With the two life insurance agents in handcuffs on his couch, Jackson then called the
"Jackson informed me that he would release them from his handcuffs if they agreed to delete her information," the officer wrote in the complaint, adding Jackson made it clear he thought they worked for a fraudulent life insurance company.
"Through further investigation, it was determined that (the insurance agents) work for a legitimate company ... and weren't involved in a scam. Therefore, no fraud actually ever existed," said the complaint.
The insurance agents told the
"While on the phone (Jackson) stated he discussed the policy with his wife and he wanted (the insurance agents) to return to purchase the policy," the complaint said.
After discussing the policy further, one of the insurance agents asked for bank information to finish the process. That's when Jackson identified himself as a police officer, the complaint said, and placed handcuffs on them. During that process, he also pointed a Taser at one of the insurance agents. He told them they were under arrest for fraud.
Jackson faces two counts of false imprisonment and two counts of official oppression. He originally faced additional counts of simple assault but those charges were dismissed.
He was released without bail on
Court records do not show any legal representation for Jackson, who was not immediately available to comment.
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