Police Briefs 2/2/23

Clay County Sheriff's Office
Posted 2/2/23

Jacksonville man arrested for impregnating 16-year-old girl

JACKSONVILLE – a 28-year-old Jacksonville man was arrested after the Clay County Sheriff’s Office determined he impregnated a …

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Police Briefs 2/2/23


Jacksonville man arrested for impregnating 16-year-old girl
JACKSONVILLE – a 28-year-old Jacksonville man was arrested after the Clay County Sheriff’s Office determined he impregnated a 16-year-old year.
Kentrell Damond Cox was charged with sexual battery, lewd and lascivious behavior and transmitting obscene material after a Clay County girl told investigators with the Special Victims Unit learned the girl was six months pregnant after having “other sexual encounters” with Cox. According to the affidavit for an arrest warrant, the encounters happened between June 1, 2021 and Aug. 1, 2022.
Cox was being held in the Clay County Jail with at $200,006 bond.

GCSPD use knees, batons to wrestle control of enraged man
GREEN COVE SPRINGS – An enraged man who was accused of violating an injunction by chasing his victim was arrested on Jan. 25 after he ran into a Green Cove Springs Police Department patrol car and wrestling with officers after he was handcuffed.
Joeseph Nicholas Hudson, 25, of Callahan, was charged with aggravated assault of a police officer, resisting a police officer with violence, violation of injunction against domestic violence, battery, tampering a witness to withhold testimony and vandalism after a woman called GCSPD after Hudson refused to leave her home.
According to the injunction, Hudson wasn’t allowed to be at the victim’s home, job, school and other property or to make any communication with her until Jan. 4, 2024.
Hudson fled the woman’s house at officers arrived, but he returned. Two officers with Green Cove Springs attempted to stop him, but he hit one of the patrol cars and a tree on Haven Avenue.
Once we was detained, Hudson continued to fight with officers and a deputy with the Clay County Sheriff’s Office, and they were forced to use their knees and baton strikes to get him to comply.
Hudson is schedule to be in court on Feb. 26. His bond was set at $45,015.

Jacksonville man busted for threatening to kill woman
ORANGE PARK – No matter how many times a woman moved and attempted to hide her identity, the Clay County Sheriff’s Office said Dontae Cameron Reid tracked her down and continued to threaten her.
Reid, 31, of Jacksonville, was arrested on Jan. 26 and charged with aggravated stalking, written threats to kill or do bodily harm after sending the woman threatening text messages.
The ordeal started in October 2020, according to the affidavit for arrest warrant. On May 4, 2020, she started getting as many as 50 calls a day and that lasted for nearly seven months.
Reid’s bond was set at $100,006. His next court appearance is scheduled for Feb. 21.

Four tracked down by air pod GPS following car break-ins
CLAY COUNTY – The Sheriff’s Office arrested four people following a rash of car break-ins.
Dartrell Thybault Jones, 18, of Orange Park, Kevious Jatrell Stillwell, 18, Stevon Aurthello Parker, 18, and Antonia Angel Cobb, 20, all of Jacksonville, were each charged with three counts of burglary after they were accused of breaking into cars in Orange Park and Oakleaf on Jan. 25.
Were arrested after a man on Arbor Mill Circle in Orange Park saw home surveillance video of the four breaking into his son’s car. A second victim said a wallet with credit and debit cards was taken, as well as a set of air pods. The victim from was able to track down the air pods with GPS, which led deputies to the Oakleaf area. Another break-in was discovered there, but CCSO had enough information from GPS to make a “high risk traffic stop,” which led to the arrest of all four.

CCSO: Man arrested for attacking couple with crowbar

ORANGE PARK – A man was arrested after a couple was attacked with a crowbar in the parking lot of a fast food restaurant on Jan. 27.
Kevin Charles Barrows, 22, of Orange Park, was charged with aggravated battery with a deadly weapon and aggravated domestic violence battery with a deadly weapon after the Clay County Sheriff’s Office said the couple left the restaurant and we met by Barrows, who attacked a woman sitting in the passenger seat. A man ran around the truck and struck Barrows with a level to protect the woman, CCSO said.
The woman told deputies she had “been harassed” by Barrows for years.
Barrows’ bond was set at $35,006.

Man on probation back in jail after being caught with handgun

ORANGE PARK – A Jacksonville man was arrested for violating the terms of his probation after the Jacksonville Sheriff’s Office caught him with a handgun during a traffic stop.
Jackie Rashad Jacque Nash, 21, was back in the Clay County Jail after being charged with possessing a handgun as a convicted felon.
According to the Florida Department of Corrections, Nash’s probation was revoked after he was arrested on Aug. 13, 2021, for possession of a firearm by a convicted felon.
Corrections said Nash was stopped for nontransparent window tint. He got out of the passenger side of the front seat and he refused orders by the Jacksonville Sheriff’s Office to return to the car. He tried to run, but he slipped and fell. Deputies then found a .45-caliber handgun under the car where he fell.
Nash also violated the terms of his probation by falling behind by $768 in payments to the probation office.
Nash originally was convicted of armed burglary of several cars in the Oakleaf area in 2019. He was sentenced to two years in prison and four years of probation.