4 accused of assault stemming from custody dispute in Rockingham County
ROCKINGHAM COUNTY, N.C. — Four people were arrested after an alleged assault stemming from a custody dispute in Rockingham County early Monday morning, according to a news release from the Rockingham County Sheriff’s Office.
Nia Alysse Cagle, 22, of Biscoe, is charged with domestic assault.
Charles Christopher Callahan, 18, Antarus Corredel Collins, 22, and Wesley Queznek Collins, 19, all of Biscoe, are each charged with simple assault and misdemeanor breaking and entering. Callahan is also charged with assault with a deadly weapon.
Deputies responded to the 100 block of Lois Lane in Stoneville at 1:34 a.m. after a report of an assault and possible child abduction.
Oscar Jaimes, 26, told deputies he picked up his 5-year-old child yesterday afternoon. At about 1:30 a.m., he heard a knock at his door that turned out to be the child’s mother, Cagle, along with three of her family members — Callahan, Antarus Collins and Wesley Collins.
According to the release, Cagle went inside Jaimes’ home and retrieved the child against his wishes, during which time, the three family members entered the home and assaulted Jaimes, resulting in minor injuries.
Jaimes confronted the four after the child was put in their car and Callahan allegedly retrieved a handgun and fired several shots out of the vehicle, the release said.
The vehicle was later stopped by Madison police and the four were taken into custody. The child was returned to Jaimes at the direction of Rockingham County Social Services – Child Protective Services.
No abduction charges were filed because the child was taken by the mother and no custody agreement currently exists through the courts, the release said.
Cagle was placed in the Rockingham County Jail under a domestic hold. Antarus Collins and Wesley Collins were confined under $10,000 secured bonds and Callahan was confined under a $21,500 secured bond.