A girl who drives a forklift for a dwelling was arrested after allegedly attacking her boyfriend with a baseball bat in Leesburg.
Byesha Dorsey, 36, of Orlando, went to her boyfriend’s home Thursday evening within the 2200 block of Simmons Avenue, based on an arrest report from the Leesburg Police Division. When she knocked on the door, her boyfriend’s mom let her into the residence. The mom instructed the investigating officer that Dorsey went into her son’s room and closed the door. Shortly thereafter, the mom heard a loud commotion coming from the bed room. When the mom tried to open the bed room door, she discovered it locked. After pounding on the door, the mom noticed Dorsey exit the bed room carrying a black baseball bat. When the mom seemed into the room, she noticed her son on the ground with blood on his decrease lip, chin and chest. The mom grabbed the bat from Dorsey, who ran out of the home.
The person instructed police he and Dorsey had been romantically concerned for one month earlier than the assault. He stated that Dorsey, who stands 5 ft 2 inches tall and weighs 134 kilos, got here into his room and so they started to argue. He stated that she grabbed a baseball bat and hit him within the face. He fell to the ground and misplaced consciousness.
Dorsey fled to a pal’s home on Stinson Road the place officers took her into custody.
She was transported to the Leesburg Police Division for processing after which booked on the Lake County Jail with bond set at $10,000 for the offense of aggravated battery with a harmful weapon.