Man charged with holding girlfriend against her will to return to court in November
A man accused of holding his girlfriend against her will in her Ann Arbor apartment and a car in July will return to court in mid-November for a final pretrial hearing, according to court records.
Julian Hearn is facing 12 charges related to a July 7 incident on the 1000 block of Pennsylvania Avenue, where police say he broke into his girlfriend’s apartment in the morning hours. Hearn, 29, and his girlfriend argued before he allegedly grabbed her and destroyed two of her cellphones and a laptop computer after she threatened to call police.
Police say Hearn waited until officers left his girlfriend’s apartment following the initial investigation and forced her into his car. He drove her around Ann Arbor for an hour and a half before ultimately dropping her off near her apartment, according to police.
Hearn was arrested in Garden City during the evening of July 7. He will return to Judge David Swartz’s courtroom for his final pretrial hearing at 1:30 p.m. Nov. 17, according to court records.
He is not currently lodged in the Washtenaw County Jail, according to jail records.
Hearn is facing two counts each of intimidating a witness, interfering with a crime report and interfering with electronic communications, and one count each of interfering with a police investigation, domestic violence, unlawful imprisonment, first-degree home invasion, second-degree home invasion and malicious destruction of property of more than $1,000 but less than $20,000, according to court records.