WINCHESTER — A Frederick County man is accused of stalking, assaulting and robbing his ex-girlfriend after she tried to go away him.
The incident started on Oct. 30 at a county fuel station, in response to the felony grievance of Deputy Blake A. Armstrong of the county Sheriff’s Workplace. The lady mentioned she’d lived with Austin Tailor Jeller for a yr. She met him on the fuel station to inform him she was breaking apart with him. She mentioned he adopted her to her mother and father’ home and to a comfort retailer, regardless of her telling him to cease following her. She mentioned Jeller then adopted her to the Occasion Metropolis retailer in Stephenson the place she mentioned he assaulted her and took her telephone and pockets and fled in a truck.
Armstrong wrote that he stopped the truck on Martinsburg Pike (U.S. 11) and located the girl’s telephone and pockets within the truck. The telephone’s display screen had been shattered. The lady mentioned Jeller did it.
Armstrong mentioned a liquor bottle was within the truck, Jeller smelled of alcohol, and he failed a area sobriety check. Jeller refused a transportable breath check and Breathalyzer check, in response to Armstrong. Jeller, 28, of the 2600 block of Senseny Street, was charged with theft, assault and battery of a member of the family, stalking, driving underneath the affect, refusal to take a breath check and petty larceny.
Jeller was being held with out bond on the Northwestern Regional Grownup Detention Heart on Tuesday. He’s due in Frederick/Winchester Juvenile and Home Relations Court docket at 8:30 a.m. on Dec. 6.