Woman Inadvertently Admits to Crime Before Deputy Reveals Details
SPRING HILL – A routine domestic battery investigation led to one arrest Friday, after a woman inadvertently admitted to injuring her husband before deputies revealed the details of the crime.
According to reports, Sheriff’s Deputies responded to 2010 Corydon Ave in reference to a domestic battery. The victim told deputies that during a heated verbal argument with his wife, 54-year-old Victoria Jones, she scratched his arm and then left the residence.
Contact was made with Jones at the Wendy’s restaurant on Spring Hill Drive, where Jones explained that she and her husband had been arguing over her drinking; however, Jones claimed that she was not drinking that day. Despite her claims, deputies could smell a strong odor of alcohol emitting from her breath. Jones later admitted to having a few glasses of wine.
During the interview, Deputies asked Jones if the argument ever became physical; Jones stated “No” but then said “I didn’t scratch him… Is he saying I scratched him?”
Based in the evidence and inadvertent admission, Jones was taken into custody and charged with Domestic Battery.
Jones was released on a $25.00 bond and ordered to have no contact with her husband.
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