On August 5, during the early morning hours, Erica Brialle Jackson, 30, of Waldorf, broke into a former acquaintance’s residence in La Plata.  The victim, who was asleep in his room, was awakened by Jackson who punched him and bit him several times. She fled the scene when the victim called 9-1-1. Officers obtained an arrest warrant for Jackson, who was located on August 8 and charged with burglary and assault. On August 9, a district court commissioner released Jackson from the Charles County Detention Center on personal recognizance.

Erica Brialle Jackson

Diane Richardson
Media Relations Office
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