down U.S. 301, she said, and when they got home, he began to punch her repeatedly and pushed her into a wall, causing the drywall to cave in, police records indicate.
“During the assault, Galloway grabbed [the woman] and put her on the ground. While on the ground, Galloway took out a knife and put it up to her throat and told [her] that he was going to kill her. Galloway then removed the knife and stuck it in the floor right next to her head,” according to court records.
Later, Galloway broke her phone, took her car keys, and refused to drive her to the hospital, she said.
“[The victim] advised she ran out of the house and was screaming for help from neighbors, but no one was home. Galloway then ran after [her] and dragged her back into the residence,” charging documents state.
Galloway took off work to make sure she did not report the incident to police, she continued, and held her for two weeks against her will.
“I observed that [her] face was still very swollen after two weeks and her left eye was still black and damaged,” Pfc. A. Fenlon noted in his report.
Galloway faces first-degree assault, false imprisonment, and other charges and remains in custody as of press time Thursday on $5,000 bond after appearing before Judge Kenneth Talley for a bail review hearing, according to court records.
A preliminary hearing date is scheduled for April 27.