On Monday night, Scott County Sheriff’s deputies booked Dionte Marquez Griffin on outstanding charges stemming from a November assault. After being arrested, he was transferred to the custody of the Georgetown Police Department, with whom the criminal complaint against Griffin had originally been filed.
Griffin is being held on third-degree terroristic threatening, first-degree unlawful imprisonment, second-degree assault and second-degree burglary charges.
It is alleged that on the evening of Nov. 21, the suspect “entered and remained unlawfully in the victim’s residence and committed the crime of assault in the 2nd degree,” according to a GPD complaint against the accused. The victim was subsequently bound and threatened according to the report.
Griffin is being held at Scott County Detention Center on a $20,000 bond.