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Georgetown Man Arrested Twice for Domestic Disputes

Georgetown Police arrested the same man twice within a four hour span after a domestic dispute in a Georgetown apartment.

Georgetown Man Arrested Twice for Domestic Disputes

Georgetown Police arrested the same man twice within a four hour span after a domestic dispute in a Georgetown apartment.

Police say 22-year-old Brandon Hall was arguing with a 20-year-old female victim when the argument turned into a physical fight.  The victim tried calling 911, but Hall allegedly grabbed the victim by her shirt’s collar and threw her onto a bed.  He also took her cell phone.

Police charged Hall with offensive touching and malicious interference with emergency communications.  He was also ordered to not contact the victim.

Exactly three hours and 13 minutes after the first call, police returned to the same apartment for another domestic in progress call.  When police arrived, they found Hall inside the apartment.  Authorities learned that Hall went to the apartment and made contact with the victim, arguing about the earlier arrest.

Police arrested Hall and he was charged breach of release and committed to Sussex Correctional Institute on a $2,000 secured bond.

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Dennis Foley

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