After another arrest in Alabama, bail was revoked for a man from Walnut Hill accused of assaulting his wife, “beating” her, biting her ear and shooting her while she was on her own. was running away.
Last August, William Scott Taylor Janes, 49, was charged with aggravated assault with a deadly weapon, aggravated bodily harm and domestic violence in Escambia County, Florida.
According to the Florida bail agreement signed by Janes, he agreed not to consume alcohol, but an Atmore Police Department report said he was heavily drunk at the time of his recent arrest. for assault in the third degree.
The Atmore Police Department responded to Tatum Avenue in Atmore after MedStar EMS responded to a medical call. They reported that a verbal disturbance erupted between Janes and a relative while the ambulance team was at the scene.
Janes was heavily drunk in her car outside the residence and complained of chest pain, according to an arrest report. He agreed to go to bed and sleep, and the police left. About five minutes later, they were called back after the unrest escalated.
Atmore’s agents arrived to find Janes passed out on the porch. He allegedly assaulted his parent and strangled her husband.
Janes was transported to Atmore Community Hospital and then incarcerated in Atmore City Jail. He is now in Escambia County, Fla. Jail without bail pending trial.
In the August incident in Florida, the Escambia County Sheriff’s Office responded to the community of Enon southwest of Walnut Hill where the victim told MPs her husband had assaulted her, bit his ear and shot him. Janes was arrested at the scene, with MPs noting in their report that he appeared to be intoxicated and had blood on his pants.
The victim told MPs Janes drank heavily for days and got angry because she wanted to go to church without him. He then “beat” her and bit her ear, causing her permanent injury, according to an arrest report. She declined to elaborate further on the details of “beating her”.
She ran to a neighbor’s house and heard at least two gunshots as he said he was going to kill her, the report continues.
According to ECSO, Janes said he had been drinking, falling asleep and not remembering anything else.