20-year-old Lahajsia Unique Amos is free on a $5,000 bond after Clarksville Police say she got into a food fight with a female acquaintance of her child’s father, who was bringing a car seat to her house on Christmas Eve. She allegedly punched her in the head, pulled her hair, and assaulted her with a fountain drink and bag of food from Wendy’s, which she took from the victim’s car. The victim threw a yogurt cup back at Amos. Since both parties were involved in the fight, and neither pressed charges, Officer JT Knoblock charged Lahajsia Amos with felony burglary of a motor vehicle, stating she took the bag of Wendy’s food used during the assault from the victim’s vehicle without permission.
Officers Knoblock and Baker responded to the initial call for service on Christmas Eve at 12:09 p.m. at 3716 Misty Way where they met with the male witness and female victim. The two stated they went to the apartment of Lahajsia Amos at 171 Wallace Blvd to take a car seat for her 1-year-old son.
The male witness went inside the apartment while the female victim stayed in the car, a white Honda Accord. Lahajsia noticed the victim was outside and went outside to speak with her, however, the victim refused to roll down her driver’s side window. Amos knocked on the passenger side window, which was then rolled down while the victim asked the witness if he was ready to leave.
Amos reportedly reached into the vehicle’s window and took a Wendy’s food bag and then threw it at the victim. The victim volleyed a yogurt cup back at Amos, which Amot returned with a fountain drink assault, all while holding her 1-year-old child. She then handed the child off to the male witness as the victim drove the car away from the scene a short distance. Amos went to the car’s new location, about 40 yards away, and the victim exited the vehicle. Amos reportedly pulled her hair and punched her in the back of the head. Officer documented a patch of hair, which had been separated from the victim’s head.
Lahajsia Unique Amos was booked into the Montgomery County Jail and charged with felony burglary of a motor vehicle. She is free on a $5,000 bond, via 2nd Chance 24 Hour Bail Bonding. An arraignment is scheduled for January 5th.