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L-R:  Jennifer Michelle Orr, Richard Allen Shockley and Jacob Lee Bowman. L-R: Jennifer Michelle Orr, Richard Allen Shockley and Jacob Lee Bowman.

Jennifer Orr, 37, was arrested last month for spending time with several 14-16 year old boys. Accused of providing the kids with marijuana.  Deputis caught her with a 14-year-old boy in her car, and suspected her of riding around with other teenage boys.


Jacksonville police arrested her Tuesday night for breaking and entering into several vehicles near the high school.  Investigators say she was working with two 19-year-old, Richard Shockley and Jacob Bowman.  Orr was driving her SUV and officers recovered some stolen items from her car.  Officers found the teenage boys at houses nearby."One arrest per person with three separate felony charges of Unlawful Breaking and Entering a Vehicle. Bond each person was a total of $45,000 ($15,000 per charge). "
Also, I checked Alacourt for the case involving the underage boys, where she is charged with felony "interference with custody", and the court decided last Tuesday that it will go to a grand jury.  More charges could be added.

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