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Domestic Violence in Child Custody Dispute

A man involved in a child custody dispute recently committted an act of domestic violence when he hit the mother and the grandmother with his car in Monteray, California. According to the article, the man and a family member were in a motor vehicle and trying to leave with the minor children. The mother and grandmother of the children came outside of the house, stood in front of the car, and tried to convince the men to leave the children with their mother.

The father put the car in drive and struck both women. The man allegedly backed the car up several feet and again charged the mother, hitting her a second time. The two men fled the scene after the incident and the father was later arrested for suspicion on two counts of assault with a deadly weapon. Neither woman was seriously injured.

Call us today at 704.370.2828 to talk with a Charlotte domestic violence lawyer.

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