Logan man arrested for allegedly breaking into home and assaulting woman

Booking photo for Brandon W. Carlisle (Courtesy: Cache County Jail)

LOGAN — A 34-year-old Logan man has been arrested for allegedly breaking into a home and assaulting his estranged wife. Brandon W. Carlisle was booked early Friday morning into the Cache County Jail.

According to an arrest report, Logan City police responded to a home late Thursday night after several individuals called 911 reporting a domestic dispute. The complainants stated they could hear a woman screaming and witnessed a man crawling through one of the home’s windows.

Officers spoke to the alleged victim. She claimed that Carlisle had stopped by to drop off her brother’s tools earlier that night. He reportedly became upset when she told him she didn’t want to stay together.

The woman said Carlisle appeared to have been drinking. She went back into the house and locked the front door.

The police report indicated, the woman told officers, Carlisle then opened the front window and climbed into the house. He dragged and threw her onto a couch, and held her down for approximately 10 minutes as she asked him to let her go and leave.

The alleged victim claimed the assault continued until police responded to the home.

Carlisle reportedly fled out the back door when officers knocked at the residence. He was later located and taken into custody.

According to court documents, a protective order was filed against Carlisle. He was arrested Nov. 1 for assaulting the same victim and is still awaiting trial.

Officers spoke to Carlisle, who denied going to the house or having any altercation with the woman.

Jail records show, Carlisle was booked on suspicion of aggravated assault, unlawful detention, domestic violence in the presence of a child and other offenses. He is being held without bail and will likely be arraigned on formal charges in 1st District Court Monday afternoon.


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7 Comments

  • Ryan Merritt November 14, 2020 at 1:20 pm Reply

    that’s ok with the new pre trial system he is probably already out without even having to pay a bail just given charges and free to go..

  • Norrie November 14, 2020 at 10:30 pm Reply

    His wife was also booked for assault and domestic violence in the presence of a minor in the last couple weeks. Just to be fair. She is not a victim, she is an instigator. Whatever may have happened was likely a setup by her to make sure she would win custody of the kids she was probably going to lose.

  • Anon November 14, 2020 at 10:42 pm Reply

    Your facts could not be more wrong. So far from the truth of the situation. Don’t want to post my name because I don’t want her lighting my house on fire like she tried to do with her own.

    • Me November 16, 2020 at 9:05 am Reply

      Hahaha, she lit his clothes on fire because he’s a cheating asshole. Actually pretty hilarious.

  • A friend November 16, 2020 at 9:04 am Reply

    Hahaha, guarantee those commenters are Brandon’s family. They are so out of their minds if they truly believe she isn’t the victim. People like them make it hard for victims of domestic violence to get out and get help. Brandon is getting the karma he so deserves.

  • Kristen November 16, 2020 at 2:09 pm Reply

    Hey, thanks to normal people. You all are the best. Full disclosure, I lit his clothes on fire. But… he is a cheating man guy… so… Anyone who comes to
    His defense…. isn’t a great person. I got Wrongfully charged with assault. This sweet individual said I assaulted him which I did not do. We can only assume Brandon’s family is at his defense. The rest of the world is not dumb. Good job though.

    • Samantha December 15, 2020 at 6:18 am Reply

      It’s crazy that he’s even out right now. That’s really surprising

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