UFC: Jessica-Rose Clark unhappy with the police over the case of her home being robbed

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Jessica-Rose Clark is upset with the way the Las Vegas Metro Police Department have been handling her case. The Australian recently took to social media to express her discontent and displeasure towards the Police. The UFC flyweight has been quite distressed by the Police’s handling of her case and wants the process to speed up. Further details and updates about the case were recently provided by journalist, Dave Meltzer of the Wrestling Observer Newsletter.

“Jessy Jess” is an Australian mixed martial artist with a MMA record of 9-4-1. She hails from a boxing and kickboxing background. Thus, the UFC women’s flyweight contender has rather phenomenal stand-up skills. Her striking is her strongest skill and is considered to be one of the best in the women’s 125 pounds division by many fans and pundits alike. She has also previously fought for promotions such as Battlefield, Titan FC, Invicta FC, among many others. She made her UFC debut against Bec Rawlings at UFC Fight Night 121 and won the fight via a split decision. She later defeated Paige VanZant in her last fight at UFC Fight Night 124 via unanimous decision. She is currently riding high on a three fight win streak.

 

Jessica-Rose Clark is unhappy with the police

The Flyweight’s home had robbed and burglarised, when she was in St. Louis for her fight against VanZant. The robbers stole around $30,000 and also killed Clark’s cat, Dwight.

Clark recently posted a tweet and blamed the LVMPD for not arresting one of the alleged robbers. Here’s what she tweeted:

So LVMPD found prints, have a name and address for one of the men who robbed us and killed Dwight. But they said there’s no point arresting him “for just a burglary”

$30000 burglary and a murdered cat deserves an arrest I think? #JusticeForDwight

Noted combat sports journalist, Dave Meltzer late gave the following updates on the case:

It is still an active investigation, they are still trying to get the warrant in the system. And then that individual is still subject to arrest. We have to wait until that process takes its course.

 

 

 

 

 

 

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