Wildwood, FL (December 20, 2018) – A man from Wildwood was placed behind bars after he shoved a woman who allegedly wouldn’t leave his property at a mobile home on County Road 143.
A witness saw an altercation taking place in the area around 2 p.m. on Monday at the mobile home park and called the Sumter County Sheriff’s Office. When they arrived, they spoke with the woman, who said that she had been shoved in the area of her shoulder blades and knocked to the ground.
19-year-old Xavier Preston Breckon was arrested after they found that the woman had multiple scratches to her forehead.
Breckon claimed that the woman would not leave his property and claimed that the two just bumped into one another. He was arrested on battery charges but was released after posting a bond.
Wildwood Battery Laws
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