Law & Dysfunction: Accused of wounding one other teenager; 17-year-old charged as an grownup – Information – The Florida Instances-Union

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A 17-year-old was accused of shooting another 17-year-old on the west side several times last April.

In addition to the attempted second degree murder, Dtroy Sanchez Jones from the 2000 block on Jammes Road is charged with two shots in an uninhabited apartment or building, according to the prison and the arrest. He was arrested last week and is charged as an adult.

The shooting took place at around 3 p.m. on April 21 on Falcon Street, 103rd Street, where Abrion Maurice Price was wounded. Police said he was shot and run several times on the street. Further circumstances of the shooting and arrest were not disclosed.

Duval County court records indicate that Price had also brought charges against him the next day – possession of cocaine, possession of ammunition by a juvenile criminal who committed a crime, and resistance to a nonviolent officer.

Scott Butler

Sex crime conviction for imprisoned criminal

A Jacksonville felon serving a 25-year prison sentence was convicted Wednesday night of rape of a 12-year-old girl, according to prosecutors.

The 36-year-old Julian Belizaire has already been jailed for aggravated child abuse. He is now another 30 years ago because of sexual battery. Law enforcement agencies opened their investigation into the sexual battery in April 2011 after the victim revealed a history of sexual abuse by Belizaire.

According to the prosecutor, he will be sentenced in the week of July 14th.

Derek Gilliam

40 years for a man who shot the victim in the face

A 22-year-old man who shot another man in the face was sentenced to 40 years in prison this week, according to prosecutors.

Kyle Jamar Walker was convicted of attempted second degree murder in September 2012. He had visited the victim in his apartment and then demanded money from him at gunpoint. When the victim said he didn’t have any, Walker eventually shot him dead, prosecutors said. He later recovered.

Scott Butler

CLAY

Police identify a man who was killed on train tracks

The Clay County Sheriff’s Office identified a man who was hit and killed by an Amtrak train Monday morning.

Alan Paul LaForge, 34, of Orange Park was walking between the rails on the 4400 block of Cedar Road in the Lakeside area at around 11 a.m. and was apparently carrying a bike when he was hit, the Sheriff’s Office said.

The train was en route from New York to Miami with 249 people on board and was traveling about 65 miles an hour, an Amtrak spokesman said.

Derek Gilliam

ST. JOHNS

Second man convicted in death of FSU student

It took a little more than an hour for a St. Johns County jury Thursday to pronounce a guilty verdict on Kentrell Feronti Johnson’s role in the murder of Florida state graduate Vincent Binder, 29.

Johnson, one of three men charged in the 2010 crime that began with a Louisiana jail break, was convicted of murder and first degree kidnapping.

As it is a death penalty, the jury will meet again to vote on whether the 43-year-old deserves death or life in prison. Judge Raul Zambrano will make the final decision based on the jury’s recommendation.

Binder, hacked and stabbed, was found in an open field near Interstate 95 and Florida 16.

Co-defendant Quentin Truehill has already been found guilty and sentenced to death.

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