Woman's Home Raided by JSO in Shocking Case of Mistaken Identity!

Woman’s Home Raided by JSO in Shocking Case of Mistaken Identity!

JACKSONVILLE, Fla. – News4JAX got a video of Jacksonville police going into a woman’s home, and the woman said that they had the wrong person.

She says police threw her to the ground and handcuffed her. Now, she wants them to be held responsible. She said that the cops later talked to her and let her go because they had the wrong person.

When JSO police went to Khristi Jackson’s house to look for a female suspect, she was there with her 4-year-old grandson and two daughters. Jackson said that the cops were inside her house and putting her in handcuffs five seconds after they knocked on her door.

“What’s happening? What’s happening? What’s happening? What’s happening? Could someone please tell me? In the video, you can hear a woman say, “Oh my gosh.”

After midnight on Thursday, Jackson says sheriff’s officers forced their way into her apartment without a search and forced her to the kitchen floor. It was chaos inside her house, she says.

“They threw me right to the ground. Jackson told News4JAX, “A police officer kneed me on my right side while I was on the ground.”

Jackson said that everything started when someone knocked on the door. Officers from the JSO asked her if she was Mrs. Cooper. Jackson said she told the officer twice that she wasn’t Mrs. She then tried to close her front door, she said.

Jackson said, “I was about to close the door, but the officer’s foot stopped me, and all the other officers just barged right through here.”

During the fight, a JSO cop can be heard saying, “We are also trying to figure out what’s going on.”

Jackson is then heard telling her family members to run and get her photo ID.

Jackson said that in the end, JSO officers took her out of her house and put her in handcuffs. They then put her in the back of a police car and questioned her there. She said that no one told her what her rights were or why she was being held.

“When I got in the car, the cop had four shots of the girl they were looking for, and none of them looked like me. Color of skin or hair. She said, “Hers was more red.”

Jackson said that 30 minutes later, the cops let her go because they thought she was someone else because of the color of her hair.

She said that one JSO officer apologized, but she said that her family is still upset about what happened.

Jackson said she wants things to change.

“That they stop, and stop hurting people in the way that they are. “Talk to people instead of wanting to grab them and slam them to the ground as soon as you see them,” Jackson said.

News4JAX sent JSO two videos of the event and asked several questions, like if the officers had a warrant and if Jacksonville Sheriff T.K. Waters had a reaction to the videos.

JSO said that an official review is being done on the event and that it couldn’t say anything about it while the review is going on.

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