25-year-old Jazmine Jackson was charged with domestic assault after police say she tossed her roommate’s belongings to the ground and texted her in an attempt to provoke her to return to the residence to physically harm her. The victim, Kayla Vanzant, says she was in fear due to the threats.
Clarksville Police Officer Justin Bolden responded to a domestic assault call at 1437 Bruceton Drive on January 12th and met with the victim, Kayla Vanzant, who explained she was in the processing of moving out when a verbal argument erupted with her roommate, Jazmine Jackson. Vanzant reportedly felt threatened and left the residence in an attempt to de-escalate the situation.
Court records show Jazmine then sent text messages to Vanzant provoking her to return to the residence so she could assault her, and photos of her belongings which she had tossed onto the ground in the garage. Police took Jazmine Quanshae Jackson into custody, charging her with domestic assault. She is free on a $250 bond.