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A male And A Female Start An Argument At The Hospital, Police Notice Bruises All Over The female's A

Posted by Travis Uresk | May 14th, 2023 | Domestic Violence |

By Travis Uresk


Roosevelt, Ut.- On 5/6/23, the RPD received a report of a disorderly at the Uintah Basin Medical Center of a male and female arguing in the ICU part of the hospital.

When the police arrived, they found the male had left, and they spoke with the female about the incident. She stated she had been arguing with her husband, and they have been separated. The female called him today and asked for a ride to the hospital, and he refused to help her.

The husband, identified as 20-year-old William Brayden G. Whitehead, showed up at the hospital, and the staff told his wife to keep him out, and he was stopped, and she told him to leave.

William Brayden G. Whitehead

While Officer Harrison was speaking with the female, he and other Officers observed bruising on her arms and shoulder. One of the bruises on her right arm had five distinct finger marks. On her left arm was a large bruise, and the bruise on her left shoulder was from William trying to pull her out of the vehicle and take her phone away.

A noninvolved party witnessed William fighting with the victim and saw William standing over her at the driver's side door of the vehicle. The victim was sitting in the driver's seat, and the witness said she observed William take the victim's phone from her so she couldn't call the police.

The witness also stated that William was acting erratically, hitting the car and saying he would kill himself, causing a disturbance.

Based on the marks and the statements from the witness, William was arrested for domestic violence assault and taken to the Duchesne County Jail.

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A Roosevelt man strangles a female until she can't breathe

Roosevelt, Ut.- On 4/11/23, at around 12:30 pm, RPD was dispatched to a domestic violence incident. Upon arrival, Officer Knight spoke with 20-year-old William Brayden G. Whitehead.


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