The 33-year-old was previously arrested and charged with multiple counts of domestic battery and one count of domestic battery by strangulation. He allegedly choked his girlfriend while her children were in the living room of their apartment, according to an arrest report.
Tylan Kiere Jones, a 21-year-old UAB defensive lineman, was arrested late Wednesday on a third-degree domestic violence charge. He remained jailed without bond early Friday, Blount County jail records show.
When the detective arrived at the hospital, he spoke with the father of the child, defendant Martinese McDaniel. The complaint says McDaniel lives on Milwaukee's northwest side with his girlfriend and his four children -- "the two youngest of which are twins." McDaniel told the detective around 7 a.m. on Jan. 14, he fed the twins a bottle. After feeding them, he stated he "used a bicycle technique on each of the twins to pump their legs in an effort to alleviate gas. The defendant then put each of the twins in a crib," the complaint says. A short time later, the complaint says the infant who was admitted to the hospital "became fussy." The defendant picked up the child, and repeated the bicycle technique. The defendant told the detective that during this process, (the infant) "took a sharp gasp of air. After taking a short gasp, (the infant) stopped breathing," the complaint says.
According to the complaint, the defendant feared the infant was choking, so he placed the infant chest down and "patted (the infant's) upper back with two fingers in an attempt to clear any blockage." McDaniel also performed CPR, but the child "remained unresponsive," the complaint says.
Playboy: Besides your fans who have formed fight clubs, readers of Choke have reportedly copied your narrator, intentionally choking themselves on food. The narrator does it to have an intimate moment with people who would then feel responsible for him. After the experience they send him regular checks.
Bend Police arrested a wanted felon after a vehicle and foot chase. Arrested was Danial Kennedy, 25. He's been wanted since August 3rd, after a domestic violence altercation where he threatened to use his gun against his girlfriend and daughter. Bend Police spotted his pick up Thursday afternoon at the intersection of SE Parrell and SE Chase Drive. They attempted to stop him with emergency lights, but Kennedy fled. He came to a skidding stop at the intersection and then took off on foot. Officers were able to catch him without injury. Kennedy is currently in the Deschutes County Jail.
State Representative Chris Telfer of Bend says too much regulation is choking Oregon businesses, and Tuesday she's meeting with the Governor to talk about ways to fix that. Kitzhaber is putting together a task force to look into the problem. There is so much of a delay because of permitting processes. There is so much delay because of over-regulation." The task force plans to take a closer look at the regulatory environment and the permitting process in the state to see how much its strangling business; where there's duplication in rules and what can be done to loosen the noose on business.
Oregon State Police caught the fugitive of Monday night's high speed chase east of Bend. Kenneth Murphy, 27, was arrested Tuesday near the Deschutes County Jail, where he was waiting for his girlfriend to be released. Murphy was wanted out of Pennsylvania for a parole violation and was considered potentially violent and a flight risk. On Monday night, an OSP Trooper stopped Murphy's vehicle for speeding. When the trooper approached the car, he took off going at speeds up to 130 miles per hour. Eventually Murphy took off on foot, but his girlfriend was arrested.
Two are arrested and charged with assault after a woman reports she was beaten with a baseball bat. Apparently just before 1 p.m. Monday afternoon, a woman staying at the Super 8 Motel near Highway 97 and Yew Avenue was beaten by James Ray Benson, 27, and Amanda Nichole Pierce, 25, both of Redmond, after an argument. The unidentified woman said a gun was also involved. The pair ran from the motel but were apprehended a short time later near the Juniper Golf Club. The pair is being held in the Deschutes County Jail on several charges including assault, unlawful use of a weapon and other charges.
Bend Police arrested a Bend man Monday afternoon for stealing a landscaping vehicle near Costco and crashing it. Workers with the truck and trailer were at a nearby apartment complex doing work, when Jesse Beltis, 37, got in and tried to steal it. A resident of the complex saw Beltis crash the truck into the apartment building and ran after him and detained him until officers arrived. Alcohol has been determined to be a factor in this incident. Beltis is charged with drunk driving and unauthorized use of a motor vehicle. 2b1af7f3a8