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A Disorderly Call On The South Cove Road, Where A Female Is Trying To Hit A Male With Her Car


| Roosevelt, Ut. | May 8th, 2024 |

Police responded to reports of a disorderly incident in the 1700 West area on South Cove Road West of Roosevelt. Dispatch advised there was a male and female fighting on the road and that the female was hitting the male, then got into a vehicle and tried to run over the male with the vehicle.

When Officer Arnold arrived, he located the female in the vehicle at 2200 West South Cove Road. He spoke to the female and asked what had happened. The female stated that her boyfriend had dumped her and that she was trying to pick him up. The officer asked her to explain more in detail, but she was upset and didn't want to talk.

Officer Arnold returned to his patrol vehicle to run the female's information when her mother showed up to help calm her down. The officer spoke to the mother, who stated that the boyfriend had been very abusive to her daughter.

Officer Arnold asked if she knew what had happened, and she stated that as far as she knew, the boyfriend was just trying to walk to work, and nothing physical happened.

The officer then returned to speak with the female again and asked her if there had been any physical altercations or if it was just verbal arguments. She said that it was all verbal. Officer Arnold then told the female that she could go to her house to calm down and that he would come to talk to her if he had any more questions.

Officer Arnold then spoke to the boyfriend, 21-year-old Bodie Roger Williams, who said he had been talking with a friend on the phone last night. The female told him he needed to block all his friends and stop talking with them or leave.

Bodie told the officer he then made the decision to leave, which led to an argument. During the argument, the female hit him on the head with a glass cup/bottle and later tried stabbing him with a pen.

Officer Arnold asked Bodie if he could look at his injury, and the officer saw there was some discoloration on his head. The officer asked Bodie if he was willing to fill out a statement, and he said that he was not and didn't wish to press charges against her.

It was explained to Bodie, by law, that because this was a domestic violence situation, we had to take action regardless.

Brodie also mentioned during the incident, she didn't try to hit him with her Jeep. He believed she did that to try and scare him and said he was pretty sure it was unintentional.

Brodie was asked where the incident started, and he stated that getting hit happened at the residence in Roosevelt, and her hitting him with the car occurred right across the street from 2200 West on South Cove Road.

Deputy Williams then gave Bodie a ride into Roosevelt.

Officer Arnold went to the female's residence to speak with her. She told the officer that she threw water at him but never hit him with anything. The female said that three nights before, she and Bodie had an altercation where he squeezed her arms and bit her neck, along with a few other things.

The officer saw that she had bruises on her arms as well as her neck from this altercation. She was asked if she would be willing to fill out a statement, and she said she would.

Bodie was located and placed under arrest at the Roosevelt Library, transported to the Duchesne County Jail, and booked on the charges of assault.

Court documents show he was later released.

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