Eunice Man Accused Of Kidnapping, Beating Girlfriend
EUNICE, La. (KPEL) -- A Eunice man is in the St. Landry Parish Jail, accused of kidnapping his girlfriend and beating her to the point that she bled all over herself and is now walking with a limp.
According to a police report filed by Officer Quitin Doyle of the Eunice Police Department, 24-year-old Terriell Bradley accused his girlfriend of cheating on him. Doyle said Bradley locked the doors to the car they were in, preventing the victim from getting out.
Bradley allegedly beat the victim, punching her in the face and all over her body, according to the report.
He then drove his girlfriend to his mother's house in Eunice, the report stated, where he dragged the victim out of the car and into the home. Bradley then allegedly told her, "You are not going back home," and ordered her to change her bloody clothing.
Several members of his family saw the victim was visibly limping. According to the victim, when Bradley's mother saw her, she told him not to put his hands on his girlfriend anymore. The step-father then told Bradley to let the girlfriend go, but instead, Bradley threatened to fight with him, the report stated.
Bradley eventually let her go.
Police said they recovered several bloody shirts and towels from the home and that the victim had several scratches on her arm, had a busted lip and tongue, and had several other injuries.
Bradley was booked into the St. Landry Parish Jail on charges of simple kidnapping and domestic abuse battery.