She described her husband as white male 6′ feet tall, weighing about two-hundred pounds with a black mustache, short black hair. He had a two (2″) inch scar on his right cheek of his face. He had on a long sleeve white shirt and fade blue jeans. He was driving a 2006 black four (4)-door Chevy sedan with dark tinted windows with minor damage to the right front passenger door; it had Florida tag #000000. He left the scene west on 111 Street and turn North on 2 Avenue in an unknown direction. Rescue Unit #25 arrived, Lt.
Doe, checked and treated the victim, and saw that her injuries needed stitches and more medical attention. He requested if she would go with them to the hospital but she refused. He further advised her to seek medical attention as soon as possible before her injuries became infected. She agreed. ID Unit C-10 also arrived and took ten (10) photos of the victim’s injuries. I advised the victim on the procedure to follow involving a Domestic Victim and to seek a restraining order against her husband for protection.
I gave her a Domestic Victims Pamphlet with all the phone numbers she needed to call. I then called and placed her in contact with a Victims Domestic Violent Advocate for further counseling. I then left and canvassed the area for the defendant with negative results. Detective John Smith, Unit-109 from the Violent Domestic section, notified of the incident. A copy of the report is been forwarded to him for further investigative follow-up and final disposition of the case.