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Third Arrest in Seven Weeks for Jessica Mauldin

Major David Harper of the Madison County Sheriff’s Office reports that on Friday, January 27, 2017, at 12:53 a.m. Sgt. Kevin Stout was conducting routine patrol on County Road 360 South when he observed a gold four door Jeep SUV in the ditch. As Sgt. Stout stopped to check on the vehicle he observed a female standing near the rear passenger door. It appeared that the female was attempting to conceal something. The female quickly went around the back of the jeep and entered the driver side front seat. Sgt. Stout cautiously approached the driver side of the jeep and recognized the female as Jessica Mauldin from previous dealings with her. Mauldin appeared nervous and anxious as she handed Sgt. Stout her driver license. Mauldin was instructed to exit the vehicle however she refused to comply. Sgt. Stout called for a routine assistance and a canine. Deputy Alfonzo Frazier and Sgt. Bobby Boatwright responded arriving a short time later. Mauldin continued to refuse to comply with Sgt. Stout’s orders to exit the Jeep. At one point Mauldin started the Jeep in attempt to drive off. Sgt. Boatwright was forced to open the door of the Jeep and pull Mauldin from behind the steering wheel. Once Mauldin was safely removed from the Jeep Sgt. Boatwright conducted an exterior free air sniff of the Jeep with canine Leo. Leo gave a positive indication to the presence of narcotic odor within the Jeep. During a Probable Cause Search the deputies located a purse on the front seat that contained Mauldin’s driver license. The purse also contained a digital scale, one marijuana cigarette, aluminum foil with Methamphetamine residue and other items of drug paraphernalia. A cooler was located on the floor that contained an opened can of beer.  Mauldin was arrested without further incident and transported to the Madison County Jail.





Jessica Rae Mauldin


230 NE Ford Way

Madison, FL 32340


  1. Possess Methamphetamine

  2. Possess Drug Paraphernalia

  3. Fail to Obey Lawful Command










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