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Tuesday, May 12, 2020, Atoka Police Officer Joe Doshier arrived at an apartment on 663 West Cedar Street because of a man trying to get into the residence.
Officer Doshier made contact with Betty Goode to find out where the suspect was. Goode stated that her son, identified as Aaron Goode, 39, of Atoka, had ripped one of the metal support posts off of the porch and had broken a board off of the residence.
Aaron Goode was not at the residence at that time. Officer Doshier advised Goode to complete a City Complaint Form and bring it to the police department once she was done.
Goode’s statement stated that Aaron Goode has threatened to kill her.
After leaving the residence, Officer Doshier was able to locate Aaron Goode at the Brown’s Funeral Home parking lot. The officer questioned Goode about the incident with his mother. Goode stated, “I haven’t done anything and I have not been there.”
Officer Doshier advised Goode not to return to the home because he was trespassed. He told the officer that he would not go back to the home even though that was his only place of residence.
Aaron Goode was not arrested.
On Saturday, May 16, 2020, Atoka Police Officer Randall Slawson was dispatched to 663 West Cedar Street due to Aaron Goode violating the protective order.
The open front door was open when Officer Slawson arrived, Goode was standing in the living room.
Goode was asked to step outside by the officer. He asked Officer Slawson to come inside and help him get his stuff. The officer advised Goode that he was not going to do that.
Upon hearing this Goode told the officer to come inside to put cuffs on him and take him to the county jail. Officer Slawson entered the residence and placed Goode in handcuffs.
Betty Goode, who has an active protective order against Aaron Goode, told the officer that she had her front door open letting some cool air in when Goode entered the residence.
Betty told him that he was not supposed to be there and he stated that he had some items he needed to get. Goode then went into a bedroom and began throwing stuff out of the room.
Goode was taken to the Atoka County Jail and booked. He is charged with trespassing after being forbidden, (misdemeanor), malicious injury to property – under $1,000, misdemeanor, and protection order violation, (misdemeanor).