Dalton man charged with aggravated assault, trespass after discovering Wi-Fi disconnected

Aug 30, 2020 at 10:15 AM EDT

DALTON – The following narrative report was filed by the Whitfield County Sheriff’s Office regarding the arrest of Joshua Duran Jackson, 29, on August 23, 2020 on charges of aggravated assault and criminal trespass.

Some names and addresses in the following transcription may have been redacted to protect the innocent. Errors may exist. We don’t fix spelling/grammatical errors made by the agency:

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On August 23, 2020 at around 1018, [VICTIM #1] called the Whitfield County Dispatch. Ms. [VICTIM #1] stated her nephew was causing a disturbance at [4300 block] Bass McHan Dr.

Ms. [VICTIM #1] told the dispatcher that her nephew was causing damage to property and making threats. [VICTIM #2] who lives at [4300 block] Bass McHan called Whitfield County Dispatch requesting medical assistance for himself.

Upon arriving, Deputy Sharpe observed a male (Joshua Jackson) walking up the driveway away from the residence of [4300 block] Bass McHan. Mr. Jackson was very upset and stated he was not having a good day.

[WITNESS #1] come over from another residence. Ms. [WITNESS #1] stated that Mr. Jackson had knocked her door down. Mr. Jackson stated he was upset about the WIFI not working. Mr. Jackson stated that he went into [4300 block] Bass McHan and went over to the internet line. Mr. Jackson stated that the internet line had been unplugged. Mr. Jackson then stated he did not go into the residence.

Deputy Sharpe asked Mr. Jackson if he could pat him down for any weapons and Mr. Jackson stated it was ok. Deputy Sharpe then placed Mr. Jackson in handcuffs, checked for proper fit, and doubled locked the handcuffs. Deputy Sharpe advised Mr. Jackson that he was not under arrest and that he was only being detained at this time. At first, Mr. Jackson did not want to get into Deputy Sharpe patrol vehicle but Deputy Sharpe was able to talk Mr. Jackson into getting into the patrol vehicle.

Deputy Sharpe then went to check on [VICTIM #2]. [VICTIM #2] was laying right side of his body leaning up on a chair. Deputy Sharpe asked [VICTIM #2] what was wrong. [VICTIM #2] stated his left shoulder was dislocated. Deputy Sharpe could also see that [VICTIM #2] shoulder was dislocated. [VICTIM #2] stated that Mr. Jackson was bagging on the door. Mr. Jackson then bummed rushed his was into residence. That when Mr. Jackson dislocated Mr. Keenebrew left shoulder. The injury render on [VICTIM #2] caused his left shoulder to be useless. Once EMS arrived, Deputy Sharpe asked the EMS personal if [VICTIM #2] shoulder was dislocated to get medical opinion. The EMS confirmed that [VICTIM #2] arm was dislocated. [VICTIM #2] was transported to the hospital.

Deputy Sharpe then got Mr. Jackson out of his patrol vehicle to search his person because of an arrest. Mr. Jackson was then advised of the charges made against him. Deputy Sharpe then asked Mr. Jackson to step into the patrol vehicle. Mr. Jackson started to argue. Mr. Jackson tense his arms up when Deputy Sharpe tried to place him in the patrol vehicle. As Deputy Sharpe had a hold Mr. Jackson arm Mr. Jackson turn to face Deputy Sharpe. Deputies were finally able to get Mr. Jackson to sit in the patrol vehicle. Mr. Jackson continued to yell at Deputies. Deputies Sharpe and Centers lifted Mr. Jackson legs into the patrol vehicle due to Mr. Jackson refusing to do so himself. Mr. Jackson made spontaneous utterances that since him and [VICTIM #2] was fighting he should be going to jail as well.

Deputy Sharpe then transported Mr. Jackson to the Whitfield County Jail. Mr. Jackson had taken his things out of his pocket and hand them in his hand. Mr. Jackson hands were in a fist when he was in the sally port. Deputy Sharpe had to take the things out of Mr. Jackson hand and put them on the ground. Once in booking Mr. Jackson was still yelling. Mr. Jackson refused to take his shoes off so, booking staff had to take his shoes off. Mr. Jackson then started coughing and then puked on the booking counter. Deputies assisted the booking staff in putting Mr. Jackson in the paddle cell. Mr. Jackson was then turn over to the booking staff.

Deputy Sharpe filled out warrantless arrest # 63142 for violation of O.C.G.A 16-5-24 aggravated battery and violation of O.C.G.A 16-7-21(b) criminal trespass. Deputy Sharpe also obtained a criminal history from Central.

Deputy Sharpe also took a picture of [VICTIM #2] dislocated arm. Deputy Sharpe upload the photo to evidence.com.

This case is closed by arrest.

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