Attempted murder arrest in Doctors Inlet

By Eric Cravey
Posted 1/30/19

DOCTORS INLET – A 20-year-old man faces charges of second-degree attempted murder for allegedly shooting his roommate following an investigation by the Clay County Sheriff’s Office.

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Attempted murder arrest in Doctors Inlet

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DOCTORS INLET – A 20-year-old man faces charges of second-degree attempted murder for allegedly shooting his roommate following an investigation by the Clay County Sheriff’s Office.

Police arrested David Nathaniel Jimenez of Doctors Inlet on Wednesday at 8:28 p.m. after questioning him and talking to the victim and witnesses.

According to the police report, Jimenez shot Tevin Jamaal Hines, 26, eight times in his body.

“There were 2 holes on the upper right arm, 3 holes on the lower right arm, 1 hole in the upper left chest, and 2 holes in the lower left buttocks,” states the CCSO report.

Police said one bullet travelled through Hines’ body upper right arm, went through his body and “missed his heart by only a few inches.”

Police first responded to Farm Way off of County Road 220 around 2:47 p.m. where they found Jimenez standing at Four Silos Park, about a quarter of a mile from the home where the shooting took place in the 2700 block of Archer Street, which has a Middleburg mailing address.

When police went to the scene of the shooting, they found bullet holes in the wall near the door to the master bedroom. They also found blood on the exterior walls of the bedroom that led to the living room.

Along with the second-degree attempted murder charge, Jimenez is charged with shooting or throwing a missile into a home or dwelling. He is currently in the Clay County Jail where his bond has been set at $260,006.

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