Husband pushes his in-laws when they call for an ambulance to pick him up

29-year-old Jeremy Jenson was charged with domestic assault after he became visibly irate and pushed his in-laws because they called for an ambulance to take him to the hospital.

On July 28th, Officer Neal arrived at 3500 Norfolk in response to a domestic assault when he made contact with Heather Jenson, who told police that her husband Jeremy Jenson was yelling at their children while they were all at home. He was reportedly yelling at them to sit down when they were already sitting on the couch playing on their tablets.

Jeremy Jenson (WCSO)
Jeremy Jenson (WCSO)

Heather was concerned because she stated that Jeremy was taking pain and sleep medication. Afterward, she called her parents Elizabeth and Christopher Vaden over for Christopher to take Jeremy to the hospital, but he refused. Elizabeth contacted WEMA, which irritated Jeremy and when he saw the lights of the ambulance outside, he shoved Christopher causing him to fall over. He then went down the hallway and pushed Elizabeth into a wall while she was holding their infant. While Jeremy was being treated by WEMA, he told police that he pushed them both only because they were in his way.

Jeremy Jenson was arrested and charged with two counts of domestic assault. He was later released on his own recognizance.

CORRECTION: Jeremy was charged for pushing his in-laws, not his wife as originally stated in the story.

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