Ormond Beach Man Accused Of Physically Abusing A Woman And Dragging Her
Ormond Beach cops state, Jason Nicholas Minton, 43, is an enrolled assault guilty party. He is blamed for taking a lady from the River Grille Restaurant, at 950 North U.S. Expressway 1, without her assent, before supposedly explicitly attacking her inside his truck at another area.
Police were reached by the injured individual who told officials that the two had masterminded what she thought was a prospective employee meeting over lunch, during which time liquor was expended. Police say observation video from the River Grille Restaurant seems to show Minton hauling the lady through the parking area to his truck. After the supposed sexual battery, they state the suspect restored the unfortunate casualty back to the River Grille and left her inside her vehicle. She was later found by relatives.
The unfortunate casualty was treated for this occurrence and had been working entirely with the law requirement to aid the examination. As per the Ormond Beach Police Department, Minton transformed himself into specialists early Friday evening. Volusia County Sheriff Mike Chitwood says Minton has been on his office’s radar since 2015.
“At the point when you read the claims in the capture warrant from the Ormond Beach work, they are indistinguishable from what happened in 2015,” Chitwood said. “Some way or another, he got off with a straightforward battery supplication.” It doesn’t end there. “We saw him in 2018, we make a vehicle stop – he’s speeding, he’s flushed, in the passenger seat of the vehicle there’s a disabled female. She would not like to do anything,” Chitwood clarified.
Simply this week, the sheriff says another lady approached, guaranteeing Minton hailed her during a purported prospective employee meeting. That examination is progressing. “Watching that video and perusing how Ormond Beach made a wonderful showing, I would be shocked if beats this. As I would see it, this is a real existence crime,” Chitwood said. Delegates accept there could be more exploited people.