ST. AUGUSTINE, Fla. – The St. Johns County Sheriff’s Workplace says a video posted on-line Tuesday night time displaying a person beating lady he knew prompted the arrest of a 48-year-old with 4 prior convictions.
In response to the arrest report, video of that beating was posted on Fb by way of Snapchat was reported to the St. Johns County Sheriff’s Workplace. The report acknowledged the sufferer was frequently battered by a person whereas one other particular person recorded video. The deputy who reviewed the video stated the sufferer was held down and struck a number of occasions within the face and kicked within the abdomen and head as she yelled, “why are you hurting me?” and asking him to cease.
The report states that when a deputy spoke with the sufferer, she was visibly scared and tried to downplay what had occurred to her within the video. The deputy additionally famous within the report that she lined her injures with make-up.
In response to the report, the suspect informed deputies he and the girl had gotten into an argument that escalated into violence. He additionally informed authorities he wished the video recorded and requested one other witness to publish the video on-line.
The suspect was charged with battery and booked into jail on a $10,000 bond.
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