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Assault Advisories
July 2, 2020

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FDC Assault Advisories | June 26 - July 2, 2020

This is a report of assault advisories that occurred during the specified timeframe. An assault advisory is issued by the Department of Corrections whenever a correctional officer or probation officer is attacked in the line of duty. All assaults are investigated, and disciplinary action is imposed in accordance with policy.

Tomoka Correctional Institution: On June 26, Inmate Frederick Bentley (M98178) assaulted an officer by throwing a food tray. Staff responded appropriately, and the inmate was subdued.

Santa Rosa Correctional Institution: On June 26, Inmate Jacob Hill (J46878) assaulted an officer by throwing a food tray striking them. Staff responded appropriately, and the inmate was subdued.

Taylor Annex: On June 28, Inmate Christopher Smith (M05677) assaulted an officer by striking them in the face with a closed fist. Staff responded appropriately, and the inmate was subdued. Medical staff examined the officer and noted injuries.

Santa Rosa Annex: On June 30, Inmate Cachet Alexander (V26874) assaulted an officer by kicking and grabbing them. Staff responded appropriately, and the inmate was subdued. Medical staff examined the officer and noted injuries.

Columbia Annex: On July 1, Inmate Javeries Thomas (C90080) assaulted an officer by striking them. Staff responded appropriately, and the inmate was subdued.

Santa Rosa Annex: On July 2, Inmate Quantez Ealy (C03113) assaulted an officer by striking them. Staff responded appropriately, and the inmate was subdued.

Santa Rosa Annex: On July 2, Inmate Deandre Williams (T40949) assaulted an officer by headbutting them. Staff responded appropriately, and the inmate was subdued. Medical staff examined the officer and noted injuries.

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