Sunday, June 18, 2017

Doctors deliver baby early after Springfield man allegedly slams pregnant ex-girlfriend

Eight days after he struck a plea deal and was sentenced for beating up his ex-girlfriend, a Springfield man allegedly threw her into a dresser at her apartment on Wednesday, broke her ankle, and caused doctors to have to deliver the couple’s unborn child a month early.

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3 comments :

  1. the state needs to start replacing the judge's and states attorneys that keep dropping felony charges against these people and put them in jail where they belong,this women has suffered twice at the hands of this clown

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  2. Give his name so this tough guy can get whats coming

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  3. Justin Gilliam, 32, showed up voluntarily for his arraignment on Thursday at the courthouse in downtown White River Junction but a short time later, to his obvious consternation, he was ordered held without bail.

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