Jamaria Jefferson threatens to shoot ex-boyfriend’s family during altercation, says she would “make them move”


30-year-old Jamaria Jefferson was seen pointing a firearm at a Debby Drive residence on April 16th. Officers arrived at the residence and spoke with Myesha Lee and her mother, Shirley Bobo. They stated that Jefferson had driven to their house and demanded her cell phone. Lee told officers that neither she nor Bobo had the cell phone. Lee also claims that Jefferson was at the end of the driveway sitting in her car, threatening to shoot everyone in the house, saying she would “make them move.” Lee claimed that Jefferson proceeded to raise a black pistol in her direction as she was making threats. Bobo informed officers that she did not see a pistol, but she did hear the threats to shoot the house. Lee told officers this was the result of her brother assaulting Jefferson, who was his ex-girlfriend, and taking her cell phone. Lee’s brother was not at the residence during the incident. Bobo and Lee gave statements to officers and identified Jefferson as the one who made the threats. A warrant was issued, and Jefferson was taken into custody for aggravated assault on May 9th.


Jamaria Jefferson of Memphis, TN, was booked into the Shelby County Jail on May 9th, charged with aggravated assault. A judicial commissioner set her bond at $5,000.

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