Lubbock Woman is Accused of Making Threat While Naked With a Knife
A Lubbock woman was arrested after getting naked during an argument and then threatening someone with a knife. The Lubbock Police Department was dispatched Monday, November 7, to a residence in the 2000 block of East 17th Street.
KAMC news reported that before police arrived 32-year-old Dickiepha Jackson was playing a game of dominoes with her friends at their home when an argument started. During the argument Jackson got up from her seat and took money, belonging to an unnamed man, that was laying on a nearby counter before giving it back to the owner. Jackson then took off all of her clothing to prove to everyone that she did not have anymore money on her.
After taking off all of her clothing Jackson then reached for her backpack where she had a knife and threated a woman with it. Soon after pulling out the knife an altercation between Jackson and someone in the house began leading to Jackson's knife being broken and her leaving the home. A few minutes later Jackson came back to the home and is said to have kicked out glass panes from a screen door and then shattering a living room window with a rock as she finally left.
When police arrived they did discover a vehicle with a front passenger side window broken and a kicked in front door. Police did arrest Jackson who was taken to the Lubbock County Detention Center and charged with Aggravated Assault with a Deadly Weapon, Burglary of Habitation with Intent of Another Felony, Failure to Identify Fugitive with Intent to Give False Information, and No Driver's License. Jackson remains in the Lubbock County Detention Center as per the publishing of this article on a $21,000 bond.