44-year-old Munson Perry was charged with false imprisonment, violation of his conditions of release, and violation of probation after police found him at a location that went against his conditions of release. He locked her in a room and told her to stay quiet or he would hurt her.
On May 15th, Deputy Chase Burt was dispatched to 1692 Rutledge Lane where he found the defendant, Munson Perry, in the backyard. Perry told police that he didn’t think he was violating the conditions by being there if the victim, Annie Hawkins, was not there.
Police tried calling Hawkins and she didn’t answer, but the police heard her phone which made them think that she was there. Deputies found Hawkins in her bedroom holding a sign that said “Help Me”. She later explained that Perry told her to go there and shut up or he would hurt her. Perry was arrested on April 23rd for assaulting Hawkins and he was to have no contact with her.
Munson Perry was arrested and charged with false imprisonment, violation of his conditions of release, and violation of probation. His bond was set at $10,000.