A Florida woman is behind bars and accused of stabbing a deputy with a Fix-a-Flat tool while being apprehended.
According to investigators, on Thursday, May 11, 2023, Flagler County Sheriff’s Office Communications received a call of a female riding a bicycle against traffic on East State Road 100, almost causing several collisions.
En route to the area, dispatchers received multiple calls that the female had begun to vandalize vehicles by “keying” several vehicles on the roadway as she rode her bicycle by them.
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Flagler County Sheriff’s Deputy Punsky located the female near the intersection of East State Road 100 and Aviation Drive and attempted a traffic stop on the female bicyclist.
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The female fled from Deputy Punsky into a grassy field on Aviation Drive. The deputy was able to get her stopped and attempted to take her into custody, although the female actively resisted attempts to restrain her.
The FCSO Real Time Crime Center was able to live stream the altercation and provide real-time information to responding back-up units as Deputy Punsky was attempting to control her resistance.
The woman continued to resist arrest violently and tried multiple times to use a sharp Fix-a-Flat tool in an attempt to stab Deputy Punsky in the leg.
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The woman was ultimately placed under arrest after deputies utilized a Taser to gain compliance. All deputies were uninjured despite her attempts to stab them.
The woman, later identified as Bree Ann Gadoury, was arrested for Fleeing with the Intent to Elude Law Enforcement, Resisting an Officer with Violence, Aggravated Battery on a Law Enforcement Officer, and two counts of Criminal Mischief.
“We are very fortunate that a Deputy was not seriously hurt during this encounter by a violent offender who was trying to stab our deputies,” said Sheriff Rick Staly. “Another great job by our Real Time Crime Center using our technology to provide real-time updates to responding deputies. I promise you this, attacking a Deputy Sheriff who is just doing their job will get you in jail every time and will not be tolerated. Thankfully deputies were able to use their Taser to stop her attack.”
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