High-speed chase leads to arrest of Clay County man accused of sex crime
JACKSONVILLE, Fla. – A 39-year-old man wanted on a list of charges in Clay County is in custody following a high-speed chase that stretched from Florida into Georgia. Police tried unsuccessfully to halt the vehicle using a PIT maneuver on Lem Turner Road and then Smith hopped onto Interstate 95 North. AdIt wasn’t until the fourth PIT maneuver attempt — this time on I-95 in Georgia — that the chase came to a stop. (UNCUT BODYCAM: High-speed chase leads to arrest of Clay County man accused of sex crime)A Camden County K9 in pursuit of Smith quickly brought him down and he was taken to the hospital for treatment. Jail logs show he’s wanted in Clay County on warrants charging him with lewd molestation, child custody interference and tampering with a GPS monitor.
Clay County fugitive accused of sex crimes set up fundraiser to help him flee the country
CLAY COUNTY, Fla. – A fugitive who cut off his ankle monitor set up an online fundraiser to help him flee the country. Now the Clay County Sheriff’s Office is asking for help locating him. Keith Smith, 29, said he needs $2,000 because if he goes back to jail he believes he will die. It’s unclear if the website took it down or Smith removed it. If you see him, call the Clay County Sheriff’s Office.
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Clay County Sheriff stirs conversation after video posted to social media
CLAY COUNTY, Fla. Clay County Sheriff Darryl Daniels issued a warning to outside groups who may be thinking of bringing violent protests to the area. WATCH: The Clay County Sheriff's Office issued a warning to violent protesters. Posted by WJXT4 The Local Station / News4JAX on Wednesday, July 1, 2020If you threaten to come to Clay County and think for one second that well bend our backs for you. We dont want this to get out of hand, Smith said in a phone interview with News4Jax. We want people to know you have every right to protest, and we will protect that, but Clay County will not tolerate outside instigators.The original post of the video has more than 1,000 shares and hundreds of comments.