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Courtney Green

Green, Courtney Decarlos

Date of Booking:

Reason(s) For Booking:
Criminal Trespass-Damage

Criminal Trespass-Damage

Aggravated Stalking

Failure to Appear

Officer’s Narrative:
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[NARRATIVE #1 on September 10, 2022]

On 09/10/2022 at 1439 hrs. I, Ofc. Walters, responded to [300 BLOCK] McArthur Blvd. in reference to a Domestic. Upon arrival, I made contact with the victim, [VICTIM #1].

Ms. [VICTIM #1] advised she is in the process of breaking up with the father of her child, Courtney Green. She advised this date Courtney came over to her house to get a garden hose that belongs to him. She advised he saw her standing at the front door of the house and walked toward her asking her who was in the house. She closed the door as he was approaching and locked the bottom lock. She advised he started beating on the door until the wood on the door frame splintered and the door opened.

Courtney left the scene prior to my arrival. I did not speak to him about the incident.

I was able to verify that the door frame was damaged. Ms. [VICTIM #1] provided me with a photo and video on her phone that showed Courtney at the house. Due to the damage, the photo/video, and Ms. [VICTIM #1]’s testimony, there was sufficient probable cause. I will be signing a warrant on Courtney the next available date.

Ms. [VICTIM #1] was provided the case number and informed on how to obtain a copy of the report.

[End of Narrative]

[NARRATIVE #2 on October 09, 2022]

On 10/9/2022 at approximately 22:50 hours, I, Ofc. Milam, was dispatched to [300 BLOCK] Mcarthur Blvd in reference to a criminal trespass. Once on scene I approached the front door which was wide open. I could see that the door was forced open as the door frame was split and the dead bolt was still in the locked position.

I made contact with [VICTIM #1] who was sitting just inside the door way. [VICTIM #1] advised that her child’s father, Courtney Green, moved out of the house 1-2 weeks ago. She advised that just before her 911 call she and her son, [REDACTED], were asleep in a bedroom. She was awoken to knocking at the front door. She asked who it was and she heard Courtney’s voice say it was Courtney and he left something there that he needed. She replied that there was nothing of his at the house and told him to leave. She advised that she then heard loud banging on the door and the door swung open, resulting in the damage that I observed. She began yelling at Courtney and he left the scene in a dark color Chevrolet Malibu.

[VICTIM #1] advised that there is extensive domestic violence between the two parties. She fears for her safety every day when she leaves the house. A similar incident occurred approximately 1 month ago (C/N: 2022-11606). [VICTIM #1] was so fearful of Courtney that I stood by with her as she gathered belongings and left the residence

I attempted to make contact with Courtney, but had negative results.

Photographs of the damaged door will be attached in RMS. Dispatch advised that there is a no contact order in place as a condition of Courtney’s bond in a previous incident. They were unable to advise if that order is still valid. I will contact the magistrate court to verify the details of that order.

Ms. [VICTIM #1] was provided this case number and advised of how to receive this report. I will be seeking a warrant for Criminal Trespass-Damage (Family Violence) at the next available time.

[End of Narrative]