An Ocala teenager was arrested after allegedly bloodying her girlfriend during a physical altercation.
On September 22, units with the Marion County Sheriff’s Office responded to a call from a victim regarding an alleged aggravated battery at a residence in Silver Springs Shores.
The victim, who met with police at a local Starbucks where she was receiving medical treatment, told police that she and 18-year-old Lillianna St. Pierre were in a verbal argument that turned physical. The victim claims she was hit during an argument with St. Pierre, who she identified as her live-in girlfriend.
According to the MCSO report, the victim’s shirt was soaked in blood and there was dried blood on her neck and hands. The report also noted a bite mark on the victim’s shoulder, a deep laceration across her ear which split it in two pieces, and red abrasions on the her shoulder and back.
Deputies were originally unable to locate St. Pierre, but were able to locate and arrest her later on, in the earning morning hours of Thursday, September 23.
St. Pierre was transported to the Marion County Jail and charged with aggravated battery with bodily harm. She bonded out of jail on Tuesday, September 28. St. Pierre is next due in court on October 26, according to jail records.