31-year-old Rhia Perry was charged with domestic assault causing bodily harm after she got into a physical altercation with her boyfriend and police were unable to determine a primary aggressor.
On September 13th, Officer Lynch responded to a domestic assault at 2074 North Cabana Drive, involving Rhia Perry and Corey Johnson who are in a romantic relationship and live together with their three kids. The officer spoke with Perry who explained there had been an altercation between the couple. She told police it was an argument about vehicle repairs and cost that turned physical. She said Johnson assaulted her and the officers observed scratches on her neck as well as her leg.
When officers spoke with Johnson he claimed the injuries were from when they were wrestling earlier that morning but admitted there was an argument that took place about car parts. He said that Perry assaulted him and any injury she sustained was from Johnson defending himself. Officers also observed scratches on Johnson’s face and ear. They were unable to determine a primary aggressor and took both parties involved into custody. The three children were left in the care of the paternal grandmother.
Rhia Perry was arrested and charged with domestic assault causing bodily harm. Her bond was set at $2,000. The case was later dismissed.