On July 15, a disorderly conduct complaint was filed at a Turner Road residence. According to reports, a woman alleged that her estranged husband was watching the couple’s children while she was at work but became upset and demanded a pack of cigarettes as payment. He then told the woman he was going to leave the children and call law enforcement. The woman said she left work and when she arrived at the residence, the estranged husband ripped an air conditioner out of a window and busted the windshield on his 2005 Chrysler Pacifica with a metal rod. The man then left walking. The woman said she suspects the man might be on cocaine.
On July 14, Dmonta Julhuhan Wright, 23, Madison, was arrested and charged with criminal trespass, disorderly conduct and obstruction of law enforcement. According to reports, when a deputy arrived at a Pine Tree Circle residence, he observed two males and a female arguing outside of the residence. The deputy attempted to get Wright to stop walking away and to stop “yelling and screaming,” reports state, but Wright continued to walk away. The deputy grabbed Wright by his wrist and Wright allegedly resisted. The deputy grabbed Wright around his upper body and pinned him against his patrol car and attempted and eventually succeeded in placing Wright in handcuffs. The woman in the yard alleged that when she and her mother came home, Wright instigated an argument and that Wright had previously been trespassed from the property. She also alleged that Wright retrieved a machete and was threatening the woman with the weapon. A second woman confirmed that Wright had a machete but said she took it away from him “before he could do anything with it.” The other man in the yard said he “didn’t see anything and wasn’t going to comment on it.” Reports state that Wright continued to state derogatory things at the deputy during transport to the detention center and during his incarceration process.
On July 13, an information report was filed at a Price Mill Road, Bishop, location. According to reports, a man said a female friend had spent the night and had given him a Xanax and the man did not wake up until 11:30 a.m. the next day. The man said the woman had told him she wanted his full bred German Shepherd dog neutered because she feared the dog would kill cats and other animals. The woman said she had told the man that she had an 8 a.m. appointment with a veterinarian for her cat. At 5 p.m., the man said, the German Shepherd “walked up and clearly had been neutered.” The man said he never gave the woman permission to have his dog neutered. The woman said the man had given her permission to have the dog neutered.
On July 18, a theft by taking complaint was filed at a Reids Ferry Road, Buckhead, residence. According to reports, a man said sometime between 8 p.m. on July 17 and 8 a.m. on July 18 someone took his Club Car golf cart. The man said the cart had no keys and had to have been pushed. A deputy found tire tracks leading from the residence through the back yard to a wood line. The golf cart was painted in a camouflage pattern and has an Alaska license plate on the front. The complainant valued the cart at $3,500.
On July 16, an information report was filed at a Newborn Road, Rutledge, residence. According to reports, deputies were dispatched to the residence in regards to a son fighting his father. When deputies arrived, they observed minor injuries on his right hand knuckles. The son told the deputy he got the injuries by punching both a tree and his father. The father said the 18-year-old’s behavior had gotten progressively worse in the past three months and that the son “throws fits” when he does not get something he wants. The father said he attempted to handcuff his son to gain control. He said his son will not work and has been kicked out of school. The deputy noted that the son had sores on both arms and suspected drug use. The deputy offered to line the son up with a counselor but the son declined and said “he was just going to get a job.”
On July 16, a criminal damage to property complaint was filed at Interstate 20. According to reports, a man said he stopped a car hauler he was driving because the vehicle was not running properly. The man said he unloaded the vans on the car hauler and took them to their destination with help from friends. The man said when he returned to the car hauler, he observed that someone had broken a window and had rifled through the vehicle. The complainant also said the catalytic convertor had been cut off.