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Man accused of threatening sheriff’s office deputies extradited from Texas

Posted 12/31/69

GREEN

COVE SPRINGS – A man charged with threatening and using racial slurs against a

Clay County Sheriff’s Office deputy after he was asked to leave the Orange Park

Walmart, was …

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Man accused of threatening sheriff’s office deputies extradited from Texas


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GREEN COVE SPRINGS – A man charged with threatening and using racial slurs against a Clay County Sheriff’s Office deputy after he was asked to leave the Orange Park Walmart, was transported from Texas to face charges of threatening to kill or do serious bodily harm to law enforcement.


Timothy Walker, 26, also was charged with trespassing after warning.


According to the arrest report, CCSO was called to the store for a fight. Witnesses said someone was thrown from a van in the parking lot. When the deputy arrived, he found Walker sitting.


Walker became irate because he couldn’t find his phone, CCSO said. That’s when he became combative. He was arrested because he didn’t leave Walmart after he was banned from the store. After he was handcuffed, the deputy said Walker threatened him.


He was taken to Texas to appear for not appearing in court for carrying a prohibited weapon.


Clay County went to the Brazoria County Jail in Angleton, Texas, on Nov. 21 to arrest him for his outstanding charges once his Texas case was closed.


Walker will remain in the Clay County Jail until his arraignment on Dec. 12. Until then, he will be retained without bond.