Former Corrine Brown associate wanted for $100,000 ID fraud
The Jacksonville Sheriff’s Office is searching for a well-known local man with a history of financial improprieties and a connection to former U.S. Rep. Corrine Brown.
According to authorities, Siottis Jackson, 34, has an active arrest warrant for the Criminal Use of Personal Information in excess of $100,000, another troubling financial issue for a man with two felony convictions in his past. Jackson is well known locally, heading up events like “Souls to the Polls” and working on the campaigns of both Brown and Rep. Angela Nixon.
Jackson served as the activities director at Ribault High School years ago where he pleaded guilty to a felony scheme to defraud the school after more than $6,000 went missing in various athletic, fundraising and extracurricular events. Jackson also pleaded guilty to another felony in 2015 for forging two checks at a Clay County realty firm. Jackson currently lists his position on social media as the Chief Operating & Program Officer at The First Coast Leadership Foundation.
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