Timmothy Hall, accused flasher, works for Jacksonville Sheriff’s Office

September 7th, 2010 by Staff

TAMPA, Florida — 10 News has learned that a man accused of flashing a 7-year-old girl in a bookstore over the weekend works for the Jacksonville Sheriff’s Office.

Timmothy Hall, 41, of Jacksonville is accused of exposing his penis to a girl in the children’s section of the Barnes and Noble bookstore at 213 Dale Mabry Avenue on Saturday afternoon.

He faces second-degree felony charges of lewd and lascivious exhibition.

Hall works in corrections as a certified medical assistant with J.S.O.

The victim says Hall left the bookstore by the time police arrived, but Senior Airman Bryan Alder, who is based at MacDill Air Force Base, was inside the bookstore at the time. He says,”Hey, if this guy gets his jollies off of kids in a bookstore,” Alder said, “he might be doing it again.”

On a hunch, Alder drove to the Borders at Cypress and Dale Mabry, where he says he saw a man matching the suspect’s description.

“I walked back toward the kids section (and) sure enough,” Alder continued, “(he) was standing right there. He had a book in his hands, but he was looking toward the kids’ section of the bookstore and I just knew that that was him.”

Alder called police, who approached Hall in the children’s section. He refused to follow the officers’ demands, then became aggressive when officers tried to arrest him. An officer shocked Hall with a taser and he was taken into custody.

No word whether Hall still has his job with the Jacksonville Sheriff’s Office after his arrest. For now he is still in jail being held without bond.

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