Robbery Suspects Lead 4 Agencies On Chase Into Flagler

By on February 21, 2019 in WNDB News
Jamier Scott & Darryl Duffy

Ormond Beach, FL – Two armed robbery suspects end up behind bars after a chase involving four different agencies ends in a crash.

Just after 11:30 last night (February 20th), officers with Ormond Beach Police Department responded to a 7-11 convenience store on North Nova Road by the Trails Shopping Center.

When officers arrived, they were told by the store clerk that two masked men, later identified as 29-year-old Jamier Scott and 29-year-old Darryl Duffy, entered the store, with one of them aiming a gun at them. The second carried a duffle bag.

Courtesy of Ormond Beach Police Department

Both Scott & Duffy demanded cash, before running out of the store headed northbound.

One Publix employee contacted OBPD, telling them they saw Scott & Duffy head northbound on Nova Road in a white Ford Escape.

Not long after getting an ID of their vehicle, a detective with Ormond Beach police found them driving northbound on US-1. The detective, assisted by a Volusia County deputy, tried to stop the vehicle. That’s when Scott & Duffy took off.

The chase took the suspects and law enforcement north on US-1, up to the Flagler County line. At that point, Volusia County Sheriff’s Office contacted the Flagler County Sheriff’s Office, asking for help in the chase.

FCSO joined the chase which continued into the city of Bunnell where Bunnell police and FCSO had set up stop sticks in efforts to stop Scott & Duffy. After hitting the stop sticks, the vehicle crashed into a wooded area just west of Highway 100.

Courtesy of Flagler County Sheriff’s Office

Scott & Duffy jumped from the vehicle and ran into the woods, with a VCSO K-9 deputy following close behind.

The two suspects were eventually tracked down and apprehended by VCSO. Both suspects received medical attention by Flagler County Fire Rescue, before being taken into custody by FCSO.

Scott & Duffy were charged robbery with a firearm by VCSO and resisting arrest without violence by FCSO.

Duffy was additionally charged with fleeing with disregard of safety and driving on a suspended license.

Both suspects are currently in custody at Flagler County Jail with no bond.

All photos courtesy of the Ormond Beach Police Department and the Volusia and Flagler County Sheriff’s Offices.

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