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Tulare chief of police arrested over alleged domestic violence charges

Tulare Police Chief Jerry Breckinridge was taken into custody and released on $50,000 bail over allegations of domestic violence, according to a news report published on Tuesday, March 18. According to the report, the California Highway Patrol received a report from Breckinridge’s girlfriend, claiming he had committed domestic violence. The California Highway Patrol then forwarded the complaint to the County Sheriff’s Department, who arrested Breckinridge’s at his house Sunday. An investigation by the County Sheriff’s… Read More


Former CA lawmaker under arrest for domestic violence and child endangerment charges

Former Fullerton Mayor and North Orange County Representative Chris Norby was put under arrest over allegations of child endangerment and domestic violence, an online report stated Thursday, March 13. Authorities said the 64-year old former assemblyman was released on a bond of $10,000. No further information has been revealed regarding his arrest Wednesday night. In 2010, Norby was arrested for fighting with his wife, though no charges were filed. Keeping your rights, freedoms, and good… Read More


Rapper pays bail after domestic violence arrest

Hip hop sensation Young Jeezy paid a bail of $45,000 after turning himself into the police on a warrant issued against him by a grand jury, the Huffington Post reported Tuesday, January 7. According to the report, court documents gathered by an online celebrity website revealed 36-year-old Young Jeezy has been accused of domestic violence for beating his own son. The documents also stated that his son claimed that the artist threatened to put a bullet in… Read More


New law seeks to help abuse survivors move more easily

An online report published by the Southern California Public Radio on December 26 stated that a new law in California will come into force next year to help victims of domestic abuse escape violence. The law, which will go into effect on January 1, aims to help domestic abuse victims more easily get out of their lease agreements by allowing statements issued by a medical practitioner, a counselor, or a healthcare provider that verify  the… Read More


Court dismisses charges against “127 Hours” hiker Aron Ralston

Charges of domestic violence that had been filed against 127 Hours hiker Aron Ralston were dismissed Monday, December 9 after the judge approved the dismissal plea issued by the city attorney’s office. Ralston and his girlfriend Vita Shannon accused one another of domestic violence after a heated argument regarding Ralston’s other child. The arrest affidavit stated Ralston was hit by Shannon twice. Shannon, on the other hand, claimed Ralston shoved her on the shoulder. The… Read More


George Zimmerman faces battery charges

On Monday, November 18, George Zimmerman was charged with aggravated assault, battery, and criminal mischief for allegedly threatening the life of his girlfriend, Samantha Scheibe. Scheibe recorded the exchange by calling 911. According to Scheibe’s accounts, Zimmerman allegedly took a shotgun out of its case and pointed it at her after an argument escalated. Despite these recent domestic violence charges, Zimmerman is known for receiving an acquittal for the second-degree murder charges brought against him… Read More


SoHum man to face 8 years of prison over charges of domestic violence and rape

Paul Lee Hermes, 51, from Southern Humboldt pleaded guilty to charges of domestic violence and sexual assault on Wednesday, November 6 at the Humboldt superior court. Hermes will face up to eight years in prison when sentenced on November 13 after he pleaded guilty to charges of spousal rape, sexual penetration by a foreign object, false imprisonment, and vandalism. He will also receive two strikes under California’s three strike law, which means he will automatically… Read More


Ex-NFL player Reggie Rogers pleads ‘not guilty’ to domestic violence charge

Former University of Washington football player and first-round NFL draft pick Reggie Rogers pleaded not guilty to a domestic violence assault charge involving his wife in the Seattle Municipal Court on October 9. According to a KIRO report, Rogers was arrested at his home on October 7 after his wife told the police that they had been arguing about his drinking when he hit her on the head with a flashlight. 49-year-old Rogers had six… Read More


Ex-pro basketball player Sean Banks charged with domestic violence

Former NBA player Sean Banks was charged with several criminal charges, including domestic violence, after he broke into his child’s mother house in New Jersey. 28-year-old Banks, who has previous outstanding warrants, was charged with domestic violence, armed burglary, and other counts on Friday, September 27. Banks allegedly harassed the woman in her own house and slashed her vehicle’s tires when she told him to leave. He was also charged with felony resisting arrest by… Read More


California governor signs new domestic violence law

California Governor Jerry Brown signed a domestic violence bill that will require the state to enforce the most extensive restraining order rather than the most recent. Assembly Bill 176, which was authored by South Bay Assemblywoman Nora Campos, requires law enforcement officers to employ a no-contact restraining order, meaning the offending party may not contact with the victim as long as the case against him or her is ongoing. A provision of the bill penalizes… Read More


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