A 42-year-old Ocklawaha driver with an outstanding warrant was jailed recently after cussing out a Marion County sheriff’s deputy and then pulling down his shorts and underwear.
The deputy knew that Jay Corey McBride was wanted on the warrant and didn’t have a driver’s license, so he attempted to perform a traffic stop after he spotted him driving a vehicle on S.E. 132nd Place. McBride didn’t stop his vehicle until he pulled into the driveway of his Ocklawaha residence, a sheriff’s office report states.
McBride exited his vehicle and confronted the deputy while using profanity. The deputy told Mitchell he was being arrested for an outstanding warrant and placed him in handcuffs. McBride said he wasn’t going to get into the patrol vehicle and then started taking down his pants, the report says.
McBride eventually got into the patrol vehicle after other deputies arrived. He was found to be in possession of cocaine and drug paraphernalia and was transported to the Marion County Jail.
McBride was charged with driving with license suspended or revoked (habitual), possession of cocaine, brawling/fighting, resisting an officer without violence and possession of paraphernalia. He also was charged with an outstanding warrant for driving while license canceled, suspended or revoked and his bond was revoked on a previous charge of driving while license suspended (habitual). He was being held on $11,000 bond and is due in court Sept. 1 at 9 a.m.