Who is Cassie Dalrymple Pentland?
Cassie Pentland is the wife of US Army sergeant Jonathan Pentland who questioned violently forced a young black man to leave on Tuesday evening. The video made it to Twitter at around 8 pm on April 13, 2021 night, shows him yelling at a Black man to “walk away”. Since then, many users have made come forward to help identify the aggressor. The man in question also says in the video, “I’m about to do something to you… Get out.”
Cassie and his husband Jonathan then tell the man to walk away, with Pentland suggesting that he can ‘help’ Deandre walk away.
How old is Cassie Pentland?
Cassie Pentland is believed to be in her 30s.
Jonathan Pentland US Army
People on Twitter worked relentlessly to hunt the identity of the person and shortly after, the account — @Angry_Staffer — which had posted the video originally shared that the person in the video had been identified. “Alright, we have a positive ID on super douche. Meet Jonathan Pentland, US Army,” the tweet read.
There is no valid proof of the claims being made and we are waiting for the response of @Angry_Staffer on the matter.
Jonathan Pentland Fort Jackson
Pentland, who claims to be in the @USArmy per his FB, in Columbia South Carolina, is believed to be a Drill Sergeant with Fort Jackson.
Cassie Pentland South Carolina
The 3-minute viral video does not show what led to Pentland confronting the young Black male on a sidewalk in his Columbia neighborhood. It starts with Pentland telling Deandre, “Go away right now.” Deandre tells Pentland to call the police and Pentland’s wife, Cassie Pentland, tells him they’ve already been called. The couple can be heard telling Deandre he was “picking fights” with people in the neighborhood.
Pentland then asks him, “What is it that you are doing here?” and Deandre replies, “Walking.” Pentland then says, “Then walk.” Deandre can be heard saying he is walking back to his house, and Pentland’s wife cuts in and says, “Well you’ve been here like 15 minutes now,” and both Pentlands then tell him to keep walking. “Walk away,” Pentland says. “Walk away right now. You need help? I’m happy to help.” Pentland then denies hitting Deandre.
“There’s a difference between pushing you,” Pentland can be heard saying.
Pentland says, “You either walk away or I’m going to carry your a** out of here.” Deandre tells Pentland not to touch him and Pentland says, “What are you going to do?” He then says, “Let’s go, walk away. I’m about to do something to you. You better start walking right now. …”
“You’re in the wrong neighborhood motherf*****. Get out.”
“You better walk away. Walk away.”
Twitter, I’m told this super douche lives in The Summit in Columbia, South Carolina. If you recognize him, please DM me — I want to make sure the name I have is accurate before I blast it all over social media. pic.twitter.com/LYAVzL2FaE
— Angry Staffer (@Angry_Staffer) April 13, 2021
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The video was posted on Facebook by a Columbia woman, Shirell Johnson, who said she was walking in the neighborhood with a friend, Vinnetta Yvonne Knight Osborne, on Monday night, April 12, 2021, when she saw the incident unfold.
According to Johnson, Deandre lives in the Summit neighborhood not far from where the incident occurred in a planned community called The Lakes at Barony Place. She said he has been “walking plenty of times and he lives in the summit!” She added, “Deandre was calm throughout.”
Jonathan Pentland Cassie Pentland
Pentland is originally from Mountain Home, Idaho, according to his 2006 wedding announcement.
He and his wife, Cassie Dalrymple Pentland, have two young children, a son, and a daughter, according to his Facebook page. Pentland and his wife purchased their home in The Lakes at Barony Place in May 2020 for $282,900, according to public records.
Jonathan and Cassie Pentland. pic.twitter.com/opHs8fae7h
— Kentucky’s Ark (@NickWohlleb) April 14, 2021
The house was new construction when they bought it. Their house was built by the development’s planners, DR Horton, in 2019, Richland County public records reveal. The house was purchased using a VA home loan, according to records.