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JCSD searching for aggravated assault suspect

Jerome Justin Boe. Photo Credit: JCSD Jerome Justin Boe. Photo Credit: JCSD
JONES COUNTY, MS (WDAM) -

Jones County Sheriff’s Investigators are asking for the public’s help in finding a man wanted on serious charges.

Jerome Justin Boe, 40 of Moselle is wanted on warrants for aggravated assault - domestic violence, and a possession of cocaine charge. 

Boe is approximately 5.9’ and 140 pounds.  

On April 2 a woman called JCSD stating she had been beaten up by Boe, who was her boyfriend and father of her infant.

According to the release, she reported that the abuse began the day before when she took the baby to Boe’s residence. 

Shortly after arriving, an argument became physical, and violent. 

In a statement released by police, she reported that Boe hit her, kicked her, and held a knife to her throat threatening to kill her. 

The victim said the abuse continued for 24 hours. According to the release, someone came to the home, realized what was happening, and threatened to call the Sheriff’s Department. 

Boe then fled the scene, according to the release. 

Boe was last seen driving a black Chevrolet truck with the Jones County tag, “JHOG."  

He is believed to be in Lamar County, where he could be facing additional charges.

If you have any information on Boe and his whereabouts, please contact the Jones County Sheriff’s Department at 601-425-3147.  Your name will be kept confidential.  

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