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CrimeLMPD: Man upset about getting woken up strangles woman

19:00  15 may  2019
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A Louisville man was arrested Tuesday after he allegedly became upset at a woman for waking him up and started choking her.

Robert L. Scales, 30, was arrested just before 10 p.m. Tuesday in the parking lot of a Save-A-Lot at 1804 Dixie Highway.

According to an arrest citation, Louisville Metro Police officers were responding to a call of domestic trouble when they made contact with a female victim in the parking lot.

Scales was sitting in a vehicle while the victim told officers the two had been in a verbal altercation that turned physical inside a residence in the 1700 block of Wilart Drive, according to the police report..

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The information in this article is not meant to scare you, but you deserve to know the facts so you can make the best plan to keep yourself safe. If your partner has ever put their hands around your neck, put you in a “sleeper hold” or used anything else to strangle you like a scarf, necklace, belt, rope, etc

Scales was "very upset about being woken up so he started to throw things around the house," according to the arrest citation.

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After he was done throwing things, Scales allegedly pushed the woman against the wall and tried to punch her, according to the arrest citation.

The victim blocked his punch, but Scales scratched her on the chest, leaving "visible injuries," according to police. Scales then started to choke the victim with one hand.

The victim showed signs of strangulation and had fingerprints on her neck, according to the arrest report.

While choking the woman, Scales also knocked over the victim's daughter, causing her to hit her head and leaving her with a bruise and swollen eye, according to police.

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Scales was charged with first-degree wanton endangerment and fourth-degree assault causing minor injury. Bail was set at $15,000, and he remains held in Louisville Metro Corrections, according to online court records.

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