Monday Mugshot

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Jeffrey Michael Smith, Jr., 28
Arrested, Sept 14
Port Charlotte, GA
Quick Facts

Jeffrey Michael Smith was wearing military style pants, a bulletproof vest, a bandana across his face, and a hat when he forced his way into a home on August 10. Smith was shouting, “Charlotte County Sherriff’s Office” while he ordered the pregnant resident and her finance to the floor. He tied the couple up with plastic zip ties.

When the woman recognized Smith as an employee from a local restaurant, she screamed “You’re Jeff.” Smith then kicked the woman in the knee, pushed her down, and kicked in the stomach. He left the house on a bicycle with prescription medications.

The same afternoon, Smith attempted a second burglary. He has been charged with Burglary with Battery, Aggravated Battery on a Pregnant Victim, False Imprisonment, and Falsely Impersonating an Officer.

2 Responses to Monday Mugshot

  1. Another thing I’ve really noticed is always that for many people, poor credit is the consequence of circumstances beyond their control. One example is they may are already saddled through an illness and because of this they have higher bills going to collections. It would be due to a work loss or perhaps the inability to go to work. Sometimes divorce process can send the financial circumstances in the undesired direction. Thanks sharing your notions on this blog.

    Ka Heyn
    September 20, 2011 at 4:30 am

    • I agree, Ka Heyne. In this tough economy, landlords need to be careful, but having a heart and being willing to look at each applicant as an individual also can pay off. With Section 8, however, you don’t always have the option to say “this applicant is okay” and “this applicant isn’t.”

      April 10, 2012 at 11:19 pm

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