Wednesday, June 24, 2020

Muldrow Man Sought After Damaging Home

An arrest warrant was issued June 19 against a Muldrow man accused of damaging property.

Brandin Short, 22, was charged with malicious injury to property (over $1,000), a felony that is punishable by up to two years in the State Pentitentiary, a fine of up to $1,000 or both.

On June 2, a Muldrow police officer spoke with Clyde Brasier, who lives in a rent house owned by Roger Strong. Brasier told the officer that his girlfriend’s son, Short, came over and had the key to his mother’s car and would not give it back after she loaned it to him so he could go to the doctor.

Short came back to the residence, shouting and cussing, saying that either Brasier had to move out or Short’s mother had to move out.

Short allegedly became angry, shoving a door into the wall several times. He also ripped two doors off the facing and threw them outside. He then punched a hole in the kitchen wall, broke a window out of the back door and tore the screen door off as well.

Short’s mother again asked for the key and he got in her face, nose to nose, and said no. He also stated that he would take the car to the bottoms and burn it.

Short finally left the home and Brasier called the police. They were hesitant to file charges, but when they learned the home was a rental and belonged to Roger Strong, they agreed to have him come to the home to assess the damage, which he said amounted to nearly $2,000. Strong said he would like to prosecute Short and have him removed from the residence.

Laura Brown, KXMX Staff Writer

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