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Details swapped in Clay County
case resulted in wrongful arrest
of mother, public defender notes

Florida Times-Union [Jacksonville], by Topher Sanders

Original Article

Posted By:ruready?, 6/11/2014 6:00:28 PM

As the case that resulted in the arrest of a Louisiana mother of two was transferred from one section to another at the Clay County Sheriff’s Office, details of the actual suspect were replaced with information about the woman who ended up being wrongfully arrested twice, according to investigative notes from the Public Defender’s Office. Ashley Nicole Chiasson, 28, spent a total of five weeks in Clay County jail after she was arrested for grand theft in January and again four months later for writing bad checks. She was the wrong Ashley Chiasson on both occasions. Clay County Sheriff Rick

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A scary import of the 10th amendment. Of course five weeks in jail is better than what Lou and Linda Pelletier have gone through with Massachusetts holding their child for over a year on the trumped up charge of "medical child abuse". States and local jurisdictions can be pretty inept.

      


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Details swapped in Clay County
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Florida Times-Union [Jacksonville], by Topher Sanders    Original Article
Posted By: ruready?- 6/11/2014 6:00:28 PM     Post Reply
As the case that resulted in the arrest of a Louisiana mother of two was transferred from one section to another at the Clay County Sheriff’s Office, details of the actual suspect were replaced with information about the woman who ended up being wrongfully arrested twice, according to investigative notes from the Public Defender’s Office. Ashley Nicole Chiasson, 28, spent a total of five weeks in Clay County jail after she was arrested for grand theft in January and again four months later for writing bad checks. She was the wrong Ashley Chiasson on both occasions. Clay County Sheriff Rick

   

 

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