The following information was compiled from incident reports filed with Flagler County Sheriff's Office and Flagler Beach and Bunnell police departments.

The following information was compiled from incident reports filed with Flagler County Sheriff's Office and Flagler Beach and Bunnell police departments. Any suspects named are presumed innocent until proven guilty in court.

BUNNELL — A Bunnell woman was the victim of a fraudulent phone call over the weekend, according to a report from the Flagler County Sheriff's Office.

The woman received a phone call on Aug. 10 from a "Captain Michael Smith," who implied he was with the Sheriff's Office and told the woman she had an outstanding warrant for her arrest for not appearing for jury duty. He told her she had to resolve it immediately or she would be arrested, and instructed her to bring an envelope with $800 to the Sheriff's Office "kiosk."

When she was on her way, he called back and told her to buy two cash cards for separate amounts, $425 and $375, and go to the sheriff's office in Bunnell to sign her paperwork. The FCSO office in Bunnell is closed to the public and law enforcement.

The report states that just before she arrived at the building, he called and asked her to read the numbers on the cards and told her to put the cards in an envelope and send them to an address in Jacksonville. Finally, a "Sergeant Cooper" called and told her one of the cards did not "go through" and if she entered the building she would be arrested. At that time she called the Sheriff's Office non-emergency line and was told she was being scammed.

Deputies collected the cards and the woman completed a sworn statement. The incident is being investigated.

BUNNELL


Two handguns were found on South U.S. 1 on Aug. 12, but deputies said they had not been reported stolen, were rusted and were not loaded.
A resident of Mistletoe Street reported on Aug. 8 that another person had hit her with a closed fist in the head, chest and side. She refused to complete a written statement, but charges for domestic battery were forwarded to the State Attorney's Office.
On Aug. 7, a County Road 90 East resident reported the theft of copper wire from an electrical box on his property.

FLAGLER BEACH


A Green View Place man, arguing with his wife over religious issues on Aug. 7, slapped her three times and pushed her out of a chair. He was charged with domestic battery.

MARINELAND


A boat owner on his trawler at Marineland Marina on Aug. 11 reported an electrical fire, which spread to an adjacent sailboat. The FWC and Coast Guard responded. No injuries were reported.

ORMOND BEACH


A resident of Relay Road reported on Aug. 6 that his son threatened bodily harm to his father during an argument. The son fled before deputies arrived and charges were forwarded to the State Attorney's Office.

PALM COAST


On Aug. 12, a resident of Westover Lane reported that her granddaughter shoved her against the wall and smashed a television during an argument.
A Dupont Road resident reported on Aug. 12 receiving a phone call from a man saying he was "Deputy Davis" and telling her to purchase money cards for $1,205 to avoid being arrested. The woman bought the cards and mailed them to a Punta Gorda address before a family member told her it was a scam.
A Whippoorwill Drive resident reported on Aug. 11 that a woman ran her car into his garage door, causing damage, but deputies were unable to contact the resident despite repeated attempts and he did not answer the door when deputies arrived.
A Point of Woods Drive resident reported on Aug. 11 seeing several men break into vehicles in the area. Deputies arrested three men on Eagle Crest Path and have warrants out for two others.
A Bristol Lane woman was defrauded of $13,500 on Aug. 11 after receiving a phone call telling her that her grandson was involved in a traffic accident and was arrested. She had sent some of the cash by FedEx and deputies advised her to call FedEx to see if one of the mailings containing $8,500 could be retrieved and returned to her.
A driver that hit another vehicle on Old Kings Road and Town Center Boulevard on Aug. 10 was arrested on Palm Coast Parkway.
On Aug. 9, a vehicle that had been reported stolen was recovered in Orlando.
A Bayside Drive resident reported on Aug. 8 that sometime between April 2018 and Aug. 8 more than $45,000 worth of rare coins were stolen from his home.
A resident of Zorach Court reported seeing a man in her vehicle on Aug. 8, but the man fled and nothing was missing from the vehicle.
A Renn Place resident reported items stolen from her garage on Aug. 7. The garage door had accidentally been left open.
A Palm Harbor Parkway resident reported on Aug. 7 that someone had entered his unlocked minivan while it was parked in an underground garage.
On Aug. 6, a Felshire Lane resident was charged with domestic battery after punching his wife in the face with a closed fist during an argument.
Two men were arrested on Aug. 6 after they were discovered with a stolen car while it was parked in the Winn-Dixie parking lot. The men were in the store acting suspiciously and video surveillance revealed that they drove the car into the parking lot.