Jimaya Baker, 18, and Diovion Smith, 20, two Palm Coast residents and alleged co-conspirators in an attempted-murder shooting that left a man disabled 15 months ago, were arrested Wednesday and charged with two counts each of attempted robbery with a firearm.
No one was injured but the alleged assailant is still at large in the shooting at Palm Coast Parkway and Harbor Center Way, where an individual got out of one vehicle and shot into another.
The 17-year-old former Flagler Palm Coast High School girl last December was found guilty of terrorist threats to kill her English teacher through racist-laced electronic messages with another student in December 2018.
Sell it as is, presumably in the next 90 days: that’s the consensus of the Flagler County Commission for the Sheriff’s Operations Center off of State Road 100 in Bunnell, the 27,000 square foot building evacuated a year and a half ago and swamped before and since in an environmental and political tangle that keeps blighting county government.
After decades of shielding the identities of accused child abusers from the public, many Catholic leaders are now releasing lists of their names. But the lists are inconsistent, incomplete and omit key details.
A three-judge panel of the 11th U.S. Circuit Court of Appeals disputed inmate James Dailey’s contention that newly discovered evidence would clear him in the murder of Shelly Boggio.
A man at the wheel of a truck trailing a trailer and a Bobcat lost control on Palm Harbor Parkway by Marina Cove, struck another truck and crashed through a Marina Cove wall. The vehicle caught fire. The driver was saved.
The prosecution is arguing that a Supreme Court decision last week may make the re-sentencing of convicted murderer Cornelius Baker, scheduled to start in four weeks in Bunnell, if unnecessary.
The Palm Coast City Council will approve a new ordinance codifying trespassing procedures and the due-process appeals process as it applies to members of the public who may be barred from public property, including city parks.
Thomas Ketchum, 52, of Palm Coast, is accused of animal cruelty toward his ex-wife’s dogs and of abusing his 14-year-old child in a confrontation over the daughter contacting her mother.