KARYANNA NOT IN JAIL RELEASED WITH GPS MONITORING

KARYANNA NOT IN JAIL RELEASED WITH GPS MONITORING

first_imgFacebook Twitter Google+LinkedInPinterestWhatsAppProvidenciales, 20 Nov 2014 – Karyanna Cox is not in police custody; the young woman, who allegedly attacked someone with a dangerous weapon according to the St Lucie County Sheriff’s office was since November 13th; last week Thursday released on her own reconnaissance or ROR(ed) with the conditions being that she would have to be monitored by GPS and must have no contact with the so called victim in the matter. Many were not happy about reporting of the story on the arrest of Karyanna Cox, a graphic design student at Indian River State College and some are expressing as much as the shocking case came to light late yesterday. Nonetheless, Magnetic Media has been in touch with the Port St Lucie County Courthouse where it is confirmed that 19 year old Karyanna was held for one night after being arrested on November 12th for a felony. We also learned that because the court has not yet filed the information including what precisely Karyanna will be charged with, there is no new court date as yet. While some are furious, others are calling for increased prayers for the country’s youth and its people as a barrage of unfortunate stories about TCI women living abroad have surfaced in the past four months. Two involved women likely coping with Postpartum Depression; one taking her own life after allegedly hurting her three-month old son, while the other is charged with the murder of her six-year old daughter; now Karyanna, a promising graduate of Clement Howell High who is an American citizen and who yesterday marked her 19th birthday is soon to be arraigned. Cox is the daughter of GSS Deputy Secretary Russell Cox; her mother, Kay Cox, is a teacher at Ianthe Pratt Primary. Related Items:clement howell high school, ianthe pratt, indian river state college, karyann cox, kay cox, russel cox, st. lucie county Eagles win again at InterHigh Championships National Heritage Month ends Clement Howell High get their hands dirty for World Wetlands Day 2016 Recommended for you Facebook Twitter Google+LinkedInPinterestWhatsApplast_img

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