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August 12, 2014

Dad tosses car seat and baby at mother

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John Woodley Jr.

Police were  called to Gateway Medical Center Saturday  after a woman said she and her boyfriend, John Woodley Jr., 37, had an argument the night before at their trailer on Hadley Drive.

According to reports, the woman said Woodley punched in the left eye. After the woman indicated she would take their 7-month-old baby and leave, Woodley allegedly picked up the car seat with the baby still inside and tossed it at her.

She said during the argument Woodley punched her in the left eye. The woman told Woodley she was going to take their 7-month-old baby and leave. She said he responded by telling her to take the baby and allegedly slung the car seat – which the baby was inside of – at her. The baby was not injured.

John Woodley Jr. gave a 1859 Columbia Ave. address and is being charged with domestic assault and child abuse. He was booked into the Montgomery County Jail on Saturday on a $7,500 bond.

EDITOR’S NOTE: The John Woodley Jr. in this report is not  John C. Woodley, no relation, a real estate agent with First National Realty.

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