Jared Keever A St. Johns County cold case is one of three cases getting a closer look by a team of experts from around the state.Alachua County Sheriff Sadie Darnell called it a “multidisciplinary team” during her opening remarks at a meeting of the Florida Sheriff’s Association Cold Case Advisory Commission Friday morning in the squad room at the St. Johns County Sheriff’s Office.She is chair of the commission, made up of medical examiners, representatives from various state attorney’s...
Jared Keever The man arrested for beating a security guard with an assault rifle at the gated Anastasia Island community where his parents lived in March 2017 received probation Wednesday after pleading to lesser charges.Jake Andrew Dewerth pleaded no contest during a morning session at the St. Johns County courthouse to charges of burglary of an unoccupied structure and felony battery.Per the terms of a plea agreement in the case, Circuit Judge Howard Maltz withheld adjudication on the...
Jared Keever A man who was sentenced as a teenager to life in prison nearly 20 years ago is expected back in court today as he and his lawyers seek resentencing since his previous sentences have been deemed unconstitutional.Jason Todd Kalapp will appear before before Circuit Judge Matthew Foxman in the St. Johns County courthouse this morning for the first day of a resentencing hearing that is expected to last two days.In April 1998, then-Circuit Judge Robert Mathis sentenced the 17-year-old...
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