Robbie E. Brown, 32, of Orlando was arrested on Sept. 27, and charged with malicious assault by a member of the Lewis County Sheriff’s Department (LCSD) after an alleged domestic violence incident on Sept. 25.
The criminal complaint states that the alleged victim was interviewed by an officer on the morning of Sept 27.
At that time, the victim she come home on Sept 25, and found Brown tearing up the floor in her residence.
When she questioned Brown he became agitated and after a verbal argument Brown allegedly removed the broom head from a broom stick and began to strike her with the broom stick.
The complaint states that Brown “struck her arms with the broom stick while she was protecting her head and also struck her multiple times in the face and head with a closed fist,” it goes on to allege that once Brown knocked the victim down, “he began kicking her in the face and head.”
The investigating officer observed “multiple bruises and scrapes consistent with being struck with a long slender object,” as well as “bruises to the victims face.”
Brown was arrested on Sept. 27, and is currently being held in the Central Regional Jail on $40,000 cash/surety bail according to the West Virginia Regional Jail Authority website.
In an unrelated arrest, Barbara D. Stamper, 35, of Weston, was arrested Sept. 28, and charged with shoplifting, 3rd offense, a felony, by a member of the Weston Police Department.
The criminal complaint states that the officer was dispatched to Shop N Save Express, were he spoke with an employee who alleged that Stamper picked up a box of dog treats and put them in her purse.
Stamper has two previous misdemeanor convictions for shoplifting, one from 2013 and another from 2017, according to the compliant.