Articles Posted in Domestic Violence

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A Florida man accused of attempting to murder his ex-girlfriend with a gun reportedly yelled out declarations of love while being detained by deputies.

39-year-old Aaron James Thayer reportedly works in Connecticut since 2002, but he had a long-term relationship with a woman in Flagler County, Florida. The pair first united when the woman was 13-years-old, and they have a young daughter.

According to his girlfriend, for the previous few months, the couple has not been getting along. The woman reported that things had always been toxic between the pair and that Thayer had become physically abusive after she turned 18. They recently reportedly ended the relationship.

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A man allegedly stalked a woman he previously worked with for over a month before reportedly shooting her husband and taking her hostage.

Justin Arthur-Ray Davis lives in Tulsa, Oklahoma, and recently left his place of employment.

Davis reportedly kept contacting one of his female coworkers for more than a month after severing ties with the company.

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A father was arrested last week when he was allegedly caught street racing in West Houston with two youngsters in the back seat of the vehicle.

According to Houston authorities, the amount of street racing taking place in the area has increased exponentially and has led to approximately 100 recent arrests.

Around 5:00 PM on March 27, a deputy constable on patrol spotted two vehicles traveling on the road at a speed that led him to believe they were racing each other.

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An intoxicated woman ejected from a nightclub returned home and reportedly struck her boyfriend with a hairdryer when he denied her request for sex.

Adriana Sierra and her boyfriend live with their three children in Wichita Falls, Texas.

Last Sunday, Sierra decided to go out to a nightclub for the evening.

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A 5-year-old boy lost his life after his babysitter allegedly horrifically abused him causing trauma to his brain and internal organs.

Laurren Jeanette Courtney is a 22-year-old self-employed entertainer in Las Vegas.

Since August, Courtney has supplemented her income by providing sitting services to a family with a 5-year-old son and a 7-year-old daughter. Courtney reportedly sat for the children between 3 and 5 days per week.

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When a woman was reportedly attacked by the father of her son while the child was present, she sprayed him in the face with hornet spray to fend him off.

39-year-old Mohamed Aboubaker lives in Minneapolis and has a 3-year-old son with a woman in Mankato. Aboubaker recently reportedly went to her residence for a couple of days to spend time with the woman and their child.

On March 21, the mother of the boy went to McDonald’s to grab some food.

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A woman has been accused of burning down her boyfriend’s house five days after he was arrested for alleged acts of domestic violence against her.

Kayla Reifsteck and her boyfriend share a home in Champaign, Illinois.

On February 23, Reifsteck’s boyfriend was taken into custody, and he is facing charges for allegations that he caused her physical harm.

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The mother and father of a youngster who previously overdosed on fentanyl have been taken into custody after the boy reportedly experienced a second overdose from ingesting their drugs.

39-year-old Donald Ray Little, Jr. and 27-year-old Mary Ashley Willis live in Berkeley County, South Carolina, and they have a 1-year-old son.

On March 17, the family was reportedly staying in a motel in Columbia.

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A couple who owned and ran a Christian boarding school for girls are facing 102 charges for allegations that they regularly subjected several of their students to severe physical, mental and sexual abuse.

71-year-old Boyd Householder and his 55-year-old wife Stephanie live in Humansville, Missouri, where they opened the Circle of Hope Girls Ranch in 2006.

According to their mission statement, their aim was “to help young ladies who were destroying their lives through poor choices and behaviors, change their future.” They specifically provide service to “uncontrollable girls who won’t let their parents help them.” They report that their method is to use the Bible “to teach them that they are to obey their Parents [SIC] and the authority over them.”

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A Utah mother with two young daughters is facing many charges after the police allegedly caught her driving during a video call while her children were without seatbelts.

19-year-old Gabriella Ann McKenzie is from Eagle Mountain. She has two daughters, ages 2 and 8 months.

In the evening on March 2, McKenzie was reportedly driving with her children in the back seat.

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