Complaint arrest at Red Bird Mission lands Georgetown resident in jail
From The Clay County Sheriff's Department -
On Tuesday October 29, 2019 at approximately 8:40 AM Clay County Sheriff Patrick Robinson and Clay County Chief Deputy Clifton Jones arrested 18 year old Camree Huff of Georgetown.
The arrest occurred when Sheriff Robinson and Chief Jones received a complaint at Red Bird Mission of an suspicious vehicle driving back and forth along school property. During the investigation it was noted by School officials and witnesses that Huff made numerous passes around the school, then drove through the fence that surrounded the school and came to a final rest after hitting a tree stump.
He then fled the scene and was located at a nearby residence and was placed under arrest without incident. Huff stated he was upset because his girlfriend had recently broken up with him.
Camree Huff was lodged in the Clay County Detention Center charged with: No or Expired Registration Plate Wanton Endangerment 2nd Degree Menacing Leaving Scene of Accident Failure of Owner to Maintain Required Insurance