Thomas Creamer Jr. was arrested on suspicions of domestic violence assault, criminal damage and disorderly conduct Friday afternoon on West Catalan Street in Maricopa.
According to a Maricopa Police probable cause statement, Creamer and his girlfriend were involved in a domestic disturbance at his residence about 3:30 p.m. on Jan. 4. Creamer told her to leave and she went outside crying in the driveway with Creamer yelling at her, according to police documents.
Creamer, who admitted to being intoxicated, began pounding on her windshield with his right hand, and eventually broke it.
Officers report that Creamer admitting he pounded on the windshield and did have a swollen right hand and a cut on his knuckle when police arrived.
The woman told police he threw her across the garage floor before she was able to get into her car. She said Creamer hit her in the face after grabbing her hair. The incident was also witnessed by an 11-year-old, and video was taken of Creamer hitting the vehicle and yelling at the woman.
Creamer was arrested and allegedly began kicking the window of the patrol car once he was in custody. He did not break the window, according to police documents.
Later at the police station, Creamer was accused of “pounding on the holding cell glass which resulted in him being secured in a restraint chair.”
Creamer was booked into the Pinal County Jail.