28-year-old Jonathan Jamison was charged with aggravated robbery for holding a woman at knifepoint and admitting to doing it to the police but with no knife.
On July 4th, Officer Corley arrived at the Wal-Mart located at 615 South Cumberland Street in Lebanon when Officer Robert was speaking to the victim of aggravated robbery, Brenda Siefert. She stated that a white male, later identified as Jonathan Jamison, drove up to her, exited the vehicle, and pulled a knife on her asking her for all of her money.
All she had on her was $160 which she gave to him and then she stated that he fled. Officer Corley located the vehicle matching Siefert’s description then conducted a traffic stop to find Jamison and Kimberly Hatton in the vehicle. He told the police that he was aware that the police were looking for him because of the robbery at Wal-Mart. Officer found the money and knife on Jamison despite him saying that he took the money because she owed him in and that he never brandished a knife.
Jonathan Jamison was arrested and charged with aggravated robbery. His bail was set at 10,000.