Prosecutors : Couple had tense run-in with Curtis Reeves
Prosecutors : Couple had tense run-in with Curtis Reeves

Prosecutors : Couple had tense run-in with Curtis Reeves

Wesley Chapel, Florida — Jamira Dixon and her husband, Mike, walk from their home prepared to tell a chilling story.

Surrounded by TV cameras, Jamira described her recent run in with Curtis Reeves, the retired Tampa police officer accused of shooting another man at the Cobb movie theater in Wesley Chapel on Monday.

Dixon said she had a similar incident with Reeves just two weeks ago when she too was texting before a movie.

“He made it very apparent that he wanted me and my husband to know that he complained because he sat there and he talked to the staff and pointed and was irate and irritated about the situation,” she said.

Jamira said she was driving when she saw news reports about Monday’s shooting. She said she recognized Reeves immediately and claims it’s the same man.

“I had to pull over the car because (long pause) it could have been us,” she said.

Jamira said Reeves seemed irritated during the entire movie, complaining about another person texting and kids kicking his seat. Her husband said he thought about confronting Reeves.

“During the movie she (Reeve’s wife) got a phone call and we looked over and we’re like “you’re telling us and everybody else to put the phones away but your wife’s getting a phone call and it’s ringing loud,” said Michael.

The Dixsons say even after the movie ended, they still felt uncomfortable.

“As I’m outside his wife goes to arm in arm with him and walk out. He is still so irritated that he goes like this to her (swinging motion) and storms out of the theatre,” he said.

The Dixsons say they have contacted law enforcement to tell them about the encounter.


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