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Crime No bond for Rockledge man accused of keeping girlfriend in wooden cage

16:45  30 october  2019
16:45  30 october  2019 Source:   wesh.com

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A Rockledge man accused of torturing his girlfriend and then stalking her when he was released from jail has been denied a second chance to be free on bond.

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Robert Carilli was arrested in May 2018 and charged with battery and false imprisonment.

Investigators said Carilli kept his girlfriend in a wooden cage and tortured her by beating and strangling her.

A police report said Carilli would pull the victim’s hair, whip her with a leather whip, strangle her to the point of unconsciousness, rip her clothes off and shove her in a handmade wooden cage overnight.

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He was released on bond after his arrest, but wound up back in jail about a year later.

Carilli's bond was revoked earlier this year because prosecutors said he created a fake profile on Facebook so that he could continue to stalk the victim.

An attempt Tuesday to be granted bond once again was denied by a Brevard County judge.

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