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All suspects are presumed innocent until proven guilty in court.
On 7/16/2016, Garland County Sheriff’s Deputies responded to a call in reference to a domestic disturbance.
Deputies arrived on the scene and made contact with the victim who stated to sheriff’s deputies that she went to her bedroom because she and her husband had been arguing all day. The victim stated that her husband identified as Christopher Tubberville, 42, of Hot Springs, immediately followed her and allegedly broke a glass object over the left side of her head.
The victim additionally stated that Mr. Tubberville then threw a phone at her and said “call the cops.” The victim dialed 911 and after speaking with the operator she stated that her husband then allegedly hit her over the head with a lamp causing it to break, the victim also stated that Mr. Tubberville then told her “there’s a reason for the cops to come out.”
The victim stated to sheriff’s deputies that she left her room and that as she was exiting the residence Mr. Tubberville allegedly grabbed her and bit her on the nose, breaking the skin and causing it to bleed.
Mr. Tubberville was arrested and transported to the Garland County Detention Center.
He is charged with Domestic Battery in the 2nd Degree.
He has no bond.