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NEW SMYRNA BEACH -- A 49-year-old surfer from Deltona is the first shark-bite victim of 2011, even if his puncture wounds are small, the Volusia County Beach Patrol said of the Friday incident while he was standing in 3 feet of water.

Ronald White refused transport to Bert Fish Medical Center following the 3:30 p.m. bite while he was returning to shore near the Beachway Avenue Approach.

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Courtesy photo / Christopher Sponer of Deltona is being held at the Volusia County Branch Jail after a failed robbery of a fast-food restaurant.

DELTONA -- A failed attempt to steal money early Saturday morning from the cash drawer of a Burger King in Deltona has landed a 42-year-old man in jail.

The attempted robbery was foiled by an employee who shoved the man’s hands away from the drawer and slammed it shut before the suspect could swipe the money. The accused, Christopher Sponer of Deltona, is facing charges of robbery by sudden snatching, grand theft of a motor vehicle and battery.

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Courtesy photo / Krirtophe Gonsaves allegedly stared down a 14-year-old girl and then fled in his van after she rejected his request for sex, which led to his arrest Thursday, Sheriff's officials said.

DELTONA -- Volusia County Sheriff's investigators arrested a Deltona man this afternoon after he was accused of following a 14-year-old girl and propositioning her for sex.

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DELTONA -- A precautionary boil-water notice was lifted at 3 p.m. Saturday for 300 homes on Stone Island in southwest Volusia County.

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DELTONA -- A precautionary boil-water notice is in effect for all homes on Stone Island in Southwest Volusia County.

Utilities crews shut off water at 11:30 a.m. Thursday to make repairs on a six-inch water main break. Residents are advised to bring tap water to a rolling boil for one minute before using it for drinking, cooking or ice-making.

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Courtesy photo / Jennifer Filippelli, 35, of DeBary, is charged with child abuse and unlawful tattooing for allowing a 14-year-old girl under her care to get a tattoo, according to the Volusia County Sheriff's Office.

DEBARY -- Volusia County Sheriff's deputies charged a DeBary woman early this morning with child abuse for allowing a 14-year-old girl in her care to get a tattoo from an unlicensed artist.

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DELTONA -- The Volusia County Sheriff's Office began settling in on Monday to its new Deltona headquarters at 1691 Providence Blvd.

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DELTONA -- A long-time Volusia County Sheriff's deputy was found dead Friday, purportedly a victim of suicide.

"The Volusia County Sheriff's Office regrets to announce the untimely death of longtime deputy Carl "Pete" Willard," Sheriff's spokesman Gary Davidson said in a brief press release. "Willard was found dead in the backyard of his home in Deltona early Friday afternoon. Deputies were initially dispatched to the residence after receiving a call regarding a suicidal person."

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NEWS FLASH: 

DELTONA The 4-year-old boy found floating in a nearby pool by deputies was pronounced dead a short time later in the emergency room at Florida Hospital Fish Memorial in Orange City, A Volusia County Sheriff's spokesman said.

The incident occurred at 600 E. Normandy Blvd. A passing deputy who was on patrol in the area was flagged down at about 4:41 p.m. and told that the boy, Jordan Ugaldea, was missing.

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DELTONA -- A 4-year-old boy reported missing just after 4:30 tonight and found by deputies floating in a pool a few minutes later was rushed to Florida Hospital Fish Memorial in Orange City, a Volusia County Sheriff's spokesman said.

"The child didn't live there," Davidson said.

The preschooler was found in a backyard pool at 600 E. Normandy just before 5 p.m. after a deputy was alerted by a family member about 15 minutes earlier on East Normandy, near Hartley Lane.

Editor's Note: VolusiaNews.net will provide updates as new information is released by the Sheriff's Office

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