Police Briefs 6/24/21

Clay County Sheriff's Office
Posted 6/23/21

Former Orange Park resident arrested for decade-old molestation chargesORANGE PARK – A man already in jail in Texas was brought back to Clay County to face sexual battery and molestation …

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Police Briefs 6/24/21

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Former Orange Park resident arrested for decade-old
molestation charges

ORANGE PARK – A man already in jail in Texas was brought back to Clay County to face sexual battery and molestation charges that date back as far as 2006.
Danny Clyde Ingram, 54, was order to be held at the Clay County Jail without bond after Clay County Sheriff’s Office detectives learned he already was in jail in Jim Wells County for attempting to evade arrest after a traffic violation and chase on May 22, 2020 quickly escalated into a suicide threat when Ingram held a gun to his head after he was pulled over.
Now that he’s back in Clay County, the former Orange Park resident faces four charges of sexual assault by a family or custodial member on a child younger than 12 and two charges of lewd and lascivious behavior on a child younger than 12.
According to the arrest report, a child said he was molested between 2006-2011.
Ingram’s next court appearance is scheduled for July 20.

18-year-old arrested for having child porn on cellphone
ORANGE PARK – An 18-year-old Orange Park man was arrested on June 17 after the Clay County Sheriff’s Office found at least 10 photos or movies of sexual conduct by children, including one of a 5-year-old.
Aaron Simpson was charged with 10 counts of possessing, controlling or viewing a depiction of a child sex act. Agents found the files during a search on April 15.
His bond was set at $100,030.


CCSO: Man charged with
molesting girl for 4 years

MIDDLEBURG – A 48-year-old man with the U.S. Navy was arrested on June 17 and charged with capital sexual battery and molestation of a child younger than 12.
Sean Erik Summersill, 48, of Middleburg was being held at the Clay County Jail without bond after the Clay County Sheriff’s Office deputies said the assault happened over a four-year period, starting when the victim was 8. The arrest report also stated the victim performed the act “approximately 100 times.” The incidents stopped after Summersill was transferred to Washington in 2013, according to the arrest report.
Clay County questioned Summersill after the Jacksonville Sheriff’s Office told it on May 10 the victim reported the sexual encounters to them.

Keystone man back in jail for violating protection order

KEYSTONE HEIGHTS – A Keystone Heights man was back in jail after he violated a protection order by returning to his mother’s house and assaulting her, according to the Clay County Sheriff’s Office.
Colin James Kenney, 32, of Keystone Heights, was charged on June 16 with aggravated assault with intent to commit a felony, aggravated stalking, simple battery, criminal mischief and violation of a protection against domestic violence after he became angry and hit his mother. Kenney was ordered on Nov. 15, 2020 not to go within 500 feet of his father’s house.
Deputies found Kenney in a shed behind a house on Bitterroot Street.
His bond was set at $29,511.

Couple busted after CCSO
finds drugs in stolen truck
ORANGE PARK – A couple were arrested after a traffic stop to investigate a possible stolen truck turned into a drug bust.
Terry Shawn Coleman, 29, of Lake Asbury, Alexis Mercedes Harley, 22, of Jacksonville, were charged with grand theft auto, as well as possession of crack cocaine, methamphetamine, fentanyl and drug paraphernalia after a Clay County Sheriff’s Office deputy pulled them over on Blanding Boulevard near Wells Road.
According to the arrest report, the stop was made because the tag was matched to a car reported stolen in Jacksonville. During the stop, deputies discovered the drugs in the center console and an assortment of pipes and syringes in a backpack.
Coleman’s bond was set at $67,511, while Harley’s bond was set at $21,011.

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