Charles Jackson, ‘Yammy Bear,’ is out of the hospital

May 3—ROCHESTER — Every week after being attacked at his job at an Olmsted County midway home, Charles Jackson is house from the hospital.

Known as “Yammy Bear” for his

costumed efforts to raise folks’s spirits,

Jackson was

hit on the head April 25, 2024,

at the midway home in the 2100 block of Campus Drive Southeast in Rochester. Found bleeding from his head by regulation enforcement and first responders, Jackson was taken to Mayo Clinic Hospital-Saint Marys the place he was handled and stored in the intensive care unit.

On a Facebook put up, his spouse, CarolAnn Jackson, stated, “His head was lacerated and bleeding inside and out,” including her husband takes blood thinners after a bone marrow transplant in January 2023.

“He should’ve bled out but by God’s grace and the fast response of two of his coworkers and another resident, he is alive today.”

CarolAnn Jackson stated her husband misplaced consciousness for 5 minutes after the assault. Police stories of the incident said that Jackson was unable to be interviewed about the assault at the time as a result of of the severity of the accidents.

Malik Amin Johnson, who had just lately been launched from incarceration, has been charged with felony assault second-degree-dangerous weapon and misdemeanor fifth-degree-inflict or try bodily hurt. An omnibus listening to on the case is scheduled for 1 p.m. May 16, 2024, in Olmsted County District Court.

CarolAnn Jackson stated her husband is in for an extended restoration, and a profit to assist the household is deliberate for subsequent week. In the interim, a

meal practice

has been set as much as assist the household with meals throughout the time of Charles’ restoration.

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