Palm Coast man shot in home invasion after Daytona 'stripper' is brought home, report says

The Flagler County Sheriff’s Office continues to investigate a home invasion in Palm Coast where a man was shot twice after someone said a “stripper from Daytona Beach” was brought to the house, according to an incident report.

Deputies were called to the house on Regent Lane about 9:39 p.m. Wednesday, according to the report, which was heavily redacted.

Deputies arrived at the home to find a man lying in the threshold to a bedroom door, the report stated. The man had a gunshot wound on his side and another on one of his legs, according to the report. Both bullets appeared to have gone through his body, the report said.

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The wounded man’s name is redacted and the report goes on to state that another person, whose name is also redacted, “advised that he brought home a stripper from Daytona Beach.”

Then there is more redacted information.

A deputy saw a bullet hole in a wall next to a bedroom and one in the ceiling above a common area at the top of a staircase and multiple shell casings, the report said. The deputy also saw one shell casing just outside the front door, the report stated.

The deputy also saw a firearm in each bedroom, the report said.

The wounded man was taken to Halifax Health Medical Center, the report stated.

The sheriff’s office said the incident appears to be targeted and there was no threat to the community, according to a press release.

"We want to remind the public that there is no threat to the community, as our detectives have been working this case to understand the circumstances leading up to the shooting that appeared to stem from an armed robbery,” according to a statement from Flagler County Sheriff Rick Staly in the press release.

Anyone with information is asked to call the sheriff’s office at 386-313-4911, send an email to or call CrimeStoppers at 1-888-277-TIPS.

This article originally appeared on The Daytona Beach News-Journal: Palm Coast man shot in home invasion, Flagler County deputies say