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Thursday, April 23, 2009

[VA] Deputy Kevin Jones Assault of wife and Trespassing charges

Daily Press
Updated: Thursday, 23 Apr 2009, 7:28 PM EDT
Thursday, 23 Apr 2009
A Newport News Sheriff's deputy is on administrative leave, following his arrest. Lt. Kathleen Carey, Sheriff's spokewoman, told WAVY.com officers arrested 24-year-old deputy Kevin Jones Wednesday night and charged him with Assault and Trespassing. They made the arrest at a Walgreens on J. Clyde Morris and Jefferson Avenue around 10 p.m. Officials say the charges stem from a dispute Jones had with his wife. Jones was released from the Newport News City Jail. [LINK]
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  1. AnonymousMay 14, 2009

    there needs to be a correction to this...he did NOT assault his wife..it was a freaking verbal argument. really....i mean is society this sad to have to blow something up to make all men in blue look bad?

  2. AnonymousMay 14, 2009

    If you are really wanting to post the truth..here is the ACTUAL STORY FROM DAILY PRESS....some how though i feel this post wont stay up.

    NN Sheriff's deputy charged with trespassing, verbal assault

    By Peter Dujardin | 247-4749
    April 24, 2009

    NEWPORT NEWS - A deputy with the Newport News Sheriff's Office was arrested Wednesday and charged with trespassing and verbally assaulting his estranged wife.

    Kevin O. Jones II, 24, of Hidenwood Drive, stands accused of going to his wife's house in the northern part of the city Monday even after she told him not to — leading to a charge of "trespassing after being forbidden."

    Then he verbally assaulted her, the wife said in a citizen complaint filed directly to the Newport News Magistrate's Office on Wednesday.

    Jones was arrested at a Walgreen's at the intersection of J. Clyde Morris Boulevard and Jefferson Avenue later that night. He was then released on his own recognizance.

    Jones has worked as a deputy since August 2004, said Lt. Kathleen Carey, a spokeswoman with the sheriff's office. He is on administrative leave with pay as a result of the pending charge, she said

  3. The article that YOU posted does not say he is charged with "verbally arguing." It says "verbally assaulting." Before you get too bent, try to figure out what a person could say to another person - blue or not - to be arrested for it. You don't get arrested for saying someone is fat or ugly... or even for calling them names.

    What thing(s) would a person be charged for verbally saying? The fear those words could cause very easily can be harder to live with than a physical assault.

    I'm curious, who's shoes have you walked in?

    What's your personal concern in Mr. Jones over the couple of thousand other officers on this blog?

    What do you know about blue?

    What are you thinking makes "all men in blue" look bad? The blog? The news? Did you think that out before you wrote it? Do you really think that some officers who commit crimes make the good guys look bad? Is that how you see it?

  4. While you are trying to make him look better, why did he go to his wife's house when she asked him not to? Did he go mad, or did he just trespass and happen to verbally assault her while he was there?

    How about directing your care for him at him and tell him to not set himSELF up to lose his job? Tell him, if you care about him, to leave his wife alone if she asks him to.

  5. Whatever is going on in his life now that is screwed up is not the media's fault.


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