A man has been bound to the grand jury after allegedly beating his girlfriend after she moved in with him.
The suspect, Jason Keith Bouldin, 38, is charged with second-offense aggravated domestic assault. He waived his right to a preliminary hearing and was bound to the grand jury on the felony count this past week. He has six prior assault arrests leading up to his latest trouble with the law.
The victim in the case told Judicial Commissioner David Williams the abuse started after she moved in with him.
“He dragged her out of the trailer by her hair pulling her down the steps,” Williams wrote in the warrant sworn out by the victim.
In a separate incident, the woman said Bouldin choked her on the bed until she passed out.
“She passed out and when she came to he started to choke her again,” Williams wrote after listening to the victim’s version of events.
In another incident, the woman said Bouldin hit her on the arm with a belt leaving a red mark. She sought help from Families in Crisis saying she was in fear for her life given the alleged physical abuse.
Bouldin has been warned to stay away from the victim pending his case going before the grand jury.