Read about the shocking arrest of 31-year-old Travis Page, a convicted felon arrested and facing serious charges after an unsettling incident at a Memphis school bus stop. Get the latest updates on this disturbing case that has caused concern in the community.
Travis Page, 31, Convicted Felon Arrested and Faces Charges for Indecent Exposure and Firing on Girl’s Uncle
In an alarming incident at a school bus stop in Memphis, 31-year-old, Travis Page, a convicted felon arrested and has found himself in legal trouble again. As a young girl boarded the school bus, Page allegedly exposed himself to her, prompting a confrontation with her uncle. The situation escalated when Page reportedly fired a shot at the uncle, endangering nearby residents.
The event occurred at Imogene Heights‘ Whispering Pines townhomes. Police were called after Page exposed himself to the girl on the school bus. Page fired a gun in a residential neighborhood after the girl’s uncle confronted him, fortunately without harming anyone.
Travis Page, who has been previously convicted of carjacking, is presently confronted with a multitude of charges, which comprise three counts of aggravated assault, reckless endangerment with a lethal weapon, and indecent exposure.
Furthermore, the fact that he is a convicted felon in possession of a handgun has added to the complexity of his legal situation. Page is presently acquitted on a $15,000 bond and is scheduled to make an appearance in court on Monday morning.