Carson Metropolis arrests: Lady jailed for domestic battery, allegedly kicks boyfriend in the head | Carson Metropolis Nevada Information

A 25-year-outdated lady was arrested Monday for suspicion of misdemeanor domestic battery, in accordance to a Carson City sheriff’s booking report.

According to the arrest report, deputies ended up termed at 9:20 p.m. to a Pheasant Generate deal with for a report that a male experienced been kicked in the facial area by his girlfriend.

Deputies fulfilled with the reporting bash who recommended he and has girlfriend have been obtaining romance concerns, that she has material abuse concerns and has been absent in the residence and has not viewed their little ones.

The male encouraged he was upset with the lady since she had a careless angle towards not seeing their young ones or getting a current mother. He told deputies as he knelt down to pick up apparel off the ground, the girl kicked him in the head.

Deputies built speak to with the lady, who claimed she recently returned dwelling from a friend’s home and that she was in a verbal altercation with her boyfriend. She informed the officer he bent down to select up a thing off the floor and she kicked him, demonstrating to the deputy how she made use of her ideal foot and made a kicking motion.

She was arrested for suspicion of domestic battery. Bail: $3,137.

In other arrests:
— A 19-calendar year-aged inmate at Northern Nevada Corrections, Chastin McCoy, was booked Monday for a felony warrant alleging battery by a prisoner at the Carson City Jail. The warrant was issued out of Carson City Justice Court on April 6, 2021. McCoy is at present in the custody of Northern Nevada Corrections and is serving a sentence for an unrelated crime. No bail.

— A 37-calendar year-aged Carson Metropolis woman, Jennifer Hames, was arrested Monday for a felony warrant out of Reno Justice Court docket, a misdemeanor warrant out of Carson Town Justice Court, and for suspicion of misdemeanor driving an unregistered auto and driving on a suspended or revoked license. Bail: $8,749.

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