Cybersecdn– In a recent unsettling event, Ronnie Lee Graham Jr., a 37-year-old individual from Broxton, has been arrested under serious allegations in Jacksonville, Florida. Graham, who publicly identifies as a minister and gospel musician on his social media platforms, is currently facing three severe felony charges following an investigation involving a minor.
The Jacksonville Sheriff’s Office disclosed that they were alerted to a case where an adult male was reported to have sexually assaulted a 13-year-old girl. As the investigation unfolded, it became evident that Graham’s alleged misconduct might extend to another juvenile, raising grave concerns about his interactions within the community.
Graham’s professional life as a minister, coupled with his status as a traveling gospel artist frequenting various churches in Jacksonville and Douglas, paints a complex picture of his social engagements and the trust placed in him by these communities.
The arrest was executed on a Wednesday morning by the Coffee County Drug Unit, acting in coordination with the U.S. Marshals Service. Graham was subsequently detained at the Coffee County Jail, where he awaits extradition to Jacksonville, Florida, to face the charges laid against him. These charges include Sexual Battery, Kidnapping, and Lewd and Lascivious Battery, marking a significant fall from grace for someone who once held a position of moral and spiritual guidance in the community.