|A 32-year-old woman reported she was sexually assaulted Feb. 23 at her Middleborough Court residence by a male customer who had followed her home from the restaurant where she works.
When the man was instructed to leave because he was not welcome, he allegedly forced his way into the home and began to assault the woman.
However, she was able to fight the man off and force him back out of the front door, according to a Murfreesboro Police Department incident report.
During the attack, the woman sustained several bruises on both arms and left leg, as well as a black eye.
Detectives with the Criminal Investigation Division also responded to the scene to collect evidence, and an investigation has since been opened into the incident.
Fraternity party turns violent
A 19-year-old male student from Martin Methodist College reported Friday he was assaulted by several members from the MTSU chapter of Pi Kappa Alpha Fraternity during a Feb. 19 on-campus party.
The man told police he was asked to leave the party, but when he began to walk toward the exit, multiple fraternity members jumped him, according to a Police Department incident report.
The man fled the scene with a family member and sought medical treatment at Lincoln County Hospital for injuries sustained during the fight. Doctors then transferred the man to Vanderbilt Hospital for surgery to fix two broken bones in his jaw.
The suspect who allegedly instigated the fight is described as a white male in his early-20s, 6 feet tall, weighing an estimated 240 pounds, and had short black hair.
As of Tuesday, no one had been arrested and charged in connection with the incident, and the matter remains under investigation.
Man robbed at gunpoint
Police are looking for three suspects who allegedly robbed a man at gunpoint Saturday while he was sitting in his car in the parking lot of Kings Crossings Apartments.
One of the suspects told the 28-year-old man he was “getting robbed by the six,” before brandishing a handgun and demanding money, according to a Police Department incident report.
The suspects are described as three black males, one of whom had dreadlocks and was wearing a gray sweater, and all appeared to be in their early- to mid-20s.
Anyone with information about this incident should call CrimeStoppers at 615-893-7867.
Suspicious activity reported
A 21-year-old woman reported Sunday a suspicious driver in a Chevrolet truck pulled into the driveway of her Plymouth Court residence moments after she arrived home from work and allegedly tried to impersonate a police officer.
The driver turned on blue lights that were near the top of the windshield, possibly in the grill, but did not exit the vehicle and never attempted to provide proper identification to the woman, according to a Police Department incident report.
When the woman did not exit her vehicle, the driver turned off the blue lights, sped to the end of the street, then back toward her house, pulled behind her car again, and turned on the blue lights for a second time.
However, she remained inside her car, at which point the driver then turned off all the lights, including the truck’s headlights, before speeding off toward Brockway Drive.
Police were unable to locate the truck at the time of the incident, and the matter remains under investigation.