Sunday, July 20, 2014
When police are called to your home, they are most likely not going to “go away” because you tell them to. Once they start an “investigation,” they have to finish it.
Much like a recent incident in which they were called to a home for criminal domestic violence.
The female party was intoxicated and slurring her words, according to the police report, and did not want to talk to officers. She told them to go away and refused to talk, the report said.
But the boyfriend explained to police that he was at work and called his girlfriend but could not get in touch with her. When he got home from work, she allegedly came strolling in shortly after him and appeared drunk.
He said he suspected she had been cheating on him and then she turned it around and said she suspected he had been cheating on her.
They had a verbal argument and then the girlfriend allegedly threw his motorcycle helmet against the door.
The officers saw the helmet had been damaged. The boyfriend added that she tried to go through his cell phone, but he held onto it tightly and refused to give it to her.
They struggled and he got scratched, the report said. He said he used his body to push her off of him and that’s when she called 911.
He added that his girlfriend is diagnosed with a condition that requires medicine and she mixes it with alcohol, according to the report.
He also told police his girlfriend is a “professional strip dancer” and she has bruises all over her body and legs because of it.
The girlfriend finally admitted to police that she took Ambien and Wellbutrin that night, according to the report. She said her boyfriend accused her of cheating and took her phone and she tried to get it back which caused a struggle.
According to the report, she said he grabbed her and threw her on the ground. Then she changed her story and said she was thrown against the computer. According to the report, she changed her story again and said she was thrown against a printer.
Based on the circumstances, she was arrested for criminal domestic violence.