Teen charged with witness tampering, other charges
FLEMING ISLAND – A violent domestic dispute ended recently in the arrest of a Bryceville teen for charges of false impris- onment, vandalism and tampering with a witness.
Clay County Sheriff’s Office deputies arrested Donald Jackson Thomas II, 17, on Feb. 18 after an incident that occurred at a home in the 2100 block of Trailwood Drive on Fleming Island.
According to the police report, Jackson got into an argument with Kelly Marie Singleton, 22, over a prescription for Adderall. She told police that Jackson became violent and began throwing her cell phone and her house phone around when she refused to drive him to a friend’s house to pick up the drugs.
When Singleton attempted to leave the home, Jackson allegedly blocked he exit four different times.
"[Singleton] then fled to her bedroom to get away from [Jackson] and he punched her bedroom door causing it to crack," stated the police report. When she did escape the home and entered her car, Jackson allegedly went to her vehicle and "kicked the passenger side front door putting a dent in it."
Jackson was booked at the Middleburg CCSO sub-station and was then transported to a juvenile detention center in Jacksonville.