A "no contact" order against hubbie did this woman no good
He dragged her about 1400 feet with his car
September 10, 2017
(SPANAWAY, WA.) -- So many times in the news you'll hear of a woman who had a court "no contact" order in effect against an estranged husband or boy friend and it did no good.
The woman was killed or badly injured by the hubby or boyfriend.
This is yet another one of those stories. So, if you don't care to read "another one" of these depressing ditties, we get it and you're forgiven.
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The short version: a 28-year old Spanaway, WA man with three (count em' THREE) active no-contact orders prohibiting him from being around his wife was indeed around his wife on Wed. Sept. 6, and argued with her in the 16800 block of 6th Avenue East and then "dragged her (in reverse) quite a distance after her foot became stuck in the door of their Pontiac," according to The Morning News Tribune in Tacoma.
The story says that distance was about 1400 feet.
Some 911 calls were made by people who witnessed the incident and when Pierce County sheriff’s deputies arrived they found the woman, "With a bloodied nose and cuts covering her legs going in and out of consciousness," according to the report.
Reportedly the guy started backing up when he saw other guys in the hood coming his way to evidently help out the wife and he didn't realize his wife's foot was trapped in the door and then one of those guys who had appeared started "punching him and his car" so he panics and guns it in reverse with the wife stuck, holding on to the door and screaming.
Hubbie is being held on $250,000 bail. He pleaded not guilty Wednesday to two counts of second-degree assault, three counts of violating a domestic violence order and striking an unattended vehicle.
And so it goes.
Grim details here .