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Jamela Chatman
Jamela Chatman

Jamela Chatman Biography –  Wiki

Jamela Chatman is an Ohio woman who hits another female driver with a hammer in front of her children and brags about it on Facebook Live.
Chatman was arrested over the weekend after she allegedly cut up a woman in traffic, pulled her out of her car, and struck her with a hammer.

Age

Jamela Chatman is 27-years-old.

Beats with Hammer in Front of Her Kids

An Ohio woman was arrested over the weekend after she allegedly cut a woman in traffic, pulled her out of her car, and struck her with a hammer.

The victim’s 5-year-old twins were in her back seat when 27-year-old Jamela Chatman forced her to stop her car, WKBN reported. Chatman reportedly took the woman’s car keys before she left the scene.

When Youngstown police arrived on the scene, a woman who was monitoring the victim showed them a live Facebook video of Chatman bragging about taking the victim’s keys and threatening her.

The victim told police that a passenger in Chatman’s car at one point attempted to pull her children out of her car. Later, that woman told investigators that she wanted to get the children out of harm’s way.

The woman had lacerations on her scalp and arms, but she refused to receive medical attention. Officers determined Chatman’s identity and where she lived and arrested her there. Police reports said they found a hammer in the home but did not locate the victim’s keys. It is unclear why Chatman stopped in front of the victim and forced her to stop.

The woman had lacerations on her scalp and arms, but she refused to receive medical attention.

Officers determined Chatman’s identity and where she lived and arrested her there. Police reports said they found a hammer in the home but did not locate the victim’s keys.

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It is unclear why Chatman stopped in front of the victim and forced her to stop.

When Youngstown police arrived on the scene, a woman guarding the victim showed them a live Facebook video of Chatman bragging about taking the victim’s keys and threatening her. The victim told police that a passenger in Chatman’s car at one point attempted to pull her children out of her vehicle. That woman later told investigators that she wanted to get the children out of harm’s way.

Charged & Arrested

Chatman was jailed on felony assault and burglary charges, according to Mahoning County Jail records. She was ordered to be held on a $ 19,000 bond during a hearing Monday.

Chatman was arrested after police were called around 12:50 p.m. Saturday to Cameron and Gibson avenues to report a woman beaten with a hammer. When officers arrived, reports said the victim told officers that she was driving down Gibson Avenue when a vehicle driven by Chatman cut her off and forced her to stop.

The woman told police that she had her five-year-old twins in the car. A female passenger in Chatman’s car went to the back of the victim’s car and tried to get the children out. Later, the woman told police that she tried to get the children out of harm’s way.

Chatman took the victim’s keys before leaving, according to reports. Reports say that when officers were on the scene, they learned that Chatman recorded a live video on Facebook presuming that he took the victim’s keys. A woman who was nearby and checking on the victim reportedly showed the police Facebook page on Chatman, where she recorded a video threatening the victim.

Reports say officers found out where Chatman lives and arrested her at her home. They found a hammer there, but no keys, according to reports. The woman had cuts on her arm and scalp, but she reportedly refused medical attention.

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