Last week, authorities arrested Neal A. Martinborough, a 47-year-old man, in Boalsburg, Pennsylvania, on charges of strangling a woman, simple assault, and making terroristic threats. The police responded to a domestic dispute call at an apartment on the 200 block of Jacks Mill Drive around midnight on Tuesday, October 3.
According to the police report, a female accuser sought refuge in the bathroom to separate herself from Martinborough, who was still yelling at her. She informed the police that he had choked her and left visible red marks on her throat, and she displayed redness on her right wrist due to his grip, resulting in minor injuries.
The accuser also reported that Martinborough had repeatedly threatened her throughout the day, using phrases like “I’ll end your life” and “I’ll make you suffer.” The affidavit indicated that he had mentioned the possibility of his gang coming to harm her.
A witness at the apartment confirmed seeing Martinborough grabbing the woman by the neck. Martinborough is currently in custody at Centre County jail, unable to post the $45,000 bail set, as per court records. He faces a felony charge for strangulation, as well as misdemeanor charges for simple assault and making terroristic threats with the intent to terrorize another individual.
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