Jason Marvin Bellamy, 32, Randall, has been charged in the Morrison County District Court with one felony count each of first degree burglary, fifth degree possession of drugs and one misdemeanor count each of domestic assault and fourth degree damage to property.
On April 27, the Morrison County Sheriff’s Department received a report of a domestic abuse incident on 73rd Street. The caller said her daughter had been assaulted by Bellamy.
The mother told the deputy she received a call from her daughter who said Bellamy had allegedly broken down the door to gain entrance to the home. She also told the deputy that Bellamy was no longer allowed in her home because of alleged past violence and threatening behavior.
The deputy did observe the exterior steel door had been damaged. He also noticed a bedroom door that was broken with the lock and wood splinters laying on the carpet.
The victim allegedly told the deputy she had been living at home because her relationship with Bellamy was not going well. When Bellamy came to her mother’s home, the victim said she locked him out, but he broke through the outside door, then the inner door and grabbed her in her bedroom.
According to the criminal complaint, Bellamy grabbed the victim by the hair and pulled her off the bed. She said Bellamy also grabbed her by the neck during the assault. The deputy noted several scratches on the victim’s face and arms.
Bellamy was found the next day and arrested. During a search at the time of the arrest, a glass pipe containing a white residue was allegedly found on Bellamy. The residue later tested positive for methamphetamine.
If convicted, Bellamy faces a maximum penalty of 20 years in prison and/or a $35,000 fine.