Articles Posted in Assaults & Batteries

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A man who worked in a dermatology office in Florida has been accused of battery after allegedly sneaking into the manager’s office and adding semen to her drinking water on two different days.

62-year-old Robert Tyson was employed as an office worker at the Welby Way dermatology clinic in Tallahassee. He reportedly had a negative rapport with the office manager and he tried to address the issues by sending letters to the woman in question and to her bosses informing them of his displeasure with the way the office was being run due to his belief that she was not performing her job well.

On July 2, the office manager was drinking water from the cup she had on her desk and she believed it had a taste and odor that should not have been present. When looking inside of the mug she noted a white-colored, viscous substance was floating in the water.

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In late March, a woman showed up at the Cabazon sheriff’s office and reported that her son had assaulted her. The man was arrested and charged for the allegations.

On March 20, when a woman came into the sheriff’s office in Cabazon, California, and told them that her adult son had violently attacked her they investigated her claims and arrested 32-year-old Richard Anthony Diaz on suspicion of being the perpetrator the assault.

After their first review of the evidence the police believed that Diaz had intended to kill his 54-year-old mother, whose name has not been disclosed, and he was reprimanded for attempted murder. Those charges were amended and he was then facing a lesser charge of assault with a deadly weapon. Because it is suspected that he used them to assault her, his hands are the weapon that they allege was the instrument employed in the attack.

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A married couple and their three adult children have been accused of inflicting several types of abuse upon one of their legally disabled relatives, a woman with autism and other diagnoses, who has lived with them for the past three years.

When the mother of a 22-year-old autistic woman passed away in August 2015, she moved into a trailer on the property of her family members who have a home that they share with their children. The woman reportedly slept on a bed inside of the trailer parked on the property.

On August 13, 2015, one day after the woman’s mother died, 45-year-old Terry Knope, the husband of her blood relation, 42-year-old Raylaine Knope, took over as the executor of the SSI benefits received due to her disability. He was awarded the responsibility in order to make sure that the near $9,000 a year was used to ensure that the woman’s housing and other basic needs were met.

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On July 24, in Pinellas Park, Florida, an expectant father and his pregnant girlfriend reportedly got into an argument that escalated into a battery charge when the man is said to have intentionally lifted the woman and dropped her to the ground.

Just before 3:00 am on Tuesday, 22-year-old Roldan Lazaro Aleman and his girlfriend who is four months pregnant with his child got into a disagreement when Aleman accused the woman of speaking with another man. Their verbal fight allegedly took a different course when Aleman entered the bedroom and picked the woman up in his arms before dropping her to the floor.

When the Pinellas Park police arrived at the residence and assessed the situation they believed that there was reason to place Aleman, who has a tattoo across his chest that reads, “Family Over Everything,” under arrest.

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After a Wisconsin woman notified the police and told them that her husband had been holding her hostage and subjecting her to different forms of physical violence, the authorities arrested the suspect in a cornfield the following evening.

Bartholomew Baumann, a 29-year-old married man from Beloit, Wisconsin, reportedly held his wife captive on Tuesday night and has been accused of hitting her repeatedly in the face, choking her, and dragging her around by her hair before eventually leaving the home.

Baumann’s wife reported the alleged incident to the police the following day and it was determined that Baumann would be taken into custody for the accusations.

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A blind and disabled man dressed in a yellow Minion character costume who was entertaining as the mascot of a store on the boardwalk in Daytona Beach was allegedly the victim of a random attack by an Instagram internet performer.

25-year-old Ryan Nihart has two Instagram channels where he posts videos under the name Bouje Ratchet for a fan base of approximately 4,000 followers who view his material.

On Sunday, July 8, Nihart reportedly went to the Daytona Beach boardwalk and approached 40-year-old Jamie Roehm. Roehm is a legally blind and disabled man who dresses in a costume depicting a character from the movie Despicable Me who works as the mascot of Jungle George, a business on the boardwalk.

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A city councilwoman of a small town in Kansas is facing charges after an incident following her arrest where she has been accused of biting a police officer on his thumb so hard that it broke the bone.

Late in the morning on June 29, officers arrived at the home of Carol Fowler, a 48-year-old woman from Huron, Kansas, who works on the city council for the location that serves as home to 73 residents. She was being apprehended due to an outstanding warrant issued for failing to appear at a scheduled court date for charges she incurred in December.

Fowler allegedly was not compliant with the officers when they tried to arrest her, and she was reported as having kicked and scratched at them until a stun gun was eventually deployed in an attempt to subdue her. Neither of the deputies reported any significant injuries to them during the encounter, and she was taken to the Atchison county jail.

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A Garden Grove resident has been accused of trying to set fire to two homeless men that had a tent set up in Anaheim as their makeshift residency.

Eric Mongerson was reportedly on a bike ride on the afternoon of June 27 when he had an encounter with two men who lack permanent housing and had set up a temporary shelter using a tent.

When 29-year-old Mongerson was riding his bicycle in the direction of the site that the homeless men were located he allegedly threw a burning item at them and was reported as having said unkind words to the gentlemen as he left the scene.

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A woman who was unhappy with her order at a Chinese restaurant has been charged for allegations that she was the cause of a fight with the owner of the establishment which resulted in the man losing a piece of his ear when he was bitten during the incident.

On Thursday evening a customer left her child at home so that she could return to the China 1 restaurant in Mount Clemons, Michigan because she was dissatisfied that the order she received was not what she expected.

The upset woman, identified as 24-year-old Jade Anderson, spoke with the owners of the restaurant about the problem she had with her food order, but they do not speak fluent English. The owners’ son, who was also present at the restaurant during Anderson’s visit, attempted to intervene and help his parents understand what the customer was trying to convey to them. Anderson reportedly became frustrated with the encounter and threw the food on the floor after shoving him.

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A gun was fired in Indiana Park on Monday when two grandmothers got into an argument concerning visitation of their grandchild. Both of the women are facing charges and were taken into custody for the allegations.

On June 25, 45-year-old Cristy D. Horton and 47-year-old Tammy Brickles were at Riley Park with their grown children so that one of the women could collect her grandchild for a visit. They had met there after a day that was reportedly filled with disputes between the families because Horton wanted to take her grandson to a fair at the park, and she was told she could not.

The families met at the park just after 6:00 p.m. and the child was inside of one of the cars when the grandmothers reportedly began to argue regarding visitation, and the situation became intense very rapidly. Horton purportedly grabbed a gun, resulting in her son quickly trying to get involved and to take possession of the weapon. At one point during the scuffle, the gun was discharged.