Florida family court enters temporary domestic violence restraining order of protection against Aggressor.
In the few short weeks thereafter, before the court has a chance to rule on whether to extend the injunction for protection against domestic violence, Aggressor allegedly violates protective order … twice.
Aggressor reportedly drove through the alleged victim’s neighborhood one time. And confronted the victim the second time … right in the courthouse where Aggressor’s case is being heard.
Aggressor is a Florida police officer, serving on Jacksonville’s force for over fifteen years.
Despite numerous citizen complaints – and two internal police department complaints against him.
Aggressor had previously been threatened with termination for further misconduct.
But that threat was never carried out. It was followed by more ineffective disciplinary measures.
Aggressor is now confined without bail in connection with one of the two charges pending against him.
Aggressor reportedly remains on voluntary leave without pay from his apparently continuing employment as a Jacksonville police officer.
It is unknown whether conviction and prolonged incarceration would jeopardize Aggressor’s law enforcement employment.