The Pensacola Police Department arrived at the scene of the incident at the ex-wife’s residence to find that McCullough had shown up even though he and his wife had been separated for two and a half years. McCullough allegedly came up to her front door aggravated and started to approach the front door. This is when the victim blocked him from entering.
However, McCullough did not give up and forced his way through his ex-wife’s door by pushing her. He started to say “I know he’s in there” and walked up to a door that was locked in her home. He victim tried to block him but was shoved aside again.
When police spoke with the ex-wife, she told them that she told McCullough to leave and that one of her daughters was home and witnessed the incident. Witnesses told police that they heard McCullough forcing his way inside and thudding noises.
McCullough has since been charged with battery and burglary.
Pensacola Battery LawsIf you are somebody who has been accused of intentionally striking or causing harm to another party, you could be charged with a battery crime in Florida. Many people who are facing these charges will feel concerned about the outcome of their future as they face charges for a crime that is primarily known by the courts as being quite violent in nature. You could be facing serious penalties such as jail time, probation, and fines for this type of crime, which is why you should never stand alone.
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