Man breaks girlfriend’s phone then follows her to a friend’s house to apologize

39-year-old Curtis Rocquemore was charged with domestic assault after his girlfriend called the police on him for breaking her phone but then refused to prosecute.

On November 8th, Memphis Polic Officer Taylor and Kinsler were dispatched to a residence located at 3374 Burgess Drive for a possible assault call. Tesheena Curtis told the officers that her boyfriend, Curtis Rocquemore, had been arguing and fighting with her all day. The officers’ report stated that as Curtis tried to leave the residence, Rocquemore made physical contact with her and broke her iPhone 6. Curtis did state that she fought back in self-defense. After Curtis went to her friend’s house, Rocquemore showed up to apologize to her.

Curtis Rocquemore (SCSO)

Curtis stated that she did not want to press charges and advised that she only called the police because she wanted to gather her personal belongings without conflict. Officers observed a bruise on Curtis’s left wrist and reported that she complained of foot pain. The officer’s report noted that Curtis’s hair was messy and appeared to have been in an altercation. Curtis refused to fill out the domestic violence paperwork.

Curtis Rocquemore was arrested and charged with domestic assault causing bodily harm. He was later released on his own recognizance.

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