Decatur man charged with Stalking; was out on bond for DV arrest

A man who violated a protective order is back behind bars in Morgan County.

Mashae Antawane Jackson was arrested on February 15, 2017 on a warrant for DV III Harrassing Communications, which is a felony. While in custody, Jackson was informed by Detective Fuller with the Decatur Police that a protection from abuse order had been filed with Morgan County Clerk's Office, and that he did not need to contact the victim for any reason

Jackson bonded out of jail Wenesday evening.

On Thursday, the victim called Fuller handling to report a phone call from Jackson in which he threatened to shoot her. It was her fourth report of harassment by Jackson in the last 43 days.

The detective obtained a warrant for Aggravated Stalking 1st Degree, which is defined as: A person who violates the provisions of Section 13A-6-90(a) and whose conduct in doing so also violates any court order or injunction is guilty of the crime of aggravated stalking in the first degree. 

This is a Class B Felony. Jackson's bond was set at $75,000.

On February 16th, Decatur Police Officer Fuller was working patrol when he located and arrested Jackson. Jason was later transferred to the Morgan County Jail. 

His $75,000 was revoked shortly thereafter.

 


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