Stuarts Draft Man Charged with Malicious Wounding, Attempted Rape
Jonathan Ray Price II
A Stuarts Draft man is in
custody after police say he injured his girlfriend in a violent attack.
Jonathan Ray Price II, 28,
faces felony counts of malicious wounding and attempted rape and a misdemeanor
of interfering with emergency services by phone.
EMTs say the victim had
swelling to the face and a bite mark on her neck at the scene.
Price was arrested on Saturday
and is being held without bond at Middle River Regional Jail.
Waynesboro Police Department Press Release
The Waynesboro Police Department has charged a Stuarts Draft man for an attack on his girlfriend that occurred during the early morning hours of July 14, 2013 at Parkway Village Apartments.
Jonathan Ray Price II, 28 years old, has been charged with two felonies, malicious wounding and attempted rape; and one misdemeanor, interfering with the summonsing of emergency services by phone, as a result of the assault.
At approximately 6:20 AM on July 14, the 27 year old victim contacted the Waynesboro Emergency Operations Center to report the incident. When officers found her, she had swelling to her face and a bite mark on her neck.
The Waynesboro First Aid Crew transported her to Augusta Health's Emergency Department for treatment. During their interview with the victim, she indicated to officers that Price had also tried to sexually assault her in addition to punching and biting her.
Deputies with the Augusta County Sheriff's Office arrested Price on July 20. He is being held without bond at Middle River Regional Jail.
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