O’BRIEN — Sending electronic messages to an ex landed an O’Brien man in jail Monday for trespassing and dealing in stolen property.
According to the Suwannee County Sheriff’s Office, a woman reported that Timothy Doyl Madrid, a 35-year-old from O’Brien, had sent her messages electronically saying he was coming to her house, which he had been trespassed from on Dec. 29.
The victim told authorities that she didn’t respond to the messages but that the suspect was at her house, the report states.
When officers responded, they saw the suspect driving away from the house in an off-road vehicle, the report states.
According to the report, when the suspect was stopped he admitted to being at the residence in which he had been trespassed from but that he was wanting to leave the off-road vehicle there as a Christmas present for his son.
The vehicle was reported stolen from Hamilton County, the report states.
When asked about the stolen vehicle at the Suwannee County Jail, the suspect allegedly told officers he bought it for $1,000 from someone in Columbia County through Facebook and could show officers the messages, the report states.
According to the report, when the suspect was given his tablet in order to find the messages, the suspect instead sent a text to the victim of the trespass warning.
Madrid was charged with trespassing and dealing in stolen property.
Madrid was arrested in December for extortion after using claims that a victim was a Ku Klux Klan member in order to obtain up to $100,000.