Trip to Grocery Store Ends in Jail Time for Bradford County Family
STARKE- Bradford County Sheriff’s Deputy found Bessie Geraldine and Glenda Richerson walking along State Road 100 near Starke when he asked if they needed a lift.
Glenda explains,“We was just going up through town going to get us a few things to eat and what we could bring back or what we could carry back then try and get somebody to help pick us up like we been doing. and there’s nothing wrong with that, that’s not breaking no kind of law.”
But the help offered by the deputy wasn’t the kind Glenda was looking for.
The three of them Glenda her mother and sister planned on walking along a road much like this one along SR 100 in Bradford County, but after they were stopped by a Sheriff’s Deputy and refused his help is when the deputy was tipped off that there might be something going on.
Captain Brad Smith says, “Kind threw a red flag out there so he ran their names through the computer system and one of them actually had two warrants, one out of bradford county and one out of Columbia County.”
A warrant for failure to appear and writ of bodily attachment violations, Richerson denies knowing about it.
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