22-year-old Jared Bryant was charged with aggravated burglary, criminal trespass, possession of methamphetamine with intent, and two counts of aggravated assault after a man and woman told police they returned to their residence and he threatened them with a “long pocket knife.”
On March 27th, Officer Feffer was dispatched to 1205 North Haven Circle in response to a burglary and assault call. According to the affidavit, Christopher Kenworthy told officers he had returned to his residence with Marisa Longmire and found someone in his home. When Kenworthy told Bryant to leave he pulled out a “long pocket knife” and threatened the couple. They fled the home and called police and officers located Bryant a short distance away.
Bryant complained of coughing and fever and was taken to medical holding. Upon search, a cellphone, charger, two knives and three cell phone batteries all belonging to Kenworthy were found in Bryant’s possession. The items had a total worth of $340. Also found in Bryant’s wallet was .1 gram of a crystalized substance later confirmed to be meth. Both Longmire and Kenworthy testified they had feared for their lives during the incident and Jared Bryant was barred from the trailer park.
Jared Bryant was charged with aggravated burglary, criminal trespass, possession of methamphetamine with intent, and two counts of aggravated assault. His bond was set at $15,000.