Border Protection Agent Survives Attack – Thanks Clerk’s Office Members for Assistance
Last night on First Coast News (12/25), an awesome story aired about the survival and recovery of US Customs & Border Protection Agent Drew Stokes, the officer (and Clay County resident) shot multiple times in a Publix parking lot in Oakleaf a few months ago. On the same day last week that he was interviewed for this story (click here for link), Agent Stokes and his wife were joined by his supervisors as they made a special visit to our Clay County Clerk’s Office to deliver a special message of thanks.
They took the time to come in person to thank Recording Department members, Scott Iannucci and Rhonda Yates, for their fast and helpful service when Mrs. Stokes called after the shooting incident to ask that their personal records be protected due to the unknown threat they were facing. Clerk Green and Debbie Thacker welcomed the group and introduced them to Scott and Rhonda in Recording where everyone had a great visit. We were all so glad to see that Agent Stokes was up on his feet and recovering so well.
A great job done by everyone involved!