Roundup: Charges of domestic violence at two residences


On February 26, at 8:56 p.m., police were dispatched to a Sorrento home for a report of an assault, where the suspect allegedly pushed his girlfriend into a wall and threw a bowl at her.

The victim told police that her boyfriend of 12-years had been drinking, when an argument started over a sandwich.

The victim’s boyfriend, the suspect, Brian J. Bailey, was charged with assault [domestic violence], criminal damage [domestic violence], and disorderly conduct [domestic violence.]

According to police documents, the girlfriend reported that Bailey got upset and started yelling at her.

The victim told officers that Bailey had followed her through the residence and pushed her into a wall, police say.

Bailey allegedly threw a salad bowl in the victim’s direction hitting the ceiling and wall.

The victim told officers that she tried to create distance by going into a separate room, where Bailey allegedly followed.

According to police documents, Bailey tried entering the room where the victim was, and caused a four-inch crack in the door.

The victim told police that she feared for her safety and requested for a family member to call the police.

Bailey was made aware of his Miranda Rights and denied any involvement in the situation, at 9:11 p.m., he was arrested and later booked into Pinal County Sheriff’s Office Jail on his charges, police say.

On February 26, at 6:17 p.m., police were dispatched to a home, with a call from a child who had dialed 911 during a fight in his home.

The suspect, Coye W. Brabham, was charged with assault [domestic violence] following the incident.

According to police documents, the child told dispatch that the victim and suspect were physically fighting and that they [the child] “did not want anyone to get hurt.”

Officers contacted Brabham and identified him as being an aggressor, police say.

The victim told police that she and Brabham were arguing in the kitchen when he [Brabham] pushed her [the victim] with his two hands on her chest near her shoulders, causing her to fall backward.

According to police documents, officers spoke with Brabham twice, at first, he told officers that nothing physical happened, but when later confronted with the victim’s allegations, he said that he did push her back several times, stating that she was in his face, but said he did not know if the victim fell to the ground.

Brabham was placed under arrest at 6:48 p.m., police say.