COLLIER COUNTY, FLA — Alexander D. Jackson, 24, Milford, was on one year probation when he was arrested Monday, Aug. 1, and subsequently charged with five counts related to the July 27 shooting in North Webster. The probation began Feb. 22 in Collier County, Fla., for a criminal mischief charge, a level 3 felony, which occurred on Marco Island Jan. 10. A battery charge, a misdemeanor, was dismissed.
Florida documents show Jackson’s address as 11548 N. SR 13, Syracuse.
Among the terms of the Florida probation Jackson was to abstain from use of alcohol and/or illegal drugs; not associate with anyone using drugs or consuming alcohol; not to visit any establishment where the primary business is the sale of alcohol; not possess, carry or own any firearm without consent of probation; random drug and alcohol testing; and not violate any law. Additionally the rules state a conviction in a court of law would not be necessary for violation of probation.
According to officials with the Collier County Probation Department a review is being made of the local charges before determining if he has violated probation.
Documents from Marco Island Police Department show Jackson was arrested at approximately 2 a.m. Jan. 10, on an initial charge of domestic battery, a misdemeanor and criminal mischief causing more than $1,000 in damage, a felony.
Officers were called at 7:15 p.m. Jan. 9, following several 911 calls of a disturbance at a condominium. Initially police believed there was a burglary in progress. Police found broken glass and broken planters. Evidence of an injured individual was found at the main entrance, inside the elevator and inside the condominium.
Police located the victims, Jackson’s wife, father and stepmother, all of whom were on vacation together. Police learned matters began earlier that day when Jackson left the beach area for an unreasonable amount of time. Approximately 90 minutes later he returned and his family observed he was very intoxicated.
Jackson’s wife told police after his return he was verbally abusive and insulting to her. He had smashed her cellphone, which he has done previously when intoxicated. Having prepaid dinner cruise reservations, the family went with Jackson’s father keeping him away from other patrons to ensure there was no trouble. En route back to the condominium, Jackson became verbally abusive and angry toward his family.
Once back at the condominium, Jackson became verbally abusive to his stepmother and when his father came between his son and wife, Jackson allegedly struck and pushed his father. Jackson’s wife and stepmother fled the building, fearing physical harm, but were chased around the building.
Jackson allegedly picked up and destroyed several planters and smashed glass doors and windows at the condominium complex.
Jackson’s father, stepmother and wife then hid inside the elevator until police arrived.
Jackson allegedly broke into the condominium to obtain personal items and fled. Police were not able to locate Jackson, however he turned himself in the following morning.
Jackson, he was held on $10,000 bond and a no contact order was issued prohibiting Jackson from contacting his wife, father and stepmother, A no trespass order was also issued for the condominium. The no contact order was lifted Jan. 18, upon the request of his family.
On Feb. 15, a plea agreement was entered. He pleaded guilty to the criminal mischief charge and given one-year probation with no early termination. The no trespass order for Crescent Beach Condominium remains in effect.