39-year-old Abrahan Quevedo was charged with domestic assault and failure to appear after shoving his girlfriend into a dresser during a dispute. A computer check revealed that Quevedo had an active warrant for his arrest due to failing to appear in court for an April 2018 incident also involving his then-wife.
On April 23, 2018, officers were dispatched to 1222 Bluebird Rd in regard to a reported domestic assault. Upon arrival, law enforcement made contact with Patricia Cruz Rivera, who informed officers that her husband, Abrahan Quevedo, had been forcibly holding her down on their driveway, per report. According to the April affidavit, Quevedo had held down his wife with one hand around her neck and the other over her mouth. Quevedo claimed to law enforcement that his wife had been cheating on him. Quevedo was brought into custody for aggravated domestic assault. His court date was set for August of the same year.
On June 14th, Officer Harbaugh received a call at 1222 Bluebird Rd regarding a hung up emergency call that included screaming and shouting in the background. Upon arrival, Harbaugh heard yelling coming from inside the home. The officer proceeded to meet Quevedo, who claimed that his girlfriend was not at the residence and that no altercations were taking place. Further investigation revealed that Quevedo had an active warrant for his arrest due to the man failing to appear in court. Quevedo was detained due to the active warrant.
Harbaugh then made contact with Patricia Cruz, who stated that, during an argument with Quevedo, the man allegedly shoved her into a dresser. The push resulted in a bruise on the right arm of Cruz, who was left in fear for her life because of the incident. Quevedo was determined to be the assailant during the dispute and was charged with domestic assault.
Abrahan Quevedo was arrested and charged with failure to appear and domestic assault. His bond was set at $9,000.