The best and worst of Triad police blotters, as compiled
FATHER ARRESTED FOR CHILD ABUSE
Chalmers Bohannon was arrested on Oct. 31 for three counts of felony child abuse involving his 5-month-old son. His son was being treated at Wake Forest Baptist Medical Center for multiple bone fractures and severe bruising on Sept. 8. Bohannon was taken before the Magistrate in Winston-Salem and given a $150,000 bond.
SHOOTING ON DREWSBURY DRIVE
Essam Allamadani, 27, was arrested for shooting into an occupied dwelling on Nov. 3. Greensboro officers responded to a call about a shooting on Drewsbury Drive. The occupants of the house were Stella Calloway, Andre Edwards, Miguel Contereas, Maggie Perez and her 2-yearold daughter. The victims said they heard windows breaking and multiple gunshots. Allamadani was charged with five counts of assault with a deadly weapon with intent to kill and discharging a weapon into an occupied dwelling, along with two other counts. He is being held at the Greensboro Detention Center on a $250,000 secured bond.
ARMED ROBBERY AT SONIC IN WINSTON-SALEM
Two black males wearing masks robbed the Sonic Restaurant on Silas Creek Parkway in Winston-Salem on Nov. 3. They were armed with a handgun and a knife and demanded cash. The suspects left the scene on foot and no one was injured during this incident.
AGGRAVATED ASSAULT FROM A CAR CRASH
Reginald Wrenn, 24, got into a car accident with an unnamed person at Textile Drive and Willard Street in Greensboro a little after 2:30 a.m. on Sunday. The two got into an argument because of the accident and the suspect pulled out a handgun and fired at Wrenn. When Greensboro Police got to the scene, Wrenn was taken to Moses Cone Hospital with life-threatening injuries. He later died from his injuries. No information about the suspect is available at this time.