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JESUS JAILED BY BOCA RATON POLICE DAYS BEFORE HOLY HOLIDAY

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COP: “AS I WAS SPEAKING WITH JESUS, I OBSERVED HIS SPEECH TO BE SLURRED.”

POLICE REPORT: War On Drugs, Not Christmas.

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Jesus Alejandro Morales Goncalves, Courtesy Palm Beach County Jail.

BY: ANDREW COLTON | Editor and Publisher

BOCA RATON, FL (BocaNewsNow.com) (Copyright © 2022 MetroDesk Media, LLC) — Jesus Alejandra Morales Goncavles of Boca Raton was jailed for his alleged drug sins following his arrest by Boca Raton Police. Jesus, according to a police report reviewed by BocaNewsNow.com, was speeding in the area of 500 South Federal Highway just after midnight on November 30th as a Boca Raton Police Officer was monitoring the flow of traffic.

“I heard a large screech and observed a black Honda run the red light at SE 5th Street/SE Mizner Blvd. to make a left turn onto Federal Highway southbound,” wrote the officer. “As I was accelerating to catch up to the vehicle, I watched as it rapidly accelerated and started swerving in and out of the travel lanes. The vehicle slammed on the brakes for a red light at the intersection of Federal Highway and East Camino Real, coming to a stop in the right turn lane. Once the light turned green, the vehicle rapidly accelerated, jumped back into the SB travel lane, and continued SB at a high rate of speed, swerving within its lane and endangering the safety of other vehicles around.”

The officer stopped Jesus, approached the vehicle, and was “immediately presented with the overwhelming odor of alcohol emanating from within the vehicle.”

The officer states that he observed a prescription pill bottle and a pipe with residue within the center console, then attempted to have a conversation with Jesus.

“As I was speaking with Jesus,” wrote the officer, “I observed his speech to be slurred and slow as well as him to have bloodshot (and) watery eyes. When I asked Jesus if he had any alcohol tonight, he became defensive demanding that I identify the precise alcohol he drank. Jesus spontaneously uttered, ‘I know I f-d up tonight, but I don’t deserve to go to jail.’ When I asked Jesus as to what ‘F-d up’ meant, he became verbally combative. I asked Jesus to step out of the vehicle and after asking multiple times to step out, Jesus began rolling up his window.” After a bit of a struggle, “I reached into the vehicle, grabbed his right arm, and removed Jesus from the vehicle.” Jesus was eventually handcuffed.

Officers state they found a glass pipe and a grinder which both contained green leafy residue which field- tested positive for Marijuana. They also stated that they found four blue pill pieces in his prescription bottle that tested positive for methamphetamine.

Jesus Alejandro Morales Goncalves of Thousand Pines Lane in Boca Raton is now charged with drug possession, possessing drug equipment, DUI, and resisting an officer without violence. Jesus posted $3,000 bond and if State Attorney David Aronberg proceeds with prosecution, Jesus may eventually stand trial in Palm Beach County.

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