A father reported that a group of teens allegedly threatened his daughter at his home and via Facebook Sunday.
Officer Brandon Wilkerson with the Covington Police Department responded to a home on Chaney Drive around 6 p.m. and talked with a man who said a group of about six females came to his home, and one of them asked his daughter to fight.
According to a CPD report, the man said a vehicle pulled up in front of his driveway and a female walked up to the front door. The man’s juvenile daughter answered the door, and an unidentified female asked for the juvenile who answered the door.
The man’s daughter reportedly acted like she did not know who they were asking for, and she shut the door and told her father what happened. The father reportedly went to the door and talked with the female. He noticed a silver car, possibly a Honda Accord, in his driveway, occupied by about five other females.
"(The man) said the female standing at the door asked for (his daughter) to step out where they could beat her a--," the officer reported. "(The man) said he told (the teens) to leave the property, and that is when the females began to curse at the man, telling him they weren’t leaving until his daughter came outside."
Once the man called police, the group of females reportedly left the residence.
However, shortly after the group left, the man’s daughter allegedly began receiving messages via Facebook from one of the teens, saying, according to the report, "that they were going to come back and shoot up her house and that they were going to beat her a-- because they do not fight fair."
The man said the teen also sent a message to his daughter via Facebook that said, "I would have you put in a body bag because I will shoot you."
The man showed Wilkerson a photo the teen allegedly posted to his daughter’s Facebook page, which showed the teen holding a gun at the camera. The man’s daughter reportedly said the females were coming after her was because they said she was talking behind their back.
"(The victim’s daughter) did say that the group of females inside the car was related to a gang called ‘PMG Ovalley and WAWG Gang,’" Wilkerson reported. "(She) was able to identify four of the six females that occupied the vehicle."
The officer advised the victim’s father to take warrants and temporary protective orders out against the girls to protect his daughter.