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Crime Suspect accused of stabbing two Jacksonville firefighters has criminal history dating back to 2003

20:40  09 october  2019
20:40  09 october  2019 Source:   wokv.com

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Action News Jax is learning more about the criminal history of a man accused of attacking two Jacksonville firefighters.

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Action News Jax reporter Elizabeth Pace will be in the courtroom during his first appearance. We'll have live updates on CBS47 at 5.

Tony Harris, 38, is currently in the Duval County Jail, facing two charges of aggravated battery on a firefighter and resisting officer without violence, according to Jacksonville Sheriff's Office Inmate Search.

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Harris is accused of stabbing the two firefighters inside of a rescue unit on Tuesday night.

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Harris' criminal history dates back to 2003 and includes charges of theft, drug possession, child neglect and domestic battery.

Action News Jax obtained a picture of the rescue unit where two firefighters were attacked Tuesday night. It was sent to us by a source. We've blurred out the blood in the photo.

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  Jacksonville man charged with teenager's slaying A Jacksonville man faces murder and evidence tampering charges in the February shooting death of a 17-year-old man outside a Westside cemetery. Jerry Lane Hinshaw Jr., 23, is charged with killing Marquis Dequan Smith during a potential drug transaction, the Jacksonville Sheriff's Office said. Smith, also known as "Little Red or Red," died after being shot multiple times Feb. 5 near the cemetery entrance in the 2200 block of Plants Lane off Old Middleburg Road, the Sheriff's Office said.Arrested Aug. 16, Hinshaw is being held without bail at the Duval County jail, Sheriff's Office records show.

The Jacksonville Fire and Rescue Department and Jacksonville Mayor Lenny Curry gave an update on the incident Wednesday afternoon.

Watch the briefing below:

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Second shooting occurs on W. 5th St. in Jacksonville within 15 hours .
The Jacksonville Sheriff's Office has cordoned off two blocks as detectives begin investigating a second shooting on West Fifth Street in 15 hours. Early indications are someone is dead in the latest one about 12:45 p.m. Wednesday. Several hours earlier about 10:15 p.m. Tuesday a man and woman were shot in the 1400 block. The preliminary investigation revealed they were standing outside when a white Ford Taurus approached and fired several rounds in their direction. The man was transported in life-threatening condition and the woman took herself to a hospital with less severe wounds.

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