3 This afternoon - the man charged with shooting a Jacksonville police officer will be in court. 33-year-old Donald Goins was booked in jail - shortly before midnight. We've been going through his criminal history overnight - and he has a lengthy rap sheet. Channel 4's Hailey Winslow joins us LIVE with what we've learned - Hailey? 3 3 3 3 :00-:05:16-:26It was about 5:30 in the evening on Edison Avenue...and investigators say 33-year old Donald Goins was driving without a seatbelt... Officer Andrew Benson tried to pull him over ...They say Goins turned down Cherokee Street, drove a few more blocks and stopped...1:03:00 UNDERSHERIFF DWAIN SENTERFITT, JACKSONVILLE SHERIFF'S OFFICE: "The officer got out of his car and as he stepped out of the door, the suspect reached out of his window with a firearm and starting shooting at the officer. And right off the bat, Officer Benson was shot in the upper right arm. Officer Benson was able to return fire, move back to his car for some cover and continue to fire and move back out.Undersheriff Dwain Senterfitt says Goins fired multiple times, then took off...Benson got a good description of the man and his car that was abandoned down the road...Detectives found Goins in the Springfield area and arrested him.1:05:50 SENTERFITT: "Somebody gave him a ride over there. If the public knows who gave him a ride, we'd be interested in talking to him.Goins is a convicted felon in illegal possession of a firearm.He was already wanted for a misdemeanor...1:05:10 SENTERFITT: "This is a very dangerous job that these men and women do and something as simple as trying to stop somebody for not having a seatbelt on can turn into a life-threatening situation for that officer.Sheriff John Rutherford rushed to the hospital to be with Officer Benson right after he got there...1:07:32 SENTERFITT: "He said you know gosh we're really lucky this man's got a 3 month old and a 2-year-old. I mean, that's the people every day, putting their lives on the line protecting this community and I don't think people remember that as often as they should."