Man released from prison three days ago arrested for possession of pornography in violation of probation conditions
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GAINESVILLE, Fla. – Kevin Michael Jameson, 40, who was released from prison on March 20, was arrested yesterday after his probation officer reportedly found pornographic materials on his phones, in violation of his probation conditions.

Jameson was arrested in March 2021 and charged with four counts of lewd or lascivious exhibition to a victim under the age of 16; he was found incompetent to proceed with trial in May 2021 and was committed to a State hospital. He was found competent to stand trial in November 2021. In March 2022, he entered a plea of nolo contendere to the four charges and was sentenced to two years in state prison with credit for 347 days served, followed by 64 months of sexual offender probation.

Jameson was released from prison on March 20 and established GRACE Marketplace as his residence; he was reportedly instructed that he is not permitted to use the internet and must charge his GPS monitor at least four hours a day. On March 23, his probation officer visited him at GRACE; during the initial conversation, Jameson reportedly mentioned that he is allowed to use the internet, although he had reportedly been told on March 20 that he is not allowed to use the internet without supervision.

The probation officer noticed Jameson’s GPS monitor and a cell phone sitting on a chair next to him, and Jameson reportedly said he borrowed the phone from a roommate. They went inside, and Jameson allegedly told the officer that his neighbor’s bunk was his, but another person intervened and pointed out the correct bunk.

Officers reportedly found two cell phone boxes on Jameson’s bunk; Jameson reportedly said they were old boxes that his mother had kept in storage for him. The officer conducted a warrantless planned search and reportedly found that Jameson had tried to conceal the phones by putting them under his roommate’s pillow.

Officers reportedly found a receipt for one of the phones, showing it had been recently purchased. The cell phones were then searched, reportedly producing pornographic materials. The officer then arrested Jameson for violation of probation.

The officer also reported that Jameson’s GPS monitor had a low-battery alarm on March 22 and that Jameson had not charged it as instructed.

The probation officer reported that Jameson is a “high-risk offender” who is “a threat to the community and society.” The officer wrote that Jameson’s behavior “clearly shows he is not taking his supervision seriously,” and he recommended that Jameson’s probation be revoked and that he be re-sentenced to the Department of Corrections.

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