An Ocala man was jailed last week after a security guard at the Berkeley Pointe Apartment complex claimed he pushed a woman in the back and caused her to fall into a vehicle in the parking lot.
The security guard said 24-year-old Ronald Allan Boley was told to gather his belongings from his apartment, located at NE 7th Street, and leave. Boley and the woman got into an argument over how he was going to retrieve his belongings and he allegedly started making sexual comments toward her and pushed her with both hands, a police report says, adding that the woman caught herself as she fell against a vehicle the woman with both hands in her back and she caught herself as she fell against a vehicle.
The woman claimed she wasn’t pushed and nothing physical happened between her and Boley. She said she lost her balance and fell onto the vehicle to catch herself, the report says.
Officers then approached Boley and told him to put his hands behind his back. He complied but then started to struggle as the officer pulled out his handcuffs and the security guard assisted him with restraining Boley. He then tried to turn around several times and officers were forced to place him against a vehicle so his handcuffs could be double-locked, the report says.
Boley refused to walk to a nearby patrol vehicle and had to be assisted by two officers. He was transported to the Marion County Jail and charged with domestic battery and resisting arrest with violence. He was released on Wednesday, Feb. 12 on $1,500 bond and is due in court March 20 at 10 a.m. to answer to the charges, jail records show.