Man gets physical with ex after she refuses to let him borrow a lighter

33-year-old Erik Campos was charged with domestic assault and interfering with an emergency call after attempting to push his ex-girlfriend backward in a chair and taking her phone so she could not call 911.

On October 16th, Clarksville Police Department Officer Timothy Green arrived at the residence of 1378 Millet Drive in response to a domestic violence call. Erik Campos’ ex-girlfriend was outside smoking when he approached and asked to use her lighter, which she refused. She was sitting in a chair and he walked over, placed his hands on her arms, and pushed her backward in it.

Erik Campos (MCSO)
Erik Campos (MCSO)

She had to grab his hoodie to stop herself from falling and was able to stand and move into the garage. She then asked for the keys to the house and garage opener, which Campos started to argue about and brought up text messages on her phone. She told him she was going to call the police, so he took her phone and went inside as she screamed to give it back. She began banging on the window of her neighbor’s home to have them call the police. Campos then gave her phone back and walked outside to wait for the police to arrive.

Erik Campos was arrested and charged with domestic assault and interfering with an emergency call. He was released on a $500 bond.

Justan Weston

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