Harry Banks, 43, Lexington, was charged with fourth-degree domestic violence assault with a minor injury after the Lexington Police Department arrested him on Monday on a complaint warrant from the Richmond Police Department.
According to the warrant, on June 8, the Richmond Police Department responded to Powderhorn Drive. Upon arrival, the officer spoke with the victim who said her boyfriend, Banks, had woken her up and accused her of cheating on May 23.
The victim told officer Banks grabbed her by the hair at the back of her head and slung her off the bed where she landed on her stomach.
Banks got on her back, straddled her, and punched her in the nose which caused it to bleed.
The warrant states, after Banks let the victim go, she went into the hallway, but he shoved her backward into the spare bedroom. The victim told the officer the door was shut but came open when he pushed her, and she landed on her bottom, which resulted in bruising.
Banks was charged and lodged in Madison County Detention Center.
Man arrested after girlfriend covered in bruises
Joshua Noble, 22, Jackson, was arrested by the Richmond Police Department and charged with fourth-degree domestic violence assault with a minor injury.
According to a citation, an officer responded to Remington Court in reference to a possible domestic situation.
The victim answered the door. When asked if she knew why the police were there, she nodded. The victim initially denied anything happened but told the officer she and her boyfriend, Noble, were arguing and it became physical.
The victim told the officer Noble had been drinking, and she told him she was going to bed because she had to work tomorrow.
The victim said she was lying down when Noble started yelling at her. Noble allegedly threw sleeping pills and began kicking the bed.
The victim was collecting the sleeping pills when Noble allegedly kicked her arm.
The victim began to get up from the bed, but Noble allegedly shoved her back onto the mattress by placing his hand on her left collarbone. Noble sat on her and continued yelling.
The citation states, the officer believed the victim had redness in the shape of a handprint on her collarbone as well as swelling and the beginnings of a bruise on her arm.
The officer also noted the victim had multiple bruises in various stages of healing on her arms. The officer believed several of them appeared to be bruising from being grabbed, located on both of her upper arms.
When asked about them, the victim allegedly told the officer she did not remember where they all came from, but some of them allegedly came from an incident on Saturday night.
The victim told the officer Noble allegedly shoved her from the front door of their apartment to the back wall in the living room, approximately 20 feet. The arguing continued upstairs where Noble allegedly destroyed a television and a wall outlet.
Noble told the officer he and the victim were only arguing, and it did not become physical.
According to the citation, the officer observed a scratch on his neck, but Noble allegedly said it came from work.
Noble was charged and lodged at the Madison County Detention Center.
Other arrests include:
• Jamie Hendershot, 30, Frankfort, engaging in organized crime, theft by unlawful taking all others of $500 or more but under $10,000, receiving stolen property under $10,000, first-degree possession of a controlled substance (methamphetamine/first offense), and buying/possessing drug paraphernalia.
• Kimberly Coomer, 49, Richmond, public intoxication of a controlled substance (excludes alcohol).
• Kevin Biggs, 35, Waco, trafficking in a controlled substance (heroin/first offense) and public intoxication of a controlled substance (excludes alcohol).
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