CDE Lightband employee assaults girlfriend, cracks her phone during argument

38-year-old Justin Hooper was charged with domestic assault and vandalism after he was involved in an argument over “family matters” that turned physical when he grabbed her, pushed her into the kitchen, then took her cell phone and cracked the screen.

On May 31st, Officer Thompson was dispatched to a domestic disturbance on Meredith Way in Clarksville. Upon arrival, Thompson met with Justin Hooper’s girlfriend, who informed the officer that she and Hooper had been in a verbal altercation regarding family matters. According to the affidavit, Hooper reportedly took hold of his girlfriend and pushed her into the kitchen.

Justin Hooper (MCSO)
Justin Hooper (MCSO)

Thompson noted that there were no visible signs of injury on the woman. The victim also claimed that Hooper took her cell phone, an LG V50, and brought it with him outside. When the phone was returned to her, the screen was cracked. The value of the phone was estimated at $600.

Thompson proceeded to question Hooper, who claimed that the two were in an altercation and that some pushing may have happened. Hooper additionally admitted to taking his girlfriend’s phone but was not aware of the screen being damaged when it was returned. Further investigation stated no previously reported domestic history between the couple.

Justin Hooper was arrested and charged with domestic assault and vandalism. His bond was set at $1,500.

Blaine Kellar

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