Monroe Dispatch - No Struggle, No Progress

Ex's Terrible Understanding


October 19, 2017 | View PDF

Christopher L. Johnson

Ever wondered why people are apprehensive about getting involved with others? Many won't lookup, acknowledge or give strangers the time of day! According to police reports, a deputy was summoned to a residence for a domestic dispute. Upon arrival, law enforcement contacted the victim, who stated her ex-boyfriend/arrestee Christopher Johnson arrived at her residence without permission. The victim told the deputy that the arrestee banged on the door screaming, "Let me the -uck in." After asking the arrestee to leave the arrestee tried to turn the door knob and walk inside, when arrestee yelled, -uck you let me in." The victim told the arrestee no when the arrestee kicked the front door trying to get inside. The victim informed deputies the reason why she didn't let the arrestee inside was unwarranted text messages threatening to do harm. The victim dialed 911 which prompted arrestee to run behind residence where suspect was located attempting to flee. Arrestee refused officer's commands and was later apprehended after a brief chase. Arrestee ran because of parole charges and did not want to go back to jail. Arrestee was arrested and charged with disturbing the peace, unauthorized entry of an inhabited dwelling and improper language harassment. There are three sides to every story. This was one side of this story. The Monroe Dispatch welcomes the other or another side of this story.


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