COLLEGE STATION, TX — On Jan 10, around 8:55 P.M., Brazos County officers responded to a civil disturbance at 2701 Longmire Drive in College Station, TX.
A neighbor had called in, claiming they heard banging, and screaming, from the nearby unit.
Upon arrival, officers saw Aromeia Jackson sitting on the stairwell outside the apartment with her two children.
Officers noticed blood on Jackson's pants, alongside a bandage around her right pinkie finger.
Upon entering, blood was observable on the apartment's floor, counter tops and hallway.
Inside the sink, a five-inch kitchen blade knife.
Officer spoke with boyfriend of Jackson and determined the two had been dating for about four years, and had two children together.
According to the probable cause statement, the couple was playing a card game at the apartment when an argument between Jackson and another occupant ensued.
The boyfriend then attempted to separate the two when Jackson became upset at him, expressing how she thought he was not taking her side of the argument.
Jackson then grabbed several pots and threw them at her boyfriend. Following that, Jackson attacked him with the kitchen knife and attempted to stab him with a downward motion.
Accord to the statement, Jackson chased the boyfriend around the apartment until he was able to pin Jackson against a wall and get the knife away from her. He then grabbed his biological children, and left the scene.
Jackson was later placed under arrest for aggravated assault with a deadly weapon - family violence, and taken to the Brazos County Jail where she is currently booked.
The offense is a first-degree felony, punishable by up to 99 years in prison.
A bail amount has yet to be set for Jackson as of Jan. 12.