Piedmont Police Arrest Man After He Files False Report / UPDATED with Mug Shot


At 5:46 on Sunday morning, December 11th, a man called Piedmont Central Dispatch reporting he had been stabbed by a person outside his home on McKee Street, adding that his wife was injured and he had chased the intruder out of his home.

Both police and ambulance units were dispatched to the scene; however that was not the case when officers arrived on the scene; investigation indicated this was a case of false reporting.  Chief Nathan Johnson tells WEIS Radio News that Trevor Floyd Breed – 32 – was arrested for False Reporting and also on charges of Domestic Violence 2nd Degree/Strangulation.

The female that lives at the residence advised that Breed had forced his way into the house and began to fight with her.  According to information provided by the woman, Breed physically struck and grabbed her by her throat and began to choke her and it was during that altercation that Breed sustained his wounds – causing him to release her and then contacted 9-1-1 himself and issued the initial report of a home invader.

Piedmont Police Chief, Nathan Johnson, advised that the injuries to Breed were not life threatening and he refused to be transported to the hospital – he was then taken into custody and transported to the Calhoun County Jail where was charged with Domestic Violence/Strangulation with bond set at $30.000 and Falsely Reporting an Incident with bond set at $6,000.

The female victim was transported to an area hospital for the treatment of non-life threatening injuries.


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