CCSO: Middleburg custodian arrested for selling drugs in school parking lotMIDDLEBURG – A 30-year-old custodian at Middleburg High was arrested on Aug. 21 after she sold 20 Suboxone pills to an …
CCSO: Middleburg custodian arrested for selling drugs in school parking lot
MIDDLEBURG – A 30-year-old custodian at Middleburg High was arrested on Aug. 21 after she sold 20 Suboxone pills to an informant in the school’s parking lot, the Clay County Sheriff’s Office said.
Kristen Michelle Howard, of Middleburg, was charged with the sale and delivery of a Schedule II prescription within 1,000 feet of a school zone. Her bond was set at $50,003.
According to the arrest report, the informant and an undercover detective met Howard on Aug. 19 in the parking lot to buy $200 worth of pills. The money was provided by the Narcotics Task Force.
Woman held without bond after nights of burglaries, carjacking
ORANGE PARK – A woman who was investigated for having several cellphones, bags, debit and credit cards and identifications belonging to other people eventually was charged with armed robbery and carjacking on Aug. 22 after a man was robbed of his BMW at gunpoint.
Kimberly Pearlean Bridges, 23, of Alachua, was ordered to remain in the Clay County Jail without bond.
The man had just arrived at his job at Orange Park Medical Center when another man robbed him with a handgun of this belongings and car in the parking lot at 5:45 a.m. Clay County Sheriff’s Office deputies conducted a traffic stop of a Hyundai after the victim said he saw a white car also leaving the scene. When they found the items cluttered throughout the car, deputies sealed the car for further investigation and took two women occupants to the Orange Park substation.
Bridges admitted the three had burglarized more than 100 cars in Jacksonville on Aug. 21. She said the man who carjacked the victim said he was a member of the “33rd Street Gang.”
CCSO said Bridges told them she and another woman waited in the parking lot until their accomplice stolen the victim’s car.