The World of Relationship Laws… Man Arrested for Holding Girlfriend’s Hand
SPRING HILL – Sheriff’s Deputies responded to 2212 Gaucho Ave yesterday, after reports of a verbal dispute between a man and woman at that residence
According to reports, Deputy Joseph Savelli arrived on the scene and issued a trespass warning against 26-year-old Nicholas Jacob Leverich. Savelli also requested that Leverich separate from his girlfriend, 21-year-old Michelle Botsch.
According the Botsch’ sister, Dorothy Sieber, the couple were seen a short time later walking together on Meredith Drive. Sieber says Leverich pushed botsch, so she contacted Deputy Savelli again to advise him of the situation.
Deputy Savelli located the couple walking eastbound on Belvedere Street and observed Leverich placing his arm around Botsch. According to Savelli, Botsch appeared to be pulling away. Botsch told Deputy Savelli that Leverich was holding her hand and that she didn’t want to.
Deputy Savelli placed Leverich under arrest and charged him with Dating Violence. He remains behind bars, held without bond.
According to Federal Domestic Violence Laws and Florida State Statutes, Law Enforcement Officers are forced to arrest anyone who is accused of an “unwanted touching” in this case; Botsch did not want to hold hands…
According to jail records both Leverich and Botsch have a long history of arrests, including theft, battery, and drug charges.
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