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 hiker is known for amputating his own right forearm during an accident in which he was stuck by a boulder.
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