Gainesville woman jailed for trafficking crack cocaineKEYSTONE HEIGHTS – A woman being questioned for her role in an argument wound up going to jail after the Clay County Sheriff’s Office …
Gainesville woman jailed for trafficking crack cocaine
KEYSTONE HEIGHTS – A woman being questioned for her role in an argument wound up going to jail after the Clay County Sheriff’s Office found a cache of drugs in her car.
Sharhonda Reatha Crummer, 31, of Gainesville, was being held on a $285,761 bond following her arrest on March 20.
According to the arrest report, deputies were called to a home on Dennison Avenue for a disturbance where threats were being made with firearms. When they arrived, two men ran from the scene and Crummer left in her car. Deputies found her at a convenience store on County Road 214. When they ran a background check on her, they were alerted her driver’s license had been suspended.
At the same time, they noticed burned marijuana “roaches” in her ashtray. A search of the car uncovered the following drugs: five bags totaling 60.4 grams of crack cocaine, two bags containing a total of 29 grams of marijuana and 12.3 grams of ecstasy.
In addition to being charged with possession, she was charged with trafficking crack cocaine and driving with a suspended license.
Convicted felon caught with assortment of guns, drugs
MIDDLEBURG – A Clay County Sheriff’s Office deputy found an arsenal of guns, ammunition and drugs on March 16 in a car that was on Dandelion Street without its headlights on at 2:13 a.m.
Zachary Thomas Clayton Cornett, 25, of Middleburg, was charged with having two handguns, a sawed-off shotgun and an assortment ammunition by a convicted felon, as well as marijuana, fentanyl, Alprazolam and opiates after the deputy noticed the marijuana in the passenger store during the traffic stop.
According to court records, Cornett was found guilty of felony battery after hitting a victim with a baseball bat during a 2015 fight. He also pled no contest to possessing marijuana in 2017.
Cornett remained in the Clay County Jail on a $675,030 bond.
Drug agents shut down DMT, LSD, marijuana operation
KEYSTONE HEIGHTS – Narcotics deputies arrested a man on March 19 after they uncovered a drug and marijuana processing operation in his house.
Cody Michael Clifford, 40, of Keystone Heights, was jailed on charges of cultivating marijuana, possession of dimethyltryptamine, LSD, marijuana and drug paraphernalia after the Clay County Sheriff’s Office came to the house after members of Homeland Security Investigations seized two parcels containing Mescaline Clifford ordered from Peru.
Clifford agreed to have his home and car searched, according to the arrest report, and deputies found more than 75 grams of dimethyltryptamine, marijuana hash, Harmala powder, seven marijuana plants, five handguns, two rifles and shotgun and an assortment of chemicals used to manufacturer narcotics.
Clifford’s bond was set at $115,014.
Man busted for fighting with elderly woman, CCSO deputy
ORANGE PARK – A 26-year-old Jacksonville man was arrested on March 22 after he fought with a Clay County Sheriff’s Office deputy who was called to break up a fight with his girlfriend.
Teddy Marsalis Nathan Walker was charged with robbery by sudden snatching, battery on a law enforcement officer, resisting arrest with violence, battery and battery on a person 65 or older.
According to the arrest report, Walker was fighting with his girlfriend at Batteries Plus. The call also included Walker trying to take something inside the store. When the elderly woman tried to recover the item, he fought back, Walker pushed her and scratched her arm.
Deputies found Walker behind Red Lobster. When a deputy tried to restrain him, Walker fought back. After he tried to kick the deputy, he eventually was Tased.
Walker remained in the Clay County Jail with a $40,014 bond.