45-year-old Jason Adams was charged with aggravated domestic assault and violating his conditions of release after his wife reported to police that an argument at their home turned physical when he threw her to the ground and strangled her to the point that she coughed up blood.
On May 7th, Lori Rowe appeared at the Mt. Juliet Police Department to report an aggravated assault that happened at her residence. Rowe explained to Officer Wiley that an argument with her husband, Jason Adams, took a turn for the worst when he placed his hands around her throat, beginning to strangle her.
In retaliation, Rowe attempted to escape by clawing at Adams’ face. According to the affidavit, Rowe claimed to cough up blood from the choking. Following the incident, Adams departed from their residence. Additionally, Rowe displayed photo evidence of his attacks. Wiley also noted marks along Rowe’s arms and legs.
Following Rowe’s report, Wiley ran a computer check to reveal an active bond condition from a separate aggravated assault in November of 2019. Wiley determined Adams to be the primary assailant in the assault.
On May 18th, Jason Adams was arrested and charged with aggravated assault and was found to be in violation of his conditions of release. His bond was set at $6,000.