A Talladega man is being held on bonds totaling $11,000 after being arrested Wednesday on felony home violence fees.
Benny Carl Embry Jr., 41, was nonetheless behind bars Friday night.
In response to Talladega Police Detective Lisa Garrett, officers responded to a residence on Alicia Drive, and will hear an altercation occurring inside the home from outdoors.
A feminine ultimately got here out of the home and mentioned that her assailant had left, however officers discovered him nonetheless inside.
Embry was first arrested for third-degree home violence assault, which is a misdemeanor. Nevertheless, Garrett, Embry has a earlier home violence conviction in Shelby County, which makes this arrest a felony.
In response to courtroom information, Embry pleaded responsible to home violence by strangulation or suffocation in Shelby County stemming from an incident in 2014; he pleaded responsible in 2016 and was launched from jail in 2019. The sufferer in that case was a unique girl than the one concerned within the incident Wednesday.
Within the present case, Garrett mentioned, since he has a earlier felony home violence conviction, another home fees in opposition to him can even be felonies.
The bond was set by Justice of the Peace Zabrina Willis. If convicted, he faces one yr and in the future to 10 years in jail.