Charges dropped against corrections officer accused of violence on pregnant woman

Jarvis Brannon has maintained innocence, asking for apology from JSO

JACKSONVILLE, Fla. – Charges have been dropped against a Jacksonville corrections officer who was arrested for domestic battery on his pregnant ex-girlfriend, according to court records obtained Monday by News4Jax.

Jarvis Brannon was arrested in June and resigned from his position. Records show the charges were dropped in August.

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News4Jax has requested comment from the State Attorney's Office as to why the charges were dropped. Brannon, a three-year employee of the Jacksonville Sheriff's Office, has maintained his innocence. Investigators said there were no previous complaints against Brannon.

Brannon is asking for an apology from the Sheriff's Office.