Hudson Sentenced to Life in Prison for First-Degree Murder The Honorable James H. Daniel sentenced Quintae Davouris Hudson, 27, of Jacksonville, to Life Without Parole in Florida State Prison for First-Degree Murder and a host of other charges.
Fourth Circuit Grand Jury Indicts 5 for First-Degree Murder Five defendants have been charged with First-Degree Murder — the State is seeking the death penalty on two who allegedly murdered elderly family members.
Coleman Found Guilty of Sexual Battery, Now Faces Up to Life in Prison Ronald Lee Coleman, 58, of Jacksonville, was found guilty by a jury of two counts of Sexual Battery.
Perry Sentenced to 45 Years in Prison for Attempted Manslaughter, Other Charges Dreshawn Tony Perry, 23, of Jacksonville to 45 years in Florida State Prison.
Man Found Guilty of Staging Auto Accidents, Scheme to Defraud Reinier Fundora-Martinez, 51, of Hialeah, was found guilty by a jury of six counts of Knowingly Participating in an Intentional Motor Vehicle Crash and one count of Organized Fraud.
State Recommends Life in Prison in ‘Blind Rabbit’ Murder Agreement Erron Markese Coleman, 26, of Jacksonville, pleaded guilty to Second-Degree Murder and Armed Robbery. Pursuant to the plea agreement, Coleman faces 35 years to Life in Florida State Prison. The ... ASA O’Keefe lends leadership to Warrior Games Assistant State Attorney Matt O’Keefe recently had the honor of serving as Deputy Head of Games for the 2017 Department of Defense’s Warrior Games in Chicago.
Share this:FacebookTwitterLinkedInEmailPrint Jacksonville Man Convicted of Possession of a Firearm by a Convicted Felon Maurice Antonio Mobley, 34, of Jacksonville, was found guilty by a jury of Possession of a Firearm by a Convicted Felon.
Hudson Found Guilty of First-Degree Murder, Multiple Other Charges Quintae Davouris Hudson, 27, of Jacksonville, was found guilty by a jury of First-Degree Murder, Conspiracy to Commit First-Degree Murder, three counts of Tampering with a Witness, and other charges.
Jacksonville Man Convicted on Attempted Manslaughter, Other Charge Dreshawn Tony Perry, 23, of Jacksonville, was found guilty by a jury of two counts of Attempted Manslaughter with a Firearm and Shooting or Throwing Deadly Missiles.
Williams-Daniels Found Guilty of First-Degree Murder Cedric Trevell Williams-Daniels, 19, of Jacksonville, was recently found guilty by a jury of First-Degree Murder and Armed Robbery.
Jacksonville Man Arrested on Human Trafficking Charges Patrick Lawrence Trottie, 43, of Jacksonville, was arrested May 30, 2017, and charged with three counts of Coercion of Commercial Sexual Activity for Human Trafficking.
Veterans Treatment Court Receives National Honor The Fourth Judicial Circuit Veterans Treatment Court recently was named one of four national mentor courts by the National Association of Drug Court Professionals.
Share this:FacebookTwitterLinkedInEmailPrint Man Found Guilty of Armed Robbery, False Imprisonment, Grand Theft Auto David Christopher King, 58, of Jacksonville, was found guilty by a jury of Armed Robbery, False Imprisonment, and Grand Theft Auto. King now faces mandatory life in Florida State Prison ... Fourth Circuit Grand Jury Indicts Muller for First-Degree Murder State Attorney Melissa Nelson announces the return by a grand jury of an indictment charging Trumaine Devone Muller, 32, of Orange Park, with First-Degree Murder.