Daijah Jones shoots multiple rounds at ex-boyfriend as he moves into sister’s home

21-year-old Daijah Jones was seen assaulting someone on April 1st and April 2nd at an Addington Drive residence. On the scene, officers spoke with Lamika Jeffreys and Tyreco McDonald. They stated that their residence and vehicles were shot and damaged by Daijah Jones. Jeffreys stated that her brother, McDonald, had moved into the residence on April 1st after ending a year-long relationship with Jones. McDonald told officers that earlier in the day, he had observed a white Nissan driving slowly past the residence as he was moving in. Surveillance showed the white Nissan drive to the front of the house and open fire on both April 1st and April 2nd. The garage of the residence, the tire on Jeffrey’s vehicle, and the hood of McDonald’s vehicle were struck by the bullets, the damage totaling $2,003. Jefferys, McDonald, and Jeffreys’s juvenile son were inside the residence during both shootings.

On April 5th, Jeffreys arrived at Jones’ residence and observed the exact white Nissan in the area being driven by Jones. Jeffreys contacted officers after noticing Jones following her vehicle. Investigators conducted a formal interview with Jeffreys and McDonald, and they both successfully identified Jones as the person responsible. Ross Fields, a witness, also stated that he had seen the white Nissan fire shots from the vehicle. Fields also stated that he had seen the car being driven to a Loch Lomond Road residence. McDonald also had an order of protection against Jones. Jones was taken into custody on May 18th for two counts of aggravated assault, one count of reckless endangerment with a real weapon, one count of discharging a firearm into a habitation, three counts of discharging from within a motor vehicle two counts of vandalism, and two counts of violating a protection order on May 19th.

Daijah Jones (SCSO)
Daijah Jones (SCSO)

Daijah K Jones of Charity Glen Cove in Bartlett, TN, was booked into the Shelby County Jail on May 19th, charged with aggravated assault, reckless endangerment, vandalism, and violating protection order. A judicial commissioner set her bond at $100,000.

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