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The 27-year-old Gregory Timm has been charged with two counts of aggravated assault, one count of criminal mischief and driving with a suspended license, and Phil Keating reports.
A Florida man who rammed his van into a Republican y voter registration tent on the Saturday, and told the deputies he would not be a Chairman of the Trump and the “you had to have a point of view,” an arrest report said.
Gregory Timm, 27, said he noticed the tent in a Walmart parking lot in Jacksonville, and when he went out to buy food and cigarettes, according to a new, less-redacted version of the report is to be released on Tuesday. He told me that he went to the tabernacle and after leaving the store.
A FLORIDA MAN IS ACCUSED OF DRIVING IN THE HOME SUPPORTERS’ TENT AND SAID TO BE SMILING AS THEY ENTER THE COURT
In the report, you can see what is possible to be motivated by Timm’s alleged ill-treatment. He also told the delegates that he was “not as the President of the Trumpet” and “the other reason was because,” it’s just like a person who’s******* * * * on your grave,” the account said.
Timm is accused of intentionally ramming into a GOP voter registration tent, where six of the volunteers were working. No one was injured.
(The Jacksonville Sheriff’s Office / Duval County GOP)
The six volunteers working in the tent, there was no injury, when it is accelerated by means of the knock over, tables and chairs. Fishing, then left the van, took out his cell phone and “flipped them off” before driving away, the victims told the deputies.
Fishing willingly showed the delegates a video of him speaking to volunteers prior to the time of the incident, and the other one that comes to an abrupt end before it is for this reason that the tabernacle, according to the report. Deputies described the Fishing as “angry,” and that the invitation to what he called “the great.”
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The Republican y of Duval County to be released in the less-redacted report on social media and appealed to the national media to stop with the hiding and the cover up of this story and act with honesty and integrity.
“It is high time that the media start to take responsibility for actions, or in this case, they refer to them as mad, criminal attack, which is clearly An obvious attack is motivated by blind anger and rage in the direction of the President’s Home,” Duval County’s GOP Chairman, Dean Black, said in a statement accompanying the report.
Republicans were quick to condemn the incident over the weekend, with Republican Sen. Marco Rubio called it a “politically motivated attack.”
S. Rick Scott, said Duval County GOP “will not be silenced or intimidated,” adding that the group is going to double the efforts in support of the Republican party in the state.
President, Trump tweeted: “just Be careful with the cool guys that you’re playing with!”
Timm has been charged with two counts of aggravated assault on a person 65 years of age or older, one count of criminal mischief and driving with a suspended driver’s license. The arrest report said that there were no drugs or alcohol were involved.
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Timm appeared in court on Sunday, smiling and nodding to the camera in the room, Action News Jax reported. He was assigned a public defender, but court records do not name the name of the attorney.
The Associated Press contributed to this report.