All things considered, a Macon woman who allegedly assaulted her boyfriend, paraded naked in front of an investigating officer and mooned unknown persons from the back of a police car got off lightly.
Sandra T. Parham, 47, of 444 Forest Hill Road, Macon, was only charged with simple battery.
According to the officer’s account, he was summoned to a Manor Court residence by a 46-year-old white male who said he came home from work to find his girlfriend — Parham — intoxicated. He told the officer after she pushed him, he withdrew to another room and was “on his laptop” when she twice slammed the computer closed on his fingers, at which time he retreated and called 911.
Upon arrival, the suspect was using the master bathroom, so the officer waited. Then she took a shower, and he waited some more. A few minutes later, the report said, she “walked into the master bedroom naked and started talking to me.”
The officer said he “walked away from the bedroom door so as not to be in view of Parham,” but then she walked into his view “all the while advising me that she was only three feet from a couple of pistols and an AR 15,” he said.
The officer said at one time Parham “asked me to throw her some panties.” Finally, she “got a dress but then came to the door of the master bedroom and asked me to help her put it on, which I denied,” he wrote.
When the officer was able to ask her what the problem was, she told him she wanted her boyfriend to have sex with her. The officer persisted, asking if there were any other problems. He said the woman told him she just wanted to have sex.
On the way to the jail, the officer said Parham “put her head in the seat, lifted up her dress and pointed her butt toward the window.”
Just another routine day for a Commerce police officer.