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Police Seek Woodside Man Who Threatened to Hack Up Ex Girlfriend

Damion Jackson (NYPD)

Jan. 24, 2012 Staff Report

The police are looking for a Woodside man who broke into his ex-girlfriend’s Astoria apartment Sunday, and threatening to kill the woman and her son with a meat cleaver, cops say.

The police are seeking the public’s help to find the suspected perpetrator, who has been identified as Damion Jackson (pictured here).

Jackson broke into the 24th Ave. and 31st St. apartment by smashing the fire escape window with a brick, according to police. They describe 41-year-old Jackson, as a 6-foot-2, 220-pound black male with brown eyes.

The former couple has a history of domestic disputes where the police have been called in.

Police ask anyone with information to call the NYPD’s Crime Stoppers tipline at (800)577-TIPS.

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you all make me laugh

Here is a question. Why more times then not is there a “History” of domestic violence? I don’t know about you folks, but if I had one incident of domestic violence with another individual that’d be the end of it. Don’t people have enough respect for themselves that they would get out of a situation like this?


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