Man Arrested for Accepting Ride from Ex-Girlfirend Who Has Order of Protection Against Him
DADE CITY – A Sumter County man is behind bars today after he violated a domestic violence injunction by allowing his estranged girlfriend to give him a ride.
According to reports, Sarah Linville was contacted by her ex-boyfriend, 27-year-old Prinz Maison Morgan, who asked if she would give him a ride. Linville obliged and picked up Prinz to give him a ride to an unknown location. For reasons unknown, a deputy stopped the vehicle at the intersection of Cortez Blvd and McKethan Road, where both Linville and Prinz occupied the vehicle together. Initially, Prinze provided his brother’s name to avoid being identified, but while deputies were talking to Linville, it was revealed that Prinz was the other occupant inside the vehicle, and that she had an active Domestic Violence Injunction out of Sumter County against him.
Prinz apologized for lying about his identity and asked the deputy, “Could you give me a break, I am out on bond for Grand Theft.” Deputies denied that request and placed Prinz into custody.
Prinz is charged with violating the injunction and providing false information to law enforcement. Prinze remains behind bars on a $3,000 bond.
Although Prinz has an extensive criminal history, none of his previous charges were of a violent nature.
It should be noted that there are no implications for alleged victims who contact their alleged abusers.
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