A Vero Beach domestic violence arrest was recorded after a woman asked her 23-year-old boyfriend to go out somewhere for food.
According to the arrest report made on Monday, the woman asked her boyfriend to go somewhere for food because she was hungry. Her boyfriend, a 23-year-old who had been with her for a year, refused to go because he was tired after his workday. When the woman offered him cash to go on a food run, the man allegedly stated, “Only if you pleasure me, I will.”
Unfortunately, this exchange turned to violence when the woman turned down the offer. The man became violent and demanded that she leave the house. As she gathered her belongings, the man pushed her down the stairs and out the door of their apartment. When police were called to the scene, they reported that the man became violent when talking to officers. He was flailing his arms angrily at police officers, who soon restrained him and loaded him into their police cruiser.
The man was taken to the police station and booked on a misdemeanor domestic violence charge as well as resisting arrest without violence. He was released the next day after posting a bond of $1,500.
If you have been charged following a Vero Beach domestic violence arrest it is important you hire the proper legal representation to make sure your case is handled properly. There are many factors that a qualified lawyer can examine to help you get the outcome you desire. Our law firm handles cases at both federal and state levels, as well. When you need a Vero Beach criminal lawyer, make sure you choose one that has the knowledge and experience to win your case.
Have you or someone else been in this type of legal situation? Do you need representation in a domestic violence case? If so, contact the law office of Jeffery H. Garland, P.A., at 772-489-2200.