Sex offender arrested at Sheriff’s Center construction site in Flagler, deputies say

FLAGLER COUNTY, Florida. -Flagler County deputies last week arrested an Ormond Beach man on charges of failing to register as a sex offender after finding him working on their construction site.

According to the sheriff’s office, a warrant for the arrest of Terry Lee Jackson, 59, was issued on June 14.

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Deputies said they located Jackson working for a contractor at the construction site for the new Sheriff’s Operations Center and subsequently arrested him.

Jackson is being held in the Flagler County Jail on $25,000 bond. If released, deputies said he was banned from the yard.

“What a way to break into our new center of operations,” Sheriff Rick Staly said in a press release. “Here we have a guy who is wanted in our neighboring county and thinks Flagler is the place to come. Not only was he in the wrong county, he was caught working on the site of our new operations center. Our first arrest at our new operations center happens to be a sexual predator and we have zero tolerance for predators, especially those who violate Flagler County release rules.

Deputies also said they arrested Korarise Daishon Hill, 20, who was wanted for breaching his probation while on probation on a charge of attempted first-degree murder.

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Korarise Daishon Hill, 20, was incarcerated in Flagler County Jail, where he is being held without bond. (Flagler County Sheriff’s Office)

The sheriff’s office said it signed a warrant for Hill’s arrest in June after he changed jobs and left the county without permission and failed to pay court costs, testing fees drug testing, completed public service, or observed curfew.

Hill is being held in Flagler County Jail without bond.

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Alice F. Ponder