CRIMINAL ACTIVITY MAY 17-23, 2017

Man threatens to beat and kill employee

According to a Richwood Police officer, on May 17, 2017 Wesley B. Davis went to 5310 Jackson St. and threatened multiple customers while holding a screwdriver. An employee advised that he said he would beat her and kill her.
The officer observed David on the security footage behaving erratically while holding a screwdriver and pointing it to various people.

Man grabs woman by the throat and shoves her against the wall

On May 17, 2017 Ouachita Parish Sheriff deputies responded to 1508 Worley St. in reference to a disturbance. Upon the deputies arrival the victim stated she and the arrestee were arguing when he grabbed her by the throat and shoved her against the wall. The victim stated while he was holding her she could not breathe. A witness at the residence stated he observed the arrestee holding the victim by the throat, at which time he attempted to separate them and dialed 911.
According to the deputy, post Miranda the arrestee stated the two only argued because he suspected her of seeing another man. He denied any physical altercation taking place. The arrestee was transported to OCC without incident.

Man punches woman

On May 19, 2017 a Monroe Police Department officer arrested Brian T. Robinson for domestic abuse battery. The victim stated while she was in the bed, Robinson started punching her in the face for no reason. The battery occurred at 2401 Washington St. #631. They have lived together for over four years.
The officer did see a scratch next to her right eye and some swelling. The officer also saw some blood in her nose. Robinson was advised of his rights and booked at OCC.

 

Man steals a water pump

According to a Ouachita Parish Sheriff deputy, on May 20, 2017 the arrestee and a white female suspect crossed over the levee to the Ouachita river in the 1000 block of Buckhorn Bend Road where they removed a priming pump, valued at $300.00, from a larger water pump, which is used for irrigation. A witness saw the arrestee and female suspect carrying the water pump up the levee where they put it in the arrestee’s truck. The witness obtained the license plate number to the arrestee’s vehicle and contacted the property manager.
The property manager (complainant) and witness located the arrestee’s vehicle at 2557 Buckhorn Bend Loop Rd. and contacted OPSO. The arrestee, who was standing in the front yard, was identified as the suspect by the witness. The first deputy on the scene took the arrestee into custody at which time he identified himself as John Parker. Parker was advised of his Miranda rights but he refused to make any statement. The female suspect was at the residence but fled from the scene. The stolen primer pump was located inside another vehicle, which was parked in the front yard. Parker was placed under arrest and booked at OCC. A twelve volt car battery, valued at $100.00 was also taken but it was not found.

Woman hits man’s car multiple times with her own vehicle

On May 23, 2017 a Ouachita Parish deputy made contact with the victim who stated the arrestee, Shaquita Daniels, struck his vehicle multiple times with her vehicle while driving West bound on I-20. The victim stated his vehicle then exited the roadway and came to a final stop in the median of I-20 by mile meter marker 105. The victim stated Daniels then continued to drive West bound I-20. The deputy made contact with the second victim and according to the deputy; her testimony was consistent with the first victim.
The deputy made contact with Daniels and advised her of her rights, per Miranda, and secured her testimony. Daniels stated she began to follow the first victim on I-20, because she thought there was another female in his car. Daniels said she did strike the victim’s car with her car, because he entered her lane of travel. Daniels also stated she did not stop to check on the victim, because of other vehicles on the roadway.
The deputy placed Daniels under arrest and transported her to OCC and booked her.

An argument that turned physical

On May 21, 2017 a Monroe Police officer arrested Robert C. Manning for domestic abuse battery and false imprisonment after his live-in wife said they got into an argument which turned physical. According to the officer, during the altercation the wife said Manning kept her from leaving the residence by blocking the doors.
The officer observed bruising and scratches on her back, shoulders, and right leg. Manning was advised of his Miranda Rights and transported to OCC where he was booked accordingly.

Witnesses accuses man of kidnapping his girlfriend

On May 19, 2017 the investigating Ouachita Parish Sheriff deputy was flagged down by a motorist at the intersection of Hwy 165 and Ticheli Rd., who advised that a man in a Pontiac G6 just kidnapped his girlfriend. A traffic stop was conducted on the vehicle in the parking lot of the Chevron on Martin Luther King Jr. Dr. The driver (victim) was separated from the passenger, arrestee Degarrius Glover.
Two witnesses, who flagged the deputy down, stated that they both witnessed Glover punch his girlfriend in the face twice while in the parking lot of a school on Ticheli Rd. The victim stated that she and her boyfriend had been arguing and she was trying to convince him to get in her car. She stated that Glover never hit her in the face. The deputy did not observe any obvious injury but did see small amount of what appeared to be blood on her shirt.
After being advised of his Miranda rights Glover stated that he never struck his girlfriend. According to the deputy, the victim made statements that led the deputy to believe she was covering for Glover to keep him from being arrested. Glover advised that he and his girlfriend have lived together at the same residence for three years. Glover was placed under arrest for one count of domestic abuse battery and booked at OCC. The victim stated that she had not been kidnapped.

Man grabs woman’s breast

On May 22, 2017 a West Monroe officer responded to 106 Circle Drive in reference to a battery. Upon arrival the officer made contact with the victim who stated that the suspect, Charles Gregory entered the gated/fenced area when another vehicle left the property. The victim stated she opened the building door and the suspect grabbed her left breast. The victim stated she lived with Gregory this year, but recently moved out. The victim advised Gregory was still inside the fenced area due to not being able to get out.
The officer made contact with Gregory inside the fenced area and arrested him. The officer advised Gregory of his Miranda rights, which he stated he understood. Gregory stated he did not rent a storage unit at AAA Storage and entered the fence when a vehicle was leaving. According to the officer, Gregory admitted to grabbing the victim but didn’t think he grabbed her breast.
According to the officer, Gregory stated the victim did live with him recently, but she moved out. The officer transported Gregory to West Monroe jail for processing and was later transported to OCC, where he was booked for domestic battery and unauthorized entry of a place of business.

Man shoves and strikes victim

According to a Monroe Police officer, on May 17, 2017 Brandon D. Hall did shove and then strike the victim in the doorway of his apartment at 1704 Shannon #126. He then grabbed and tore off her dress as she tried to get away. Hall and the victim have lived together within the last five years and have a six-month-old baby together.
After being advised he was under arrest, Hall did struggle in an attempt to keep the officers from handcuffing him. After being placed in the police unit, Hall complained of his handcuffs being too tight. When the officers opened the door to check them, he kicked the door and tried to force his way past the officers in an apparent attempt to escape.

Man tackles woman to the floor

According to a Ouachita Parish Sheriff deputy, on May 22, 2017 the victim stated while attempting to move out of the house Charles Humphries tackled her to the floor. The victim stated prior to this, Humphries was telling her to leave. The victim told the deputy that Humphries pinned her to the floor and would not let her up.
The deputy did observe several areas of skin with redness to the skin tone and multiple scrapes and scratches on the victim. After being advised of his Miranda rights, Humphries admitted to pushing down the victim because she threw some items at him.

 

 

Man breaks victim’s window

According to Ouachita Parish Sheriff deputies, on May 21, 2017 the arrestee broke the victim’s window, computer, and Xbox. The deputies advised the arrestee of his Miranda rights, which he stated he understood and chose to waive.
The arrestee admitted to breaking the window on accident, but denied breaking the Xbox and computer. Arrestee was arrested and taken to OCC, where he was booked.