Forgery, Fraud Suspect Arrested at Familiar Residence, Now Charged with Resisting
SPRING HILL – For the second time is less than a month, 42-year-old Michael Allen Jacobs is behind bars on several outstanding warrants and resisting arrest.
According to officials. Sheriff’s Deputies and Jacobs’ bondsman responded to 6223 Landover Blvd yesterday, the same address where RNRF captured live video of Jacobs arrest last month, in an attempt to serve a felony warrant. While the bondsman met with Jacobs inside the residence, Deputy Trevor Jones says she positively identified the suspect through an open front door. Deputy Jones then entered the residence in an effort to place Jacobs into custody. Jacobs tried to flee the residence but was quickly captured and taken into custody without incident.
Jacobs remains behind bars at the Hernando County Jail on charges of Possessing a Forged Driver’s License, Resisting Arrest, and Failing to Return a Hired Vehicle. Jacobs is currently held without bond.
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