Officer Chad Grace said in his report that David Malcolmson was arrested after he allegedly grabbed her around the neck and caused enough pressure to leave red marks on her throat. Grace said in his report the incident took place after Malcolmson and his girlfriend became involved in an argument.
The officer lodged the alleged assailant in the Christian County jail where he was released the next day.
Grace was also the arresting officer in four other incidents in Cadiz including the arrest of 48-year-old Kerry Tyler, who listed an address on Jefferson Street.
Tyler was also charged with possession of drug paraphernalia and resisting arrest.
According to a police report, Tyler was in the yard of his residence when officers attempted to execute a warrant on Friday, June 20. Grace indicated that Tyler refused to comply with the officers and at one point, attempted to flee.
In order to bring the subject to a point he could be arrested, Grace said in his report that a taser was used.
Tyler was lodged in the Christian County jail shortly after his arrest and later released.
Nineteen-year-old Andrew Street, who listed an address of Hayden Street in Cadiz, was arrested by Grace on June 19 and charged with criminal mischief 1st and wanton endangerment 2nd in a previous incident and served a warrant issued by Trigg County.
Paul Hudson, age 20, was arrested on another Trigg County warrant and charged with criminal mischief 1st and wanton endangerment 2nd by Officer Grace. He made the arrest on June 19.
Both Street and Hudson were arrested on Hayden Street and were lodged in the Christian County Jail.
On Saturday night, June 21, Grace arrested James. R. Boyd, 20, on the parking lot of Ideal Market. Boyd was also charged with criminal mischief 1st and wanton endangerment 2nd in a warrant from the Trigg District Court.
Street, Hudson, and Boyd were allegedly involved with an incident of throwing rocks at a moving vehicle. That incident apparently took place June 18 on Jefferson Street.
Trigg County Sheriff Randy Clark and deputy Matt Riddle reported one incident each over the past two weeks from the sheriff’s department.
On Friday, June 14, Sheriff Randy Clark reported that he charged Paul B. Teatro with domestic violence 4th degree following an alleged argument with his wife.
In the report Clark says Teatro was arguing with his wife over a cellular telephone. The report said that during the struggle Teatro pushed his wife and then grabbed her by her shirt. The report said there were no visible injuries.
The incident allegedly took place on Crisp Road.
On Saturday night, June 21, Deputy Riddle reported that he arrested Robert E. Gomer, who gave an address of 19 Farmers Lane in Cadiz, and charged him with operating a motor vehicle under the influence of alcohol or drugs and operating an all terrain vehicle on a public road.
Riddle said he observed a red ATV traveling on Lock E Road and when he stopped the subject he noticed an odor of alcohol. The deputy said Gomer failed a field sobriety test and was then placed in restraints. He was later transported to the Christian County jail.
The deputy said he contacted family members to remove the ATV from the roadway.