2 Arrests Made in July Violent-Crime Spree; Pair Is Charged in Two Slayings That Occurred on the Same Day

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2 Arrests Made in July Violent-Crime Spree; Pair Is Charged in Two Slayings That Occurred on the Same Day


Schoettler, Jim, The Florida Times Union


Byline: JIM SCHOETTLER

It was one of the bloodiest days in recent memory in Jacksonville and police now say they know who was partly responsible.

Police said Tuesday they have arrested a second man in a July 20 slaying and the pair are now charged in another homicide the same day.

The killings occurred on a Sunday filled with violence that saw four people slain in the city, including a shooting by police. A stabbing victim also died a couple of days later. The killings led Mayor John Peyton and Sheriff John Rutherford to hold a joint news conference the next day to condemn the surge in violence.

The first victim, 39-year-old Patrick Stafford, was fatally shot in a relative's front yard about 6 a.m. in the 1600 block of Academy Street. The shooting occurred during a robbery attempt, an arrest docket said.

A few hours later, a carjacking occurred nearby at Tyler and Beaver streets. That was followed by the fatal shooting of 16-year-old Monquell Wimberly as he rode his bike a few blocks away on King Street. Police said shots fired in the drive-by shooting of Wimberly came from a car matching the description of the carjacked vehicle.

Based on witness accounts and other information, police in October charged Billy J. …

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