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Palm Coast Man, ‘Known Blood Gang Member,’ Arrested on Charges of 2 Drive-By Shootings

| May 10, 2018

Tariq D. Khawaja, 26, of Palm Coast’s P Section, faces felony charges over two drive-by shootings he allegedly conducted to recover a stolen gun.

New Spate of “Stay White” And Other Disturbing Graffiti, But Authorities Suspect Youthful Idiocy More Than Malice

| August 23, 2017

The “stay white” vandalism was one of another half dozen instances of graffiti at homes on Farrington, Farragut and Florida Park Drive in Palm Coast’s F-Section, and on Raeland Lane.

Bloods Gang Leader Brandon Washington Back in Flagler, Contesting Life Sentence

| May 30, 2017

Brandon Washington was accused of leading a Bloods-affiliated gang in Palm Coast until his arrest in 2008 sentencing to four life terms without parole in 2011.

3 Men and 16 Year Old Of “Grove Street Gang” Charged in P-Section Armed Burglary

| January 27, 2014

Three men, none older than 20, and a 16 year old were arrested Sunday and charged in the armed burglary of a house at 24 Pine Brook Lane just 800 feet from one of the suspect’s home. The site of the burglary is in the heart of Palm Coast’s P-Section.

Added Security at FPC as District Contends With Rumors of a Friday Face-Off on Campus

| May 3, 2012

The school district and the Sheriff’s Office are beefing up security at Flagler Palm Coast High School in response to a rumored confrontation on campus Friday, spilling over from a confrontation at Ralph Carter Park last Sunday. The superintendent stressed that there was no hard evidence of such a confrontation.

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