Robbery suspect nabbedPublished 5:00am Wednesday, May 9, 2012
A 30-year-old homeless woman is behind bars in Pensacola after attacking her mother inside her home near Northview High School.
Jacqueline Bernice Morris was arrested Sunday, May 6, in connection with an April 28, incident when she allegedly entered her mother’s residence at 6000 C.W. Caraway Road, just north of Highway 4. According to the police report, Morris’ mother stated the suspect entered the home through the storm door, grabbed her by the arms and grabbed a bottle of prescription Alprazolam (Xanax) containing around 90 1mg pills.
According to the report, a nearby resident attempted to stop Morris as she ran from the house, crossed the yard and fled the scene in a light blue Saturn with an Alabama tag.
Morris’ mother told deputies her daughter was given a trespassing warning from the Sheriff’s Office for being on her property the day before the incident.
Morris now faces charges of battery, trespassing, larceny and home invasion/robbery. She is being held at the Escambia County Jail on $27,750 bond.