AS­SAULT

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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.

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