Flagler Beach police clerk, who was former teacher, helps crack case | #teacher | #children | #kids


Susie Buttner has worked as the records clerk at the Flagler Beach Police Department for five years. Before that, Buttner was a school teacher for 36 years, teaching English and reading in the Florida Keys.

But she always had an interest in law enforcement, so much so that a detective calls her “Constable Buttner.”

Well, the constable noticed something recently which helped lead to the arrest of a pair accused in a string of armed robberies along the East Coast.

The case started on Nov. 6 when Flagler Beach Police found a stolen Ford box truck with Virginia plates in the 500 block of South Ocean Shore Boulevard. A license plate reader had alerted officers to the vehicle as it headed east on State Road 100. But when police found it minutes later, it was unoccupied.



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