A Hull teen was arrested twice last week after allegedly striking a juvenile friend’s mother, and then texting the woman on her cell phone in violation of bond conditions issued by the magistrate court.
Zachariah Levi Morris, 17, 724 Virginia Lane, Hull, was first arrested on July 8 and charged with simple battery and criminal trespass.
According to the incident report, the girl’s mother was administering corporal punishment to her daughter when Morris allegedly threw open the door, rushed into the residence, knocked the mother to the floor and climbed on top of her, striking her and yelling “don’t you touch her.” The woman and two witnesses were reportedly able to get Morris off of her and force him out of the residence.
The following day, after being released on bond, Morris allegedly began sending text messages to the victim’s cell phone in “direct defiance of the bond conditions.” He was arrested a second time and charged with stalking.
Other arrests on file at the sheriff’s office this week included:
•David Absalom Bing, 20, 11084 Hwy. 98 West, Commerce, bench warrant (original charge: disorderly conduct), disrupting public school penalty (bondsman off bond) and use of fighting words (obscene and vulgar language) phone call.
•Kimberly Rachelle Fleming, 44, 1665 Jones Chapel Shiloh Road, Danielsville, driving without a license and possession of marijuana.