The Richmond Register

November 27, 2013

Man charged with burglary, violating restraining order

By Sarah Hogsed
Register News Writer

RICHMOND — A North Madison Avenue man was charged Saturday with second-degree burglary and violation of a domestic violence order in connection with an early November incident.

Richmond police charged Jeanbaptiste N. Alexis, 29, after his former girlfriend reported he forced his way into her residence Nov. 4, refused to leave and then passed out. Alexis had been issued a domestic violence restraining order in October, the report stated. After Alexis passed out, the former girlfriend reported she left the apartment.

According to the report, he continued to violate the protective order by texting and calling the victim until she reported the offense to the police.

Officers located Alexis at Little Caesar’s Pizza and took him into custody without incident, the report stated. He was lodged in the Madison County Detention Center, where he remained Tuesday afternoon, according to the jail’s online records.

Man charged with receiving stolen property

Noah B. Howell, 26, of Amberly Way, was charged Monday with receiving stolen property worth more than $500 in connection with an assault that occurred earlier in the month.

A resident of Villa Drive reported Howell had assaulted her Nov. 20 during a dispute at her apartment. He was charged with fourth-degree assault and lodged in the detention center.

The victim reported Nov. 25 several items had been stolen from her residence about the time of the assault, and Howell was identified as a suspect. An investigating officer found an iPad and two purses in Howell’s residence that had been stolen from the victim, the report stated.

Howell remained in jail Tuesday afternoon, according to the jail’s online records.

Wristwatch stolen from gym

A patron of Get Fit of Bay View Drive reported Monday that a black and blue Puma wristwatch, valued at $170, had been stolen from his locker at the facility sometime during the previous week.