Alphonso Haynes Jr. 4th Rape and Sexual Assault in Jacksonville Florida

September 5, 2013 Jacksonville Florida  – A Jacksonville man with past sex case arrests has been accused of sexual battery and kidnapping after the victim was allowed to talk to her daughter during the abduction.

Police began the search about 2:30 p.m. Wednesday after the victim’s daughter told them she received a call from an unknown man who then allowed her mother to speak. The victim told her daughter she had been forced into a vehicle and that she didn’t know where she was, who she was with or where she was being taken. The victim, whose identity and age was not released and who does not speak English, later told police through an interpreter she was forcibly abducted and sexually assaulted.

The daughter told detectives she was running late picking her mother up from the downtown Jacksonville library at 303 N. Laura St. when she got the call.

Police discovered the victim was not home and began checking the phone number used to call the victim’s daughter. They connected the phone to an address then found a sport-utility vehicle, according to a police report. After stopping the SUV, police found the victim and Alphonso Haynes Jr., 49, whose last known addresses have been in the 9300 block of Ridge Boulevard and 11000 block of Palm Lakes Drive.

Haynes was charged with kidnaping and sexual battery and is being held on $175,000 bail. Police believe the victim’s lack of understanding English contributed to her being a target.

Haynes pleaded no contest to soliciting for prostitution in 2011 and had 1999 and 1998 charges of slight force sexual battery and threats of sexual battery dropped.

Dana Treen: (904) 359-4091

Woman abducted outside Jacksonville library; man arrested, Rape, Sexual Assault, Kidnapping, Florida, Jacksonville,

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