June 22 10:53 AM
Upon contact, the officer allegedly smelled a strong odor of burnt marijuana coming from the interior of the vehicle. The suspect shouted in an excited utterance that she had some marijuana in her purse and was asked to step out of the vehicle. Officers located her purse on the left side between the seat belts.
June 15 10:56 AM
The officer saw the suspect sitting by the door to the residence of 5315 Fairfax. The homeowner claimed that the suspect was an ex-boyfriend and that he did not have permission to be on her property. The suspect did not have any personal property at the residence nor did he live at the property, according to the victim.
June 01 04:24 PM
Upon contact, the complainant claimed that she was going to her friend’s apartment when the suspect stopped her and said, “Bitch, you’re not going upstairs.” She said the suspect physically grabbed her, pushed her and threw her cell to the ground. She said he started walking toward her real fast, swinging at her.
May 25 09:50 AM
The victim also had a cell phone video of the suspect approaching her in an aggressive manner and threatening physical violence on her. She said she felt she was going to be battered. Post- Miranda, the suspect said they were resolving an issue, and he tried to kiss her, then she scratched his neck.
May 18 05:09 PM
The complainant confronted the suspect, who told her he had a receipt. She told him to drop the quilt. He did and left the property. On May 8, a store clerk at Family Dollar saw the suspect taking bedding and leaving without paying. The officer saw the suspect carrying two bags of bedding.

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June 22 10:53 AM
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