40-year-old Gregory Bobo was charged with aggravated burglary and domestic assault after he refused to leave his ex-girlfriend alone and pushed her to the ground, only leaving when she fired her gun.
On November 7th, Memphis Police Officers Bone and Northcott arrived at the residence of 3114 Dahlia Drive in response to a burglary call. Upon arrival, Gwendolyn Danner advised her on-and-off boyfriend of two years, Gregory Bobo, started an argument with her as she changed the locks on her house. She informed the officers of his history of violence and that she tried breaking up with him, but he refused to leave her alone.
According to Danner, Bobo pushed her to the ground and when she ran inside the house, he forced his way in before she could lock the door. She told him “you aren’t on the lease, you have no property here, we are through, and you need to leave.” Bobo refused and then pushed her onto the bed. Danner said she tried calling the police but her phone was dead. She advised that she grabbed her gun from the living room and forced him out of her house.
According to the affidavit, Bobo was pushing Danner as they walked down the stairs. Danner advised that after she fired her gun at the grass Bobo finally left. After the police arrived, he was seen coming back to the residence from the backyard and Danner confirmed “that’s him!” Bobo was taken into custody.
Gregory Bobo was arrested and charged with aggravated burglary and domestic assault. He was later released on a $7,500 bond.