Crime

Thefts of Vases from Graves Suspects

Thefts of Vases from Graves Suspects

Detectives were made aware of some recent thefts of vases from graves in Jacksonville.  Investigation led by Detective Kelley Burroughs revealed the suspects had taken the vases to local scrap metal yards around Jacksonville after they were stolen in exchange for money.  Investigative work led to the identity of the three suspects.

Robbery Suspects Identified and Arrested

Robbery Suspects Identified and Arrested

Police recently submitted to the public a photo of a bank robbery suspect shooting into the air.

The suspect along with two other codefendants have been identified and arrested.  On January 6, 2011 at 10:45 a.m., patrol officers stopped the suspect, Jerrica Duncan at 1515 Hendricks Avenue for having a stolen tag attached to her vehicle.  The officer observed suspect Duncan matched the description of the suspect that robbed Synovus Bank. The vehicle also matched the description of the suspect vehicle seen leaving the bank.

State of Florida v. Misty Croslin Cummings Sentencing Hearing

State of Florida v. Misty Croslin Cummings

Charges: Trafficking in Hydrocodone and/or Oxydcodone

Sentencing Hearing, Monday, January 10, 2011 at 1:30 p.m., Putnam County Courthouse

JSO Asking Help From Public to Identify Armed Robbery Suspect

JSO Asking Help From Public to Identify Armed Robbery Suspect

On December 28, 2010 at 9:15 p.m. police were dispatched to 13125 Main Street in reference to an armed robbery.

Armed Robbery Suspect Sought

Armed Robbery Suspect Sought

On September 23, 2010 at 2:03 a.m. police were dispatched to the intersection of Forest Boulevard and Beach Boulevard in reference to a person being shot.
 
Upon arrival police determined the victim has been transported to a local hospital by rescue with a gunshot wound.

SJC School Board Vehicle Burglary Suspect

SJC School Board Vehicle Burglary Suspect

A male suspect is being sought in connection with vehicle burglaries at the St. Johns County School District parking lot on Schoolhouse Rd. The suspect, who was captured on surveillance video, is seen going into vehicles and removing undetermined items. He then flees the scene. It is believed that the same suspect burglarized the parking lot on at least two occasions in October.

New Interview Recordings, Photos Released from Makia Coney Murder Investigation

JACKSONVILLE, Fla. -- New information surrounding the murder of University Christian student Makia Coney has been released by the state attorney's office.

Charles Southern and Connor Pridgen were sentenced to life in prison for shooting Coney to death in a park in February. The two pleaded to second-degree murder in July.

Pictures and audio recordings from taped interviews now tell the story in Southern and Pridgen's own words. They include audio recordings of Southern and Pridgen's first interviews with authorities.

Southern and Pridgen admitted to killing their classmate but the relationship between the trio has remained vague, until now.

During questioning, Southern described his relationship with Coney.

"Did Makia mean anything to you?" the investigator asked.