March 25 06:13 AM
Upon contact, the suspect allegedly gave the officer a false report of a crime that occurred. While interviewing the suspect, her story changed multiple times. The suspect also called and reported the crime using the 911 emergency system. She was not in immediate danger for expedited assistance of law enforcement.
March 18 07:24 AM
Consent to search was given, and under the front passenger seat was a fully loaded Taurus .38 Special. Located in the middle console and front dah area were two clear bags with a green, leafy substance weighing approximately 2.3 grams suspected to be marijuana.
March 11 07:00 AM
During a search of the suspect’s vehicle for stolen items, officers found marijuana in plain view on top of the center console. Post- Miranda, the suspect said he did take the items and planned on cooking them that day and wasn’t going to give them back.
March 04 06:12 AM
During a pat down the officer found a fully loaded .40 caliber Smith & Wesson in the suspect’s front right pants pocket. The suspect said he had a baggie containing a green, leafy substance underneath the mattress to avoid police detection. Also, three small, round pills that were blue, yellow and red were found in the night stand.
February 26 06:41 AM
The complainant left and walked outside, and the suspect allegedly took a knife and started to swing it toward him several times. The complainant tried to defend himself while trying to walk away, putting his palms up to block the knife. He was cut about four times inside his left hand.
February 19 07:06 AM
The victim claimed she was in a dispute with the suspect, who refused to get out of her vehicle. The victim said the suspect punched her in the face, which caused them to start fighting. A witness said she saw the victim trying to remove the suspect from her vehicle and that the suspect punched the victim in the face.
February 12 06:41 AM
When officers returned a second time, the suspect had sent threatening messages to the victim’s phone: “I will f—-ing kill you. Those tires not s—-. I’m done with you.” The suspect again returned to the residence and broke a window on the victim’s residence.

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