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On September 27th, 2018 at around 9:30 pm, Deland Officers were flagged down while doing an extra patrol around the Wal-mart Parking lot. Loss prevention from Wal-mart informed officers that the Suspect who was previously trespassed was back and they would like him removed. Officers confirmed that...
On September 27th, 2018 at around 2:30 am, Deland Police Officers were called to the Blind Pig Pub in referenced to a disturbance. The reporting parted reported that the suspect was chasing people wielding a knife and a night stick. When officers arrived on scene they did observe the suspect...
On September 26th, 2018 at around 4:00 pm Deland Police Officers made a routine traffic stop for the driver not wearing a seat belt. The suspect who was a passenger in the vehicle was arrested due to officers finding several different narcotics including methamphetamines, Ambien, Cannabis, and...
On September 26th, 2018 at around 4:00 pm Deland Police Officers made a routine traffic stop for the driver not wearing a seat belt. The suspect who was a passenger in the vehicle was arrested due to officers finding several different narcotics including methamphetamines, Ambien, Cannabis, and...

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Officers responded to a crash behind the Bank of America in the parking lot. The defendant driver was determined to be an habitual offender for driving without a license. He was subsequently arrested.

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On 04/24/2018 officers were dispatched to Endicott Way and Tarrington Drive in reference to a motor vehicle accident involving a tree and two motor vehicles. When officers arrived on scene a Volusia County deputy was already on scene and was gathering information for officers and also stated what...
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On 04/24/18 officers were conducting a routine patrol in the area of S Parsons Ave and W Euclid Ave when they came into contact with the defendant who was known to have an active warrant. A records check confirmed the warrant and the defendant was placed into handcuffs and transported to the County...
An officer on routine patrol observed a person known to him to have an open warrant. Contact was made with the defendant and he was arrested.
The defendant entered Wal-Mart and changed the price tag of a vacuum cleaner from $299.00 to $39.00. The defendant attempted to leave the store with the vacuum cleaner, but was stopped by Loss Prevention. The defendant was subsequently arrested.

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