A Mother Held at Knifepoint by Her Own Daughter

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A mother was held at knifepoint by her own daughter —- allegedly over a cigarette.

Jenry Raymond is charged with Family Violence as a 3rd-degree felony, along with assault and violation of a court order as misdemeanors.

Court documents say that on September 30th, Raymond asked the victim, her mother, for a cigarette.

When the victim said that she did not have one, Raymond then picked up a kitchen knife and swung it at her mom.

Court documents say that although the victim was able to avoid the knife, the blade was able to strike the phone she was holding.

According to court documents, an officer arrived before the situation could escalate further, the officer reported seeing clothes in a burn pit, along with the victim’s phone screen being shattered, as well as a kitchen knife on the ground.

Raymond told officers that the victim is not her real mother, and admitted to asking the victim for a cigarette, but claims she “tapped” the victim’s phone with a knife.

PNC records show that this isn’t the first time that Raymond attacked her mother.

In June of this year, when Raymond attacked her mother over a black dress that she refused to return.

Raymond is on pretrial release for charges such as, but not limited to, Assault on a Peace Officer, Felony while on release, as well as another family violence charge as well.

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Born and raised on the island of Saipan, Don moved to Guam in the Spring of 2016 to pursue higher education at the University of Guam. It was at UOG that Don discovered his passion for keeping his peers politically informed. In his free time, you can find him flying his drone or doing landscape and portrait photography. Don joined the PNC News Team to broaden his writing, and to challenge himself to get in front of the camera. Don’s ultimate goal and passion is to have a well informed and politically engaged Marianas. Don is the News Director for PNC.