61-year-old Timothy Jakobs was charged with aggravated assault after he pulled a handgun on a woman and demanded $150 in cash be returned to him.
On August 25th, Officer Seay was dispatched to 1200 Willow Brook Pass for a report of an assault. Upon arrival, contact was made with Catsia Williams, who advised after a disagreement with Timothy Jakobs over $150, he demanded the money be returned to him and she refused. Williams advised after she left and saw him following her, she stopped at a random residence and asked for help to call 911. She was approached by Timothy, who had pulled in behind her. Williams advised as Jakobs exited his vehicle and approached her, she observed him carrying a handgun, held at his side pointed downward.
After demanding she return the $150, she returned the money. Because her vehicle had been blocked from the rear, she drove across the lawn of the residence to flee. As the officer approached the scene, both vehicles were observed and a traffic stop was initiated. During the investigation and questioning of Timothy, he admitted to approaching Williams with the handgun but stated it wasn’t loaded.
During a search of Timothy’s vehicle, the officer found a Kimber 9 mm handgun stuffed between the driver’s seat and the console. Under the driver’s seat, lying on the floorboard was a loaded magazine. The officer determined Timothy to be the primary aggressor.
Timothy Jakobs was arrested and charged with aggravated assault. His bond was set at $3,500.