FL: Pinellas County man jailed for registry violation assaulted and on feeding tube

[wdtn.com – 7/9/18]

PINELLAS COUNTY, Fla. (WFLA) – An inmate suspected of killing a pregnant mother in Clearwater last year is accused of beating another inmate so badly, the man now relies on a feeding tube and is unable to speak, deputies said.

According to an affidavit, Charles Groucho Allen and James Sutcliff Mills were housed in the same pod at the Pinellas County Jail on June 17.

Officers said the two men started arguing over a remote control and things quickly escalated. Allen punched Mills in the face, causing him to fall onto the concrete floor. Mills was left with a traumatic brain injury and has been in the hospital for the last month. He cannot talk and relies on a feeding tube for nutrients, according to the report.

Detectives said the incident was witnessed by other inmates and caught on jail surveillance video, which we do not have at this time.

Online records show Mills was in jail for failing to register as a sex offender.

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They need to rub this in the judges’ faces, smear it until they fully get it into their heads how much real harm this registry causes.

Would it be possible to include a link to an original article? The way it is without such a link limits comments to our own echo chamber without engaging anyone else (for better or for worse).

I guess this would be better directed at floridaactioncommittee.org

Registry violation can actually be a sexual crime to add insult to injury. F@%kers.

I hope the STATE of FL will pay for the rest of the care for this persons life !!! DRAIN the SYSTEM and ELIMINATE the GOVERNMENT !

So this isn’t as directly related to the registry as it would first seen. The victim was in jail for failing to register, but the attack didn’t seem to have anything to do with that. The two men argued over a TV remote and the victim was punched in the face, which caused him to fall and hit his head, resulting in said injuries.


The judge, if he had any sentencing discretion, is responsible for the man’s injuries.

what a nightmare , I don’t really know but I do at the same time that this man was set up , or why would they have him in the same pod or cell that hurt so many , so far its only the cops and a hand full of jail rats that are saying it was really over a stupid lame ass remote , the only thing remote in this this story is that the cop shop is telling the truth , how can they compare the RC with this complete thug , I wonder what favors the thug got for doing this knowing he was going away for ever for Murdering a women ? , WTF ?