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Corrections officer arrested in Orange Park road-rage assault

Posted: June 9, 2014 - 5:49pm

A Florida Department of Corrections officer is facing charges related to road rage Sunday on Blanding Boulevard in Orange Park.

Deputies responded to the 300 block of Blanding after an assault was reported, according to the Clay County Sheriff’s Office.

Sean Hayes is accused of getting out of his car, going up to the driver’s side of the victim’s car and punching the victim in the face, according to the incident report.

The victim’s wife witnessed the assault and said a Jacksonville sheriff’s officer in a marked vehicle was behind Hayes when it happened.

The victim did not have any visible signs of injury but told officers his chin hurt after the punch. He declined medical treatment.

Hayes was transported to the Clay County jail and charged with battery.

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olgator 06/11/14 - 09:22 am
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No train we get it. In the

No train we get it. In the society you'd like to see, liberals deserve to be punched in the face just because. Now carry on patriot and get back to your fox news, the commercials are almost over.

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traincompbox 06/09/14 - 08:11 pm
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So we've heard the sad sob

So we've heard the sad sob story about the victim.

Now let's hear the story from the 'attacker' side.

I'm curious if the victim did something really stupid and deserved at least what he got. How many times have any of you experienced or watched someone doing something insanely stupid? So stupid they deserved to be hobbled to prevent them from driving so they would be prevented from driving and eventually ending up killing or maiming someone.

I have a great concern that a significant portion of our society is approaching 'the full mark' on their tolerance levels of stupidity, intentional destruction of their wealth for the benefit of others (that thing the President proudly calls "greed"), senseless violence, lack of critical thinking on the part of our youth (killing just for the feeling of it), the embracing of deviant behaviors, people getting a bonus for doing what they are already paid to do, politicians creating legislation to keep power and get more power...shall I go on?

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Stecker 06/09/14 - 07:12 pm
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"...told officers his chin

"...told officers his chin hurt after the punch. He declined medical treatment."

What a wuss.

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