Fayetteville Man Arrested On Felony Charges Of Aggravated Assault, Burglary And Stalking

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FAYETTEVILLE (KFSM) – A Fayetteville man was arrested Friday night (Jan. 23) after police said he assaulted a household member with a butcher knife, violated an order of protection and burglarized a home, according to a preliminary report.

The report states that Keithon Bogan, age 30, showed up at an apartment on Peachtree Avenue last week. A woman told police she did not invite him, but said she didn’t call the police initially because, “the beatings are always worse,” according to the preliminary report.

The woman, Latoya Thompson, told police Bogan got drunk and began a verbal argument with her over an ex-boyfriend, the report states. She said she ran away from the house, and police searched for Bogan but did not find him, according to the report.

The report states police were called back to the same home on Peachtree for a 911 hang up a few hours later. According to the report, when officers arrived they heard a man’s voice yelling and a woman screamed. The officers went into the home and found Bogan, where they arrested him. The report states he fought officers, kicking one in the hip.

According to Thompson, after the police responded the first time, Bogan came back to the apartment and forced his way inside, the report states. According to the report, Bogan went to the kitchen and grabbed a butcher knife, and screamed at Thompson, “I got nothing to lose.”

The report states Bogan is also facing charges of resisting arrest and stalking. Records show Bogan was found guilty of manslaughter in June of 2004. He also was arrested for domestic battery in 2009, aggravated assault on a family member in 2012, and residential burglary and domestic battery in Oct. of 2014. Records show all of the most recent cases were dismissed.

According to the Washington County Detention Center website, Bogan will appear before a judge Monday morning (Jan. 26).


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