Man booked into jail on Alachua County probation violations after multiple arrests in Arkansas

Staff report

GAINESVILLE, Fla. – Kadarius Ismaiah James, 20, has been booked into the Alachua County Jail after violating his probation with multiple arrests in Arkansas.

James was arrested in Gainesville in September 2021 on six cases involving car burglaries, use of stolen credit cards, and stolen firearms. He entered pleas of nolo contendere to the charges and was adjudicated guilty of 13 felonies and eight misdemeanors with a sentence of 300 days in jail, two years of probation, and restitution to the victims.

According to an affidavit of violation of probation filed on November 4, 2022, James was instructed on the conditions of probation on June 6, 2022, and was arrested in Little Rock, Arkansas, for Theft by Receiving on June 28, 2022. James was also arrested by the University of Central Arkansas Police Department on September 22, 2022, and charged with possession of a firearm by a convicted felon, drug possession, and obstruction of government operations. He was then arrested by the North Little Rock Police Department on October 7, 2022, for residential burglary and property theft.

James also has an active warrant out of Marion County for theft of a vehicle.

James is being held without bond on the charges.

Articles about arrests are based on reports from law enforcement agencies. The charges listed are taken from the arrest report and/or court records and are only accusations. All suspects are innocent until proven guilty in a court of law. 

  • 300 days in jail is a far cry from the death sentence he deserves.

    • Sorry Mr. Duck it’s futile but liberal ‘logic’ will never be understood except by those who choose not to apply logic to their leftist decisions.

  • Putting people on probation for gun crimes and less than a year for 13 felonies only encourages more crime. If he even respected himself, he wouldn’t have a neck tattoo or that ‘do.

  • That neck tattoo seems to indicate he has decided never to enter the workforce.

  • Q: WTF do we want him back here?

    Answer: lawyers make our laws. They require probation cases “stay here” so they’ll never get straight and keep feeding their defenders’ law skool loan payments.

  • Can’t fix what doesn’t want to be.

    The only fix is culling from the herd and somehow he missed the chute far too many times.

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