The victim of an April 19 shooting in Oakland has been treated and released from MaineGeneral Medical Center, a hospital spokesperson said Thursday.

Jasmine Caret, 33, was shot by her ex-boyfriend after he forced his way into the house she shares with her mother, according to police.

Jeremy Clement, 36, of Fairfield, remained in jail Thursday, held in lieu of $500,000 bail.

On the day of the shooting, Clement allegedly drove a four-wheeler to the home, kicked in the door and scuffled with Caret’s mother, Roseanna, who was armed with a baseball bat. Police say Clement wrestled Jasmine Caret to the ground and shot her in the shoulder with a .40-caliber pistol. Police then arrived and used a stun gun to subdue Clement.

Clement has an extensive criminal history in Maine, including criminal threatening, assault and domestic violence assault.

After the shooting, Clement was charged with burglary with intent to commit murder or assault, elevated aggravated assault and assault.

The victim’s family says Clement had abused Jasmine Caret for years, both mentally and physically. When Jasmine Caret moved out of Clement’s home about two weeks ago, the state Department of Health and Human Services advised her to stay away from him, said May Caret, the woman’s grandmother. Clement and Jasmine Caret have a 3-year-old son together, and the son was taken away from Clement because the home was not safe, according to Roseanna Caret.

A temporary protection-from-abuse order signed by a Skowhegan District Court judge on April 13 prohibits Clement from having contact with a woman who is the mother of one of his children and giving the mother sole parental rights over the child. In the order, Clement is ordered not to possess a firearm or other weapon. The mother – who is not Jasmine Caret – wrote in her bid for a protection order that she was unable to go home because of Clement’s threats and she needed to keep her daughter safe.

The prosecution initially had requested bail of $1 million, but the judge at Clement’s recent hearing set bail at $500,000. Judge Evert Fowle said the figure factored in the nature and seriousness of the charges, Clement’s criminal record and the safety of the community. Clement’s appointed attorney, Pamela Ames, could argue bail in the future.

Fowle set bail conditions that prohibit Clement from contact with the victims, from possessing dangerous weapons and from being in Oakland.

Clement is due for a disposition conference at 2 p.m. July 13.

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