Christopher Whetstone, age 43, was arrested when he allegedly caused $1,000
worth of damage to a Florida Department of Revenue Child Support Enforcement
Office. The incident happened on February 3rd, 2015. Along with being
arrested and booked on a felony charge of criminal mischief, Whetstone
also had his driver’s license suspended. Jail records also show
that he will face a probation violation charge.
According to reports, Whetstone was allegedly upset about being behind
on his child support payments and was accused of throwing a temper tantrum.
A DOR employee went to speak to a supervisor, leaving Whetstone in the
waiting room of the office. According to the report, the employee claimed
she returned to find that a plastic chair had been broken in the waiting
room, scratch marks were on the window that separates the waiting room
and work area, and the employee’s computer monitor was on the floor.
Double doors on the exterior of the office were also allegedly knocked
out of alignment.
Whetstone has a history of aggravated battery charges, and Florida Department
of Corrections records show that he has served three prison sentences.
He was last released in august of 2009. Whetstone was booked into the
Alachua county jail.
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