Flagler County woman accused of armed home invasion with her children inside car

PALM COAST, Fla. — Deputies in Flagler County said a woman was arrested after an armed home invasion in Palm Coast.


Deputies said Karra Strickland entered the home of someone she knew.

They said she pointed a gun at the victim and took cash from the house.

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Deputies said found a gun and cash when they searched Strickland’s home.

Investigators said her three children were waiting in the car while she committed the home invasion.

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“Not controlling your anger and then committing a crime to settle a score will get you arrested and a bed at the Green Roof Inn every time,” said Flagler County Sheriff Rick Staly. “And, she’s off the list for being the mother of the year by taking her children along with her to a home invasion that could have turned deadly. I commend our team that worked throughout the day and night to quickly solve this case and arrest the offender.”

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