Man Accused Of Battering And Strangling A Woman
A 19-year-old Ocala man is in the Marion County Jail for supposedly battering and choking a lady who says he players her on a daily premise. Jontrelle Livton Bell was accused Tuesday of crime battery (second or resulting offense) and residential battery by strangulation. He’s additionally being hung on an inability to-show up the warrant and for damaging pre-preliminary discharge conditions for a different aggressive behavior at home charge.
A Marion County sheriff’s agent met with the injured individual on Tuesday at the Dollar General Store at 7080 S. Pine Ave. The person in question, who was unmistakably terrified and crying, said she got back after working all day, and Bell battered her multiple times while examining her regarding who she has been conversing with. She said Bell doesn’t confide in her, as indicated by the sheriff’s office report.
The unfortunate casualty said she changed garments and sat down in bed before Bell came into the room and pushed her onto the stomach. She said Bell hit her in the back a few times, at that point, caused her to sit up so he could place her in a stranglehold. The unfortunate casualty said she was unable to inhale, and Bell kept on stifling her, the report said.
The injured individual said Bell let her go and advised her to leave, and she left and called the law requires. She said this occurs on a daily premise, and she has been frightened to call law authorization since Bell has her telephone, and she is worried he’s going to murder her. The injured individual said Bell has a few firearms in the house and has compromised her life before, as per the report.
The appointee watched two new red and purple blemishes on the unfortunate casualty’s left side. She additionally had a red imprint on the left half of her neck. The appointee likewise watched wounds on the sad casualty’s back, right butt cheek, left stunning, and both of her arms. The injuries were in different phases of mending. The unfortunate victim said most were from past occurrences with Bell, the report said.
The appointee reacted to the episode area and met with Bell, who declined to say something. While being brought to prison, Bell offered a few expressions about the unfortunate casualty being distraught because he wouldn’t put his hands on her, and he said she made the wounds herself, as per the report. Chime is being hung on a $3,000 bond and will show up in Marion County Court on March 17.