Articles Tagged with aggravated battery

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A mother and her 1-year-old were admitted to intensive care with near-fatal injuries reportedly caused by the child’s father when he allegedly viciously attacked them.

29-year-old Pierre Gabriel Francois and his 22-year-old girlfriend Aliza Walker have been together for approximately 4-years. The couple has a 1-year-old daughter named Leianna.

On December 12, Francois, who is diagnosed with schizophrenia, was in his family home with his girlfriend and child. Francois’ mother was at the residence as well.

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A woman accused of driving the getaway car for an alleged package thief reportedly struck a police officer with her car while trying to escape during her detainment.

On the afternoon of December 4, 26-year-old Megan Rozak was reportedly driving around a residential neighborhood with 38-year-old Stephan Wisnewski in the passenger seat.

The Lynwood Police Department received a complaint from someone saying that they could see package thieves in the process of stealing from nearby porches.

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When a man and his cousin got into a dispute about whether almond milk or cow’s milk was better, he allegedly used a pocket knife to stab his relative when the fight turned physical.

Around 2:00 pm on September 27, Justin Garcia was hanging out with his cousin inside a residence in Lehigh Acres, Florida, which is an unincorporated area situated approximately 15-miles from Fort Myers.

While their uncle worked on a car in the driveway, the men reportedly started to debate whether almond milk was preferable to whole milk, and their differing opinions turned into a dispute between the cousins.

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An unmasked Florida man is facing charges for allegedly assaulting an elderly man shopping at a gas station convenience store due to a disagreement over social distancing protocol.

On the evening of September 8, a 24-year-old man and a 70-year-old man were both frequenting the Citgo gas station convenience store.

The elderly man noticed that the younger shopper was not wearing a face covering, and he assessed the distance between the two was much closer than the 6-foot protocol meant to protect against the possible spread of COVID-19.

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During an argument at a party intended to reveal the gender of her unborn child, a pregnant woman was allegedly assaulted by the uncle-to-be.

During the afternoon on July 12, a woman who is 6-months pregnant was hosting a party in St. Petersburg for her loved ones in celebration of the baby’s gender being revealed to all in attendance.

At some point during the social engagement, the father-to-be asked some of the guests if they would refrain from smoking due to children and his pregnant girlfriend being in the vicinity.

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A Florida man who reportedly sports a tattoo of a machete was arrested after allegedly using the same type of weapon inked on his face in an assault against another man.

Last weekend, 25-year-old Justin Arthur Allen Couch reportedly got into a tussle with a man who came into a Tarrytown residence where he said he was staying.

The man, who said he wanted to take a shower and found that people were hanging out and having a gathering, reported that when he and Couch began arguing Couch told him to leave the home.

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During an ongoing fight between a couple in Fort Pierce, the woman allegedly hit her man on the head with a can of SpaghettiOs causing him injury.

According to police records, 30-year-old Shadae Miranda is a resident of Jensen Beach, Florida.

On April 4, Miranda was reportedly sharing a room with a male companion at the Travel Inn located on Highway 101 in Fort Pierce.

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The husband of a disabled woman in New Mexico allegedly assaulted and tried to set her on fire after reportedly becoming enraged when he learned he did not qualify to receive a COVID-19 stimulus check.

63-year-old Joe Macias and his wife, who is reportedly disabled, live together in a trailer in Albuquerque, New Mexico.

On Wednesday, Macias reportedly discovered that he would not be receiving a stimulus check that is being issued to help U.S. citizens during the current pandemic.

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A Cape Coral, Florida man has been held accountable after he allegedly viciously beat a woman who is 6-months pregnant for the belief that she is currently infected with the novel Coronavirus.

Last Monday evening, Cape Coral police were in the midst of responding to a possible domestic violence incident at an apartment complex after receiving notification from a concerned citizen.

As one of the officers made their way toward the apartment in question, it was reported that he could hear a woman yelling in a manner that led to the belief that she was in distress.

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After his neighbors hailed the authorities purporting that he was using methamphetamine, a Florida man allegedly assaulted the responding deputies and bit a K9 officer on the ear.

Last weekend in High Springs, the Columbia County Sheriff’s Office began to receive reports from neighbors of a man who claimed that he was acting as if he had taken methamphetamine.

When deputies arrived at the man’s residence they reportedly discovered him holding a flashlight in his backyard making sounds that were assumed to be bird noises. He was allegedly completely nude other than a layer of mud covering his body, which was purported to have come from the creek where he was standing.

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