Lynnsey Gardner, News4JAX

Lynnsey Gardner


Jacksonville, FL, United States

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Past articles by Lynnsey:

Kimberly Kessler’s trail of faces, names ... and deaths?

Digging through the hundreds of pages of evidence in the murder case against Kimberly Kessler in the presumed death of Joleen Cummings, the question is raised: Could Kessler have killed before? → Read More

Corrine Brown released from prison over coronavirus fears

Former congresswoman Corrine Brown wants to be released from prison because she believes her underlying health conditions place her at great risk of dying if she were to contract COVID-19. → Read More

Auditor finds JEA leadership was giving misleading facts

The News4Jax I-TEAM learned Thursday that the city auditor found JEA top brass were purposely giving misleading information to make the future of the utility seem more bleak. → Read More

Advocate: Clay County school counselors are 'borderline abused'

School guidance counselors are tasked with finding key warning signs in troubled students. But a Clay County teacher's union rep says counselors are all too often pulled away from important counseling duties to oversee testing. → Read More

Family, friends say goodbye to 5-year-old who drowned in wave pool

Loved ones gathered Friday for an emotional goodbye for a 5-year-old Jacksonville boy who drowned last weekend on what was supposed to be fun family outing. → Read More

Men fondling themselves in public libraries get banned, nothing more

A woman was outraged last week when she saw a man fondle himself in front of children at a public library, and the I-TEAM has found it's not the first such incident at a Jacksonville library. → Read More

What's in the water? Uncovering public pool problems

As summer heats up and more and more families head to the pool, the News4Jax I-TEAM is digging into thousands of health department inspections of public pools and finding dozens that have been shut down or ruled “unsatisfactory” by health inspectors. → Read More

Photos show bruises, scratches on woman charged in hairstylist's murder

Discovery material released Wednesday by the State Attorney's Office reveals photos showing bruises on the hands and face of the woman charged in the murder of a missing Nassau County hairstylist. → Read More

Firefighter apologizes for Instagram comment on mass shooting

A Jacksonville Fire and Rescue engineer under investigation over a questionable social media comment about a recent mass shooting apologized to the department and was issued a written letter of reprimand. → Read More

Decision to accept UAE donation could spark fireworks at City Hall

Serious questions about the city of Jacksonville accepting millions of dollars from a foreign government could lead to potential fireworks Friday during a meeting at City Hall. → Read More

JFRD investigates engineer after Instagram comment on mass shooting

A mass shooting a half-mile from the Jaguars' stadium Sunday landed a Jacksonville firefighter under investigation over a questionable social media comment that News4Jax viewers found offensive. → Read More

Former NFL player Jabar Gaffney on 72-hour psychiatric hold

A former NFL star took pills and threatened to harm himself while holding a gun Jacksonville police were told before they took him into custody. → Read More

Katrina Brown or Reggie Brown: Who will flip first?

Legal experts tell the I-TEAM it's only a matter of time before one of them agrees to testify against the other. → Read More

Jacksonville police arrest 1 of their own 22 times in 33 months

William Winstead, whose arrest on a charge of organized fraud was announced Thursday, is the 22nd employee of the Jacksonville Sheriff's Office to be arrested since July 2015, when Sheriff Mike Williams took office. → Read More

Business leader who prompted JEA sale discussion has ties to mayor

As the mayor and some City Council members trade blows over the potential sale of JEA to a private company, the I-TEAM is digging into whether the sale could be tied to Mayor Lenny Curry politically. → Read More

Corrine Brown to report to Central Florida prison camp, source says

After a federal appeals court denied Corrine Brown's request to remain out of prison during her appeal this week, a source told the WJXT Investigative Team that Brown has been assigned to a Sumter County women's prison camp and will likely report Monday. → Read More

Court: Corrine Brown must appeal convictions from prison

A federal appeals court ruled Monday that former congresswoman Corrine Brown must appeal her convictions from prison. → Read More

Corrine Brown's former chief of staff ordered to home confinement

Former U.S. Rep. Corrine Brown's former chief of staff Ronnie Simmons has been ordered to home confinement in Maryland until he reports to federal prison next week. He was sentenced last month to four years in prison on mail and wire fraud charges resulting from a criminal conspiracy with Brown and Carla Wiley, the founder of a fake educational charity. → Read More

Autopsy: Jacksonville 3-year-old accidentally drowned in septic tank

The death of a 3-year-old Jacksonville boy whose body was found in a tank at an Arlington city park has officially been ruled an accident by the Medical Examiner's Office. → Read More

Jacksonville makes video pitch to attract Amazon's second HQ

Hundreds of cities across the country are vying to become the new home to Amazon's second headquarters. → Read More