Massengill reportedly told the woman he was an acquaintance of the child’s father, displayed a badge and explained he was looking for the father regarding alleged child support charges.
The woman told Massengill the child’s father was in jail.
According to the report, Massengill became angry and began yelling at the woman.
Officer Tyler Pride indicated while the alleged verbal assault was happening, Massengill allegedly pulled a weapon and pointed it at the woman and her son. The woman told Pride she thought the weapon was a Taser.
A neighbor who heard the alleged altercation approached Massengill, who then got into a vehicle and left the scene.
According to the report, Massengill reportedly left a backpack inside the woman’s apartment.
The backpack reportedly contained what Pride described as a fake hand grenade. Also located in the backpack was a receipt which was directly tied to Massengill, according to Pride.
Massengill was arrested and charged at the Bradley County Jail.
His bond was set and $1,000.
According to records at the Bradley County Jail, he has been released after posting the bond.
n A flat-screen television and handgun were taken during an aggravated burglary at a Hidden Oaks Drive residence.
Jeff Kincaid reported to Bradley County Sheriff’s Office that someone broke into his home during the night Thursday and took a Hi-Point 9 mm handgun and RCA 26-inch TV.
Forced entry to the residence was noted, according to deputy Phillip Reagan’s report.
According to Reagan, the perpetrator “kicked the door open” to gain entry. Detective Rob Wilson of the Bradley County Sheriff’s Office Criminal Investigations Division responded to the scene to collect evidence.
Information regarding the missing firearm was entered into the National Crime Information Center database.
According to the report, loss was estimated at $550.