David D. Bohannon II, president and CEO of the development company David D. Bohannon Organization, was arrested on suspicion of domestic assault on Wednesday, Oct. 12, around 6:30 a.m. on Hermosa Way in Menlo Park.
According to Menlo Park Police Department spokesperson Nicole Acker, Mr. Bohannon and the victim had an altercation about missing property in the home, and the victim received injuries that were "visible."
Mr. Bohannon called the police, Ms. Acker said, and when the officers arrived, they determined that he was considered the "primary aggressor" in the incident.
The victim's injuries were deemed "superficial," and the victim declined medical attention, Ms. Acker said.
Mr. Bohannon was then arrested on suspicion of felony domestic assault and booked at the San Mateo County jail, she said.
According to Detective Salvador Zuno of the San Mateo County Sheriff's Office, Mr. Bohannon posted $25,000 in bail and was released at 11 a.m. on Thursday, Oct. 13. He will be expected to return to court on Tuesday, Nov. 15, Detective Zuno said in an email.
Mr. Bohannon's company is currently overseeing the construction of a 250-room, 11-story hotel and eight-story office building, a parking structure and a fitness facility in eastern Menlo Park. The Bohannon family has been operating in development and real estate on the Peninsula since the 1930s.