Tony Thompson

Thompson, Tony Trioton, Jr

Date of Booking:

Reason(s) For Booking:
Violate Family Violence Order

Officer’s Narrative:
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On 06/27/2022 at 1058 hrs., I, Ofc. E. Smith, was dispatched to [100 BLOCK] Tinker Blvd., in reference to an unwanted person. I was previously dispatched to this same location at 1016 hrs., in reference to the same male on scene. Per the previous call notes, Tony Thompson was on scene at her residence.

Tony wanted to argue and she did not want him on scene. Prior to my arrival, Ms. [VICTIM #1] requested to cancel, due to the male having left the scene. Upon arrival to the residence for the second time, I made contact with Mr. Tony Thompson, in the middle of the road.

Mr. Thompson advised he was waiting on his mother to arrive, so she could give him a ride. He stated he was previously in Columbus and needed to get the remainder of his work items from Ms. [VICTIM #1] residence. He stated he went inside to get his work boots and the rest of his clothing.

I made contact with Ms. [VICTIM #1]. She stated Tony and her were previously in a relationship for four years. She stated last year, Tony was arrested on a family violence charge and they have already been to court. She stated Tony was not doing anything wrong, he just kept coming by the house and she needed him to leave her alone. She advised Tony did not remove the items he had from her residence, it was inside a vehicle that dropped him off.

Ms. [VICTIM #1] advised she only wanted Mr. Tony to have a criminal trespass warning for her residence and no arrest made. I ran Mr. Tony’s information through dispatch and they advised a TPO was served on 11/22/2021 and expired 12/22/2024. In summary, the TPO states Mr. Tony is to have no contact with Ms. [VICTIM #1].

Mr. Tony was placed into custody for violation of a TPO. Search incident to arrest, located in Tony’s front right pocket, was a miniscule amount of marijuana and a piece of a orange in color pill. The pill was broken and unable to be identified. The marijuana and unidentified pill were placed into property to be destroyed.

I will be seeking a warrant on Mr. Tony Thompson at the next available date for violation of a TPO.

[End of Narrative]