A woman is very concerned after a bail bondsman from Doc’s Bail Bonds in Denton kicked in her front door without a warrant.
The woman lives in Hutchins Gateway apartments located in Hutchins, Tx and said a man claiming to be a bail bondsman came to her home last week looking for her father.
After she informed the man that her father did not reside with her he left.
Yesterday the woman said authorities came to her home, knocked on her door and when she did not answer they left. About 10 minutes later she said the bail bondsman come to her apartment with two women from the leasing office.
A woman handed the man a key to her apartment without a warrant or probable cause so the man could enter the apartment. When they learned the top lock was locked he kicked in the front door.
Once inside the apartment the man questioned the woman’s two young children who were in the living room alone. He also threatened to search the woman’s home without a search warrant.
The man who was later identified as Reginald Spellman was arrested and charged with breaking and entering. He also threatened to come back to her apartment the next day when he got out of jail.
When the woman contacted Doc’s bail bonds they informed her that Spellman was in jail.
Since the incident no one has taken responsibility for the actions of the bail bonds company or her apartment complex.
Authorities said if he comes back to file a restraining order. The apartment complex says they won’t have any available units until July 15.