Weekend Blotter – Time to move on

  • Monday, June 16, 2014

A sweet young man took a girl under his wing while she was down on her luck, a report said. Eventually, the pair started dating.

Things went south when the girl allegedly started stealing from him. He declined to press charges in those instances, he told police, but he did want his things back.

Most recently, the guy’s band played at a local venue and afterwards several friends came back to his house, including the girl.

According to the police report, the girl was very drunk.

She allegedly began to argue with one of the guests there and the boyfriend went to beak it up.

Everyone eventually left, but she stayed behind and began to argue with the boyfriend, the report said.

According to his statement, she began jumping on him, grabbing his neck and trying to hit him in the face.

He said he got her off of him and went to leave, but she jumped on his back to prevent him from escaping.

She told him she would call the police if he did not apologize to her and broke up with her.

He admitted to police in his statement that she probably has bruises on her person from him trying to get her off of him.

He also showed police several bruises and choke marks on his own body from the incident.

He said many incidents such as this have happened with this girl in the past and not just to him.

He said he did not want to press charges but wanted her on trespass notice from his home and his parents’ home where she has shown up late at night looking for him.

He said he was also interested in a restraining order.

He did not know where she was living but gave her place of employment to police.

He did ask that they not go there so that she does not get fired.

The phone number he provided for the girl was no longer in service.

As of this report, there was no update on whether police could locate her.

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