Christian Boyd, 18, and Kyle Sanderson, 16, thought they were just pranking as they called in a bomb threat at a KFC and went on a BB shooting spree the next day that injured a teen and damaged two cars in Palm Coast.
Steven Barneski, the 30-year-old man shot several times by three Flagler County Sheriff’s deputies last July, was aware that he was surrounded by police and claims he was worried they’d find out he illegally had a gun, yet pulled it out anyway, supposedly to show it to deputies, a Florida Department of Law Enforcement investigation reveals.
Nicholas Edward LeBlanc, 36, of 6 Buffalo Bill Drive in Palm Coast, told deputies the shooting of his partner was accidental, though he gave conflicting accounts. He was arrested on charges of possessing a firearm by a convicted felon.
The trial judge admonished the families of both Brandi Celenza and Keith Johansen after a hearing where he’d ruled on admitting or limiting variously disturbing evidence-and prohibiting prejudicial courtroom antics in the gallery.
A controversial effort to allow people with concealed-weapons licenses to bring guns to religious institutions that share property with schools advanced through the House Education Committee Thursday.
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 House Criminal Justice Subcommittee also approved a measure that would allow people to carry concealed weapons at religious institutions that share properties with schools.
Ryan Centofanti, whose breath test produced readings of .196 and .178, allegedly fired an AR-15 rifle repeatedly (21 spent shell casings were recovered) as he drove from Beverly Beach into Flagler Beach early this morning.
The proposal (SB 7028) would close the gun-show “loophole,” create a record-keeping system for private gun sales and set aside $5 million to establish a “statewide strategy for violence prevention,” among other things.
Wyatt Cunningham, 62, of west Flagler, is accused of firing a rifle several times into two homes, both occupied by several older people, over an argument involving a $10 bill for mowing grass.