As it stated in The Douglas County District Attorney’s Office has charged Kansas basketball player Josh Jackson with criminal damage to a woman’s car.
According to a news release, witnesses say they saw Jackson kicking the car while arguing with the woman outside a Lawrence club on Dec. 9.
The threshold for felony charges is $1,000 in damage, but the office has charged Jackson with a misdemeanor.
It says witnesses say they saw him kick the driver’s door and a rear taillight.
Total damage to the vehicle was more than $3,100 and multiple people were allegedly involved in committing it, the DA Office’s news release indicates.
KU basketball player Joshua Jackson charged with misdemeanor in property damage case
LAWRENCE, Kan. – Charges were filed Friday in a property damage case involving a University of Kansas basketball player.
The Lawrence Police Department were called to a report of property damage at 545 Wisconsin Street in Lawrence, Kansas.
Joshua Jackson, 20 was charged in the Douglas County District Court with one count of criminal damage to property, less than $1,000, a class B non-person misdemeanor.
The state requested a summons to be issued for Jackson to appear in court for criminal damage to property less than $1,000, a class A non-person misdemeanor.
The friend of the man, later identified as Jackson, followed the woman to her car and started auguring with her.
KU basketball star Josh Jackson charged with misdemeanor property damage of car outside Lawrence bar
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