Jonathan Pentland is a White Military officer. He began his career when he was stationed at Fort Drum in New York where he was part of the 1st Brigade Combat Team named 10th Mountain Division. Due to his recent viral video about shoving a black man he has received a lot of criticism. Fort Jackson Command Sergeant Major Philson Tavernier said that The Department of Justice at the Federal level, Criminal Investigation Division, and staff judge advocate are looking into the matter and investigating the facts.
Brief about Jonathan Pentland
Jonathan is 42 years old and hails from Fort Jackson, Columbia, United States of America. The information about his parents and siblings has been kept private and away from the media. He has gained a lot of educational qualifications as he works as a US Army sergeant. His exact details about his education have not been shared with the media yet. In 2020 he was recently promoted to Sergeant First Class. Earlier he used to work as Dill Instructor at Fort Jackson.
In September 2006 he tied a knot to Cassie Dalrymple who works at Washington Mutual Bank. The couple is blessed with two children, a son, and a daughter whose names have not yet been disclosed to the media. In May 2020 they both a home near the lake at Barony Place within the neighborhood of Columbia in Richland County, South Carolina The house cost them $282,900 and employing a home equity credit.
Jonathan Pentland Biography
|Real Name||Jonathan Pentland|
|Birth Place||United States of America|
|Height||in feet inches – 5’ 10” – in Centimetres – 178 cm|
|Wife||Cassie Dalrymple Pentland|
Lately, he has been all over the news because a lady posted a video of him and the videos raise concerns over the racism issue. On 14th April 2021, he was charged and detained within Richland County Jail. The video posted on Facebook by Shirell Johnson on12th April 2021 went viral as it was shared by more than a thousand people. The person identified in the video was Jonathan and a Black man where he was threatening him with physical violence. The comments he passed in the three-minute videos were trigged towards the Black people all over the world.
In the whole video, he demands the black man to leave the neighborhood and also pushed him at a point. Even his wife was involved in the matter. He was later arrested and charged with Third-degree assault at Richland County Sheriff’s Department. But according to the South Carolina State law, a simple assault has a possible sentence of up to30 days in Jail and a fine of up to $500. According to sources he has made his first court appearance and was released on $2,125 and fine. He appeared before Magistrate Philip Newsom in Bond Court. The next hearing date has not yet been decided but he has been told to stay away from the victim and not to contact him in any way. He has also deactivated and deleted his social media account and has kept private away from the media.