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Pasco County Florida Domestic Battery

Our blog is against the misuse and abuse of restraining orders. But in the story below, it is alleged by the Pasco County Sheriffs Department that this person beat his father. Why was he only charged with domestic battery, and not felony assault and battery ?  When the police arrived, the father was bleeding, and was hit 15 times. Under Florida law, striking a person multiple times is supposed to be a Felony!  This alleged parent beater get IMHO a slap on the wrist, and a paltry 250.00 bond! Yet people who are in Love sometimes violate a restraining order with no violence at all, and get upgraded to stalking charges, with no bond

Man, 27, beat his dad …… for not cooking his dinner

A man upset his parents didn’t cook dinner for him was arrested Saturday morning after beating his father, according to the Pasco Sheriff’s Office.
About 12:25 a.m. Saturday, Kevin Michael Reyes, 27, confronted his parents at their 15055 Lancer Road home in Spring Hill. Reyes, who lives with his parents, said he was “starving” and was upset no one had cooked dinner for him.
Reyes began to argue with his father, Tim Thomas, when he attacked him, deputies said. Thomas said he believes he was punched 15 times in the face with a closed fist and after being pushed to the floor, was kicked several times.
An arrest report said Thomas, 40, was bleeding from the right side of his face as a result of the fight.
Reyes, who remains in custody at the Land O’ Lakes Jail, told deputies he blacked out and doesn’t remember beating his father. He’s charged with domestic battery. Bail is set at $250.

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