-old resident of a group home on Burgundy Place in Palm Coast, and Justin Brown, 19, of Lake Gray Blvd. in Jacksonville, were arrested at the Indian Trails Sports Complex after a deputy’s search uncovered two guns and drugs.
The question is whether the conservative monoculture DeSantis and his predecessors have built within the judicial branch is willing to check excesses committed by the executive and legislative branches, which the Republican Party has dominated for decades. The question is being answered in the negative.
The project’s “substantial completion date” of the 51,615 square-foot, two-story, $23 million building is now slated for Oct. 10, 2022, almost a year later than projected last December. But there have been no further delays since June.
Flagler County School Board member Janet McDonald at a public workshop of the board last week falsely accused Randy Bertrand, the parent of a student in the district who often addressed the school board, of charging the dais and threatening her life, and accused the board of doing nothing–all proven false by video of the June 2020 meeting.
The Flagler Sheriff’s Employee Assistance Trust (F.S.E.A.T.) established a GoFundMe account to support DFC Luciano’s family in his line-of-duty death from complications of COVID-19 and the community graciously donated $7,655.
The case started only as one of possession of illegal images, but took an unexpected turn when some of the illegal images turned out to have been produced by him, involving a child victim. The child and objects in the background were traced to Steven J. Card’s whereabouts at one of two locations.
Preserve Flagler Beach, the grass-roots group opposing The Gardens development on John Anderson highway, had sued the county commission and the developer, charging that the commission’s Nov. 16 decision clearing the way for the development was illegal. Circuit Judge Terence Perkins disagreed.
A Flagler Beach resident going to work this morning saw a 4-year-old child catapulted out of the back seat of a car that was making a U-turn on State Road 100 and Old Kings Road. The car kept going. The child suffered minor scratches. The child’s mother and his uncle face felony child neglect charges and drug charges.
GameStop, the store along the Target shopping center adjacent to Kay Jewelers, was the target of a robbery by a student in an alternative program on the campus of Flagler Palm Coast High School. He’d left campus–and was returning there immediately after stealing over $300. A School Resource Officer apprehended him.