Crime, Fire + Courts

Woodland man arrested on domestic violence charge

By From page A4 | October 13, 2013

A Woodland man allegedly beat his ex-wife and broke his court order before getting arrested in Davis on Saturday.

Davis police Sgt. Frank Tenedora said officers were dispatched to the 800 block of Second Street at approximately 1:41 a.m. after receiving reports of domestic violence.

Once there, the officers confirmed reports of a conflict, and arrested Parminder Kalotia, a 32-year-old Woodland resident, on suspicion of domestic violence.

Tenedora said Kalotia had become intoxicated at a local bar before allegedly assaulting his ex-wife in her residence.

The victim suffered physical trauma to her face but reportedly did not seek medical attention.

Kalotia was booked into the Yolo County Jail early Saturday and is facing charges of domestic battery and violation of a domestic protection order.

Brett Johnson

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