Law and Order Gary
September 12, 2012 4:28PM
Updated: September 12, 2012 11:36PM
Man wanted for stun gun assault
An arrest warrant has been issued for De’Mon Causey, 30, of 1710 Clark Road, charged with felony battery, domestic battery, battery and using a stun gun in the commission of a crime for an Aug. 14 incident involving his son’s mother.
Jamila Bryant, 29, told Detective Richard McClelland her 3-year-old son saw his father’s car near 5th Avenue and Roosevelt Street and wanted to see him.
Bryant said she drove over to the church parking lot where Causey walked up to her and was very angry, accusing her of following him, the probable cause affidavit states.
“He touched her with the live stun gun approximately five times in the arms and shoulders, three times in the stomach and twice in the thigh,” court records state.
Their son was present during the alleged assault.
Bryant was treated at the emergency room for pain,
Move from Chicago not working out
Richard Emery pleaded guilty to public intoxication and resisting law enforcement on Wednesday, the morning after he was arrested outside his girlfriend’s house.
Emery, 24, of 4920 Kentucky St., said he moved from Chicago to get away from “too much gang-banging.”
But when Gary City Court Judge Deidre Monroe reviewed his criminal history and then learned he was unemployed, she told him, “We want law abiding citizens to move here.”
Monroe sentenced him to one year in Lake County Jail.
Men rifle through car at hospital
Police arrested two brothers seen rifling through a car parked at The Methodist Hospitals Northlake campus.
The owner of the car was inside the hospital Tuesday about 11:45 a.m. when Cpl. Michael Clark saw the men in the car with all doors open.
As he approached, Anton Goff, 25, and his brother Larry Goff, 23, both of 2364 Hayes St., ran.
Both were caught and charged with criminal trespass, criminal mischief and resisting law enforcement.
The car owner reported damage to her glove compartment and some cash missing.
The brothers were being held on $500 cash bond.
Court: Man can’t visit girlfriend
A Merrillville man was told he cannot visit his girlfriend at her Glen Park home until criminal trespass charges against him are resolved.
Patrolman Brandon Gildon arrested Tevin Pearson, 21, of 518 W. 53rd Ave., about 3:30 a.m. Wednesday when Pearson returned to the home after Gildon told him to leave.
“Her mom got drunk and called police on me,” Pearson to Gary City Court Judge Deidre Monroe.
He said the girl’s mother previously hit him in the head.
Pearson said he thought Gary officers were gone from the house when he returned to get his car, but he was arrested instead.
Cpl. Donald Evans confiscated a gun at the girlfriend’s home.