Jogger reported attempted kidnapping

JACKSONVILLE, Fla. -- According to the Jacksonville Sheriff's Office, Cadezsha Campbell, 19, escaped from an attempted kidnapping that occurred on Tuesday afternoon. 

JSO reported that Campbell went for an afternoon run down Old Middleburg Road on Tuesday around 4 p.m. Campbell told police that a man pulled up next to her in a dark blue Chevrolet Suburban and yelled "get in the car". 

Campbell ignored the suspect's request and continued running. The suspect allegedly stopped, exited from the vehicle and approached Campbell. According to the victim, the suspect grabbed her by the arms and attempted to force her in the Surburban. 

At one point during the alleged kidnapping, Campbell was able to free herself from the suspect and attempt to run away but then the suspect punched her in the right eye and get away.

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Company sells man an electric bike with dead battery

LAKE CITY, Fla. -- Richard Cox, 71, wanted a vehicle to get around. He has a disability and can't drive.

"I have eye problems and can't get a driver's license, so I have to have something to get around," said Cox. 

Cox found the cozy bike electric bicycle sold by Omegastores, a Connecticut company and purchased it.

"February 16 is when I put my order in," said Cox, "It got here on March 3rd."

Since March, the $1,200 electric bike has been in Cox's garage because of a dead battery. Pedaling the bike to charge the battery is no help. 

"I have not been able to use it, not once," said Cox. 

Cox has made several attempts to reach the Wallingford Connecticut company, but has had little response.

"They don't answer the phone," he said, "they don't have no service department."

Cox said he has lost his spark of excitement over his electric bicycle

Man wanted for lewd and lascivious molestation charges

CLAY COUNTY, Fla. -- The Clay County Sheriff's Office is seeking a man on their most wanted list.

Joe Delgado III is wanted for lewd and lascivious molestation charges, according to a Facebook post by the Clay County Sheriff's Office.

The 23-year-old's last known address is on Timberwood Trail in Middleburg, according to the CCSO.

Delgado is described as a white male, 6-feet-2-inches tall and weighs about 160 pounds.

Anyone who has any information in regards to the location of Delgado asked to contact the Clay County Sheriff's Office at 904-264-6512. To remain anonymous and receive a possible reward, contact Crime Stoppers at 1-866-845-TIPS.

Car vs. garbage truck leaves one person dead

MIDDLEBURG, Fla. -- One person was killed in a car crash Tuesday afternoon.

Florida Highway Patrol reports that 40-year-old Janell Ann Hutchinson was traveling southbound on Blanding Blvd. in the left lane when her vehicle came in contact with a garbage truck owned by Advanced Disposal. 

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Deputies seek Middleburg man

CLAY COUNTY, Fla. -- Deputies are asking for assistance in finding a Middleburg man who violated his parole, according to the Clay County Sheriff's Office.

In a media release, the Sheriff's Office described Levi Zachery Parrish, 24, as being 6-foot, 205 pounds. His last known address was Half Moon Circle in Middleburg.

Parrish's warrant is for Violation of Parole- Aggravated Battery/ Tampering with Evidence.

Anyone with information about Parrish is asked to call First Coast Crime Stoppers at 1-886-845-TIPS (8477).

Former cop says he is psychic

MIDDLEBURG, Fla. -- Middleburg, Florida is a pretty calm town. Aside from the humming of a power boat in the distance, this town has a certain restful peace to it.

"It's just quiet here, it's dead quiet."

A fitting choice of words for Chuck Bergman, since he says he spends his days talking to the dead.  Bergman is a professional psychic.

"I make a good living doing this," he said. "It can take a toll because everyday you're dealing with death."

He gives readings by phone for $200 an hour, or in person for $300 an hour.

Bergman has been on national documentaries, and was featured on A&E.

He is also a regular guest on a Jacksonville based radio show called "Earth" that airs Saturday nights.

He will do on-air readings for free on the show.

"You don't want to mess up doing that in front of all those people," he said. "So you get nervous."

Domestic driveway death details released

MIDDLEBURG, Fla. -- Details have been released in the death of a woman who died Saturday after her husband hit her while backing out of their driveway.

Brooks Collier, 52, has been charged with failure to stop at a crash involving the death of his wife Nola Collier, 58.

According to a Clay County Sheriff's Office arrest report, Brooks Collier was attempting to leave his home in a pick up truck in the 3400 block of Alec Drive on Saturday night during a domestic disturbance with Nola Collier.

He initially drove forward toward a person who was in his open garage. Nola Collier then tried to keep Brooks Collier from leaving and was standing between the open driver door and the body of the truck.

Brooks Collier then continued backing out of the driveway before Nola Collier could move, knocking her to the ground and then striking her with his front left tire, according to the report.