Newspaper article The Florida Times Union

POLICE BRIEFS Man, 32, Charged with Kidnapping, Sexual Battery

Newspaper article The Florida Times Union

POLICE BRIEFS Man, 32, Charged with Kidnapping, Sexual Battery

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Following is a list of arrests and crimes reported by area police departments.

JACKSONVILLE BEACH

Officers arrested a 32-year-old man Thursday on kidnapping and sexual battery charges in connection with an attack on his girlfriend the day before.

The 22-year-old victim reported that he grabbed her by the hair, pulled her into the bedroom, threw her on the bed and forced her to have sex with him. She sustained bruises and scratches on her face.

A woman reported Friday that someone broke into her 1998 Chevy in the 200 block of Second Street North and stole her purse containing $130, a car stereo and prescription drugs.

Officers arrested a 34-year-old man on an auto burglary charge Thursday after witnesses saw him reach into a 1986 Ford truck in the 500 block of First Street North and steal a cell phone.

A woman told police Saturday that her 1992 Chevy Corsica was burglarized in the 300 block of Third Avenue North and that her acoustic guitar was stolen.

A man reported Saturday that his handicap placard was stolen from the dashboard of his 1998 Dodge truck in the 1600 block of Third Street South.

A woman told police Saturday that her 1992 Ford Escort was stolen from her home in the 1200 block of 19th Street North.

The owner of Paradise Alley reported Friday that someone pried open the deadbolt on the front door of the business at 831 First St. N. Nothing was reported stolen. However, the woman reported a burglary to her home above the business two days earlier in which a large amount of jewelry was stolen.

A man reported April 3 that someone entered his hotel room at the Days Inn at 1031 First St. S. through the sliding glass door and stole $40 from his pants pocket.

A 2001 Honda that was reported stolen April 3 from a home in the 200 block of Sixth Avenue South was later found abandoned and damaged in Jacksonville. …

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