32-year-old Mitsuko Larell Martindale was charged with the felony of making a false report to an officer after the Montgomery County Sheriff’s Office attempted to serve a warrant on her husband, and she told them he wasn’t home. Officers were attempting to serve a domestic violence warrant on John Martindale on Evans Road, and his vehicle was in the driveway. When his wife, Mitsuko, answered the door she insisted he was not there but stated she would call him to let him know they came by. After 25 minutes of back-and-forth, deputies entered the home and found him hiding in the bathroom.
After nearly a 7-year wait, 28-year-old Marquis Moultrie is in the Montgomery County Jail, charged with the 2015 aggravated robbery of Sam’s Discount Tobacco. Police say he forced his way inside while carrying a pistol, injuring the store owner. He threw the register to the ground when he couldn’t get the cables free to flee with it. After fleeing to South Carolina in 2015, he faced new charges and a prison sentence there for pointing and presenting a firearm, petit larceny, assault and battery 1st degree, burglary 1st degree, burglary 2nd degree, grand larceny, probation violation, failure to stop for blue lights and fleeing to evade arrest. He was eventually arrested in South Carolina in September of 2018 on all of those warrants.
28-year-old Brandon Bassett is jailed in lieu of a $250,000 bond after being indicted by the Montgomery County Grand Jury on 5 counts of aggravated sexual battery of a victim under 13 years of age. The incidents occurred on five days in October of 2020 when the victim was 11-years-old.
Clarksville Police say 27-year-old Seth Armstrong confessed to “giving in to temptation” and installing a hidden camera in the bathroom of a family friend who he was babysitting for on Tradewinds Terrace. The camera live-streamed images online so he could access the feed.
22-year-old Amarus Labeee is charged with felony aggravated domestic assault after his wife, Tyvonecha Jackson, says she had to smash him with a vase in order to escape as he strangled her during an argument about how he wasn’t properly watching their youngest child. He is free on a $2,500 bond.
Dejah Blackwell and Tyler Tornay say they were sitting on the couch in a residence on Stone Mountain Road on New Year’s Eve when they heard a car horn and suddenly the front door of the home flew open. They say 24-year-old David Samy, who is Blackwell’s ex-boyfriend, appeared without notice or invitation and began to beat Tyler in the face with his fists. Samy pushed Blackwell down into a table and tossed her phone when she tried to stop the assault and attempted to call police.
A warrant was issued for Samy’s arrest, as he fled the scene, and he was booked on the outstanding warrants for felony burglary of a habitation, domestic assault, and interference with an emergency call this week. He posted an $8,000 cash bond and was released.