Saturday, April 1, 2017

Victorville women arrested at welfare office; accused of assault on security guard

VICTORVILLE CA April 1 2017 — Two Victorville women arrested at the San Bernardino County welfare office Wednesday in connection to an altercation that led to one of the women using a stun gun on a security guard are expected to appear before a judge Monday.
San Bernardino County Sheriff’s Department deputies arrested Essence Crumble, 21, and Jonlanda Alexandrer Jackson, 21, after receiving information they were at the welfare office at 15010 Palmdale Road and that they were wanted in the March 14 incident.
Victorville Sheriff’s Station spokeswoman Mara Rodriguez said Crumble and Jackson were involved in an altercation while sitting in the welfare office on March 14.
“The altercation ended up continuing in the parking lot of the location, where Jackson used a stun gun on a security guard trying to break up the fight,” Rodriguez said. “Crumble threatened security guards with a knife. All three women were gone from the location when deputies arrived.”
Deputies responded to the welfare office at 12:10 p.m. and arrested the two. Crumble was arrested on suspicion of assault with a deadly weapon other than a firearm or by means of force likely to cause great bodily harm, making a criminal threat and brandishing a weapon. Deputies arrested Jackson on suspicion of battery on a peace officer.

Both women were being held at West Valley Detention Center in Rancho Cucamonga, booking records show. Jackson was being held on $50,000 bail and Crumble on $75,000 bail, booking records show.

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