Orange woman arrested for disorderly conduct
Friday evening, July 22, Orange police were dispatched to the 5700 block of Velma Jeter, in reference to a disturbance. Upon arrival, officers met with Loren Hughes and Tyron Wilson.
Hughes told police that Wilson had called her and asked her to come to his apartment to retrieve some of Hughes personal belongings.
Hughes told police that when she arrived at Wilson’s apartment, he assaulted her, throwing her against a fence and striking her in the ear.
Acadian Ambulance was contacted at Hughes request and performed an evaluation of her. Hughes refused medical treatment.
Wilson told police that he did not call Hughes, and said that he had been asleep when he received a call from Hughes informing him that she was in his truck. Wilson said he stepped outside and saw Hughes entering his vehicle without permission.
Wilson said Hughes also removed a folder containing several important documents, including his military papers, and that Hughes took the documents to the neighboring apartment and left them when police arrived.
Wilson said he had left his vehicle parked in the parking area, provided for his apartment number, with the passenger window down. The vehicle was not damaged.
Wilson also told police he did not assault Hughes, but did not want to provide a statement regarding the assault.
During the course of the investigation, Hughes became irate and uncooperative, and began to use loud, profane language.
Hughes was taken into custody for disorderly conduct and transported to the Orange County Jail. She advised that she would like to file charges against Wilson for the assault.
Wilson advised that he would like to file charges against Hughes for the burglary of his vehicle.