Monday, May 2, 2016

More Molestation Charges/Return to Heroin 22

The number of alleged victims of a Jungle Safari employee has now risen to five. Authorities have indicated they expect the total number of young girls abused by Daryl V. Raymond Jr. to be even higher. If any or our readers know of other victims, please encourage them to come forward now. Victims' families may contact the Florence Police Department or One Place of the Shoals.


Next month marks the second anniversary of a multi-state operation designed to cripple heroin distribution and sales across the southeast. In the Shoals area alone, 22 were arrested.

Some of these individuals are already serving their sentences, but many others remain in the state and federal judicial system. Two of those charged locally have been in the news the past few weeks.

Jasmond Dewand Foster, now 38, is known as Jazz. The former Florence resident was one of eight who were arrested on both state and federal charges. Foster was indicted in circuit court last month and remains in the Lauderdale Detention Center on bond totaling over one million dollars.

Also in the news is an update on Brady Ann Irons, now 31, arrested on multiple drug charges during the same drug sweep. It would appear we still have her trial to look forward to:

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