Collier County, FL (January 22, 2019) – A father from Golden Gate Estates was arrested after he strangled and threatened to kill his pregnant wife when she tried to stop him from beating the infant. He has since been identified by police as 28-year-old Yonadry Leiva.

The pregnant woman stated that when the baby started crying, Leiva allegedly grabbed the infant from the mother's arms and threw her down into the crib. The mother told police that Leiva then spanked the baby three more times. When she tried to intervene and stop Leiva from abusing the child, Leiva started to choke her stating that he wanted to kill her and the baby she was carrying in her belly. 

Yonadry Leiva has since been charged with aggravated battery and child abuse charges.

He is being held in jail at this time.

Collier County Domestic Battery Laws

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