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Belleview man accused of urinating in lady friend’s bed during nasty spat

Daymon Edward Jolin

A Belleview man is accused of urinating in bed during a rampage that started when a lady friend asked him to move over.

Daymon Edward Jolin, 40, was charged with simple domestic battery after the incident, which happened around 5 p.m. Thursday. The victim told a Belleview Police officer that she and Jolin had been arguing and that he had been drinking, according to the police report.

The victim said she was laying in bed with Jolin when she asked him to move over. She said when Jolin didn’t move, she told him it was her bed and he doesn’t own it. The victim said at that point, Jolin urinated in the bed while she was still in it, the report said.

The victim said she asked Jolin to leave and he became very aggressive, punching the bedroom TV and cracking the screen. She said Jolin then shoved her in the chest, leaving a visible mark that was observed and photographed by the officer, according to the report.

Jolin told the deputy that he and the victim argued and that he did shove her in the chest with his hands. When asked if he urinated on the victim, Jolin said he didn’t recall doing that. There was blood visible in the victim’s bathroom sink and Jolin’s right hand was wrapped in a shirt, the report said.

Jolin was arrested and taken to the Marion County Jail, where he was released early Saturday on $500 bond. He’s scheduled to appear in Marion County Court on Feb. 13.

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