Little advice since Jacksonville teen kidnapped by sex suspect, says Crime Stoppers

Investigators need more information, and it doesn’t matter how small the details are.

JACKSONVILLE, FL – Following the release of a composite graphic of a suspect in sexual batteries on Monday, First Coast Crime Stoppers . said First Coast News She received less than a dozen tips.

Willie Hodges is the CEO of First Coast Crime Stoppers. He said there was some good information from the calls, but they needed more information. He says that no matter how small the details are, the more tips, the better.

“Time is of the essence because these kind of people — they don’t stop,” Hodges said. He must be in great fear and I think his fears will become imminent.

Sarah Johnson raises teens on her own. As a parent, she said that nowadays it is difficult for children to feel safe. She has lived near Cisco Gardens Park for over 40 years. She remembers how her upbringing shows a stark contrast compared to the lives of her children. Johnson said she grew up at a time when she could leave doors open and windows open.

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“You have to let your kids know what’s going on,” Johnson said. “Because if they don’t know what they will do?”

In the first incident, JSO says an 11-year-old girl was walking in the Chaffee Road and Old Blanc Road area. As she was walking towards her home, police said a red car reportedly drove from behind and stopped next to her.

The girl said the man shouted, “There’s candy in the back seat of my car, if you want to get in.”

Watch Watch the interaction as he walks down the street to pick up the teenager. The witness told the police that he told the man to leave, and then drove away.

Police described the vehicle as a newer model, a red 4-door crossover or SUV with no window tinting on the front windows. There may be a dent in the front corner of the driver’s side of the vehicle.

During the second incident, JSO says a 16-year-old victim was walking in Jones Street and the Garden Street area.

As she was walking, she said a medium-sized red car passed her, turned around and approached her.

A report on the accident says the driver started talking to the teen, telling her how beautiful she is. At that time, the girl turned around to leave the area, and as she did, she said that she heard footsteps coming from behind her.

Police say the suspect grabbed her and forced her into the car. JSO said she was unable to escape from the car because the front passenger interior door handle was missing.

The incident report said the suspect drove into a wooded area of ​​Cisco Gardens Park, where the rape occurred.

The report says the teenager was given a glass of McDonald’s drink and asked to bring water. As soon as the teenager got out of the car, the report says, the man walked away.

The report said she dropped the cup from a tree and walked to the fire station where she said it had been lowered and needed a ride home. The sheriff’s office was called because the firefighters felt that something was wrong.

The man was later described as a tall young adult with a deep voice. The report stated that he was wearing a black ski mask with his eyes and mouth cut off.

He was reportedly wearing a black, short-sleeved, plain shirt, black pants, and a red Air Force uniform. The report says he had a gold belt that had a large belt buckle with diamonds on it.

The suspect was also said to have had a tattoo on his left arm that appeared to be a dragon and roses.

Anyone with information about any of these crimes is requested to contact the Jacksonville Sheriff’s Office at 904-630-0500 or [email protected]

To remain anonymous and be eligible for a reward of up to $3,000, call the Crime Prevention Center at 1-866-845-TIPS.

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