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Jason Rice

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Shelby County Sheriff's Office

HQ Phone:  (901) 545-5500

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Shelby County Sheriff's Office

201 Poplar Ave Suite 902

Memphis, Tennessee,38103

United States

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www.sentinelnews.com

Jason Rice with the Shelby County Sheriff's Office said the break-ins were widespread.


www.state-journal.com

Shelby County Sheriff's Detective Jason Rice said Smith does not have any prior criminal charges involving juveniles.


www.sentinelnews.com

Shelby County Sheriff's Detective Jason Rice said the teen-ager apparently fell asleep at the wheel of his 1996 Volvo and crashed into a tree just past the Simpsonville exit on 1-64 east.


www.sentinelnews.com

Shelby County Sheriff's Detective Jason Rice said investigators believe the sexual conduct was consensual, but it falls under KRS statute 510.110, the charge of sexual abuse first degree when a person is in a position of authority or special trust, which includes teachers.
Each of the six charges, Rice said, occurred in different locations in Shelby County, including private property and one incident inside Collins High School. The two charges of distribution of obscene matter to minors were photos sent from phone to phone, Rice added. Rice said the case is still under investigation but noted that deputies have not been working with Oldham County Public Schools. "We don't have any reason to believe that anything happened outside of our jurisdiction," he said.


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