The suspect entered CVS and told the pharmacist to give him on the narcotics or he would use the machete he had on her, according to the search warrant obtained by this news source. He was given a bag containing 115 hydrocodone pills. None of the medication was found at Jackson’s residence.
Nine items were taken from Jackson’s home”
A phone from the front porch
Facial hair from the bathroom
a file from the bedroom
shoes from the living room
wallet from the living room
a second pair of shoes from the living room
a shirt from the bedroom
a hat from the bedroom
a pair of shoes from the bedroom
“We thank the many people that came forward with information when his photo was released. Thanks to the assistance from our citizens we were able to quickly take Mr. Jackson into custody,” Middletown Police Chief Rodney Muterspaw said.
Anyone with additional information about the robbery should contact Detective Tim Meehan at 513-425-7736.