BREAKING: N’Como Jackson of Cocoa Beach Arrested, Charged With Shooting Into Occupied Vehicle

By  //  February 16, 2018

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being held on a $47,000 bond in Brevard County Jail

Cocoa Beach Police Department have arrested and charged N’Como Jackson, 23, of Cocoa Beach, for his connection to a violent altercation this past Tuesday morning in the parking lot of Cheater’s Cabaret, 5450 N. Atlantic Ave, shortly after midnight.

BREVARD COUNTY • COCOA BEACH, FLORIDA – The Cocoa Beach Police Department has arrested and charged N’Como Jackson, 23, of Cocoa Beach, for his connection to a violent altercation Tuesday about midnight in the parking lot of Cheater’s Cabaret, located at 5450 N. Atlantic Avenue.

“Jackson was taken into custody Friday afternoon, February 16, at about 1:30 p.m. by Cocoa Beach Police,” said Cocoa Beach Police Deputy Chief Wes Mullins.

According to the victims, who are both from the Cocoa and Merritt Island area, they were involved in a verbal dispute with Jackson in the parking of Cheater’s Cabaret prior to entering their pickup truck.

Deputy Chief Mullins said that as the victims began to drive away from the establishment, Jackson produced a handgun and fired one round at the truck, striking the truck’s bed.

Jackson fled the scene and the victims drove to a safe location to contact police.

ABOVE MAP:  The Cocoa Beach Police Department has arrested and charged N’Como Jackson, 23, of Cocoa Beach, for his connection to a violent altercation Tuesday about midnight in the parking lot of Cheater’s Cabaret, located at 5450 N. Atlantic Avenue.

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“In the days to follow, Cocoa Beach Police Investigators developed probable cause to charge Jackson with Shooting into an Occupied Vehicle, Aggravated Assault with a Firearm, and Possession of a Firearm by a Convicted Felon,” Mullins said.

Deputy Chief Mullins said that upon Jackson’s arrest, he was found to be in possession of a controlled substance and subsequently charged with that offense as well.

Jackson was transported to the Brevard County Correctional Facility and is being held on a $47,000 bond. This case is still active and ongoing.

Anyone with information pertinent to this investigation is asked to contact the Cocoa Beach Police Department at 321-868-3251.

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