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APSU's Instructor of English Johnathan Beasly was arrested on Friday, Jan. 29. Photo credit: Montgomery County Sheriff's Office

APSU instructor arrested for allegedly breaking through door

UPDATE: APSU Instructor of English Johnathan Beasley’s case has been disposed, according to the Montgomery County online court records system.

Beasley was originally arrested on Jan. 29, after police responded to a report of vandalism at 305 Sheriff Dr. according to Beasley’s arrest warrant.

Original story continues below mugshot.

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Photo credit: Montgomery County Sheriff’s Office

 

Beasley broke through a door after an altercation according to his arrest warrant.

“The complainant, Keith Miller, stated that Johnathan Beasley, broke through the door of the house after an altercation,” the warrant reads. “Beasley stated he did break through the door. Beasley was arrested and charged with domestic vandalism and booked into the Montgomery County Sheriff’s Office jail.”

Beasley’s court date is set for Friday, Feb. 5, at 10:30 a.m.

Beasley, 38, has since been released from Montgomery County Sheriff’s custody.

Beasley was held at a $500 bond until his release according to the sheriff’s office.

Those who are arrested are presumed to be innocent until proven guilty in a court of law. The word “alleged” does not indicate the arrested party was guilty of their crime.

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  1. I am Jonathans mother-in-law and I would like for everyone to know that the door was broken before Jonathan ever touched it. I was however, not there to share this information with the police department. Police were called to my house, which is solely in my name, because the door was broken open by Jonathan according to the 911 caller. This will be cleared up on his court date. I hope no one would ever think that he would do such a thing and remember there are always two sides to every story. Never pass judgment or gossip until you know the whole truth. Part of the truth of anything can always be misconstrued as fact.