HILLSBOROUGH COUNTY, Florida (CW44 News At 10) – The Hillsborough County Sheriff’s Office has arrested a former Florida Department of Corrections (FDOC) probation officer after an investigation revealed he abused his position and sexually assaulted at least two people.
Detectives say that between June 2021 and October 2021, Jeremy Greenidge, 26, was employed by the FDOC as a supervisor. During that time, while performing in his official capacity, he received oral sex from two of his offenders and requested a third for oral sex.
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All three victims said they believed if they had not performed the sexual acts on the suspect, he would have violated their probation, resulting in them going to jail. HCSO began investigating Greenidge after one of the victims emerged.
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“This is a person who took the oath to keep his community safe. He not only broke that oath, but he abused his power,” said Sheriff Chad Chronister. “It does not matter who you are or what your position is. , The Hillsborough County Sheriff’s Office will never tolerate anyone taking advantage of others. Anyone else who may be a victim of this man should contact HCSO at 813-247-8200. “
On November 19, 2021, Greenidge was arrested and charged with sexual battery-specific circumstances (x2) and attempted sexual battery-specific circumstances.
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Greenidge’s booking image is exempt under Florida Statute 119,071 (4) (d).
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