A Shelby County corrections officer is arrested, and her ex-boyfriend had to put her in an arm hold position until officers arrived.
Police said Jaleesa Robinson broke into her ex-boyfriend’s house because he had a new girlfriend there.
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Robinson is charged with Aggravated Burglary and Simple Assault.
She allegedly kicked in her ex’s back door to get inside his home. Detectives said it was because she knew he had a new girlfriend inside.
When police arrived at the home, they said the ex-boyfriend had Robinson in a two-arm hold position to keep her from moving until officers arrived.
The police report said Robinson knocked over objects in the kitchen and tried to go to the bedroom, so she could find the man’s girlfriend.
It said Robinson is a corrections officer for Shelby County and her ex-boyfriend is a Shelby County Deputy.
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