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Ocala woman admits to ramming man’s vehicle in Circle K parking lot

Jacqueline Shanette Stone

An Ocala woman with a prior battery conviction was arrested after she battered a man and rammed his vehicle multiple times with hers during a wild domestic incident in a Circle K parking lot.

Jacqueline Shanette Stone, 31, of 16 Bahia Court Lane, was charged with battery (second or subsequent offense), and two counts of criminal mischief with property damage of $1,000 or more.

A Marion County sheriff’s deputy responded at around 11:30 p.m. Sunday to the store, located at 6820 SE Maricamp Road. The victim said he drove from St. Augustine to pick up someone (name and relationship were redacted) from Stone. The victim said he noticed Stone’s car was parked at Circle K, so he approached her to talk to her, according to the sheriff’s office report.

The victim said the conversation escalated into an argument and Stone got into her vehicle and rammed into his. He said he got out of his vehicle and tried to get Stone to stop. The victim said Stone got out of her vehicle, entered his and took his keys, the report said

The victim said he tried to get his keys back from Stone, but she started striking him. He said after Stone battered him, she got into her vehicle and rammed his vehicle twice before fleeing the scene, according to the report.

An eyewitness said she arrived at the store and saw a black male (the victim) and a black female with a blonde wig (Stone) fighting. The witness said Stone rammed the victim’s vehicle before walking up to him and striking him. She said after Stone attacked the victim, she got back into her car and rammed the victim’s vehicle twice before leaving the scene, the report said.

The deputy contacted Stone by phone. Stone said she didn’t know what happened and told the deputy she was going to return to the scene. However, she called the victim a short time later and said she wouldn’t return out of fear of being arrested, according to the report.

Later, the deputy received a report of another case of Stone returning to the scene and ramming the victim’s vehicle again. Another deputy located Stone in her vehicle and conducted a traffic stop at 7 Pine Radial Drive, the report said.

After being read her Miranda rights, Stone told the deputy she and the victim got into a physical altercation. She said the victim broke her phone and she responded by going into his car to get cash for the broken phone but took the keys instead. Stone said she and the victim argued again before she left the Circle K and struck his vehicle on the way out. Total damage to the vehicle is estimated to be $1,500, according to the report.

A computer check revealed Stone was convicted of battery in Marion County in November 2008. She was taken to the Marion County Jail, where she was released Monday on $3,000 bond. She’ll appear in Marion County Court on May 5.

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