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Posted on: Tuesday, 23 February 2021
Abilene police: Fight bloodies woman's face, results in man's arrest
Abilene, Texas
   
 
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Timothy Chipp

Abilene Reporter-News

Abilene police said a man was arrested after a fight with a woman in a truck.

According to police, witnesses needed to pull the man off of the victim at about 3:39 p.m. Friday while they were parked at a business in the 3200 block of North First Street.

Police said they began insulting each other and the incident escalated to him hitting her and her trying to kick him away.

That, police said, is when the witnesses intervened and the suspect grabbed his belongings and left.

The victim displayed facial injuries that were bleeding, police said, while the man had blood on his face that appeared to come from the victim.

When questioned, police said, the suspect said he was defending himself after first denying anything physical occurred. The victim refused to provide a statement and did not wish to file charges.

Other reports released Monday include:

Unlawful restraint, resisting arrest, 800 block of Ballinger Street, Monday

Police said a man was arrested after he restrained his wife in their home. While attempting to detain the man, police said, he became combative with officers and refused to cooperate.

Aggravated assault, 2700 block of Darrell Drive, Monday

A man was stabbed in the abdomen, police said, after an argument turned violent.

Public intoxication, 1700 block of Butternut Street, Sunday

Police said a man was arrested after he was asked to leave an establishment. He was consuming alcohol and amplifying his voice over a loudspeaker, police said. He was too intoxicated to comply with the order to vacate the area, police said, so he was arrested. He urinated on himself during transport to the Taylor County Jail, police said.

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