SAN AUGUSTINE, TX (KTRE) - Officers with the San Augustine Police Department arrested a 22-year-old man on Monday in connection to allegations that he got angry over his phone being cut off, went on a rampage inside his grandmother's home, and bit her on the cheek.
Zhikavan Martyce Wilson, of San Augustine, is still being held in the San Augustine County Jail on a state-jail felony injury to the elderly-reckless bodily injury charge. His bail amount has been set at $1,000.
According to the San Augustine Police Department offense report, the incident occurred at about 4:09 Monday at a home in the 900 block of Elm Street.
Wilson's grandmother called the police department and said that he had just assaulted her because she wouldn't give him the $80 needed to turn his phone back on, the offense report stated.
The grandmother told police that Wilson started breaking things and took the television out of her room, the offense report stated. Wilson also allegedly bit his grandmother on the right cheek and injured her arms when he ran her out of her own home.
Wilson's grandmother told police that she wanted to go back to her home, but she was afraid Wilson would do something else.
The SAPD officer that talked to the alleged victim noticed a bite mark on the woman's right cheek, along with some tenderness to her arms. The officer then photographed her injuries.
At that point, the San Augustine PD officer went to the woman's house in an effort make contact with Wilson. According to the offense report, Wilson refused to come to the door, and his grandmother went to a back room and kicked the door.
After the door opened, the SAPD officer spotted Wilson lying on a bed and listening to music as he smoked marijuana, the offense report stated. At that point the police officer told Wilson was under arrest for injury the elderly, took him into custody, and took him to the San Augustine County Jail.
Wilson's grandmother then filed for a protective order against him.
When Wilson gave a statement to the police, eh said he only touched his grandmother in self-defense, the offense report stated. Wilson told police that his grandmother had been trying to hit him with a pot.
In his statement, Wilson also said that he grabbed his grandmother during the struggle, and his braces accidentally hit his grandmother's cheek, the offense report stated.
"Wilson stated that he did not mean to hurt his grandmother and never put his hands on her," the offense report stated.
According to the offense report, Wilson told the police officer that he had anger issues, and he needed help from the Burke Center.
"Wilson said that he would get angry and throw things in his house to calm down," the offense report stated. "Wilson stated he also smoked marijuana to calm his nerves."
Monday's incident wasn't Wilson's first run-in with the law.
In April of 2011, Wilson, who was 17 at the time, was arrested and charged with indecency with a child in connection to allegations that fondled and tried to undress a 13-year-old girl with a witness present.
Back in 2013, SAPD officers arrested Wilson for allegedly getting mad at his girlfriend because she didn't want to go a football game and assaulted her while she was holding her 2-month-old son in her arms. For that incident, Wilson was charged with state-jail felony injury to a child and Class A misdemeanor assault-family violence.