By Njai Joszor
Chester Jennings aka Lyfe Jennings has been jailed on five charges stemming from a series of events that began Sunday.
According to the Marietta Daily Journal, Jennings' Sunday heated up when he went looking for the mother of his children, Joy Pound.
At one point Jennings kicked in the door of a house in Smyrna, Georgia, belonging to Jeff Kendrick, then fired rounds from a .40 caliber glock in the street according to police.
Jennings then fled the scene in his 2005 Corvette and according to his warrant allegedly refused to stop for officers when given audible and visual signs to do so. Driving in excess of 70 miles per hour, Jennings was eventually stopped and refused to take a sobriety test.
Booked at Cobb County Jail, the "Must Be Nice" singer has been charged with DUI test refusal, criminal trespassing, discharging a weapon near a street, possession of a firearm by a convicted felon and fleeing or attempting to elude a police offer.
Now free on $50,000 bond, Jennings has been ordered to stay sober and to not have any contact (indirect or direct) with the mother of his children Joy Pound or Kendrick.
Jennings' alleged 'rocky' relationship with Pound was first reported late this summer on a popular Atlanta based blog.
Lyfe Jennings' latest album "Lyfe Change" was released in April featuring the single "Never Never Land".