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Man who didn’t show up for sentencing in Child Sexual Assault case, is back in Kerr County

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Gavin Tab Jackson, a 24 year old man with an address listed in Kilgore, TX sits in the Kerr County Jail this morning with a bond totaling $200,000. He was originally charged with Sexual Assault of a Child in December 2016, in Kerr County with the offense date listed as August 17th, 2016. Kerr County records show that he was released on a personal recognizance bond.

He was supposed to show up in court for sentencing on January 24th, 2018, but court records show that he failed to appear.

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Jackson was then arrested in Gregg County on March 10th, 2018, with charges of

  • BAIL JUMPING AND FAIL TO APPEAR – KERR COUNTY
  • FAILURE TO APPEAR / BOND FORFEITURE / SEXUAL ASSAULT CHILD
  • BOND FORFEITURE – SEXUAL ASSAULT CHILD
  • EVADING ARREST DETENTION
  • POSSESSION OF MARIJUANA – UNDER TWO OUNCES

Gregg County records show Time Served for the Evading Arrest Charge, but now Jackson is back in Kerr County where he will have to answer on the his current four charges here.

  • BOND FORFEITURE – SEXUAL ASSAULT CHILD – $50,000 BOND
  • BOND FORFEITURE – SEXUAL ASSAULT CHILD – $50,000 BOND
  • BAIL JUMPING AND FAILURE TO APPEAR FELONY  – $50,000 BOND
  • SEXUAL ASSAULT CHILD – $50,000 BOND – Duplicate charge from warrant.

Records show that Jackson has a court appointed attorney with the name of Kurt Rudkin.

We will keep you updated on this case.

 

 

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